2014 is Biggest Year in Recent Memory for Houston Astros
Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

Many forget that prior to their three-consecutive 100-loss seasons, the Houston Astros were a dominant force in the MLB. They won the NL Central in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2001 as well as winning the Wild Card in 2004 and 2005 […]

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Kansas City Royals

The Kansas City Royals were able to get back on track with a much-needed victory against the Houston Astros on Tuesday night. A confidence bump for Kansas City could not have come at better time after the team was swept by […]

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Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

There were a lot of positives to draw out of the Houston Astros‘ seemingly abysmal 2013 season, but two things about the Astros were horribly, horribly bad: their bullpen and their strikeout numbers. Well, as of right now, neither of […]

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Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

It’s like a recurring nightmare. Every night you go to bed trying not to think about it in the hopes that it won’t happen, but that just makes you think about it more. This is exactly how it feels with […]

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Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

Some players take time getting acclimated to a new city and a new team. It can take a while to learn your role on a new club and adapt it into your game. Well, Dexter Fowler clearly doesn’t know what […]

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Jarred Cosart Houston Astros New York Yankees

It’s the second game of the season, the New York Yankees are in town, the Houston Astros were coming off a 6-2 win during which they knocked around a former Cy Young winner in C.C. Sabathia, and they had a […]

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Houston Astros

The Houston Astros defeated the Veracruz Rojos de Aguila (Red Eagles) 2-0 Saturday at Minute Maid Park. But no one really cared about the game score. The only number that mattered was the “A” for “attendance” at the very bottom of […]

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Jesse Johnson - USA TODAY Sports

It’s been said many times, perhaps too many times, but the concept of competition being key for the Houston Astros is continually proving to be effective, and they’ve played right into that strategy with their latest addition. Alex Presley isn’t […]

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Jim Cowsert - USA TODAY Sports

When it was announced that Lucas Harrell would start in the Houston Astros‘ Spring Training opener, I made mention that he had a huge hill to climb to work his way back into starting rotation contention. Well, for all intents […]

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