Houston Astros: 2014 Bullpen Outlook Improving
Steve Mitchell - USA TODAY Sports

No one dare underestimate how terrible the Houston Astros bullpen was last year. They were dead last in nearly every statistic, including the all-important ERA, where they ranked in at a 5.00+ ERA. But that was the bullpen of last […]

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HOUSTON ASTROS

Scott Feldman

SP Scott Feldman signed with the lowly Houston Astros this past offseason and it went completely unnoticed. Feldman had moderate success prior to the deal, but it was somewhat surprising that no contender attempted to persuade the righty. It all worked […]

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Nick Turchiaro - USA TODAY Sports

It sounds kind of silly, but the Houston Astros should actually be concerned over their current burst in home runs. Even manager Bo Porter has expressed his leeriness over the Astros seemingly only being able to score via the long […]

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Matthew Emmons - USA TODAY Sports

When the Houston Astros went on the market for a veteran starting pitcher to anchor a staff of young guns, they were looking for an innings eater who could provide quality leadership. Well, Scott Feldman has done that and so […]

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H. Darr Beiser - USA TODAY Sports

Something about the first base position just leaves a sour taste in all of Houston Astros nation’s mouths. From Brett Wallace to Chris Carter to Jesus Guzman and now to Jon Singleton, something just always seems to go wrong. Singleton is […]

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Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Trading for Dexter Fowler was the Houston Astros‘ main move of the offseason and after Fowler’s impressive start to the season, the trade is looking like a great move. Fowler went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in […]

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Andrew Richardson - USA TODAY Sports

In all likelihood, most people haven’t heard the name Jarred Cosart. But if mentioned in a story pertaining to him almost no-hitting the Tampa Bay Rays in his debut, most people have indeed heard of him. Cosart had a fantastic […]

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Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

Don’t look now, but the Houston Astros sit in first in the power-happy American League with nine home runs. Now obviously this is due in large part to the five they knocked out in their last game, but still, as it […]

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Nolan Ryan

When athletes age, it’s usually never a pretty sight. Some athletes, however, stay in shape through the years and impress with middle-age athleticism. Nolan Ryan looked to be one of those athletes a few years ago when he threw out […]

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Thomas Campbell - USA TODAY Sports

On a team like the Houston Astros, where superstars are few and far between, you’d think it’d be hard to overlook the kind of numbers that Robbie Grossman has put up. Now, by no means is he a superstar, at […]

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