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Jose Altuve Not Sure About Participating Home Run DerbyHouston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve is not only having one of his best years hitting for average (.350 through Thursday) he has broken out as a legit power threat for the second-place Astros.
Astros Promote Top Prospect Alex Bregman To AAAThe Houston Astros are on fire right now, especially the middle of their infield with Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve. And if you didn't think that they could get better, that day might not be far away. 2015 2nd overall pick and Astros top prospect, SS, Alex Bregman has been promoted to AAA Fresno Thursday.
McCullers: Altuve Is The Best In The BaseballAstros pitcher Lance McCullers joined In The Loop and discussed his health and when he will pitch next as well as his thoughts on Dallas Keuchel, Jose Altuve and Superman vs Batman.
Lance McCullers: "I'm Fine, Pitching Monday"Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers announced on In The Loop on SportsRadio 610 on Thursday that he will return to the starting rotation for the Astros on Monday.
The Astros Coming Back Home Like The Juggernaut They Are"We're playing a lot more relaxed and a lot more Houston Astros baseball and you're seeing what we are capable of doing," Dallas Keuchel.
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Astros Over .500 With 3-2 Win Over The Angels"(Wednesday) was a beautiful game, that's the word to describe the game," Jose Altuve said of the Astros win,
From Burger Flipper to Multi Millionaire, Forrest Whitley Is The Astros Newest Signee"We like his potential," Astros Director of Amateur Scouting Mike Elias said of Forrest Whitley, "we think he's very polished for what he is now, but he's got a very high ceiling to go with that polish."
Correa's Walk-off Two-Run Single Lifts Astros Past AngelsCarlos Correa hit a walk-off two-run single to give the Astros a 3-2 win over the Angels on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park. He also homered in the fifth to account for all three of the team's RBIs. Houston gets the series win over its division rival and is now back at .500 (36-36) since starting the season at 1-1 on April 6.

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