Hurricane Harvey couldn’t keep the Astros away from their home ballpark for long. The American League’s best team is returning to Minute Maid Park this weekend for a three-game series with the Mets. As Hurricane Harvey ravaged Houston and surrounding areas earlier in the week, the teams were expected to detour the series to Tropicana...
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