Houston's clubhouse smoke machine made David Ortiz want to come out of retirement
Back in 2015, George Springer announced the official opening of Club Astros -- his name for the rollicking dance party that broke out in Houston's clubhouse after every win.
In the two seasons since, the club has taken on a life of its own, pumping music from Latin to rap to country and featuring everything from a fog machine to a strobe light. But all of that paled in comparison to Saturday night, when Club Astros had its best reason to celebrate yet: a 4-0 win in Game 7 of the ALCS that punched Houston's ticket to its first World Series since 2005.
The clubhouse was, as the kids say, lit -- so lit, in fact, that it nearly brought David Ortiz out of retirement:
Anyone have a need at DH?