Houston Astros: It Was A Very Good Year

October 1, 2014

By Will Martin 2013 was the year of the League switch. 2014 was the year of the first ever batting title for a Houston Astro. A person who plays the game the right way, every […]

Astros Chasing Records And Making History

September 22, 2014

By Will Martin Fan Appreciation Day attracted a crowd of 31,466 for the final home game at Minute Maid Park. A stretch of 31 games in which 27 of them were against teams with playoff […]

Astros Wrap Up The Home Cooking!

September 16, 2014

By Will Martin Less than two weeks remain in the 2014 regular season. A season of growth, progress, and of an upward climb. After three straight 100 loss seasons any kind of upward swing is […]

Houston Astros Continue To Roll

September 9, 2014

By Will Martin One week has now elapsed since the firing of Bo Porter. Even with Tom Lawless in the interim position to finish out September, the Houston Astros continue to play spoiler in the […]

Astros Part with Bo Porter

September 2, 2014

By Will Martin Labor Day came to pass with quite a bit of activity on the heels of the Houston Astros taking three of four from the Texas Rangers, a five game cushion from out […]

Astros Complete Successful Road Trip!

August 25, 2014

By Will Martin Since July 9 the Houston Astros have settled into fourth place in the American League West. After a 51-111 season one year ago it’s safe to say whatever you do in the […]

The Astros Newest Collin Card!

August 19, 2014

By Will Martin It wasn’t until September 13, 2013 that the Houston Astros reached the 51 win mark in their inaugural season in the American League amidst a sea of youth, new management, and a […]

Houston Astros Take A Little Piece Of Yu!

August 11, 2014

By Will Martin Home cooking. When it’s in effect the taste is great. With each success on a given day, every contribution by the kitchen is viable and welcomed. Of late the kitchen of Minute […]

Houston Astros: Riding That Gravy Train Home

August 4, 2014

By Will Martin Note how active certain teams were on the day of the Trade Deadline last Thursday (Oakland, Boston, Detroit) to help ensure their chances at post-season success. Never mind the scenarios with some […]

Houston Astros: Bit by Injury Bug

July 28, 2014

By Will Martin Going into the All-Star break the Houston Astros were ahead of schedule when compared to the 2013 team that would not get win number 40 until the middle of August. The wins […]

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