After Losing First 3 Games To Rays, Astros Force Game 7The Astros are one win away from their third World Series in four seasons and joining the 2004 Boston Red Sox as the only teams to rally from a 3-0 deficit to win a seven-game series.
Astros Still Alive In ALCS After Carlos Correa's Walk-Off Home RunCorrea drove a pitch from Nick Anderson to straightaway center field, watched the ball for a few steps and then flung his bat.
Surprise: Astros Sweep Twins In Wild Card Series, Advance To ALDS For 4th Straight SeasonCarlos Correa hit a two-out, tiebreaking home run in the seventh inning for Houston, who produced another stifling pitching performance and swept Minnesota with a 3-1 victory Wednesday.
Underdog Astros Rally In 9th Inning To Win Game 1 Of Wild Card Playoff Series At MinnesotaManager Dusty Baker's Astros became the first team in major league history to win a game after reaching the postseason with a losing record.
Dodgers Pitcher Joe Kelly Suspended 8 Games For Throwing Near Alex Bregman's HeadKelly was suspended after throwing a fastball near the head of Houston’s Alex Bregman and mockingly taunting Astros star Carlos Correa.
Astros' Justin Verlander Suffers Forearm Strain, Out At Least 2 WeeksManager Dusty Baker denied a report that said the injury would end Verlander’s season. He said Verlander would be evaluated after two weeks.
Josh Reddick Says Along With Death Threats Following Sign Stealing Scandal, Someone Wished Cancer Upon His TwinsThe Astros knew they were going to be in for a hard time on social media from opposing players and fans, but some of the rhetoric may be going too far.
Angels 3rd Baseman, Native Houstonian Anthony Rendon Talks Forgiveness On Astros Sign-Stealing ScandalWhether it’s a speeding ticket or whatever it might be, some of us are trying to get an edge some way or another in life. They happened to get caught for doing it. You can forgive them, but doesn’t mean you have to forget," said Rendon.
Astros Introduce New GM James Click Following Sign-Stealing Scandal: 'I'm Trying To Bring A Fresh Look'James Click was introduced on Tuesday, taking over for Jeff Luhnow, suspended for a season by Major League Baseball and then fired by Astros owner Jim Crane.
Astros Point To Click To Fill General Manager Position After Sign-Stealing ScandalJames Click, 42, graduated from Yale and wrote for analytics website Baseball Prospectus for several years before being hired by the Tampa Bay Rays.
New Astros Manager Dusty Baker Introduced As 'The Right Person At The Right Time'"He's a person of high integrity. He's a respected leader.  He has great baseball experience and he will earn the players' trust," said Astros owner Jim Crane.