Correa's Walk-Off Ends Astros SkidCarlos Correa singled home the winning run in the 13th inning
Lance McCullers Doesn't Have A Problem With Bat FlipsHouston Astros starting pitcher Lance McCullers joined Mike Meltser and Seth Payne in-studio on Mad Radio on Tuesday. The second-year pitcher is getting ready to make just his third start of the year this week, but at 22 is ready to be one of the Astros aces as they look to turn around a slow start.
Lance McCullers Chats It Up With Mad RadioAstros pitcher Lance McCullers joined Mad Radio and they talked about the vibe in the Astros clubhouse right now, having a father play in Major League Baseball, changing his delivery, bat flips and his thoughts on Ken Giles and AJ Hinch.
Triple Threat - More Disappointing, Rockets or Astros?Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the disappointing 2016 campaigns from the Houston Rockets and Houston Astros. No one thought the Rockets would win the west this season, but many experts picked the Astros to make the World Series. Depressing either way.
Nate and Creight with Hot Leads 5-22-16Nate and Creight talk about the hottest topics in sports. Included are the NBA Playoffs, the struggles of the Astros, and Conor McGregor talking about fighting Floyd Mayweather.
Rangers Crush Keuchel Again As Rangers Sweep AstrosThe Rangers crushed Dallas Keuchel yet again, continuing the lefty's 2016 struggles. Texas swept the Astros, dropping Houston 11 games below .500 with Memorial Day fast approaching.
[WATCH] Finding George Springer's Greatest CatchNow this was an amazing play, getting turned around, jumping and leaping at the wall, the crash into the wall, but it might not even be his best catch. Let's see if we can find one better:
Astros Can't Stop Chris Sale In Series FinalePitcher Collin McHugh gave the Houston Astros a chance to complete a three-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night. Baseball's hottest pitcher wouldn't let that happen.
The Best Of The Worst Of 'In The Loop'Hey look. It's Vandy!
Astros Blast Way To Win Over White SoxEven though his Houston Astros remain in last place in the AL West, manager A.J. Hinch believes the team has shaken off a slow start. Jose Altuve had three hits and two RBIs, Colby Rasmus and Jason Castro each had a solo home run and the Astros beat Chicago 5-3 on Wednesday night despite the White Sox turning their second triple play of the season.
The Best Of 'In The Loop' Featuring @McClain_on_NFLCody Stoots sits in with us.
Astros G.M. Jeff Luhnow "We Got A Couple New Faces"Carlos Gomez injury a key cog in team going to the minors for reinforcements