Houston Astros Anaheim Tickets
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Details of Houston Astros Anaheim Tickets and the Ticket Luck value
A lot is expected from a franchise with 50 odd years under its belt. Take the Houston Astros, established in 1962, the Astros have 1 NL Pendant, 3 NL West Division titles and 4 NL Central Division titles. Some may find this impressive, while others (fans) may feel disappointed, considering the talent that went through the Astros locker rooms over the years. A few worthy mentions here would be second baseman Joe Morgan, starting pitcher Robin Roberts, The Big Unit a.k.a Randy Johnson and catcher/outfielder Craig Biggio. It's these giants who've made the Astros a worthy contender in Major League Baseball. Now all eyes are on the new generation of Astros players. The question is, will they do any better.
The Signs are there
Experts are always on the lookout for signs to see how the team will fare. They keep a tab on who is being traded and signed, the body language of the players and whether they are having fun on the field. By these accounts, it seems the Astros will be finally coming out of their shell in 2015.
A couple of signs that may end this eclipse are Collin McHugh – 4th rookie for 2015, McHugh boasts the lowest ERA (2.75) in 25 starts (2014). Mchugh is smart, talented and looks in control on the mound. He doesn't get flustered when pushed against the wall. Another player to look out for is Evan Gattis. Now here is a player the Astros fans can get behind in 2015. With 22 home runs in 2014, Gattis has played 108 games with 52 RBI's. Plus, he doesn't use batting gloves, used to work as a janitor (now plays in the major league) and know what the Venezuelans used to call him? 'El Oso Blanco' which means 'The White Bear'.
2015 is expected to be the year when it all comes together for the Houston Astros. If you are a fan and have been waiting for this moment then get Houston Astros Anaheim tickets immediately.