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Houston Chronicle Jul 23, 2015

Hank Conger has liked what he’s seen of Scott Kazmir

Hank Conger has spent his entire MLB career in the AL West. Five years and 251 games with the Los Angeles Angels. One season and 39 games with the Astros. With his new team trying to catch his old club in the division standings, the Astros’ backup catcher has a unique perspective on Scott Kazmir. […]

DENVER – Prince Fielder on Monday explained his reaction to Houston catcher Hank Conger verbally challenging Rougned Odor, which led to a bench-clearing scrum Saturday night. “I look up and I see somebody bigger than my teammate standing over him …

DENVER – Prince Fielder on Monday explained his reaction to Houston catcher Hank Conger verbally challenging Rougned Odor, which led to a bench-clearing scrum Saturday night. “I look up and I see somebody bigger than my teammate standing over him …

Benches clear late in Rangers game, managers have intense words, separated by players

Houston Astros catcher Hank Conger didn’t appreciate how long it took Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor to get in the box in the top of the ninth inning. Conger and Odor then exchanged words, only to be quickly broken up …

Astros Player News

  • Scott Kazmir

    A's still winless since Kazmir trade

  • Jose Altuve

    Jose Altuve's walkoff homer lifts Astros over Boston 5-4

  • Carlos Correa

    Astros rookie Carlos Correa continues recent hot streak

  • Collin McHugh

    Ex-Mets pitcher Collin McHugh compares Houston Astros fans to Mets fans and guess who loses

  • George Springer

    Springer’s swing may return in full sooner than Lowrie’s

  • Vince Velasquez

    Rookie Vince Velasquez excels in first bullpen duty for Astros

  • Lance McCullers

    Lance McCullers settles down after shaky start vs. Red Sox

  • Jed Lowrie

    Astros manager A.J. Hinch wants Jed Lowrie to get more defensive work during rehab stint

  • Scott Feldman

    Astros veteran Scott Feldman not impressed with Rangers’ Odor

  • Luis Valbuena

    Preston Tucker not seen as option at first base