The Best of The Triple Threat 09-18-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 09-18-2017
The Astros Are Partying, But They Know More Work Still Needs To Be DoneWhile the Astros do have a lot of veterans who have on some very good teams and have clinched divisions before, it's not the case with a number of younger Astros who are experiencing this for the first time.
A Plan Years In The Making Is Finally Coming TrueWith the addition of key veterans pairing with great young talent, what the Astros are seeing this year is the cumulation of a plan that's been in the works for a very long time.
Houston Astros Trade For Justin VerlanderIn exchange for minor league prospects Franklin Perez, Daz Cameron (son of former outfielder Mike Cameron), and Jake Rogers, the Astros added a big name to their rotation in the form of Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander.
Passan: Division's Won, Not Worried Yet
Should The CP3 Trade Change The Way You Think About Harden?Are you still worried about James Harden?
Who Do Texans Players Want To Start At QB? Savage? Or Watson?What JJ Watt and DeAndre Hopkins said about the Texans QBs
3T - MLB Network Host Brian KennyRich and Ted talk with MLB Network host Brian Kenny about the analytics revolution in baseball, the Houston Astros as the best team in baseball, who the Astros biggest challenge will be in the AL, the sports TV business after what happened with ESPN, and more.
Jim Crane Is Very Happy With Jeff Luhnow's Plan"It's really hard to dispute the things he's done," Jim Crane said. "You're not going to get them all right, but you truly have to say he got a lot more right than he's got wrong."
Jeff Luhnow: "McCann Adds A Lot To The Club"Houston Astros GM Jeff Luhnow joins Gallant At Night!
Jeff Luhnow: Nori Aoki A High Contact, High On-Base Guy"(He) sprays the ball, and really gets on-base, and runs well, seems to be a very complementary piece being left-handed and a contract guy to our righted-heavy power lineup," Luhnow said.
The Houston Astros Stand Pat At The Trade Deadline Because That Is What Is Best"the reality is we're doing what we think is the right thing for the organization," Jeff Luhnow said.