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Houston Chronicle Jan 21, 2016

Astros’ Rasmus sees himself clearly with, without goggles

Colby Rasmus digs being Colby Jack and saw the photos of kids dressed up like him for Halloween. The highest-paid Astro also loves his quiet Alabama farm life — family, church, cows, a prized new bull — almost as much as baseball. Read Thursday’s column about Rasmus in the Houston Chronicle here: Astros’ Rasmus a free spirit
Houston Chronicle Jan 19, 2016

Colby Rasmus wants to finish career with Astros

Now that Rasmus is back with the Astros for one more year (at $15,8 million), he has opened up — and he doesn’t want to go anywhere else.
Houston Chronicle Jan 19, 2016

Brad Peacock is ‘feeling great’ after back surgery

Brad Peacock’s recovery from back surgery has left him “feeling great,” the righty said Tuesday in San Antonio, where he and Colby Rasmus met with Wounded Warriors at Brooke Army Medical Center as part of the Astros’ winter caravan. “I’m finally feeling good,” said Peacock, who made just one big league start least season because

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