1. Suddenly a Rare Commodity, Evan Gattis' Power Will Reach Its Peak in AL

    Evan Gattis’ star is rising at just the right time. This offseason has proven that as run production plummets , the stock of anyone who can consistently hit the ball with real authority is bound to rise...

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  2. Astros Agree to $4,175,000 Contract with Carter

    HOUSTON (AP) - The Astros have agreed with Chris Carter on a one-year contract for $4,175,000, avoiding arbitration with the designated hitter...

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  3. Lance McCullers, Rio Ruiz and Josh Hader Key Players Not Invited to MLB Camp

    With Carlos Correa (No. 1) and Mark Appel (No. 2) receiving non-roster invitations to spring training, the Astros will have seven of their top 10 prospects, per MLB .com's rankings, in major-league camp this year...

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  4. Astros Limiting Number of Players in Major League Camp This Year

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  5. Seven Astros File for Salary Arbitration Before Deadline

    As expected, Chris Carter, Jason Castro, Hank Conger, Carlos Corporan, Dexter Fowler, Tony Sipp and Marwin Gonzalez filed for salary arbitration by Tuesday's deadline...

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  6. Correa, Appel Headline Astros' Spring Invites

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  7. Which Hat Will Craig Biggio Wear in Cooperstown?

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  8. Could Scherzer Land in Houston?

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  9. How Biggio's 2B Gamble Paid off Big

    HOUSTON -- Craig Biggio was feeling pretty good about himself by the end of the 1991 season, and who could blame him? He was finishing off his third full season in the big leagues, ...

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  10. Astros' First Hall of Famer: Bravo, Biggio!

    HOUSTON -- The day was anything but routine, even though Craig Biggio tried. He rose earlier than normal at 4:30 a.m...

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  11. Former Astros Star Craig Biggio Elected to Hall of Fame

    Craig Biggio is finally among the baseball immortals, earning a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame on his third time on the ballot...

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  12. Randy Johnson's Stop with Astros Full of Energy but Short of Goal

    If Randy Johnson is elected Tuesday to the Baseball Hall of Fame, he will become the seventh player selected for enshrinement to have worn a Houston Astros uniform during his career...

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  13. Astros Make Progress on New Spring Site

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  14. Biggio Wants Hall Call for the Fans, Not Himself

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  15. Astros Seek to Build on Gains Made in 2014

    The Astros are ready to win. They took a huge step toward that goal last season when they improved by 19 games over 2013...

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  16. Jeff Bagwell Open to Return to Astros Organization

    Almost five years after abruptly leaving the Astros organization, Jeff Bagwell is open to reestablishing ties with the club now that AJ Hinch is the manager...

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  17. Astros Should Look to Add a Starting Pitcher

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  18. Astros Outright Downs, Petit to Triple-a Fresno

    The Astros announced Friday that left-hander Darin Downs has been outrighted to Triple-A Fresno and infielder Gregorio Petit has accepted his assignment to Fresno.....

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  19. Minute Maid's Dimensions Suit Jed Lowrie Well

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  20. Jeff Luhnow Says Marwin Gonzalez Could Be Starter at Third

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  21. Astros Targeted Jed Lowrie from the Start

    Persistency created separation in the courtship of Jed Lowrie, who was introduced in an Astros uniform Tuesday morning at Minute Maid Park...

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  22. Astros Sign Lowrie to 3-Year Deal

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  23. Watch: Astros Introduce Jed Lowrie at Presser

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  24. Astros Sign Veteran Johnson to Minors Deal

    Veteran first baseman Dan Johnson, who bounces around from Triple-A to the majors every season and occasionally comes up with a big hit on a big stage, has signed a minor-league deal with the Astros ...

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  25. Report: Astros and Draftee Nix Reach Settlement

    The Astros and unsigned draftee Jacob Nix have quietly and confidentially come to a monetary settlement over the team's decision not to follow through on an agreed-upon $1...

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