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While Jose Altuve has remained in the Houston Astros' lineup, he continues to be hampered by a sore left quad. Altuve told reporters -- including Chris Abshire of MLB.com -- that his quad is "good but sore," adding he's doing everything he can to be 100 percent for the team.
"It's just everyday stuff with the trainers and
stretching," he said...
It is no secret the Astros have been one giant snooze-fest this season as the club hasn't even managed to win 40 games yet and it is mid-August.
But literally falling asleep at the game?
That's a different story.
Cameras caught a father and his young son catching up on some sleep during the sixth inning of Sunday afternoon's game against the Texas Rangers at Minute...
HOUSTON (AP) -- The fate of a plan to renovate the Houston Astrodome, an iconic stadium that's fallen into disrepair since it was shuttered four years ago, will be in the hands of voters this fall.
Harris County commissioners on Tuesday approved placing a measure on the Nov. 5 ballot that will ask voters to authorize up to 217 million in bonds to pay for a plan to turn the stadium...
The Tampa Bay Rays have bolstered their bullpen, claiming durable lefty Wesley Wright off waivers from the Houston Astros.
The Rays made the move Monday. Tampa Bay is in the thick of the races for the AL East and the wild-card spots.
Wright is expected to join the Rays for Tuesday night's home game against Seattle.
The 28-year-old Wright is 0-4 with a 3.92 ERA and leads AL...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Yu Darvish was nearly perfect against the Astros once again, taking a no-hit bid into the eighth inning and striking out a career-high 15 to lead the Texas Rangers over Houston 2-1 Monday for their eighth straight win.
Darvish dominated the Astros until Carlos Corporan lined a home run into the right-field seats with one out in the eighth for Houston's only hit...
Yu Darvish was nearly perfect against the Astros once again, taking a no-hit bid into the eighth inning and striking out a career-high 15 to lead the Texas Rangers over Houston 2-1 Monday for their eighth straight win.
Darvish dominated the Astros until Carlos Corporan lined a home run into the right-field seats with one out in the eighth for Houston's only hit.
Your browser does not support iframes. Texas Rangers stud pitcher Yu Darvish was at it again on Monday, striking out 15 Houston Astros and taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning of Texas’ 2-1 win at Minute Maid Park. Darvish, who leads all MLB pitchers in strikeouts, went eight innings allowing one walk, one hit, […]
Tweet Yu Darvish pitching against the Houston Astros is unfair. We saw evidence of this during the 2013 season’s first game when he took a no-hitter into the ninth inning, losing it with just one out to go. That night he had 14 strikeouts during his 8.2 innings of work. Monday, it was the […]