Much like indoor baseball in Houston or an MLB team in Arlington, a Houston Astros–Texas Rangers ALCS was once a dream and is now a reality.
While the Astros found a way to steal the AL West regular-season crown, the Texas Rangers are falling apart at the worst possible time.
After a dominant three-game sweep of AL West rival the Texas Rangers, the Astros are gaining momentum for another MLB playoff run.
A blockbuster deal for Max Scherzer is intended to shore up the Rangers' pitching rotation and keep the team atop the American League West standings.
In the past week, the Rangers have added an ace pitcher and the Astros have lost one. Can Arlington’s MLB team pay its way to competitiveness?
A fan from day one muses on sixty years of joy and heartbreak—and whether winning brings redemption.
Another 100-win season in the books, a chance to return to the World Series for the fourth time in six years—this franchise is special.
As Houston begins its playoff run, let’s pause and appreciate the Cy Young contenders who powered this season’s best team in baseball.