6/17/2013 | After signing, Thurman gets big league treatment
Astros second-round pick Andrew Thurman isn't a Major Leaguer yet, but his experience in Minute Maid Park during Monday's pregame mirrored the routine of one. After all, Thurman, the No. 40 overall pick, has a pro contract now, inking a deal with Houston on Monday.
6/17/2013 | Crowe supplants Paredes as starter in right field
Trevor Crowe has overtaken a struggling Jimmy Paredes as the starter in right field for the time being, Astros manager Bo Porter said Monday.
6/17/2013 | Astros 'fully engaged' in talks with No. 1 pick Appel
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Monday the club is "fully engaged" in contract talks with No. 1 overall pick Mark Appel, the right-handed pitcher from Stanford, and hopes to be able to complete a deal this week.
6/17/2013 | Sharp early, Norris endures rough sixth in defeat
Bud Norris was cruising through five scoreless innings and was one out away from finishing the sixth unscathed when the White Sox loaded the bases. Dayan Viciedo then cleared the bases with a three-run triple that sent the White Sox to a 4-2 win over the Astros on Monday night at Minute Maid Park.
6/16/2013 | Late blast helps lead Astros past White Sox in Houston
After Jason Castro's two-run blast in the seventh inning and another deep outing from starter Dallas Keuchel, Houston held back a ninth-inning rally to beat the White Sox, 5-4, on Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
6/16/2013 | Astros players share Father's Day memories
For many Astros, Father's Day and baseball are inextricably linked, with their dads being an integral part of their careers dating all the way back to childhood tournaments.
6/16/2013 | Astros haven't had much need for long relief lately
Astros manager Bo Porter has one of the best problems in baseball. He can't seem to get his bullpen enough work.
6/16/2013 | Astros go for four-game sweep vs. White Sox
Bud Norris heads to the mound as the Astros go for a four-game sweep against Jose Quintana and the White Sox on Monday at Minute Maid Park.
6/15/2013 | Astros reach deals with four '13 Draft picks
The Astros signed four of their selections -- Conrad Gregor, Jacob Nottingham, Jon Kemmer and Ronnie Mitchell -- from the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, Houston director of amateur scouting Mike Elias announced Saturday.
6/15/2013 | Blackley shares special moment with son
Father's Day came early this weekend for one Astros pitcher. Reliever Travis Blackley got to pitch in front of his son, Tristan, in a Major League game for the first time.
6/15/2013 | Pitch, Hit & Run finalists compete at Minute Maid
Baseball's future was on display Saturday morning at Minute Maid Park, as 22 boys and girls between the ages of 7-14 participated in the Astros' championship of Major League Baseball's Pinch, Hit & Run competition.
6/15/2013 | Report: Astros and top pick Appel reach agreement
The Astros have reached an agreement with No. 1 overall pick Mark Appel, according to a CBSSports.com report.
6/15/2013 | Astros seek fourth straight vs. White Sox southpaw
Left-handers Hector Santiago and Dallas Keuchel will square off Sunday when the White Sox and Astros meet up for a Father's Day tilt at Minute Maid Park.
6/15/2013 | Altuve needs fan support for trip to All-Star Game
Astros second baseman Jose Altuve faces an uphill climb if he's going to be elected to the American League All-Star team. Altuve ranked fifth among AL second basemen with 734,896 votes in the latest polling released Saturday.
6/14/2013 | Maxwell not a given in center when he returns
Despite weeks of talk to the contrary, Justin Maxwell may not be the starting center fielder for the Astros when he finishes his rehab assignment from a fractured left hand suffered in April, manager Bo Porter said Friday.
6/14/2013 | Porter managing lineup against southpaws
With four White Sox southpaws starting against the Astros, manager Bo Porter has some tough lineup decisions to make until Monday. On Friday, Carlos Pena and Jason Castro were held out of the starting lineup.
6/14/2013 | Crane 'optimistic' about long-term TV deal
Astros owner Jim Crane is "optimistic" that a deal between Time Warner and CSN Houston to get Astros games on more televisions in the Houston area will be finalized before this season is over.
6/14/2013 | Astros agree to deal with second-round pick
Right-handed pitcher Andrew Thurman, taken by the Astros with the first pick of the second round in last week's First-Year Player Draft out of UC-Irvine, told MLB.com on Friday he had agreed to a contract with the Astros and was set to sign early next week.
6/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: June 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
6/13/2013 | Gregor among 10 Astros signings
The Astros signed their highest Draft pick to date when they agreed to terms on Thursday with Vanderbilt University first baseman/outfielder Conrad Gregor, a source confirmed for MLB.com.
6/13/2013 | Clemens' success a product of dad's early dedication
The stress that comes with being a special agent in the FBI was quickly washed away for Michael Clemens when he would come home from work and see his son, Paul, waiting in the driveway with a baseball glove and ball in hand in anticipation of some catch.
6/13/2013 | Astros return home behind Bedard against White Sox
The Astros return to Minute Maid Park after a tough road trip, hosting the White Sox on Friday. Erik Bedard starts for Houston, opposing Chicago's Chris Sale.
6/13/2013 | Astros end losing streak behind big ninth-inning rally
The Astros exploded for six runs in the ninth for a 6-1 win in the series finale against the Mariners in Seattle, avoiding the sweep and ending a six-game losing streak.
6/12/2013 | Astros sign fifth-round pick Kemp
The Astros have signed fifth-round Draft pick Tony Kemp, a second baseman out of Vanderbilt University. He's the highest Astros Draft pick to have signed so far, doing so on the same day he was name a first-team All-American by Baseball America magazine.
6/12/2013 | Martinez's multi-hit game comes up big Tuesday
As bad as things looked for Houston's offense during Tuesday's 4-0 loss in Seattle, things could have been much worse. J.D. Martinez's two hits were all that stood between Mariners starter Aaron Harang (5.60 ERA) and a no-hitter.
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