Author: Chandler Rome

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The Astros lost a pair of 2015 draft picks, righthanded reliever Riley Ferrell and outfielder Drew Ferguson, in the major league portion of Thursday's Rule... [Read More]
Inside his team's swanky suite high atop the Delano Las Vegas on Wednesday night, armed with the controlled approach that made the Astros' winter meetings... [Read More]
Though considerable attention is focused on the Astros' starting rotation and how it will replace the 500 innings lost to free agency or injury, general... [Read More]
Charlie Morton, who won Game 7 of the 2017 World Series for the Astros, has agreed to a two-year, $30 million deal with the Tampa... [Read More]
Astros manager A.J. Hinch said Tuesday he will play Diaz, whom Houston acquired in a trade with Toronto last month, at all four infield positions... [Read More]
Tony Sipp's departure into free agency leaves Houston with a returning bullpen of all righthanders. Luhnow acknowledged Tuesday the organization has at least broached the... [Read More]
Charlie Morton, who collected the most famous out in Astros history while earning the affection of championship-starved fans by resurrecting his career beset with ineffectiveness... [Read More]
After the Astros completed a three-game American League Division Series dismantling of the Cleveland Indians, five days elapsed before Boston's prolific offense broke Houston's hellish... [Read More]
Two and a half miles from baseball's offseason summit, where the Astros are mulling whether Kyle Tucker is their immediate answer in left field, the... [Read More]
Between each of his 20 pitches, each bend of his knee and deep breath on the mound on which he made his name, boos rained... [Read More]
Takeaways from the Astros' 10-5 victory over the Angels at Minute Maid Park:... [Read More]
Against three Angels relievers in the eighth inning, they scored nine times. A 5-1 deficit became a 10-5 win, keeping pace while the Oakland Athletics... [Read More]
Mike Fast, the Astros' director of research and development, said Friday he has left the organization. [Read More]
Carlos Correa was shut down for the remainder of the Astros' final regular-season home stand. [Read More]
The most preposterous inning of the Astros' World Series title defense lasted more than one hour. Fourteen runs were scored between two teams. A pitcher's... [Read More]
"It's not the end goal, obviously," manager A.J. Hinch said. [Read More]
While he wades through one of the worst slumps of his three-year major league career, and as his team competes for an American League West... [Read More]
After discontinuing their affiliation with the Fresno Grizzlies earlier this week, the Astros announced they have entered into a four-year player development contract with the... [Read More]
Tony Sipp sits atop a bench adjacent to the bullpen phone that now more frequently summons him to work. The dugout is empty. Three hours... [Read More]
Four Astros minor league coaches will not return to the organization in 2019. [Read More]
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