After falling into an early hole, the Astros were able to power their way back against the Indians on Thursday at Progressive Field. Perhaps the team’s hottest hitter — Alex Bregman — and the newest player to the active roster — Jake Marisnick — went deep in back-to-back innings to help Houston pull away.
With injuries to outfielders Josh Reddick and Derek Fisher, only one thing is for certain in the Astros’ outfield: George Springer will start every day. Otherwise, manager AJ Hinch is happy to mix and match. The Astros do have plenty of options. Tony Kemp has been on fire at the plate since he was recalled a week ago, and Jake Marisnick is known for his great glove.
Third baseman Adrian Beltre took time out from his rehabilitation program to make his first visit to the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy in West Dallas on Thursday.
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Fans get excited about top prospects because they represent a club’s best hope for the future. Some are putting themselves in position to be called up later this summer, others may take longer. But keeping up with the farm system is part of being a loyal fan, and here are five intriguing prospects to watch in the American League West. Fans get excited about top prospects because they represent a…
ARLINGTON — The success of the Rangers’ season will not be measured by their won-loss record. General manager Jon Daniels made it clear on Monday that the team’s No. 1 priority will be the continued development of its young players. So far that has been a mixed bag, and Daniels wants it to be better as the Rangers move forward. View Full Game Coverage ARLINGTON — The success of the…
The Astros observed a moment of silence before Friday’s game against the Indians to honor victims of the tragedy at Santa Fe High School — where gunfire began early in the morning and at least 10 people were killed — just 30 miles south of Houston.
J.D. Davis’ ridiculously hot stretch continued on Thursday night as he hit for the cycle in Triple-A Fresno’s 9-6 win over El Paso.The Astros’ No. 9 prospect also took over the MiLB hitting lead as he boosted his average to .425.
Lance McCullers Jr., Jose Altuve and Dallas Keuchel hosted the second annual Team Up for Kids and K9s Event on Thursday night at Tootsies, benefitting the Lance McCullers Jr. Foundation and the Sunshine Kids Foundation. Approximately 400 guests attended the posh event at the upscale women’s clothing store in the Upper Kirby area of Houston.