• Health hasn’t been an issue at Astros camp thus far

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Feb 24, 2013
    And the Astros have been fortunate when it comes to health issues. Then the Astros’ prospects took over. The game marks the Astros’ 2013 spring training home opener. The club has no current plans to move, though, and the Astros’ jump to the American League is unlikely to factor into the decision. Turning the page The Moneyball Astros and their expected $25 million opening-day payroll maximized their talent, receiving strong contributions from little-known veterans and multiple prospects . And Porter’s tea...
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    • Astros rally, tie Mets 7-7 in second exhibition of spring training

      KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The Astros started quietly Sunday, trailing a split-squad New York Mets lineup 6-1 heading into the bottom of the fourth inning. Then the Astros’ prospects took over. Speedy Delino Deshields stole second, reached third on a throwing
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    • First pitch: Astros set for spring training home opener against Mets

      KISSIMMEE, Fla. - The Astros host the Mets at 1:05 p.m. ET Sunday at Osceola County Stadium. The game marks the Astros’ 2013 spring training home opener. The Mets are using a split-squad roster. Astros starters: M. Gonzalez SS, Altuve 2B, Pena 1B, Wal
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    • New energy gets Astros off to bright start

      CLEARWATER, Fla. - To Bo Porter, intensity is a light switch. If the Astros never flip the switch on, the young rebuilding club will never stand a chance in 2013. And if the Astros wait until midway through the regular season to see if their light even
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    • Astros start off right, down Phillies 8-3 in AL spring training debut

      Box score CLEARWATER, Fla. — It wasn’t the real thing. But it was a start. And for a widely derided Astros team featuring a new manager, uniforms and league, Bo Porter gladly accepted his new club’s first spring training win of 2013. Led by second b
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    • First pitch: Astros’ American League history begins with NL Phillies

      CLEARWATER, Fla. - The Astros’ American League history officially begins Saturday, with a 1:05 p.m. ET spring-training matchup against the Philadelphia Phillies at Bright House Field. The contest marks Bo Porter’s debut as Astros manager. “I’m m
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