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Astros report: Carter proves his progress with three doubles
chron.com Updated Jun 23, 2013
An opposite field-hitting Chris Carter is a dangerous Carter, and the Astros first baseman was trouble Sunday during his club’s 14-6 loss to the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Carter collected four hits during his initial four at-bats, finishing 4-for-5 with th…Share Tweet
CHICAGO — Astros top prospect George Springer will soon be playing alongside Jonathan Singleton and Jarred Cosart. Righthanded pitcher Jake Buchanan and Springer were promoted to Class AAA Oklahoma City on Sunday, according to Class AA Corpus Christi. T…Share Tweet
With trade deadline approaching, should Astros buy, sell or stand pat?Four summers ago, the Astros installed a revolving door at Minute Maid Park. Fans watched with chagrin and dismay as player after player moved on. Some fans were in disbelief while others recognized the house-cleaning was necessary to start the new era.…Share TweetBox score CHICAGO – Jordan Lyles’ mind had quickly switched from confident and calm to cold frustration. The Astros were blowing easy outs. Lyles was pitching worse, not better, during tight situations set up by infield errors. And a club that entered S…Share Tweet
Astros’ Mark Appel could make pro debut in early JulyCHICAGO – Mark Appel has officially started his path toward the major leagues. The No. 1 overall pick of the 2013 MLB amateur draft traveled Sunday to the Astros’ spring-training home in Kissimmee, Fla. He’ll begin a throwing program after meeting with …Share Tweet
Luhnow proud of Astros’ farm system as rebuild enters Stage TwoCHICAGO – On the surface, the Astros’ initial 18 months under owner Jim Crane and general manager Jeff Luhnow have been a baseball failure. The club is 18 games below .500 after Saturday’s win at Wrigley Field and own a lopsided 84-154 overall record si…Share TweetCHICAGO — The day began with second baseman Jose Altuve leaning against the Astros’ dugout railing, pretending he was a flying bird and trying to disrupt Paul Clemens’ focus while the rookie reliever conducted a pregame TV interview. Soon, Altuve was sp…Share Tweet