The Astros, who are loaded with superstar talent, are seeking a left fielder for 2018. Manager A.J. Hinch already has a list of candidates who might fill the opening, led by up-and-coming outfielder Derek Fisher.
Harris County commissioners voted Tuesday to move forward with plans for $105 million in renovations to the Astrodome, according to a report by the Houston Chronicle.
The Astros are young, talented and have championship experience. But manager A.J. Hinch doesn’t want his club to get overconfident heading into new season.
The Astros, coming off their first World Series title in history, received multiple awards at the inaugural Houston Sports Awards.
The Astros will enter Spring Training with few holes to fill on their 25-man roster, which doesn’t leave much room for imagination when you’re predicting what the roster will look like on Opening Day.
As is the case every season, the Astros and ARAMARK will introduce several new food items when the 2018 campaign gets underway in April.
When Spring Training gets underway next week, the Astros will have the luxury of having six weeks of Justin Verlander in camp for the first time.
The Astros announced on Wednesday they will visit the White House on March 12 to meet President Donald Trump and be honored for winning the 2017 World Series.
The Astros’ biggest challenge this spring may be to focus on what’s ahead rather than continuing to enjoy winning the franchise’s first World Series championship last October.
After the Astros won the World Series last year, Houston rapper Paul Wall followed through on his offer to buy each one of the players gold “grillz” for their teeth. The Astros will be showing off a little more gold when the regular season starts.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch wasn’t asked about easing injured players back into action. He wasn’t asked if his team could finally beat the Rangers. He wasn’t asked about filling innings at the back end of the club’s rotation, or holes in the bottom of the lineup.