Houston Astros Rumors: Could Ryan Madson Be In Play For 2014?
Don’t look now, but the Houston Astros might have a few more dollars to spend going into the 2014 season. If owner Jim Crane is to be believed according to Brian Taggart of MLB.com, a few here really means something […]
Houston Astros 2014 Spring Training Profile: Brett Oberholtzer
While many might not consider Scott Feldman the ace of a staff, signing him was a great move for the Houston Astros. At the same time however, that doesn’t mean he wants to be, should be or will be the […]
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Dexter Fowler Ready To Become Part Of Houston Astros’ Future
Dexter Fowler wasn’t exactly the acquisition that Houston Astros fans were anticipating this offseason. He doesn’t fit the bill of being a first baseman or a power threat, and he certainly isn’t a relief pitcher, but Fowler may be just […]
Houston Astros 2014 Spring Training Profile: Michael Foltynewicz
At the major league level, the Houston Astros are going through some hard times. Houston has finished with the worst record in the league in each of the last three seasons. During that time, the franchise has also changed leagues […]
Houston Astros 2014 Spring Training Profile: Carlos Correa
The Houston Astros have a superstar in the making on their hands. Shortstop Carlos Correa is getting a lot of hype because of his first full season in Houston’s farm system. It is remarkable how quick Correa is beginning to […]
Roy Oswalt Retiring as the Greatest Pitcher to Wear a Houston Astros Uniform
The Houston Astros will welcome another one of the greatest players in their organization’s history into retirement: Roy Oswalt has decided to hang up his cleats. Oswalt’s retirement will conjure up a lifetime worth of incredible memories for most Astros […]
Houston Astros Missed Out on Lance Berkman
When it comes to some of the greatest Houston Astros of the past couple decades, guys like Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell are obviously the front runners as they played their entire careers for the Astros. But not far behind them […]