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#AskLuhnow Astros Twitter Takeover - October 15, 2014

And we are ready to start #AskLuhnow! pic.twitter.com/kFgVkxtuKJ

— Houston Astros (@astros) October 15, 2014

Hi all! Earlier this afternoon, General Manager Jeff Luhnow took over…

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Red & Orange Report *Special* Astros Season Finale Review

Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle joins Josh Reese & Ben DuBose as they recap the Astros season and offer a look ahead to what is on the horizon for the now 70 win club.


Hinch Named Astros Manager

After meeting with 10 candidates, the Astros announced on Monday that A.J. Hinch would become the club’s 18th manager.

“I’ve known A.J. for a long time,” Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said at a Monday evening press conference at Minute Maid Park. 396 more words


McLane Thinks He Left Crane, Luhnow, Astros A Good Farm System; He's Wrong

MaD Radio on Sports Radio 610 today featured one of the Meltsier Meltsdowns from co-host Mike Meltser, and for good reason.

Former Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane today penned an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle about, well, nothing in particular, and goes on to… 310 more words


Astros Show Signs Of Life In 2014

When the Astros conclude the 2014 season Sunday afternoon at Citi Field, it will end without a playoff appearance for the ninth straight season, and it will mark the sixth straight year with a losing record, but the end of this season doesn’t feel like the rest. 807 more words


Astros General Manager, Jeff Luhnow: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

It’s a new age in Major League Baseball as data analysis is starting to dominate front office decision-making around the league. More organizations are moving towards taking a statistically-driven approach to managing players, coaches and front office personnel, and Astros owner Jim Crane and General Manager Jeff Luhnow are leading the forefront. 1,649 more words


Luhnow: Correa "ahead of plan" with fibula recovery

By Josh Reese and Ben DuBose
Red & Orange Report

HOUSTON — Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow says top prospect Carlos Correa is ahead of schedule in his ongoing recovery from the fractured right fibula that ended his 2014 season prematurely. 428 more words