Houston Astros News
Charles F. Morton dominated the Yankees last night with an exceptional whiff rate as the veteran right-hander had his fastball and off-speed pitches working to both sides of the plate.
Brian McCann reflects on his transition from the New York Yankees to the Houston Astros and how his experience has helped this Astros pitching staff tremendously.
Ken Giles was named Pitcher of the Game for the Houston Astros after striking out Giancarlo Stanton, Gary Sanchez, and Aaron Hicks in the 9th inning to preserve a 2-1 lead and earn the save.
When the Oakland Athletics came to town this past weekend, Jose Altuve and former Astros scout Al Pedrique reunited and reflected on an unbelievable story of determination.
No better way to take a break from the NBA playoffs than to sit in a suite at Minute Maid Park and enjoy a game between two of the best teams in the American League.
With Justin Turner already on the disabled list, the loss of Seager hurts even more in Los Angeles.
If you’re still upset about the Carlos Gomez trade, I suggest staying away from this article. Josh Hader is on a ridiculous pace for strikeouts as a reliever in 2018.
Just watch, you won’t regret it.
The Rangers already have one of the weaker pitching staffs in the American League, so this most recent news certainly is concerning for Rangers GM Jon Daniels.