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Astros television analyst Alan Ashby said his comments on Comcast SportsNet Houston during Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish’s near-perfect game Tuesday were made in lighthearted fashion and were not intended as a slight to the pitcher. After Astros infielderShare Tweet
Box score Three games into their inaugural American League season, the Astros have made history. That’s not to say the Astros will embrace the standards of futility they set after playing their first 51 seasons in the National League. Less than 24 hoursShare Tweet
Humber has strong outing despite absent offenseIn a few days, Philip Humber will appreciate the moment. Standing at the center of Minute Maid Park. Facing the Rangers while wearing a home Astros uniform. Throwing 5 2/3 resilient innings and only allowing one earned during his first start for the fra…Share Tweet
Ranger DH Lance Berkman was quite at home against old clubFormer Astros slugger Lance Berkman slept at his home in Memorial during the opening three game series, making the short drive to Minute Maid Park each day to help the Texas Rangers. And although he now plays for the Rangers, he is clearly still at home…Share Tweet
Gonzalez copes with negative and positive feedback after breaking up perfect gameAstros shortstop Marwin Gonzalez received plenty of complimentary texts after breaking up Yu Darvish’s perfect game with two outs in the ninth, but not all the attention was good. Some folks on Twitter declared him the “most hated man in Texas and JapShare TweetMLB.com Apr 3, 2013Astros pitcher Alex White is bracing himself for the idea he could be headed for Tommy John surgery and a long recovery to get back on the mound.Share Tweet
Skeeters sign former Astros pitcher ElartonThe Sugar Land Skeeters signed three pitchers Wednesday: former Astro Scott Elarton, Sean Gallagher and Bobby Livingston. Elarton, who was the Astros’ first-round pick in the 1994 draft, played for the Astros (1998-2001), Rockies (2001-04, Indians (2004Share Tweet
This Astros Fan Is Cooler Than You Will Ever Bedeadspin.com Apr 3, 2013Send stories, photos, and anything else you might have to more...Share TweetManager Bo Porter made several changes from the opening-night lineup, and the result saw the Astros almost victimized by a perfect game. Jose Altuve, Brett Wallace, Carlos Pena, Justin Maxwell, Chris Carter and Jason Castro started for the second consec…Share TweetWelcome to the American League, Astros. Baseball’s rebuilding, $20 million payroll team returned to reality Tuesday. And Rangers righthander Yu Darvish nearly entered baseball immortality. An almost-perfect, almost-unhittable Darvish fired through 8 2/3Share Tweet