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Marwin's Homers Not Enough As Yankees Rough Up Fister, AstrosMarwin Gonzalez provided the first multi-homer day of his career but CC Sabathia was too much opposite a shaky Doug Fister as the Yankees earned a series win in Houston.
Astros 3B Luis Valbuena Takes A Nasty Spill, Is Day-To-Day With Hamstring StrainLuis Valbuena took a nasty tumble during Tuesday's game against the Yankees and he's day-to-day with a hamstring issue.
With Yulieski Gourriel On The Way, The Astros Might Stand Pat During The Trade Deadline"What I do know," Aroldis Chapman said of Yulieski Gourriel, "he's a really good player and I am sure the fans (in Houston) will enjoy to see him play."
Yankees Spoil Bregman's Big League Debut; Astros Lose 2-1
Astros Prospect Bregman To Debut Monday Against Yankees
Houston Astros Sign Another Cuban Star, Anibal SierraThe Houston Astros have signed Cuban shortstop Anibal Sierra.
Astros Make It Official: Alex Bregman Finally Gets The CallThe wait is over. Alex Bregman is finally en route to Houston for his MLB debut, as the Astros called up the former No. 2 overall pick after Sunday's win vs. the Angels.
Best Player in Baseball? Altuve's Career Day Sparks Astros To 13-3 Rout, Sweep of AngelsJose Altuve launched two home runs along with a career-best 6 RBI, as the Astros crushed the Angels to earn a series sweep.
Evan Gattis The Catcher Is Kinda Great, Might Be Time For Him To Do It Daily"I know I have seen the stats, I've heard that it's kinda a big split," Evan Gattis said of catching compared to DH'ing
Alex Bregman Not Joining The Astros On FridayThe Houston Astros made a roster move late Thursday night calling up Preston Tucker from AAA Fresno and sending AJ Reed back to the minor leagues. It was not the move many were hoping the Astros would make before they start their series against the Anaheim Angels on Friday. Top Prospect Alex Bregman is staying with the Grizzlies, for now.
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Houston Dynamo And Supporters Groups Band Together To Remove Offensive Cheer From StadiumThe Houston Dynamo and the club’s Supporters Groups have joined together to take a stand against the use of an oft-used offensive chant the team announced on Thursday. The “cheer” they are standing against, which is used by a small segment of the fans during games, involves the usage of a Spanish term which is considered a derogatory slur.

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