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Sanchez, Tigers can't hold lead in 10-8 loss to Astros

DETROIT – What started ugly ended ugly for Anibal Sanchez.

Even though the Detroit Tigers right-hander shined in between giving up three runs in the first inning and four runs in the sixth, he left the mound after 5 2/3 innings when Preston Tucker pulled a screaming rocket shot over the rightfield fence at Comerica Park. 383 more words


Astros Rally, Mariners Bullpen Blows It

SEATTLE (AP) — Taijuan Walker did his job, turning around two ugly starts to begin the season for Seattle and finally flashing the success he showed in spring training. 722 more words


Astros Spring Training Camp Battles

By: Grayson Skweres


For the first time in years, the starting lineup heading into spring training looks pretty clear cut.  There are still some spots up for grabs, however, and spring training will answer many of those questions. 879 more words


Astros, Marwin Gonzalez avoid arbitration with a one-year contract

Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that the Astros and utilityman Marwin Gonzalez have avoided arbitration in his first year of eligibility with a one-year deal worth $1.0625 million. 69 more words

Astros Sign Marwin Gonzalez, Avoid Arbitration

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Astros have agreed to terms with Marwin Gonzalez on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration for not only Gonzalez, but for any of their players. 80 more words


Astros Agree To Deals With Castro, Conger, Sipp

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Astros avoided arbitration with Jason Castro, Hank Conger, and Tony Sipp, agreeing to one-year deals with all of them.

Reported values of the deals, through multiple outlets, are $4 million for Castro, $1.075 million for Conger, and $2.4 million for Sipp. 269 more words


Astros "have been pursuing" free agent Jed Lowrie

Two offseasons ago the Astros traded Jed Lowrie to the A’s for Chris Carter, Brad Peacock, and Max Stassi, and now they’re apparently interested in re-signing him as a free agent. 132 more words