Brad Arnsberg took the fall Tuesday for a faltering Astros pitching staff. General Manager Ed Wade fired the team’s pitching coach over the phone Tuesday morning.
This time last week, the Astros were coming up big in the clutch in every game it seemed, in the midst of a season-best four game winning streak. Now it seems they can’t buy a big hit to save their lives.
The Astros look to end a three-game losing skid as they open their longest homestand of the season at Minute Maid Park.
J.R. Towles went three weeks without getting a hit. He broke out of his 0-32 slump in a big way, rapping out three hits, including a walkoff RBI single to beat the Dodgers 2-1. Towles’ line […]
They come back to Minute Paid Park after taking two out of three from the Toronto Blue Jays, their first series win since they took two of three from the Brewers April 29-May 1.
The Astros hope a change of leagues will lead to a change of fortune as they make their first ever trip toToronto, opening a three game series against the Blue Jays tonight.
The Astros hope a return to the familiar confines of Minute Maid Park can turn their fortunes around as they open a six game homestand.
Brandon Lyon will have his right shoulder examined by team doctors after blowing his fourth save on Wednesday.
The Houston Texans first overall pick of the 2002 expansion draft chats with Rich and Robert about this weekend’s NFL Playoff matchup’s and more.