Houston Astros News
Last night was a very encouraging start from young Astros pitcher Lance McCullers Jr., who carved up the Mariners lineup throughout the night and was pretty much perfect besides one pitch that Robinson Cano golfed out of the park.
Often spotted at Minute Maid Park cheering on her Astros and scoring the game, former First Lady Barbara Bush was a great Astros fan.
The Astros 25 man roster is not an easy one to crack and then stay on consistently, as this move shows. James Hoyt will have plenty of opportunities down in AAA, and we will see now if Tony Sipp can rebound and be a reliable left-handed option for the Astros.
Certainly not a good sign for Big Sexy, as the one bright spot on the Rangers has not yet been given a vote of confidence.
After almost sending one over the fence in the first inning, Lindor knocked a two-run home run in the fifth inning and the moment was just unbelievable. Hope you get a chance to watch.
The Red Sox crushed Ohtani in the first inning, quieting the fanfare around the rookie phenom for at least just a few days. Hopefully Ohtani’s injury is not serious, as he has been fun to watch so far this season.