The Astros discovered that a member of their staff might have come in direct contact with a person who has the coronavirus. As a result, the club canceled its scheduled workout on Saturday in an abundance of caution.
Joe Smith has yet to report to camp, which leaves a hole in the Houston Astros bullpen. The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to create a number of roster holes for teams this season, either temporarily or for the duration of the campaign.
Houston Astros pitcher Ryan Pressly’s contract is affected by the shortened season. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic putting the 2020 season on hold, Houston Astros relief ace Ryan Pressly was set to earn $8.75 million this season in the first year of the contract extension he signed in March of 2019.
Brian Cariota, a paramedic who was working in the Houston Astros ' dugout during the 2019 American League Championship Series, is suing the team after being struck in the head by a foul ball in Game 2 against the New York Yankees ...
We take a closer look at the Houston Astros 2021 regular season schedule. Depending on how things go with the COVID-19 pandemic, Houston Astros fans might not get to visit the new fan zone in the upper deck in right field at Minute Maid Park until 2021.
Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander looks ready for this season and the next decade. Justin Verlander has thrown three no-hitters in his career, with the most recent coming last season with the Astros.
MLB needs to drastically improve COVID-19 testing for the sake of all players, including the Houston Astros. I’m as excited for the return of baseball as anyone, but the ability of this season to take place is at risk.
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports In Forrest Whitley, Abraham Toro, and Kyle Tucker, the Astros can have three very productive players for the long run. The 2020 MLB regular season will clearly be a peculiar one.
Houston Astros top prospect Forrest Whitley looked good in live batting practice. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic putting the entire sports world on hold, one of the more important things Houston Astros fans were looking forward to this season is how top prospect Forrest Whitley would fare.
The absence of Josh James and Jose Urquidy could alter the Houston Astros rotation. As we count down toward the start of the regular season, the Houston Astros starting rotation could look a little different that we anticipated.
As we move closer to baseball actually returning, there’s a topic that I’d like to visit. I’m sure you guys have seen quite a few players, reporters, betting sites and fans calling for the Astros to be thrown at this year.
Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports Here are some pros and cons There will be a baseball season, it seems At least as things stand now, baseball should resume July 23rd, The schedule was released yesterday and the Astros begin July 24th against the Mariners.
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane sidestepped providing a direct response when asked by the media Wednesday about Major League Baseball’s investigation into sign-stealing allegations involving the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox.