3:33 AM EDT, Sat April 19, 2014
CSN Houston 1 hour ago
Astros Fall to the A's 11-3

Astros Fall to the A's 11-3

Before the Astros could get two outs, the Athletics had scored seven runs. That was too much to overcome as the Astros lost the series opener to the A's 11-3.
Sacramento Bee 44 mins ago

Astros fall behind early, lose to A's 11-3

Bo Porter's team had already fallen behind big when he lost his temper. Houston Astros' Jarred Cosart pitches to the Oakland Athletics in the first inning of a baseball game Friday, April 18, 2014, in Oakland, Calif. Houston Astros' Jarred Cosart (48)...
Sacramento Bee 1 hour ago

Recap: Oakland vs. Houston

Yoenis Cespedes went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI and Alberto Callaspo added a three-run shot as the Oakland Athletics hammered the Houston Astros, 11-3, in the opener of a three-game set.
Sacramento Bee 1 hour ago

A's come out swinging to beat Astros 11-3

Alberto Callaspo hit a three-run homer and the Oakland Athletics went deep four times to back Sonny Gray's strong pitching Friday night in an 11-3 rout of the Houston Astros. Houston Astros' Jonathan Villar is congratulated after scoring against the Oakland Athletics in the fifth inning of a baseball...

A’s 11, Astros 3

The A’s locked up reliever Sean Doolittle with a contract extension Friday afternoon, just hours before prized prospect Sonny Gray showed once again that he also has the makings of a franchise cornerstone. Gray kept the Astros in check for… Continue Reading →
Evan Drellich / Houston Chronicle 3 hours ago

Flu bug making its rounds in Astros’ clubhouse

OAKLAND — Astros manager Bo Porter said Friday afternoon that Chad Qualls was the last of his players dealing with flu-like symptoms, and Qualls was feeling better even as of Thursday. The manager himself dealt with the bug early in the week — and it seems it hasn’t fully run its course yet. Left fielder […]
CSN Houston 49 mins ago

Astros downplay Lowrie incident

It certainly appeared that Jed Lowrie helped to fire up the Astros when he attempted a base hit via bunt in the first inning.
Athletics Nation 1 hour ago

Game #16: Big numbers from Cespedes and Reddick power A's past Astros; Jed Lowrie doesn't play fair

In what would be a Houston-included blowout for the A's, tonight's game featured four home runs for the A's, ten walks for the A's, redemption for Josh Reddick, and strong words for Jed Lowrie by the Astros' manager, Bo Porter. Okay, if I were to recap this game in the style in which it was announced,...

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Andy Simunic, a utility player who pitched once, is back from Tommy John surgery at OKC

OAKLAND — Doing everything to help your team can sometimes hurt you. Andy Simunic, 28, was added to Class AAA Oklahoma City’s roster this week. An Astros’ 17th-round draft choice in 2008, Simunic isn’t a top prospect. He’s a utility man and lifetime .276 hitter in the minors who’s played every position except catcher. That […]
CSN Houston 11 hours ago

Astros face tough task in Oakland

The Astros will try to get their offense going this weekend against the A's, the team with the American League's lowest ERA.
CSN Houston 14 hours ago

(VIDEO) Porter thinks hard before answering

Bo Porter takes 17 seconds to measure his response to a question about Matt Dominguez's baserunning blunder.
Sacramento Bee 16 hours ago

Houston Astros (5-11) at Oakland Athletics (10-5), 10:05 p.m. (ET)

Sonny Gray tries to continue his impressive start to the season on Friday when the Oakland Athletics start a three-game series against the Houston Astros at O.co Coliseum.
CSN Houston Apr 18, 2014

Eventful second day for Springer in MLB

Astros rookie George Springer had an eventful second day in the big leagues.
CSN Houston Apr 18, 2014

Bass gives bullpen some relief

Without a doubt, Anthony Bass was the bright spot for the Astros on Thursday night.
CSN Houston Apr 18, 2014

Astros struggle against James Shields

The Astros' offense struggled against a dominant James Shields on Thursday night.
Houston Chronicle Apr 18, 2014

Astros report: Valdes finally gets his shot in bullpen

Situational lefthander Raul Valdes, who was expected to make the opening-day roster until the Astros claimed outfielder Alex Presley in late March, will get his chance to capitalize now that Kevin Chapman has been optioned to Class AAA Oklahoma City. The Astros purchased Valdes’ contract from OKC on Thursday in time for him to join […]
CSN Houston Apr 17, 2014

Instant replay: Astros get swept by Royals

James Shields struck out 12 Astros batters on Thursday in a Houston loss to Kansas City for the third straight game.
Houston Chronicle Apr 17, 2014

Astros’ losing streak hits four after being swept by Royals

Scott Feldman’s expression hardly changed Thursday night as yet another game quickly unraveled for the Astros. The big righthander just went through the worst eight days of his life, but you couldn’t tell by his mound presence. The record will show that the Astros lost yet again, but Feldman’s teammates could learn from the demeanor […]
Houston Chronicle Apr 17, 2014

Scouting report: Astros at Oakland Athletics

Three things to watch in the Astros’ upcoming series against the Athletics: 1. Second chance: Cy-Falls lefthander Scott Kazmir has re-established his career with the A’s since he spent part of the 2012 season with the independent Sugar Land Skeeters. He will try to improve to 3-0 in the second game of the series. 2. […]
San Jose Mercury News Apr 17, 2014

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