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Astros Shutout A's 6-0 On Monday NightA pair of bases loaded walks in the second inning was all the scoring needed as the Houston Astros knocked off the Oakland Athletics 6-0 Monday night at Minute Maid Park.
Luis Valbuena Out For The YearHouston Astros infielder Luis Valbuena will be out for the season after having to have surgery, Manager AJ Hinch announced on Tuesday.
McCullers: The 4 Stages Of Grief When Getting Destroyed As A Major League PitcherThe 4-Stages Of Grief For A Major League Pitcher (as told by Lance McCullers)
McCullers Gives The Emotional Stages Of A Bad OutingIt's Tuesday so our friend Lance McCullers joins Mad Radio in studio.
Houston Astros Release Prospect Danry VasquezThe Houston Astros waste no time getting rid of Danry Vasquez who's been dealing with an assault charge.
The Astros Fall To The Cardinals 8-2The Astros not able to muster much offense against the Cardinals
Three Homers Not Enough For Astros As Cardinals Crush KeuchelThe Cardinals rocked Dallas Keuchel in front of several thousand St. Louis fans in Minute Maid Park, as the Astros fell, 8-5, on Tuesday night.
Altuve Becomes Fastest Player in Astros History To 1000 Career HitsJose Altuve reached a new career milestone in Tuesday night's game against the St. Louis Cardinals. The 2nd baseman went 3-for-5, recording his 1000th hit in his sixth MLB season.
Alex Bregman Finally Gets His First Career Home RunAlex Bregman waited 20 games for it. The former No. 2 overall pick finally hit his first career home run for the Astros on Tuesday night against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Lance McCullers Says That Carlos Gomez Is An Amazing AthleteOne of our favorite people, Lance McCullers, is in studio with Mad Radio.
Carlos Correa Named American League Player Of The WeekHouston Astros Shortstop Carlos Correa was named the American League Player of the Week for August 8th-14th by Major League Baseball on Monday. This was Correa's second Player Of The Week award this season.
Astros Dominate Twins In Doubleheader SweepMother nature was kind to the Houston Astros on Wednesday night raining out a 5-0 deficit and washing it out completely going into Thursday's double header with the Minnesota Twins. The Astros took advantage of the reset button and beat the Twins twice by scores of 15-7 and 10-2 Thursday at Target Field.

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