Jose Altuve enjoyed a record-breaking moment in his amazing season. The Houston Astros’ second baseman broke Craig Biggio’s club record for hits in a season with his 211th of the year, a single up the middle in the seventh inning Tuesday night during a 4-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians.
SEATTLE (AP) — Looking to take some pressure off himself while trying to reach the 200-hit mark, Jose Altuve just focused on helping his team win. He accomplished both. Altuve, hitless in seven at-bats in […]
SEATTLE (AP) — Logan Morrison and the Seattle Mariners have played well enough all season to stay confident even after a tough loss. Jonathan Villar hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning Tuesday night […]
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Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Astros announced that they have fired manager Bo Porter and bench coach Dave Trembley on Monday. Porter came on as manager to start the 2013 season and saw the […]
Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle joins Shaun Bijani and Alex Del Barrio to discuss his recent article about the ongoing issues between Bo Porter and Jeff Luhnow. They talk about specifically what the problem may be, and get into what would have to happen for the Astros to get back to relevance.
I love mascots. Don’t know why. Maybe because I kind of look like one, act like one and enjoy the fact they get to mess with everyone in the stands and on the field. I’ve recently realized that there is a new second place spot for best mascot not named the Philly Phanatic. (Sorry, no one passes the Phanitic. It’s worth going to a horrible Phillies game just to see the Phanatic.)
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.