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Despite losing at home yesterday at the hands of the Cleveland Indians, everything has seemed to be clicking recently for the Houston Astros. The team has not lost any of its last six series, the most recent one being from April 25-27 (coincidentally, to the
The Astros are off to the franchise’s best start through 41 games and lead MLB with a 29-12 record entering a 10-game homestand with the Indians, Tigers and Orioles.
A look at the hottest team in baseball as of May 15, 2017. What makes the Houston Astros so darn good?
Two of the best teams in the AL meet this week when the Astros head to the Bronx to take on the Yankees in a four-game series, which includes Derek Jeter’s jersey-retirement ceremony on Sunday.
The Astros are off to a good start after a strong April but start May with a tough test, a four-game series against the Rangers.
The Astros beat the Indians thanks to a complete game by Dallas Keuchel, but Jose Altuve had to leave the game early following a collision with Teoscar Hernandez.
The AL West-leading Astros head to Cleveland to take on the Indians, who are tied for first place in the AL Central, in a three-game series beginning Tuesday.
The Astros came back from a five-run deficit to beat the A’s on Saturday, but SS Carlos Correa left the game after being hit by a pitch on the hand.
The Astros head to Oakland for a three-game series with the A’s starting Friday.
After a pair of runs in the first, and two homers in the second and third, the Houston Astros fell behind the Seattle Mariners 5-0 real quick.
Instead of rolling over and saying we’ll get em next time, the Astros rallied off 10 unanswered runs to overcome the five run deficit.