HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Astros are saying all the right things leading into spring training. They feel more excitement. They feel this team can be a playoff contender. And all these things are reasonable […]
The Astros couldn’t survive the power bats of the Toronto Blue Jays as they dropped their home series opener 6-5 tonight. Nolan Reimold the hero for the Blue Jays tonight as he hit a solo […]
“It sounds good. Say it again,” Dallas Keuchel responded to SportsRadio 610 reporter, Josh Reese’s “Dallas Keuchel, 10 game winner. How does that sound?” The Astros’ starter moved to 10-7 with today’s 8-1 victory over […]
The Astros couldn’t avoid the sweep in their three game series with the Miami Marlins as they drop the Sunday Finale 4-2. The Marlins started the scoring early off of Astros starter Collin McHugh. Miami […]
Former Astros Manager Phil Garner joined Mad Radio and they discussed the current Astros team and his thoughts on the young players, the value of analytics in baseball, the new replay system and Bo Porter’s decision to place Tony Sipp in the outfield for a batter then placing him back on the mound.
The Astros’ first baseman of the future, Jon Singleton, joined MaD Radio to talk about his experience coming up to the big leagues.
Jon Singleton homered and knocked in two runs in his Major League debut as the Astros opened a 3-game series against the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park with a 7-2 win. […]
Jim Callis joined MaD Radio to talk about the historical signing of the Astros’ new first baseman, as well as who the Astros should take with the #1 pick in the draft.
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.