The Astros have faced every kind of taunt imaginable this year—and it has only brought the team and its city closer together.
Through scandal, roster overhauls, and managerial uncertainty, the AL West division champs just keep winning.
Rival teams and their fans might refuse to move on, but the 2021 Astros are playoff-bound and the city deserves to take pride in its team.
From the Woodlands High School to a Stud First Baseman at Texas State, the MLB star made coaches ask, "What doesn't this cat do?"
The veteran manager has Houston poised for another MLB playoff run, but the team appears lukewarm on retaining him after this season.
The AL West cellar dwellers have used another rebuilding year to audition loads of young talent. They're not winning, but they sure are fun.
The right-hander, the onetime most-feared pitcher in baseball whose career was cut short by a devastating stroke, died last week at 71.
Sam Houston was his only Division I offer coming out of high school. Three years later, the outfielder from Cypress is headed to the Majors.
From tossing trash cans to renaming the Astros the “Houston Asterisks,” baseball fans won’t let Houston forget the 2017 cheating scandal.
It's Opening Day, and the 6'10" journeyman pitcher and former Ranger has a tall task ahead of him as general manager.
The team finished in last place in front of cardboard fans in 2020, but it’s the first in American pro sports to reopen to full capacity.
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.
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?
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?
Spring is in the air, and baseball is on the diamond once again—though the final preseason games between the Rangers and the Astros took place in the musty confines of the Alamodome.
A new survey suggests that Dallas-Fort Worth is 62 percent Texas Rangers fans while only 61 percent call themselves Dallas Cowboys fans.
One week after floating trial balloon, Houston Astros owner Jim Crane assures season ticketholders that the team name shall remain the same.
The Texas Rangers shelled out $51.7 million for the exclusive opportunity to sign the 25-year-old pitcher. Today, they either enter into the baseball convenant, or the Rangers get their money back.
Jeff Luhnow named the new statistician Sig Mejdal the team's “Director of Decision Science.”