• First pitch: Castro and Dominguez out

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Sep 6, 2013
    “He’s out today for sure,” Bo Porter said of Castro. “He’s out and Dominguez out.” Dominguez actually came back in and he’s a little bit better, but he’s not well enough to play. "It feels a lot better today," Castro said Wednesday. Castro, his knee is day-to-day. According to Dominguez, the team’s medical staff told him Thursday that they believe he has a sinus infection. Castro, who on Tuesday had an inflamed cyst on his knee drained, was out of the lineup for the third straight game Thursday as the Ast...
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    • Astros report: Jason Castro returns to lineup hitting cleanup

      By Eric Gilmore After missing three games with an injured right knee, All-Star catcher Jason Castro returned to the lineup Friday night as the designated hitter, batting fourth against the Athletics. “It’s feeling good and hopefully it will continue to …
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    • First pitch: Krauss up; Castro, Grossman, Dominguez down

      After having another starter suffer an injury Tuesday night, the Astros called up Marc Krauss early Wednesday morning from Class AAA Oklahoma City. Krauss was inserted immediately into the starting lineup as the Astros’ designated hitter for the series …
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    • Final pitch: Castro has knee cyst drained, Villar pulled early, Grossman hurt

      The Astros got some good news Tuesday when an MRI on All-Star catcher Jason Castro’s sprained right knee revealed no structural damage. Nonetheless, he needed to have a cyst drained near the medial collateral ligament area of the knee. “The cyst was int…
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