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Enoli Paredes as a starter? Why not?

The 25-year-old Dominican was effective out of the ‘pen in 2020, but the Astros could take advantage of his experience as starter in the Minors.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 24th, 2020

I knew the Astros probably weren’t going to sign him anyways, but watching Charlie Morton sign with another team feels like 2018 all over again.

What the Astros’ 40-man Roster Additions Tell Us About 2021

Forrest Whitley, Jairo Solis, Peter Solomon, Tyler Ivey and Freudis Nova were officially added to the Astros’ 40-man roster. Their additions and others’ omissions offers some insight to the state of the franchise.

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Lance McCullers Jr. is quietly facing a pivotal 2021

With an uncertain future in Houston, the Astros’ last remaining starting pitcher from the 2017 championship team must make the most out of a crucial 2021 season

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Astros Crawfish Boil - November 21, 2020

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Toro, Straw, or Jones? Who will get the most playing time in 2021 for the Astros?

This will be one of the most interesting questions for the Astros going forward into 2020. Let’s take a look!

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Astros Crawfish Boil: November 19th, 2020

More like Robinson CaNOPE... I’ll just see myself out

You asked for it: Another Carlos Correa Breaking T. He’s Just Crushin it, Bro.

It’s the ALCS. Time to support one of the greatest playoff performers in History.

Celebrate One of the Greatest Ever Astros. Get this Playoff George Breaking T Shirt.

George Springer that is. One of the all-time great play-off performers of all time.

New Carlos Correa Breaking-t shirt

Make sure he can hear you

The Strom List: Interview with Rachel Balkovec

Going deeper into theories and some stories of Strom!

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 17th, 2020

From Fresno to Round Rock to Sugar Land, the Astros’ AAA affiliation sure gets around


I was wrong about Kyle Tucker

Kyle Tucker exploded in 2020, not in 2021. His era in Houston, fortunately, began a year earlier than expected.

Let the games begin. New “Come and Take it” Astros shirts from Breaking T

Time to settle things on the field.

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Three Under-the-Radar Relievers the Astros Should Target in Free Agency

A trio of veteran relievers could help a talented but inexperienced bullpen next year

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 16th, 2020

Glass ceilings were made to be shattered, but it makes one wonder why they were ever made in the first place

SB Nation Reacts: The 2020 Award Breakdown

Five New Breaking T Houston Astros t-shirts

Five amazing new shirts that SCREAM Astros all the way.

Nolan Ryan Strikeout King Breaking T shirt

The All-time strikeout leader, forever an Astro in our hearts, has a new t-shirt

Hunter Brown Poised to Rise in 2021

2020 was a season in which several young Astros arms made names for themselves, even without the benefit of a minor league season. Who could be up next?

Leadoff candidate: Alex Bregman

With George Springer gone, Alex Bregman might be the number one candidate to occupy the first spot of the lineup in 2021.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 13th, 2020

MLB Trade Rumors released their offseason outlook for the Astros but forgot to note that I’m probably going to be sad about some of the changes.

Michael Brantley needs to stay in Houston

The Astros face some tough decisions this offseason, but retaining a key bat in the lineup shouldn’t be one.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 12th, 2020

Go get that bag, George (preferably from the Astros).

Astros Crawfish Boil, November 11th, 2020.

Should the Astros pursue Garrett Richards?

Could Jackie Bradley Jr. be an option for the Astros?

While George Springer remains as a free agent, the Astros are taking a look at other center-field alternatives.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 10th, 2020

You’ll always be the 2020 Rookie of the Year in my heart, Cristian Javier.

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How the Astros Can Get Creative to Sign George Springer

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 9th, 2020

I’m grateful to Luhnow for constructing a championship team, less so for the petty shenanigans he’s currently pulling.

Have We Already Seen Alex Bregman’s Peak?

The All-Star third baseman has many more good years ahead of him, but his best one might already be behind him

SB Nation Reacts: Familiar Faces in New Places

Recycling was the theme of the latest round of managerial hirings.

Who will close for the Astros in 2021?

Ryan Pressly saved 12 games in 2020 for Houston, but he’s been more efficient as a setup throughout his career. The team has some months left to decide what to do.

One concerning point about José Altuve

Altuve’s approach at the plate is leading to more swings and misses, more strikeouts than ever, and lower batting average. Let’s take a look at it.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 5th, 2020

I’m beginning to think that Jeff Luhnow is writing a book titled "So you want to burn it all down"

Prepare for an MLB & MLBPA off-season battle

Everything you ever wanted to know about MLB finances but were too confused to ask.

A Rundown of the Astros 2021 Payroll

Following a series of decisions, the Astros payroll for 2021 is coming into clearer view.


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