Former Houston Astros manager Larry Dierker joined Mad Radio and they talked about the firing of Bo Porter, the play of the Astros lately, all the moves the Astros have made this season and his thoughts on the analytics of baseball today.
When the Astros open the 2015 season on April 6, they’ll do so at Minute Maid Park with Terry Francona’s Cleveland Indians in the opposite dugout. It will be the Tribe’s only visit to […]
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Jed Lowrie and Oakland are hoping Saturday’s ninth inning against Houston will carry over to the rest of the season for the Athletics. Lowrie hit a game-ending RBI single, sending 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.
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.
Here’s a quick and easy guide to Houston, the nation’s fourth largest city and the largest city in Texas.
So, when exactly do you start caring about baseball again? That is a serious question, and not in a condescending, judgey kind of way either. Part of my reason for asking is strictly selfish. I […]
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Count ESPN’s Keith Law as a fan of what the Houston Astros did at yesterday’s trade deadline. On its six-player deal that shipped Jarred Cosart and Kike Hernandez to the Miami Marlins for Jake Marisnick, Colin Moran and […]