Houston Astros’ Continue Offseason Positively by Cutting Dead Weight
Kelley L Cox - USA TODAY Sports

It’s going to be an exciting offseason for the Houston Astros. With a healthy financial commitment and a bunch of prospects in the waiting, there will be plenty of movement throughout the system. One of the main things to look forward […]

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David Manning - USA TODAY Sports

Few can forget Jarred Cosart‘s MLB debut for the Houston Astros. On July 12, Cosart took a no-hitter into the eighth inning against the playoff-bound Tampa Bay Rays. Although he was unable to secure his place in history, he did finish the game […]

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Jonathan Singleton Houston Astros Philadelphia Phillies Marijuana

Former Philadelphia Phillies first base prospect Jonathan Singleton, a key element of the Hunter Pence trade in 2011 and currently the top 1B prospect in all of baseball with the Houston Astros, recently admitted to an addiction to marijuana after two […]

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John E. Sokolowski - USA TODAY Sports

The Houston Astros have made it very clear that nothing is assured, position-wise, going into Spring Training. No player should feel comfortable just because he put up a good 2013. That being the case, it’s quite clear that the message […]

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Troy Taormina - USA TODAY Sports

It was a big worry when Jason Castro neared his arbitration with the Houston Astros this off season. That big worry was not at all put to rest when they extended a one-year deal to avoid arbitration. Rumors began circulating […]

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H. Darr Beiser - USA TODAY Sports

Whether it’s the starting rotation, the three outfield spots, behind the plate or at first base, the Houston Astros have a ton of question marks. First base may be the hottest contested position behind the starting rotation solely because the […]

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Ed Szczepanski - USA TODAY Sports

2012 showed everyone what Lucas Harrell was capable of. His 11-11 record with a 3.76 ERA was unprecedented on a Houston Astros team that posted career highs in losses and just about every other negative statistical category. 2013 made everyone […]

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Thomas Campbell - USA TODAY Sports

With so many possible candidates vying for the final rotation spot on the Houston Astros, it may be in their immediate benefit to turn the traditional five-man rotation into a six-man, if only until they figure out who their definite […]

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Craig Bjornson

The Houston Astros are one of the worst teams in MLB and there’s no way around it. They have the lowest payroll in baseball and it’s evident by their lackluster performance on the field as well as the team’s overall […]

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