“It sounds good. Say it again,” Dallas Keuchel responded to SportsRadio 610 reporter, Josh Reese’s “Dallas Keuchel, 10 game winner. How does that sound?” The Astros’ starter moved to 10-7 with today’s 8-1 victory over […]
On the verge of a pleasantly surprising series win over the first-place A’s deep into Tuesday’s game, the clock figuratively struck midnight on the short-handed Astros. A 4-1 lead entering the ninth-inning? Gone. A series […]
David Barron joined B Straw and Paulie G to talk about the latest developments with CSN and if the Rockets and Astros will be on TV for the whole market any time soon.
“I’m trying to help this team win and rebuild”
Alyson Footer, MLB.com, joined The Triple Threat to discuss the latest happenings with the Astros. She thought this uproar over Mark Appel throwing a bullpen was a bit over blown by the media. She said twitter got ahead of the story and helped to blow things out of proportion. Footer says the “jury is still out” when it comes to how the league views Bo Porter’s managerial style with the Astros because it’s too early to know. She said the general attitude towards the Astros on the national level is very skeptical about what they are doing, but are waiting to see what will happen. She said the Astros have kind of been on a bit of a downward spiral since the 2007 draft where they didn’t draft a single useful player for the team.
Springer is feeling good but still a little uncertain that he will be able to come of the DL when scheduled
The Astros couldn’t avoid the sweep in their three game series with the Miami Marlins as they drop the Sunday Finale 4-2. The Marlins started the scoring early off of Astros starter Collin McHugh. Miami […]
Houston (CBS Houston)-Despite struggles throughout the season the 2013 number one overall pick is getting a promotion. Mark Appel is headed to Class AA Corpus Christi after his latest start in the organization’s Lancaster affiliate. […]
Appel was a different pitcher then in previous starts
What should have been a runaway win for the Oakland Athletics ended with questions and concerns.
Yoenis Cespedes homered twice and tied a career high with five RBIs before leaving with a sprained right thumb. Brandon Moss got a painful stinger to his left bicep, and reliever Jim Johnson had another meltdown on the mound as the A’s held off the Houston Astros 9-7 on Wednesday night.