Blum: Starting Rotation Still Biggest Question
Correa Reports To Camp; Will Sit A Few DaysThe Astros are having good luck with injuries thus far in spring training.
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.
Astros Rally To Draw Closer To Playoff SpotThe Astros pulled within 2.5 games of the last AL Wild Card Spot with an 8-4 win over Seattle
Robinson Cano Hands The Astros A 4-3 Loss"He's a great player everybody knows that," Jose Altuve said of Cano, "Luke (Gregerson) made a really good pitch and I don't know how Robbie hit that ball."
Astros Avoid Sweep With Win Over AngelsAstros remain 3 games back of Baltimore with 4-1 win over the Angels
Chris Devenski Should Get Plenty Of Run For A.L. Rookie Of The Year"I feel like he has a shot," Carlos Correa told sportsradio610.com of Devo's rookie of the year chances,"I feel like he should be up there in the voting cause it's impressive what he's done for this team, he's been able to do it all year long, be very consistent."
Astros Rally Late, Sweep A's
Mike Fiers Did Enough Astros Bats Just Didn't Help Him"That's not normally how they score," Mike Fiers said of the Blue Jays scoring off of him without the home runs, "(I was) unlucky, I guess."
Carlos Correa Walks-off Former Astros Pitcher Scott Feldman"that's one of the weirdest things I have been a part of in major league baseball," A.J. Hinch said of beating Scott Feldman
Alex Bregman Hints At When He'll Be Called Up To Astros And Playing 3B and LFThe 22-year-old didn't specifically say when he expected to be called up by the Astros but he might have hinted at it heavily when Pendergast asked him who he pictures his first big league at-bat against.
Extra Inning Magic Helps the Astros Beat the A's 2-1"I like the fact we stay resilient, we compete the whole game and we took advantage of a couple of mistakes to walk out of here with a win to end the break," A.J. Hinch said.