1. Are the Houston Astros Ready to Capture the AL West Earlier Than Expected?

    To say the Houston Astros have been bad since arriving in the American League West is an understatement of Texas-sized proportions. In 2012, the year the Astros ditched the senior circuit, they lost 111 games...

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  2. Jed Lowrie to Get MRI After Hurting Right Thumb

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  3. Rasmus Drives in 3, Astros Beat Padres 9-4

    SAN DIEGO -- Colby Rasmus homered and drove in three runs as the surprising Houston Astros beat the San Diego Padres 9-4 Monday night for their fourth straight victory...

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  4. Jose Altuve Was Always Good, but Here's How He Got Real Good

    Sure, he's the shortest regular of this century, but Jose Altuve has managed big things. Last year, he put up the second-best batting average of a second baseman in the free agency ...

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  5. Astros to Option Wojciechowski to Minors

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  6. Evan Gattis Comes Up Clutch in 9th as Astros Sweep Athletics

    Evan Gattis has his first signature game at the heart of the order and the Astros have their first sweep of the A's in franchise history...

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  7. Jose Altuve, George Springer Power Astros Past Athletics

    The A's don't look like the A's you used to know, dropping fly balls and losing in ways they shouldn't. These days, it's hard to recognize the first-place Astros , too...

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  8. Altuve Leads Astros to 9-3 Victory over Athletics

    Houston star Jose Altuve hit a three-run homer to extend his hitting streak against Oakland to 28 games, and the surging Astros beat the Athletics 9-3 on Saturday...

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  9. Lowrie's RBI Double

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  10. Altuve Menaces A's While Springer Breaks out

    If there's one thing about his hometown of Houston that A's pitcher Scott Kazmir should not like, it might be Jose Altuve...

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  11. Extra-Inning Runs Lead to Wild Astros Win in Oakland

    It wasn't until the misty rain arrived at O.co Coliseum and even fewer eyes were left that the Astros ' 5-4 win over the A's in 11 innings reached its crazy peak...

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  12. Astros' Rally Comes Up Short in 3-2 Loss to Mariners

    Houston had plenty of opportunities Wednesday night, but each time the tying run reached third base, the Astros were unable to get the job done...

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  13. Carter's First HR of '15 Not Enough for Astros

    SEATTLE — The Astros ' first ejection of the 2015 season had a poetic touch. It was the hitting coach, Dave Hudgens...

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  14. Carter's solo homer

    4/22/15: Chris Carter connects for his first homer of the season, then gets the silent treatment when he gets back to the dugout.....

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  15. McHugh Wins 10th Straight as Astros Beat M's 6-3

    SEATTLE -- Jose Altuve helped Collin McHugh win his 10th straight decision with a go-ahead three-run double in the eighth inning, and the Houston Astros rallied for a 6-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night...

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  16. Early Success Has Astros Feeling Bullish About Their 'Pen

    Lefty Tony Sipp was with the Astros last season when they struggled to protect leads, which had pretty much been the case the previous two years as well...

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  17. Astros Power Past Mariners in Series Opener

    SEATTLE — Jose Altuve's not the only productive hitting infielder on the Astros any more, just as the Astros planned...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 7 days ago 39 reads 0 comments

  18. Valbuena Hits Two HR in Astro's 7-5 Victory over Seattle

    SEATTLE -- Luis Valbuena hit a pair of solo home runs, including a go-ahead eighth-inning shot, to give the Houston Astros a 7-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners Monday night...

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  19. Houston Astros: What We've Learned from the Team's Start to the Season

    The Houston Astros weren't the favorites to win the AL West for this year's MLB season. However, with the acquisition of Evan Gattis and Colby Rasmus during the offseason, Grantland ...

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  20. Astros Take Finale to Win Series over Angels

    Astros catcher Jason Castro left half a dozen runners on the bases Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park, beginning with the bases loaded in the first...

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  21. Springer Powerful, Keuchel Masterful in 4-0 Shutout of Angels

    There was plenty to appreciate Saturday night at Minute Maid Park if you like the Astros . The starting pitching, as has become custom when ace lefthander Dallas Keuchel starts, was superb...

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  22. Astros Kick It Old School En Route to Evening Series with AL West Rival Angels

    With a shooting star across their chests, ace lefthander Dallas Keuchel and outfielders George Springer and Robbie Grossman delivered a performance worthy of the men the Astros honored Saturday night at Minute Maid Park...

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  23. Springer's Solo Homer Breaks Tie

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  24. Astros Fall Short After Giving Up 2 HRs to Angels' Trout

    Chad Qualls didn't hesitate in taking the blame after giving up the tiebreaking home run in the Houston Astros ' latest loss...

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  25. Trout Makes History in Lifting Angels Past Astros

    The Astros had barely recovered from Mike Trout's historic two-run blast when the reigning American League Most Valuable Player strolled back to the plate in the eighth inning Friday night at Minute Maid Park...

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