The Astros trimmed their Spring Training roster to 33 players on Sunday. Five players were sent to Minor League camp.
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Astros manager A.J. Hinch lined up his starting rotation prior to Sunday's game with the Braves. He said that the rotation is essentially set for the beginning of the 2018 regular season.
Stassi lays out for bunt popup
Astros superstar Jose Altuve is close to signing a five-year extension worth $150 million that begins in 2020, MLB.com has learned. The club has not confirmed the report.
Spring Training, particularly for veteran pitchers like Charlie Morton, is a time to experiment with pitches. Morton, at 34 years old, is looking to add a changeup to his diverse repertoire.
It was expected for much of Spring Training that left-hander Tony Sipp would earn the final spot in manager A.J. Hinch's bullpen. Granted, if he does make the Astros' Opening Day roster, he would be the lone southpaw reliever.
Jose Altuve is that player that comes along once every generation or so, that player who helps define an entire sport with his greatness and desire, professionalism and humility, decency and everyman quality. That's why the Houston Astros did what they did on Friday in announcing a five-year, $151-million extension for the reigning American League Most Valuable Player.
Who do the Astros have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Houston's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. seemed to feed off the hometown Tampa crowd Friday with yet another solid spring outing, going 4 1/3 shutout innings vs. the Yankees and only allowing one hit and a walk while striking out five.
There's Justin Verlander and his wife, Kate Upton. Carlos Correa and his fiancee, Daniella Rodriguez. There's Lance McCullers Jr. and his wife, Kara. And now the Astros have to make room for another power couple.
Nothing seems to rattle Astros rising star Kyle Tucker -- not even his homecoming party Friday night against the Yankees.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Astros' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
By nearly every indication, Dallas Keuchel is prepared for the 2018 regular season to begin. Thursday's Spring Training victory over the Nationals was just the latest sign the left-hander is ready.
Still on track to return to the Astros in mid-April, first baseman Yuli Gurriel is beginning to partake in infield drills as he recovers from a left hand injury.
Jack Flaherty looked to be in midseason form as he cruised through a dominant start in the Cardinals 1-0 loss to the Orioles on Thursday afternoon. Flaherty fired five innings of one-run ball, giving up just three hits while striking out eight.
The Rocket takes 'First Shot' at Rockets game
Astros right-handed relievers Brady Rodgers and Jandel Gustave are both making progress as they work their way back from Tommy John surgery. Rodgers, who had his operation a month earlier than his bullpen mate, naturally, is slightly ahead in his recovery.
The baseball world lost a coaching legend on Thursday. Augie Garrido, a five-time College World Series champion with Cal State Fullerton and Texas, died early Thursday morning at age 79.
As is typical with early Grapefruit League contests, the first couple of innings featured frontline starters. Then clubs trotted out an assortment of prospects whose numbers generally started with at least a 5, but more than likely a 6, 7 or 8. Well, it's not late February anymore, and Houston newcomer Gerrit Cole is glad to be getting in the work.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch likes what he has seen from his entire squad so far in Spring Training. He also likes to see a good pitching matchup, regardless of when it occurs. And most of all, he likes winning.
Calling their World Series win over the Dodgers "a victory for the ages," President Donald Trump praised the Astros for being champions on and off the field while welcoming them to the White House on Monday.
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa was not in attendance for Houston's trip to the White House in celebration of its 2017 World Series championship on Monday. Instead, he was helping gather supplies to aid the hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico.
Astros third baseman J.D. Davis was among top prospect performers on Tuesday.
We took a shot at predicting the Astros' 25-man roster a little more than a month ago and are happy to report we've nailed it. Well, truth be told, it wasn't that hard.
Proclaiming he's healthier now than he was before he nearly died in a harrowing episode in the days following Houston's World Series championship, former Astros first-base coach Rich Dauer certainly hasn't lost any of his sense of humor.
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The Astros' starting pitching has been terrific this spring. One day after Justin Verlander struck out eight of the first 11 batters he faced en route to a dominant five-inning start, Dallas Keuchel retired the first 11 batters he faced in Saturday's 2-2 tie against the Nationals at Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, including five strikeouts.
Carlos Correa's list of accomplishments is extraordinary, especially for someone who will play most of the upcoming season at 23 years old. He's already won a Rookie of the Year Award, started the All-Star Game and hoisted a World Series trophy.
Veteran reliever Hector Rondon, who's appeared in only one Grapefruit League game this spring, threw in the bullpen on Friday afternoon with pitching coach Brent Strom watching closely.
David Paulino was among top prospect performers on Saturday.
The Astros are still banking on an effective Tony Sipp to be in their bullpen at the beginning of the season, which means rediscovering his split-fingered fastball and maintaining an effective fastball-slider combination.
The Astros witnessed the Cubs win their first championship in 108 years in 2016 before being knocked out of the 2017 postseason in the National League Championship Series. After taking home its first title in franchise history in '17, Houston is looking to evade a similar fate.