Hall of Fame Astros TV announcer and 2013 Texas Sportscaster of the Year, Bill Brown joins Nate and Creight to discuss the Astros’ pitching and player development. They also get into the competition in the American League West, and kick around the idea of Scott Feldman as a veteran leader to the younger pitchers.
Jon Singleton is considered the top first base prospect in baseball — a big, dynamic left-handed hitter with power and composure who can use the entire field.
NEW YORK (AP) — Rather than ban home plate collisions outright, Major League Baseball and its players adopted a rule limiting them this season. In what both sides said was a one-year experiment, the rule […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): “We’re dealing with a $60 billion company that’s got a lot of profit. They could fix this thing immediately if they wanted to, and they’re choosing to try to drive the Rockets […]
The Astros apologized for Jarred Cosart’s recent use of a gay slur on twitter.
Lance Berkman turned 38 years old today. That doesn’t make me feel old as much as it is another reminder that the Astros glory days have been several years in our collective rear view mirrors. […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): “Our preferred option is no longer available at this time.” Those are the words of Rockets CEO Tad Brown in court February 4, explaining to Judge Marvin Isgur at the CSN Houston […]
The likely-hood of the Houston Astros and possibly the Houston Rockets returning to local television for the majority of the population might be rising. The judge in the CSN Houston vs. Houston Astros case has decided to force the fledgling cable company to file chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The Houston Astros announced their Spring Training non-roster invitees recently, and while the team has invited nearly all of their high draft picks from the past few years, 24 year old George Springer highlights the list. Springer who was selected by the Astros in 2011 with the 11th pick said “it’s an honor” when asked about making Spring Training this season. The consensus is that Springer has the best chance to make the lineup out of camp.
A couple of voters took their eyes off the ball and sent the wrong message to the world of baseball. At this point, those voters will have 2015 to make it right.