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July 06, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
The Expos knew they were getting a good ballplayer when they traded for Rusty Staub, but not in their happiest dreams could they have imagined what a valuable ambassador of goodwill they had in the redhead
August 14, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
Rusty Staub, signed at 18 as Houston's hope of the future, got off to an uncertain start, but now, at 23, he's a contender for the batting title
April 18, 1966
Sonny Jackson had lost another game of "base hit" during the Houston Astros' batting practice and now he was stretched facedown on the ground as Joe Morgan started to count for the 20 push-ups. "Get your nose right...
April 13, 1964
The Houston Colt .45s still resemble boy scouts, but this year, as last, the middle-aged set will do most of the work.
March 30, 1964
•Rusty Staub, Houston infielder, on why he preferred the rustic camp at Cocoa, Fla. to the old base in Apache Junction, Ariz.: "No rattlesnakes."