My ode to the #Astros and the city of Houston, champions together.— Robert Flores (@RoFlo) November 3, 2017
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*Jeff Passan: How the Astros went from great to legendary. Read every word of this.
*Tyler Kepner: When the Astros needed him, Charlie Morton was there. Charlie Morton is the only pitcher in MLB history to win two Game 7s in one season.
*Washington Post's Dave Sheinin: The Astros win is the moment analytics conquered MLB for good.
*Rob Lowe is very butthurt.
*ESPN's Marly Rivera called Astros over Dodgers in seven...back in March.
*Bob Nightengale on George Springer's talent and grace.
*The Astros won the World Series without a bullpen.
*Wait guys. Jon Heyman would kindly like to remind you to turn your music down, and also that there are apparently more people in the front office than Jeff Luhnow.
*CBS Sports: Evan Gattis completes journey from custodian to World Series champion.
*New bench coach Joe Espada has spent the last three years as Joe Girardi's 3B coach.
*Tributes from long-time writers on AC are starting to trickle in. Here's Cockroach's, and here's The Batguy's.
*AP: Houston's built to last.
*Wall Street Journal: The chemistry experiment behind the Astros winning the World Series.
*Brian T. Smith: Crane/Luhnow never wavered from their vision.
*NY Times: What the Astros win means for Houston.
*ESPN Stats' Sarah Langs: What to expect from the Astros in 2018.
*New York sports pages find the Astros and their system very problematic.
*USA Today: Looking ahead to the off-season