HOUSTON - Reports are still sketchy but according to a reliable, inside, unnamed source Major League Baseball's worst team is probably going to be leaving The Bayou City.
Sports Balls Illustrated Daily's Rufus Reno said that his source has told him that the Astros management is extremely embarrassed at the horrendous year that the Houston team is having.
The Astros are currently 34-64 and are sitting at the very bottom of the combined 30 American and National League teams.
The Stros, as they are also called, have lost their last 8 games and many season ticket holders are staying away from the games and preferring to out mall shopping, skating, or barhopping instead of watching the team lose, lose, and lose.
Long time team supporter, Beulah Scuttlemaker stated that she just turned 87, and she knows that she can hit a curve ball better than 90 percent of the Astros players.
She did note that she may not be able to steal second but she knows that she can score from third base on a deep fly ball to right field.
Reno stated that three cities that are being considered as towns were the Astros could be moving to include Albuquerque, Shreveport, and Mexicali, Mexico.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Rufus Reno has just published his first sports book. It is titled, A Pair of Sox - The Stories of The Boston Red Sox and The Chicago White Sox.]