President Trump To Astros: "You Were Houston Strong"The Astros were honored by President Trump at the White House for their 2017 World Series Championship.
The Best of The Triple Threat 01-08-2018The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 01-08-2018
A Plan Years In The Making Is Finally Coming TrueWith the addition of key veterans pairing with great young talent, what the Astros are seeing this year is the cumulation of a plan that's been in the works for a very long time.
Astros Boost Rotation With Trade For VerlanderThe Houston Astros acquired Justin Verlander in a trade with the Detroit Tigers on Thursday night, just before the deadline for having players eligible for postseason play.
Houston Astros Trade For Justin VerlanderIn exchange for minor league prospects Franklin Perez, Daz Cameron (son of former outfielder Mike Cameron), and Jake Rogers, the Astros added a big name to their rotation in the form of Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander.
Jim Crane Is Very Happy With Jeff Luhnow's Plan"It's really hard to dispute the things he's done," Jim Crane said. "You're not going to get them all right, but you truly have to say he got a lot more right than he's got wrong."
Tal's Hill Being Removed Making Way For Meeting Place"I think if a guy hit's one 410' it deserves to be a home run," Reid Ryan Astros President of Business Operations said.
Hammond: Clowney To PUP List Is No Reason To Panic
McLane Thinks He Left Crane, Luhnow, Astros A Good Farm System; He's Wrong
What Will It Take To Make You Care Again?
Alyson Footer Gives Clarity To The Astros Players UproarAlyson Footer, MLB.com, joined The Triple Threat to discuss the latest happenings with the Astros. She thought this uproar over Mark Appel throwing a bullpen was a bit over blown by the media. She said twitter got ahead of the story and helped to blow things out of proportion. Footer says the "jury is still out" when it comes to how the league views Bo Porter's managerial style with the Astros because it's too early to know. She said the general attitude towards the Astros on the national level is very skeptical about what they are doing, but are waiting to see what will happen. She said the Astros have kind of been on a bit of a downward spiral since the 2007 draft where they didn't draft a single useful player for the team.
Report: Astros Could Still Lose Next Two First Round Draft Picks
Crane: 'We Will Increase Payroll When Needed'Houston Astros owner Jim Crane joins In The Loop. We talk about the CSN Houston deal, and what owning a pro team means to him.
A Trip With Astros Owner Jim Crane
Best Chance For Fans To See Astros, Rockets Games Is For CSN Houston To Fail