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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Osceola County Stadium
Osceola County Stadium is a baseball park located in Kissimmee, Florida. It is the home stadium of the Gulf Coast League Astros rookie league minor league baseball team of the Gulf Coast League. It is also the spring training home of the Houston Astros and their minor league affiliates. The stadium holds 5,300 people, the smallest seating capacity of any Grapefruit League stadium. It has previously served as the home field for the Class A Florida State League's Kissimmee Cobras (1985–2000) and Osceola Astros (1985–1994). - Source: Wikipedia
Scott Feldman and a few of the Houston Astros beat the rain.
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane said he will meet with Palm Beach County officials Thursday to discuss potential sites for a new spring training facility.
Houston Astros manager Bo Porter refuses to call it rebuilding, but whatever it is, they're at the ground floor on it.
Caution over rules for the World Baseball Classic limited Gio Gonzalez to 42 pitches Thursday afternoon in his final Washington Nationals start before joining Team USA.
Sun baked Osceola County Stadium on Saturday, from Cub Scouts in orange bandannas to middle-aged men clutching binders of baseball cards and jostling for autographs along the first-base line to fans in Houston Astros jerseys belting out "Deep in the Heart of Texas."