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Old 02-18-2015, 02:20 PM   #1
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Houston Astros programs from 1960s were... interesting

A Twitter user posted some Houston Astros programs from the 1960s, and the artwork was very unique.

In one of the souvenir programs posted by @uniformcritic, a cartoon on the front of a program showed a Cubs bear being helped out of a cellar by an Astros player.

Another program featured a cartoon of Mets players looking extremely confused by the Astrodome.

Cost of the programs at the time? Just 25 cents.



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