Firing Bo Porter Was the Right Move For the Houston Astros

Firing Bo Porter was right move for Houston Astros

Voicing your opinion in the workplace is generally viewed as an okay thing to do. Making your opinion known so that your boss knows where you stand on issues is fine within reason. Being very combative almost to the point […]

Houston Astros Have Two Different Paths That Both Could Lead to Prosperity Entering September

Houston Astros Have Two Paths

September is just over a week away, and it brings many questions with it for every team in MLB. For the Houston Astros, September will be the month that will define where the team is at in their rebuilding process. […]

Houston Astros’ Bo Porter Deserves One More Season as Manager

Bo Porter Deserves One More Year as Manager

The Houston Astros will have a decision to make after the season ends next month. Depending on how September goes, the Astros will finish in the bottom five of the league and will receive another good pick in next year’s […]

Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve In Line For His First Batting Title

Jose Altuve in Line for Batting Title

In a season that has had very few moments to cheer about, the Houston Astros have one player who deserves praise regardless of how poorly the team has played as a collective unit. All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve is having […]

Houston Astros OF Jake Marisnick Has Been Pleasant Surprise

Jake Marisnick Playing Well for Houston Astros

Just before the trade deadline passed, the Houston Astros made a surprising move by sending young starting pitcher Jarred Cosart and super-utility player Kike Hernandez to the Miami Marlins for third base prospect Colin Moran and outfield prospect Jake Marisnick. […]

Speeding Up Pace of Play is Not MLB’s Answer to Make Watching Games More Interesting

Major League Baseball Fan Sleeping

The slow pace of play is a problem in MLB, and it makes the game boring. At least that’s what most of the media will have you believe. I think that is a cop-out and a general response given by […]

Houston Astros Should Let George Springer Sit Until He Is Fully Healthy

George Springer Should Sit Until Fully Healthy

With the September call-ups less than three weeks away, the Houston Astros have a decision to make in the near future with their prize possession of the major league club. Outfielder George Springer has been out of the Astros’ lineup […]

Chris Carter Is On Fire, Carrying Houston Astros’ Offense

Chris Carter

The  Houston Astros have needed offense in the worst way and luckily for them, designated hitter Chris Carter is in the midst of being in the hottest zone of his career. His average is on the rise and his power numbers continue […]

Houston Astros DH Chris Carter Making Case To Be Long-Term Option

Chris Carter

Leading up the All-Star break and trade deadline, I called for the Houston Astros to move designated hitter Chris Carter. He wasn’t helping a last place team with his numbers at the plate, but with his power, I figured he […]

5 Things Houston Astros Fans Need To Know About Carlos Correa

Carlos Correa

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Time to Change Starting Rotation as Houston Astros Brad Peacock’s Struggles Continue

Brad Peacock

Coming off a 15 inning loss, the Houston Astros needed a quality start from pitcher Brad Peacock in their second game of the series against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night. Unfortunately, they got more of the same from the […]

Josh Hader’s Promotion To Double-A Is A Win-Win For Houston Astros

Houston Astros Promote Josh Hader

The Houston Astros continue to reward success in their minor league systems in the form of promotions. Coming over in a trade that sent pitcher Bud Norris to the Baltimore Orioles in 2012, left-handed pitcher Josh Hader has been promoted […]