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Astros Keep Big Part Of 2015 Postseason Team

Houston (CBS Houston) – One of the biggest cogs of the Astros push to get to the postseason was the hot bat of outfielder Colby Rasmus. 321 more words


Astros Meet & Tweet/Social Media Night Recap

Hi and welcome back to Mission Control! As we get down to the final home games, I wanted to take a few minutes to do a quick recap of our first annual Astros Meet & Tweet/Social Media Night which we hosted last Friday, September 18 before the Astros-A’s game. 288 more words

Luhnow: We're As Good As Any Team In The American League

Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow joins Nate & Creight. They dicuss the acquisition of reliever Oliver Perez and how he fits into the pitching rotation, the moves Luhnow has made in the last month, his thoughts on how Carlos Correa has exploded onto the scene, and the state of the team moving into the playoffs. 6 more words


Houston Astros Excel at the Trade Deadline. Acquire Scott Kazmir, Mike Fiers, and Carlos Gómez

The Houston Astros have surprised everyone not just at the trade deadline, but this season as a whole. The consensus among competent baseball analysts was that the Astros were at least a year away from contending, and probably two. 1,219 more words

Astros Top Prospect Brett Phillips Sad To Go

CBS HOUSTON – Brett Phillips was drafted in the sixth round by the Astros in 2012 at the age of 18. Fast forward to 2015 at age 21 Phillips was the Astros number two prospect per MLB pipeline and the key cog in a deal that netted Brewers Centerfielder Carlos Gomez and Starting Pitcher Mike Fiers. 156 more words

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Astros: History Of Jeff Luhnow Deals

Josh Reese

At the start of Jeff Luhnow’s tenure with the Astros people lets just say where less then pleased with Luhnow, which was not all his fault he was undergoing MASSIVE changes. 895 more words


Luhnow, Hinch Weigh in on New Starting Pitcher

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The newest member of the Astros pitching staff sets the tone for what this team wants to accomplish.

Manager A.J. Hinch talking before the Astros series finale with the Red Sox made it clear the move shows “our organization is all-in on trying to get the most out of this season.” 345 more words