World Series Champion Astros work drive-through, counter at local Whataburger

Visit was part of team's caravan, trophy tour across Texas

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SAN ANTONIO – The Houston Astros World Series trophy tour made its scheduled stop in San Antonio on Thursday, and along with it some of the championship players worked at a local Whataburger.

The fast-food restaurant chain and major league franchise both sent out tweets showing pitcher Brad Peacock working a drive-through window in Windcrest as part of the team's caravan.

Astros' third baseman J.D. Davis and relief pitcher James Hoyt also were shown working the cash register to surprised guests.

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The World Series trophy was first displayed to adoring fans at the Academy Sports + Outdoors in the 7500 block of N.W. Loop 410.

The trophy tour stop in the Alamo City was part of a planned 100-stop tour that will take the Commissioner’s Trophy all across Texas.

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