In a series between the two winningest teams in the American League, the Astros staked an early claim for supremacy. Behind Lance McCullers, Jr’s impeccable outing and some early offense for once, the Astros (45-34) […]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Royals still have five starters in the latest All-Star Game fan voting, and that has drawn at least one vocal critic in the Astros clubhouse. Ahead of his Tuesday start against […]
After a testy and lengthy affair filled with home runs and ejections on Saturday, the Astros and Yankees coasted through Sunday’s game, mostly wrapped in an unyielding pitcher’s duel. Beyond the breezy Sunday matinee vibe, […]
Travel guide to Cooperstown, New York, home of the world famous National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Joshua Green of Bloomberg BusinessWeek joined The Triple Threat on Sports Radio 610 to discuss his time embedded with the Astros’ organization learning about “Ground Control”, how much of the Astros information the “Ground Control” […]
Attorney Travis Crabtree of Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C. joined The Triple Threat on Sports Radio 610 to talk about the alleged hacking of the Astros’ “Ground Control” database by the Cardinals, why the FBI […]
Much like it has been all season, it was the home-run show for the home team Wednesday night in Minute Maid Park. The Astros cranked out three solo shots, including two by Chris Carter, and […]
Astros player Collin McHugh joined The B-Straw & Pauly G show after the team won against Baltimore. They discussed everything from his stance on tipping to how the Astros are becoming contenders and the league is there for them to win. McHugh also discussed the changes since AJ Hinch has been managing the team.
The Astros finally lost two series in a row. And it only took them until the final day of May. The visiting White Sox (23-26) overwhelmed starter Roberto Hernandez and the Astros (31-20) couldn’t capitalize […]
Does first place really matter in May? Does last place? We broke down 20 years of baseball history to find out.