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The Astros 2017 Starting Rotation Preview

The starting rotation for the Astros has been set for the Opening Series next week. And the majority of the staff is full of familiar faces. Arguably the strength of the Astros in 2015, the starting rotation in 2016 developed a negative perception. That is to be expected though when Dallas Keuchel, the 2015 Cy […] The Astros 2017 Starting Rotation Preview - Climbing Tal's Hill...
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1 day ago

Astros Spring Notes: Dallas Keuchel Takes a Step Forward

Thankfully, the end of Spring Training is near and the Astros will be returning to Houston soon. Look, I have nothing against Spring Training in principal. However, I am happy that meaningful baseball will be played again soon. And the Astros will then embark on hopefully their best season to date. Anyway, that is enough […] Astros Spring Notes: Dallas Keuchel Takes a Step Forward...
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1 day ago

Keuchel ready for Houston's 'bright lights'

In his final tuneup before starting for the Astros on Opening Day, Dallas Keuchel weaved his way through 4 2/3 innings in Tuesday's 7-3 win over the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium.
Via Astros.com
1 day ago

Astros: Dallas Keuchel Named 2017 Opening Day Starting Pitcher

The 2015 Cy Young Award Winner, Dallas Keuchel, will make his third consecutive Opening Day start for the Astros. After a rough 2016 campaign, Dallas Keuchel has been a topic of much discussion regarding his rebound from injury. But Astros manager A.J. Hinch has confirmed Keuchel as his Opening Day starter, showing confidence in the […] Astros: Dallas Keuchel Named 2017 Opening...
Via Climbing Tal's Hill
6 days ago

Astros tab Keuchel for 3rd straight OD start

Astros manager A.J. Hinch announced Friday that lefty Dallas Keuchel will make his third consecutive Opening Day start on April 3 against Seattle.
Via Astros.com
6 days ago

American Leaguers with something to prove in 2017

The American League is, by and large, an even playing field this season across all divisions, with no absolute, runaway favorite among its ranks. This opens it up to be a league that can be won by riding the hot hand or a free agent striving for the career year, or even a resurgent return from an injury candidate. Despite the well-earned reputation of being an offensive-driven league...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Keuchel says he's back following spring debut

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) Houston manager A.J. Hinch wasn't pleased to lose an hour of sleep to daylight saving time on Saturday night, but there was a silver lining. He was giving the ball to Dallas Keuchel for his spring debut. ''We were so excited to get Keuchel on the mound we stole an hour,'' Hinch joked. It worked out quite well, too. Keuchel pitched three scoreless innings...
Via Associated Press
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Keuchel, Astros agree to $9.15 million, 1-year contract

HOUSTON (AP) Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros avoided salary arbitration when the 2015 AL Cy Young Award winner agreed Friday to a $9.15 million, one-year contract following a subpar season. The left-hander, who turned 29 on New Year's Day, was 9-12 with a 4.55 ERA in 26 starts last year and won his third straight Gold Glove after going 20-8 with a career-best 2.48 ERA in...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Keuchel, McCullers will only return if Astros make playoffs

If the Houston Astros want to make the postseason, they’ll have to do it without top starters Dallas Keuchel and Lance McCullers. At 79-71, Houston sits 3.5 games back of the Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles for an AL Wild Card spot. The Astros are 9.5 games back of Texas for the division lead. General Manager Jeff Luhnow spoke with Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle...
Via The Outside Corner
September 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Dallas Keuchel’s Attempts to Adjust Back

Just a couple weeks back, Dave Cameron examined the things that should worry us about Dallas Keuchel. He was more nuanced, but we could break it down into three components: lower velocity, fewer calls on the black, and fewer swings. For a guy that had the third-lowest zone percentage in baseball last year, the latter two seem hugely important for his success. So I asked the Astros’...
Via Fangraphs
May 05, 2016  |  Discuss
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