From tossing trash cans to renaming the Astros the “Houston Asterisks,” baseball fans won’t let Houston forget the 2017 cheating scandal.
The All-Star outfielder is headed to Toronto, and however the team tries to replace his production on the field, they won’t be able to replace Springer’s presence.
Family, high-school coaches, and former teammates recall the autograph-hunting, base-stealing baseball youth of Andrew Friedman.
A former McKinney North pitcher’s lawsuit alleges that the sign-stealing scandal ended his career.
Watching Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles take on their bosses feels prescient.
In the wake of the organization's missteps, it must reckon with its culture this offseason.
It’s the players, not the front office, who are giving fans something to cheer for this World Series.
The communal feeling among the fans who forgo seats at Minute Maid Park makes for a singular experience.
After assistant GM Brandon Taubman’s weird behavior following the Houston team's Saturday win, their authorities made things worse.
The MVP of MVPs is still adding to his legendary status.
As Houston begins its playoff run, let’s pause and appreciate the Cy Young contenders who powered this season’s best team in baseball.
They’ve got an outside shot at beating the record—and if their bats stay as hot as they’ve been, they could be World Series contenders.
But what are the odds that they'll make noise come October?
Ben Reiter’s new book offers a comprehensive account of how the Astros became the next American baseball dynasty.
If they keep this up, it’ll be an historic season.
It’s hard not to like these guys.
The new book tells the story of how a team and a city came together in victory after Hurricane Harvey.
”Mavericks” is tough to translate. So is ”Dynamos.” But we imagined ways that we could rename Texas teams in a universal way.
Bobby Vasquez talks about the best job in the world and a very lucky pair of overalls.
John Bateman died in 1996. So how is he tweeting every single day?
"Good news, kids! The Astros have the chance to win the World Series tonight. Oh, and you're not going trick or treating."
Celebrate your fandom under your pants. If you must.
With the team in the World Series for the first time since 2005, it’s time for you to fake it 'til they make it.
Rooting for the ’Stros in enemy territory.
Astros, don’t make Art Acevedo wear a Yankees jersey.
The teams couldn’t come to an agreement about how to relocate the series after Harvey, and there's been serious backlash.
Nobody expected much out of the Astros this year, but a month into the season, the team is sitting pretty atop the AL West, five games above .500. How did that happen?
If you're a flailing sports franchise, giving people another excuse to make fun of you isn't hard—but alienating fans is probably a bad idea.
One week after floating trial balloon, Houston Astros owner Jim Crane assures season ticketholders that the team name shall remain the same.
Jeff Luhnow named the new statistician Sig Mejdal the team's “Director of Decision Science.”