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The Houston Astros have a closet full of postseason skeletons they'd like to set fire to.
In 56 long years, the Astros have changed divisions more often than they've made the World Series.
Looking more like a red bowling ball, one would not instantly recognize this as a telescope.The Astros are a win away from advancing to the ALCS, and they could clinch their spot on the anniversary of one of the team's greatest moments.It was on this day in 2005 that the Astros — then in the National League — and Braves played an 18-inning marathon in Game 4 of the NLDS, with utility player Chris Burke finally ending things with a walk-off homer to send the 'Stros to the next round. That ending was made possible by an improbable previous 17 innings.For Burke, the walk-off homer represented the pinnacle of his career.He played parts of six season in the majors, amassing a slash line of .315/.359/.674 with 23 career home runs, though he did hit another homer in the '05 NLCS against the Cardinals, when he batted .300 and collected six hits.