HOUSTON (CBS Houston): January 8th, 2014 can be an atonement day of sorts for the Baseball Writers Association of America. A year ago, the group of approximately 550 voters chose not to elect anyone to […]
It’s the playoffs. Emotions run high. And sometimes in a big spot a player can just release with excitement. Rookie sensation Yasiel Puig did just that after knocking in a run on a triple to […]
Sports rivalries seem to run so deep that they begin on the elementary school level; just ask a fifth grader named Casey.
Imagine you’re 36-years old. You’ve never won a World Series. And you play for one of baseball’s worst teams.
Matt Kemp came close to becoming the first member of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 23 years to win the NL MVP last season.
It will be Jim Crane’s finger, not Bud Selig’s, pulling the trigger whether to use the original Colt .45s logo as part of the team’s 50th anniversary celebration this season.
Larry King told SportsRadio 610: “People think of Minute Maid Park, not the Astrodome when you mention Houston.”
With the 2-1 walkoff win on Wednesday afternoon against the Dodgers, that marks the fourth consecutive Astros game decided by one run. In all, that is two straight series wins and four of their last six wins.
J.R. Towles went three weeks without getting a hit. He broke out of his 0-32 slump in a big way, rapping out three hits, including a walkoff RBI single to beat the Dodgers 2-1. Towles’ line […]