Springer, Valbuena Homer as Astros Complete Sweep of OriolesGeorge Springer homered twice, Luis Valbuena added a two-run homer and the pitching staff set a new major league record for strikeouts in a three-game series as the Astros beat the Orioles, 4-2 in front of an announced crowd of 23,826 at Minute Maid Park on Thursday night. It was their first series sweep and three-game winning streak of the season.
Astros Ride McHugh, Small Ball To Series Split With MarinersThe Astros small-balled their way to a series split with a 5-1 win over Seattle on Sunday. Collin McHugh tossed seven innings of one-run ball but they still couldn't keep Robinson Cano off the board.
Jose Altuve Delivers On HR Request From Fan Battling Terminal CancerThe Houston Astros lost 6-3 to the Seattle Mariners on Thursday Night. But the night was a huge win for one Astros fan battling terminal cancer. Dillon asked Altuve to hit him a home run. Altuve, tempered the young boys expectations, telling him that he hit one last night, so it might not happen. Dillon then told Altuve he'd do it.
The Astros Waste Jose Altuve's Big Night With 6-3 Loss To MarinersJose Altuve has a big night at the plate but the Astros offense couldn't put much else together behind him.
Astros Rout Twins, Take Series To Open HomestandThe Astros routed the Twins on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park, winning back-to-back games for the first time this season and only their second series so far in 2016.
Red & Orange Report #43Podcast: Breaking down the Rockets loss and the Astros win
Early Offense Helps The Astros Beat The Tigers 5-4Jose Altuve and George Springer help power the Astros to the first series win of the year.
Cain's Early Home Run Enough In Royals Win Over AstrosLorenzo Cain's 1st inning home run helped the Royals to a 3-2 win
Jake Marisnick Gives Jose Altuve His Own Special UrinalThe Houston Astros are just about ready to kick off the 2016 season and Jake Marisnick is making sure to have some fun before the serious games begin.
The Top 16 Moments Of The 2015 Houston Astros SeasonWith Spring Training finally here, Jeff Luhnow and co. took one last look back at the best of a magical 2015 Astros campaign.
Hammond: Astros Are Everything MLB Should Strive To Be
Astros Play Long Ball, Snap Rangers Skid