The Houston Astros are basking in the afterglow, and deservedly so.

Dudes had paid their dues.

As the Colt 45s, they sprung to life after the 1961 season because the National League needed a necessary second expansion club to accompany the New York Metropolitans.

In essence, the NL was looking to parry a thrust, and Houston got the nod.

That move was all about the Mets.

But it got the 'Stros in the door, and half a century later, they're the World Series champions.

The Daily Player took look at their timeline, especially the past year. It's kinda cool. Click over there to have a look.

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