The Houston Astros beat the Oakland Athletics Tuesday night 4-2, but the highlight from the game that is going to get all the run Wednesday will be this absolutely terrible first pitch.
Anyone who thought Houston would be a Yankee Stadium pushover hasn’t been paying attention to Chris Carter at the plate.
After striking out four straight times, Carter snapped a ninth-inning tie with a colossal three-run homer Tuesday night that extended his second-half power surge and sent the Astros to a 7-4 victory over the New York Yankees.
Brien and Paul could walk this week as they’re joined by David Barron of the Houston Chronicle. They get into the ins and outs of the Houston Regional Sports Network sale, discuss what programming changes may occur due to the sale, and try to help B-Straw figure out just how he might be able to watch.
Springer nearing a return to Astros
Jim Callis of MLB.com joined Brien and Paul to talk about the Astros trade of Jared Cosart for a prospect that they almost selected instead of Mark Appel.
The Astros couldn’t survive the power bats of the Toronto Blue Jays as they dropped their home series opener 6-5 tonight. Nolan Reimold the hero for the Blue Jays tonight as he hit a solo […]
Jeff Luhnow “We still have a lot of depth”
“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.