Videos of the Houston Astros that we have produced.
WELCOME CORREA. We knew you were champing at the bit, but damn. Don't hurt Bobby Dynamite in the train.
Hank Conger aka Panda Crusher, showed off his dragon warrior skills behind the plate Friday. Starting a double play by barehanding a popup and throwing to first.
Football is about to start, Carlos Correa is clearly ready.
COLBY JACK FOR THE AGES. Colby Rasmus answer the A's two runs in the both of the eight with a three-run home run in the ninth to put Houston in front.
Carlos Gomez, a pretty good outfielder.
Newest Astros Carlos Gomez went yard for his 100th career home run and his first as a member of the Astros.
Carlos Correa saved the game for the Astros in the ninth with a runner on third. Correa fielded Alex Rios's grounder deep in the hole. He fielded the ball, did a jump-spin and threw out Rios for the third out in the inning.
The Red Sox tied the game in the eighth inning. Jose Altuve stepped in the box in the ninth and said it was time to bounce. Altuve hits the Astros' first walk-off home run of the season.
One of Jake Marisnick's tools, outside of his fielding and hair, is his speed. Marisnick tested the Red Sox rookie pitcher Brian Johnson, attempted to steal second with a runner on third. The pitch was high enough that it pulled Ryan Hanigan out of his crouch, Hanigan's throw hit Marisnick in the arm. The ball ricocheted into left field, where Hanley Ramirez picked up a threw wide of home. Marisnick sprinting all the way, scored easily.
The Astros and Rangers cleared the benches on Saturday. Prince Fielder appeared to be playing peacemaker before he got in to it with Astros manager A.J. Hinch. Fiedler appears to shove Hinch before his manager Jeff Banister came to his defense.
Astros owner Jim Crane talks about the upcoming changes around Tal's Hill.
Astros drench McCullers in his first major league interview. The best part by far is when McCullers starts expecting the water
George Springer did George Springer things.