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Bayou City Headlines: Houston Astros Prospect Preston Tucker Headed To AAA

Houston Astros fans were able to catch a glimpse of Preston Tucker when he hit two home runs at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday night, when his AA Hooks played in Houston. Tucker is now one step closer to dawning an Astros jersey, as he was called up last night to the AAA RedHawks. Tucker led the Texans League in home runs and RBI’s before his call up. Expect to see the prospect in Houston some time later this season, or early in 2015. Check out the rest of the links for more in Houston sports.


Houston Astros

  • Howard Chen (CSN Houston) on the Astros signing A.J. Reed.

“Just honored to be a part of the Houston Astros organization, I’m real excited to get started,” Reed said at a press conference to announce the signing. “I wanted to get out there (and play) as soon as possible and help the Houston Astros any way I can.”


Houston Rockets

Pat Beverley and James Harden have both previously cited the determination that could come from that defeat, but it was clear from talking to McHale and hearing all the details of the Rockets first-round series that he has not yet let go that the Rockets should be driven by the disappointment.

  • Brett David Roberts (Space City Scoop) asks if the Rockets should add a third star.
  • Adam Wexler (CSN Houston) gives us his first round mock draft.
  • Rockets tweet of the day…


Houston Texans

The veteran defensive mind, who also was an eyewitness to Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor‘s legendary reign of terror in the 1980’s and early 90’s with the Giants, wouldn’t reveal his plans on how he’ll use Watt in 2014. But Crennel took his initial “he’s pretty good” description, and elaborated on what Watt allows him to create as a coordinator.

  • Brian McDonald (StateOfTheTexans) looks at the Texans FA options at OT.
  • Tania Ganguli (ESPN) on the Texans’ joint practices.
  • Texans tweet of the day…

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