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In what was supposed to be a clash of AL titans, the Astros outclassed the White Sox in every facet

Hitting, pitching, fielding, managing... it was a clean sweep.

A barrage of runs in Game 3 shouldn’t dampen the quality of Astros pitching in the ALDS

Last night might not have been as disastrous as it appeared.

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View From the Other Side: Houston Astros, ALDS Version

Dan Martin, from our sister site Crawfish Boxes, foresees a very tight ALDS that will tilt toward the more experienced club.

ALDS preview: Q&A with South Side Sox

Ahead of Thursday’s opener, White Sox writer Brett Ballantini gave his thoughts on the South Siders and how he sees them faring in the ALDS.

Know thy enemy: Assessing the Chicago White Sox

Breaking down various aspects of the AL Central champions, who will soon be making their way to Houston.

With October looming, a restrictive workload puts Luis García and the Astros in a precarious position

The rookie starter has been used conservatively during the latter half of the season.

Batting title or not, 2021 has been quite the turnaround for Yuli Gurriel

Following a disastrous 2020, a big change at the plate has helped fuel the veteran first baseman’s bounce-back season.

If this is Carlos Correa’s last year in Houston, it looks to be his finest in an Astros uniform

The Astros shortstop turns 27 today, and the consistent health that had eluded him for years has remained intact in 2021, which has yielded a career season.

Zack Greinke’s abrupt regression is a problem for the Astros in more ways than one

An unwavering commitment to the scuffling starter could come back to bite the Astros next month.

As expected, the Astros’ trade deadline acquisitions have had their pitch arsenals altered

Warranted or not, the recent additions to the Astros bullpen have been utilizing their respective pitches differently.