Opening Day was a week ago, but Houston hasn’t had its chance to put fans in the stands at Minute Maid Park for an Astros game.
That changes Thursday night when the 5-1 Astros play their home opener against the Athletics.
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On Thursday morning, Astros star Alex Bregman and Houston rapper and sports mega-fan Paul Wall released a two-minute video on social media to get fans hyped up for the big night.
“Houston. H-Town. Where the H stands for hustle. Clutch City. A city known for resilience,” Wall says at the beginning of the video. “Any time we get knocked down, we come back even stronger. Houston is a city where anyone can Be Someone. It takes hard work, dedication and sacrifice. But we’re a city that’s not afraid to put in work. We’re home to the slab car culture, the best barbecue and Tex-Mex, the dopest artists and the best sports fans in the world. We have been anxiously waiting for in-person live sports since the pandemic first hit. We have been yearning for this moment. The boys are back. Let’s get it.”
H-Town where the H stands For Hustle! It’s good to be home! Let’s get it! @paulwallbaby pic.twitter.com/6kuMTwcMnu
— Alex Bregman (@ABREG_1) April 8, 2021
While the first minute of the video includes the adversity Houston has experienced in the past few years,…