1. Future All-Star Carlos Correa Makes a Family's Day

    Carlos Correa, whose nickname is "The Captain," is one of the best prospects in all of baseball. The Puerto Rican shortstop was drafted No. 1 overall by the Houston Astros in 2012...

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  2. Mariners Turn Tables on Collin McHugh, Astros to Even Three-Game Series

    The Mariners returned the favor to the Astros on Saturday at Minute Maid Park, socking starter Collin McHugh and allowing the Astros little in an 8-1 loss that evened the three-game series heading into Sunday's rubber match...

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  3. Jose Altuve Injury: Updates on Astros Star's Hamstring and Return

    Houston Astros star second baseman Jose Altuve will bat third against the Colorado Rockies after missing three games with a hamstring issue suffered on June 12. "He's been bouncing off the walls and stacking cups in the dugout," manager A...

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  4. Altuve Reports Improvement in Right Hamstring

    A day after straining his right hamstring while legging out a grounder, Astros second baseman Jose Altuve was not in the lineup, as expected, but was encouraged with how the injury felt Saturday morning...

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  5. Jose Altuve Day to Day with Right Hamstring Strain

    The Astros delivered an early knockout punch to Felix Hernandez, scoring eight runs in the first inning as they sent 12 men to the plate. There was only one downside to the explosive inning...

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  6. Astros Chase King Felix in 1st Inning En Route to Rout of Mariners

    Here's your slump buster and eye opener rolled into one, the day we might look back on as the point when the 2015 Astros truly took hold in the city's consciousness...

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  7. Altuve Day-to-Day with Right Hamstring Strain

    # Astros manager A.J. Hinch announced Altuve is day-to-day with a right hamstring strain and will not play tomorrow...

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  8. Watch: Correa Launches Solo HR at Minute Maid

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  9. Altuve Leaves Game with Hamstring Discomfort

    Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve left Friday's game against the Seattle Mariners in the first inning with right hamstring discomfort...

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  10. Altuve Leaves Game with Hamstring Discomfort

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  11. Luhnow Not Second Guessing Bryant over Appel

    Mark Appel's allowed two runs with eight strikeouts and three walks in 10 innings combined over his last two outings, an uptick in performance after sputtering at the start of the year...

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  12. Velasquez's Debut, Springer's 5-Hit Night All for Naught

    Consistently firing his impressive fastball between 95- and 97-mph, Vince Velasquez fought through a few jams while throwing five scoreless innings in his major league debut for the Astros on Wednesday night...

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  13. Velasquez Shines but Bats Remain Cold in Seventh Straight Loss

    Consistently firing his impressive fastball between 95 and 97 mph, Vince Velasquez fought through a few jams while throwing five scoreless innings in his major league debut for the Astros on Wednesday night...

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  14. Astros Draft Kody Clemens, Son of Roger Clemens

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  15. Astros Draft Kody Clemens, Son of Roger Clemens

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  16. Astros Draft Craig Biggio's Son in Draft

    Less than two months before his father's induction ceremony in Cooperstown, Conor Biggio's joining the same organization where his father Craig played 20 seasons...

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  17. Will the Houston Astros' Carlos Correa Avoid a Power Failure?

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  18. The Astros' Driving Force Behind Picking Carlos Correa, Reflects on No. 1 Pick

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  19. Seeing MLB Pedigree, Astros Claim Cameron

    HOUSTON -- The Astros scouted Georgia high school center fielder Daz Cameron as an option for one of their two top five picks in the 2015 Draft, so when he was still on the board at pick No...

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  20. Kyle Tucker Glad to Get a Chance to Be in Same Organization as His Brother

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  21. Carlos Correa Debut, Stellar MLB Draft Highlight Astros' Bright Future

    The hype surrounding Carlos Correa's debut was dampened, literally and figuratively, on Monday. On a night when foul weather twice delayed play, the heralded  Houston Astros ...

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  22. Correa Impressive in Debut

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  23. White Sox Spoil Correa's 1st Hit

    CHICAGO – Carlos Correa dazzled at times Monday night in his major league debut, and Lance McCullers delivered another strong start for the Astros . But Monday night ultimately belonged to White Sox ace lefthander Chris Sale...

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  24. Astros Add Depth to Farm System on Draft Day

    The club was anxious to see top prospect Carlos Correa graduate from the minors Monday in his debut for the big club. Meanwhile, they were also eyeing the draft, where they had two of the top five selections...

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  25. Daz Cameron: Prospect Profile for Astros' No. 37 Overall Pick

    Player: Daz Cameron Position: OF DOB: January 15, 1997 (Age: 18) Height/Weight: 6'1", 190 lbs Bats/Throws: R/R School: Eagles Landing ...

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