1. Astros Plan to Remove Tal's Hill for 2016

    The Astros have received preliminary approval from the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority their plans for a $15-million renovation to Minute Maid Park that would include the removal ...

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  2. Houston Astros Can Cement Limitless Future with 2015 MLB Draft Haul

    If you think the Houston Astros are living a charmed life now, just wait until they're finished with the 2015 MLB draft. It's their ticket to ensure that their bright present will have a bright future...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 35,359 reads 33 comments

  3. McCullers, Carter Lead Astros over Orioles 3-1

    HOUSTON (AP) Rookie Lance McCullers allowed one run in a complete game, Chris Carter provided the offense with a pair of homers and the Houston Astros picked up another win, 3-1, over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night...

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  4. McCullers Spins a Gem as Astros Take Third Straight from O's

    Pitcher velocities can be spread like rumor. “He throws 95,” you might hear. But if you don't look at the numbers, you're not sure if that means he averages 95 mph or he reaches 95 mph occasionally and really throws 92 most often...

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  5. McCullers, Carter Lead Astros over Orioles 3-1

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  6. Steve Francis Throws out Truly Terrible First Pitch

    Growing up Steve Francis was, for whatever reason, my favorite basketball player. So I was very excited to see the man throw out a first pitch at last night's Orioles - Astros game...

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  7. Gattis' Tear Continues as Astros Prevail in Gritty Win over Orioles

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  8. Astros Rally for Another Win, 6-4 over Baltimore

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  9. Gattis Leaves Orbit

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  10. Valbuena Goes Back-to-Back

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  11. Astros Infielder Marwin Gonzalez Dazzles on Defense in Monday's Win (w/ Video)

    Marwin Gonzalez had no idea how he threw out Manny Machado for the final out of the top of the fifth inning in Monday's 5-2 Astros win over the Orioles , and neither did anyone else at Minute Maid Park...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 5 reads 0 comments

  12. Astros Say Fan Carrying Gun at Monday's Game Was Plain Clothes Police Officer

    During the Astros ' victory over the Orioles on Monday at Minute Maid Park, a fan chasing a foul ball during the sixth inning had what appears to be a gun in his pants, as caught by the Root Sports broadcast of the game...

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  13. Fan Reaches for Foul Ball, Reveals Concealed Firearm

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  14. FanGraphs: Is Astros Bullpen for Real?

    The Houston Astros are 31-20 and on top of the AL West by four games. They've been winning in a signature way.....

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  15. Castro Hit on Knee During Monday's Game

    Astros catcher Jason Castro was hit by a pitch on his right knee during Monday's game against the Orioles , reports MLB .com.....

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  16. Astros Cash in with Win over Orioles in Series Opener

    Astros manager A.J. Hinch said the Astros would be aggressive and that wasn't lip service. On some days, the let-them-play and go-for-it freedom makes the team look reckless...

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  17. Castro Exits vs. O's with Knee Contusion

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  18. Video: Astros' Gonzalez Makes Spinning Throw for out

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  19. Correa out of Monday's Lineup with Heel Soreness

    Craig Calcaterra wrote this morning that Astros fans were speculating about a call-up for top prospect shortstop Carlos Correa after he made an early exit from yesterday's game with Triple-A Oklahoma City...

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  20. Astros Activate LHP Oberholtzer from 15-Day DL

    .@astros activate LHP Brett Oberholtzer from 15-day DL; option RHP Michael Feliz to Double-A Corpus Christi...

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  21. White Sox Shut out Astros 6-0

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  22. White Sox, Danks stymie Astros in series finale

    Prone, defeated and perhaps a bit embarrassed, Astros shortstop Jonathan Villar sheepishly dropped his head as White Sox lefthander John Danks gently applied the tag on his back to end the seventh inning Sunday afternoon...

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  23. Keuchel Fans Career-High 11 in 4-Hit Shutout

    Dallas Keuchel struck out a career-high 11 batters in a four-hit shutout to lead the Astros to a 3-0 win over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Minute Maid Park, giving Houston a franchise-best 31 wins through 50 games...

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  24. PHOTOS: Minute Maid Park Flooded During Storm Despite Roof Being Closed

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  25. Injuries Have Astros Evaluating Rotation Depth

    HOUSTON -- The Astros figure to be in the market for starting pitching as the summer progresses and they await veteran right-hander Scott Feldman to return from knee surgery...

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