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With all of the recent Houston sports news, how about something positive. As reported by Click2Houston, here is some awesome news for Astros fans.  We now have an updated number for capacity during the month of April. Major League Baseball sources have made a statement that the Astros will be capping Minute Maid Park attendance at no more than 50 percent for the month of April.

This is awesome news a day before Astros' single-game tickets go on sale to the public.  This will be the first time since the pandemic the Astros will host fans at games One terrible thing about 2020 was not being able to attend a live Major League Baseball game.

Get more information about single-game tickets, season tickets, and other Astros information by clicking here. If you can't get tickets, TV would be your next option.

You would think that living so close to Houston it would be easy to catch the Astros' on TV in Victoria. That would be false,  AT&T SportsNet Southwest is not available on all providers. FUBO TV might be your best bet. They have access to many other sports networks as well.

The Houston Astros will have their home opener on Thursday, April 8th for a weekend 3-game series with the Oakland Athletics.  That will be followed by a 3-game series with the Detroit Tigers starting on Monday, April 12th. All three games of the Tiger's series will feature a Justin Verlander Cy-Young bobblehead.  While we will miss Verlander this year, who will be out recovering from Tommy John's surgery.  Recovery time for Tommy John surgery is usually 12 to 14 months, so Verlander is still expected to miss most, if not all, of this upcoming season with the Astros. However, I believe the Astros pitching rotation is still very strong. LETS GO ASTROS'!

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