Pitching Will Be Key To An Astros Playoff RunThe Astros have loaded up on position players and veterans for the 2017 season. The health and performance of the pitching staff will be the unknown and key factor to a playoff run.
Astros Won’t Run From The High ExpectationsThe Astros are coming off a third place finish in the A.L. West in 2016, but expectations might be as high for the club since the 2006 campaign.
Correa Reports To Camp; Will Sit A Few DaysThe Astros are having good luck with injuries thus far in spring training.
Harris Says Astros Have A Chip On Their ShoulderAstros pitcher Will Harris says the players will have a little chip on their shoulder in 2017 after not reaching the playoffs last year.
How The Astros Win The World SeriesPitchers and catchers reported today for the Houston Astros, which officially starts the 2017 voyage that the club hopes ends with the first World Series victory in franchise history.
The Best of The Triple Threat 02-15-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 02-15-2017
Houston Astros To Extend Netting At Minute Maid ParkThe expanded netting will extend from dugout to dugout, reaching 12 feet in height, and increase in height behind the backstop, reaching a maximum height of 32 feet at Minute Maid Park. It will be raised slightly during Astros batting practice so fans can interact with players over the top of the dugout and be lowered back in place by first pitch during Astros 2017 season home games.
Will The Astros Make A Move For A Starting Pitcher Anytime Soon?Astros beat writer Brian McTaggart joined In the Loop and they discussed the Astros starting rotation, Alex Bregman, Brian McCann and will the Astros make a move
The Best of The Triple Threat 02-13-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 02-13-2017
Who Is Winning The Heart Of HoustonHouston sports teams have been a tease, someone has to put a ring on it.
Astros Head Into Spring Training Without Defined Closer; Leadoff Spot SetWith spring training just a matter of days the Houston Astros have one major question solved and still one big question to answer before the start of the season.
Keuchel Poised For Bounce Back YearAstros fans got to see Dallas Keuchel in full game mode last Saturday, racing across the gridiron at Rhodes Stadium in Katy, catching passes from the ageless Doug Flutie. Even more importantly with just days remaining from pitchers and catchers reporting in Florida, Keuchel says his shoulder and arm are feeling great.

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