11:32 PM EDT, Fri October 24, 2014

Astros to add Cardinals scout Charlie Gonzalez as special assistant

The Astros have poached another Bird. General manager Jeff Luhnow will add Charlie Gonzalez, a Florida-based scout for the St. Louis Cardinals, as a special assistant, according to a person familiar with the hiring. Contracts around baseball typically expire Oct. 31, making Nov. 1 Gonzalez’s expected start date. Gonzalez was responsible for scouting 41st rounder […]

Dallas Keuchel named finalist to win AL Gold Glove

Astros lefthander Dallas Keuchel said in August he had a goal of winning a Gold Glove award. Now he’s one step closer. Keuchel was announced Thursday as one of three finalists in the running for the Rawlings Gold Glove award as an American League pitcher, along with Mark Buehrle of the Toronto Blue Jays and […]
Houston Chronicle Oct 22, 2014

Brent Strom setting the standards for Astros pitchers at all levels

Only two days after his 66th birthday, Astros pitching coach Brent Strom was back in Houston last week. He spent two days in meetings with the Astros’ front office preparing for 2015 and way beyond. Although most major league coaches are essentially off after the season, Strom is working quite a bit this “offseason” from […]

Trey Hillman gives Royals GM Dayton Moore credit for KC’s success

If Trey Hillman had it his way, he’d be watching a World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Kansas City Royals — the teams that most recently let him go. Hillman, hired to be A.J. Hinch’s bench coach with the Astros, made the drive from his home in Liberty Hill to Houston on […]
Washington Post Oct 21, 2014

Nats Journal: Palm Beach County approves funding for Nationals-Astros spring training complex but without a site

After years of searching for a spring training alternative to Viera, the Nationals took their most promising step yet in securing a partnership with a municipality in Florida. Palm Beach County approved $108 million in public funding for a two-team, $135 million complex for the Nationals, who have joined forces with the Houston Astros. But there is a hitch, for now: They have no site. Read full article >>

Palm Beach County approves funding for Nationals-Astros spring training complex but without a site

After years of searching for a spring training alternative to Viera, the Nationals took their most promising step yet in securing a partnership with a municipality in Florida. Palm Beach County approved $108 million in public funding for a two-team, $135 million complex for the Nationals, who have joined forces with the Houston Astros. But there is a hitch, […]
CSN Houston Oct 21, 2014

Astros find financing for new spring training complex

Palm Beach County approved the financing on Tuesday for a new spring training facility for the Astros and Nationals.
Houston Chronicle Oct 21, 2014

Astros have 90 days to find spring training site in West Palm Beach area

The Astros and Nationals received an encouraging vote on funding for a new spring training facility in the West Palm Beach, Fla., area, but are now on the clock to find a site to build a new complex for the two teams. The Palm Beach County Commissioners voted 5-2 to approve $135 million in hotel […]
CSN Houston Oct 20, 2014

Bumgarner against Shields in World Series opener

A six-pack won't be enough for Madison Bumgarner if the San Francisco Giants win the World Series.

Dave Hudgens hired by Astros

Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY SportsThe Astros have hired former Mets hitting coach Dave Hudgens. NEW YORK -- Former Mets hitting coach Dave Hudgens has been hired by the Houston Astros for that role. Hudgens was fired by the Mets on May 26, during his fourth season on Terry Collins' staff. The Astros hired Gary Pettis, another former Mets coach, as third base coach for new manager A.J. Hinch. Lamar Johnson, who finished the season as Mets hitting coach, will be reassigned to the minors.
CSN Houston Oct 17, 2014

Former KC manager Hillman joins Astros' staff

SEATTLE (AP) Former Kansas City manager Trey Hillman will be the bench coach for new Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch.
CSN Houston Oct 17, 2014

Astros add four new faces to coaching staff

The Astros have added four new coaches to their staff under new manager A.J. Hinch, general manager Jeff Luhnow announced Friday.

Rich Dauer to join Astros as first base coach

The Astros will name veteran coach Rich Dauer to be their infield and first base coach, according to people familiar with the hiring. Pat Listach, the team’s well regarded infield coach, was told Friday he would not return, Listach said.
Houston Chronicle Oct 16, 2014

Rangers hire John Banister as manager

Jeff Banister, who played at La Marque, Lee College and the University of Houston, has been hired as manager of the Texas Rangers, the Dallas Morning News and others are reporting. Banister was also a candidate for the Astros job, which went to A.J. Hinch. Banister, who still lives in the Houston area, has been […]
CSN Houston Oct 14, 2014

Report: Hillman to be named as Astros bench coach

The Astros' staff will soon include former Kansas City Royals manager Trey Hillman as the team's new bench coach, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Astros Player News

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  • Nick Tropeano

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  • Tony Sipp

    Tony Sipp

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  • Dexter Fowler

    Dexter Fowler

    Dexter Fowler to work more with Barry Bonds in offseason

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    Brad Peacock

    What’s on Tap for Friday, Sept. 26

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