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|Last 10 Games|
Phillies sign 2B Newhan
|(5/3/09) Philadelphia signed second baseman David Newhan to a minor league contract on Saturday. |
Newhan released by Astros
|(3/30/09) The Astros released UTL David Newhan on Sunday.|
Newhan a long shot for reserve spot
|(3/3/09) From the The Sports Xchange: David Newhan faces long odds in his battle for a utility infield spot. Newhan, who started at second Feb. 26, likely would need Geoff Blum, Kaz Matsui or Aaron Boone to be hurt this spring to open the season with the Astros. "There's a whole bunch of other guys that I have to take a look at before I get to that point," Cecil Cooper said when asked if Newhan would play short this spring. "He did tell me that he could play it. We'll cross that bridge when we get to it."|
Newhan agrees to minor-league deal
|(1/29/09) Infielder David Newhan and the Astros agreed to a minor-league contract Thursday. The 35-year-old hit .260 with two homers and 12 RBI in 64 games for Houston last season. |
Astros outright free agent Newhan
|(11/25/08) The Astros sent 2B David Newhan outright to Triple-A Round Rock. He refused the assignment and is a free agent.|
Zambrano treats Milwaukee, Cubs to first no-hitter of career
Carlos Zambrano pitched the first no-hitter for the Chicago Cubs in 36 years, returning from a recent bout of rotator cuff soreness to shut down the Houston Astros 5-0 Sunday night in a game relocated because of Hurricane Ike.
Wolf zips slumping Cubs; Astros extend winning streak to eight
Randy Wolf pitched a six-hitter for his eighth career shutout and Ty Wigginton hit a home run Thursday night as the Houston Astros won their eighth straight with a 4-0 victory against the slumping Chicago Cubs, who've lost a season-high five in a row.
Blum chops Wood in 11th for streaking Astros; Cubs' Zambrano hurt
No one knew Carlos Zambrano was hurting. The Chicago Cubs starting pitcher left after five innings on a hot and muggy Tuesday night, more than two hours before Geoff Blum won it for the Houston Astros with a two-run homer in the 11th inning.
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