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Houston
vs
Minnesota
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
04/30/2019
7:40pm EST

Lines:
Houston -1.5
Minnesota +1.5

Total:
Over 7.5 (-105)
Under 7.5 (-115)

Community Picks: Houston 54% vs Minnesota 46%

Houston and Minnesota Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Houston
The Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners might want to consider wearing throwback uniforms to 2005 on Saturday night. In was during that year that the Astros' Justin Verlander and the Mariners' Felix Hernandez made their major-league debuts a month apart. Between them, they've won 374 games, struck out more than 5,000 batters, been All-Stars 13 times, won two Cy Young Awards (one each) and made nearly $450 million. Continue to Article
April 13, 2019 12:22:pm EST
Houston
Jose Altuve and Yuli Gurriel hit grand slams as the Houston Astros defeated the host Seattle Mariners 10-6 Friday night. It was the fourth consecutive game in which Altuve has gone deep, and he has five home runs over that span. George Springer also homered for the Astros, who extended their winning streak to seven games. Continue to Article
April 13, 2019 1:51:am EST
Minnesota
Tiger Woods made a strong start to the Masters on Thursday, but his choice of attire seemed to excite some people just as much as his golf. Woods began his pursuit of a fifth green jacket wearing a navy blue mock turtleneck, matching the style of shirt he wore when he last won the Masters in 2005. The 43-year-old's initial play at Augusta was encouraging, as he struck the ball beautifully and played the first four holes in one under par, although he did suffer a setback with a bogey at the fifth. Continue to Article
April 11, 2019 12:38:pm EST
Houston
A lawsuit being filed against the Houston Astros, claims the team's mascot, Orbit, fired a t-shirt cannon into the crowd during a game last season, breaking a woman's finger. Continue to Article
April 10, 2019 12:44:am EST
Houston
A woman has sued the Houston Astros for more than $1 million, saying that a T-shirt cannon by the team's mascot at a game last season broke her finger. The Houston Chronicle reports that Jennifer Harughty alleges that the mascot, who is named Orbit, ''shattered'' her left index finger during a game last July when a T-shirt fired from a ''bazooka style'' cannon into the stands struck her finger. The Astros said in a statement Tuesday the team is ''aware of the lawsuit with allegations regarding Orbit's T-shirt launcher. Continue to Article
April 09, 2019 7:38:pm EST
 
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