Feldman Roughed Up In Loss To Rangers
Ailing A-Rod Will Make More Than Astros Alex Rodriguez will make more this year than all the Houston Astros combined — a lot more.
Notable Deals By MLB Trade DeadlineAt 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday afternoon, Major League Baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline passed with 19 teams within five games of postseason contention.
Astros Will Be Good In A Few Years
Astros Deal Wandy To PiratesAccording to sources, the Astros have dealt lefthander Wandy Rodriguez to the Pirates.
Interleague Play: Rangers-Astros PreviewWhile <a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/playerstats.asp?id=6679">Josh Hamilton</a> was given most of Thursday off, the <a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/teamreports.asp?tm=18&report=teamhome">Houston Astros</a> surely would not object if Ron Washington rested his slugger for the whole weekend.
Marlins-Astros PreviewA week ago, the Miami Marlins were considered one of the biggest disappointments in baseball.
Gonzalez Beats Astros 1-0 For First Win With Nats<a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/players.asp?id=8179&fn=Gio&ln=Gonzalez">Gio Gonzalez</a> dominated over seven innings and had to wait out a nervous ninth with <a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/players.asp?id=6913&fn=Brad&ln=Lidge">Brad Lidge</a> on the mound before his first win with the Washington Nationals was secure.
Astros Commit 4 Errors In 6-3 Loss To BravesThe Houston Astros had a chance to win their second series of this young season.
Wandy Rodriguez Solid On Opening Day Despite Costly Third-Inning ErrorAfter surrendering three unearned runs on four hits and committing an error in the third inning, the Astros lefty recovered nicely the rest of the way.
Astros Lefty Rodriguez Will Start On Opening Day<a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/players.asp?id=7552&fn=Wandy&ln=Rodriguez">Wandy Rodriguez</a> will be Houston's first left-handed pitcher in 38 years to start on opening day when he faces the Colorado Rockies on April 6.
From Starter To Closer, Astros' Myers Moved UnexpectedlyInstead of starting 35 games in 2012, the Astros are hoping Brett Myers can save 35 games. In an unexpected move this morning, Astros skipper Brad Mills named Myers his closer for the upcoming season.