Correa's Walk-off Two-Run Single Lifts Astros Past AngelsCarlos Correa hit a walk-off two-run single to give the Astros a 3-2 win over the Angels on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park. He also homered in the fifth to account for all three of the team's RBIs. Houston gets the series win over its division rival and is now back at .500 (36-36) since starting the season at 1-1 on April 6.
WATCH: Jose Altuve Cranks 431-Foot Home Run In Astros WinJose Altuve crushed one of the longest home runs of his career as Houston rolled to a 10-7 win over the Angels on Monday night.
Gaining Steam: Correa, Altuve Crank Homers As Astros Cruise Past AngelsDoug Fister was superb in seven innings of work, while Altuve, Correa and Castro all homered as part of the Astros' offensive barrage en route to a dominant win vs. the Angels.
Some Slow-Starting Players Are Now Worth A Look In Fantasy BaseballIt happens every year in fantasy baseball: Players get drafted every March that end up struggling during the first six weeks of the season, so owners drop them. Yet by late June, those players recover and really start to hit. They'll end up where they should by September with good stats.
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It's Time To Assess Strengths And Weaknesses In Fantasy BaseballSmart fantasy baseball owners will analyze the standings in their league to see where their team needs improvement—and perhaps where the team can spare some statistics in a trade. Picking up new players only makes sense if these moves help the team in the standings, after all.
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Astros Opt For Texas Talent In Forrest Whitley With 1st-Round PickThe Astros kept it in Texas for their first-round pick in the 2016 MLB Draft, as the team used the No. 17 overall pick on a fireballing right-handed high-school pitcher from down the road in San Antonio.