It can arguably be said that the turning point in the Houston Astros' fortunes was when George Springer got called up from AAA.

Ironically, he was the 'Stros' first-round pick in 2011, six months before Jeff Luhnow was plucked from the St Louis Cardinals' front office and named general manager.

And now, dude's the MVP for a World Series champion that Sports Illustrated predicted in 2014, with Springer as their poster boy.

Click here for the Game 7 highlights and related features at The Daily Player, because that's what those dudes do.

Here at Fanorama, we know a winner when we see one, too. And since this is a Texan kinda time to celebrate, allow us to present our best-selling Cowboy Kuzy handmade, bourbon-brown beer holster:

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Yes, we know. This is beyond clever!

You're keeping your hands warm, your brew cool, and your persona in top form. It attaches to your belt for practical convenience.

It's yours for $29.99.

You don't have to be an Astros fan -- or a Cowboys, Texans, Raiders, Gauchos or Paladins fan -- to celebrate like one, so mosey on over to checkout, limber up your clickin' finger, and be glad you did!





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