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The Houston Astros have been on the road for over a week, and now they are finally about to return home to Minute Maid Park. Although their time on the road started out rough, the Astros were able to finish strong. In fact, the swept the St. Louis Cardinals in back to back games on Tuesday and Wednesday night at Busch Stadium. Houston won in blowouts both times, winning the first game 5 – 2 and the second one 4 – 1. These were much needed victories for the Astros, who will now host the Cincinnati Reds for the next three nights. Tickets to the game on Sunday currently cost $9 and up.
The Houston Astros are in the midst of a slump, losing their last four games in a row. After beating the White Sox in the first two games of a three game series, the Astros fell 2-1 in the final game. They had two tough, close games against their state rival the Rangers, both of which also ended 2-1 after the Astros tried to rally. The final game in that series went to the Rangers with a score 9-2. The Astros will look to change things and regain some winning momentum when they play the Orioles in a three game series at home, starting on May 24. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $3.
With a freshly updated record of 13-21 in the 2016 MLB season, it is already clear the Houston Astros have had better years. It looked like they were finally starting to get some steam going in recent games, beating the Seattle Mariners 5-1 on Sunday and the Cleveland Indians in a crushing 7-1 victory on Monday. Sadly, they looked anything but dominant in their match against Cleveland yesterday. Not only did the Astros lose the game at home; they were shut out completely by the visiting opponents. The 0-4 loss did not sit well with Houston fans. Catch the Astros at home one more time tonight before they hit the road. Tickets are $3 and up.
The Houston Astros suffered a devastating loss last night at the hands of the Seattle Mariners. Houston managed to get the first run in the second inning while on the road at Safeco Field, however things quickly took a turn for the worst. The Mariners went on to score three unanswered runs in the third, fourth, and fifth innings. Unfortunately for the Astros, those three runs were enough to give the Mariners the win. Houston is now 6-14 and fifth in the American League West. They’ll be on a lengthy road trip until their homecoming on Monday, May 2 against the Minnesota Twins. Tickets are available for $4 and up.
In the Houston Astros' final Spring Training game, the team beat the Phillies 8-4. Dallas Keuchel started on the mound and threw only 78 pitches during his seven innings, during which he kept the Phillies from scoring and only allowed two hits and did not walk anyone. Keuchel will be starting on the mound in the season opener on April 4, which will be against the Yankees in New York. After a couple exhibition games at home, the Astros play three games in New York and three in Milwaukee before they finally head home for their home opener on April 11 against the Royals. You can still get tickets to the home opener for prices starting at $43.
3/18/16 - The Houston Astros beat the Blue Jays 7-5 in their latest Spring Training game. The Astros started off strong with three runs in the first inning. Carlos Correa hit a two-run homer in the second inning to add to their lead, and had another homer in the game as well. Preston Tucker also got a homer to help out the team. Michael Feliz got his first start and had three shutout innings to give him a 0.90 ERA in his four appearances. Doug Fister is expected to make his fourth start when the Astros play the Blue Jays again on Friday, March 18. You can still get tickets for this and other Spring Training games, with prices starting at $52.
10/12/15 - Fans of the Houston Astros experienced a true rollercoaster of emotions in Game 4 versus the Royals. The Stros threw three runs on the board in the seventh to take a commanding 6-2 lead at home, and were a mere six outs from a trip to the ALCS. Shockingly, the Kansas City struck back with a five-run eighth to reclaim the lead, forcing the exciting Division Series to a fifth and final game. Game 5 takes place on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium and tickets are still available if you act fast! Be there for Astros vs. Royals with tickets starting at $175 and find out who will advance to the American League Championship Series!
10/6/15 - The analysts may not have guessed that they’d reach the big stage this quickly, but it’s a fact: the Houston Astros are in the American League Division Series. The Stros knocked off A-Rod and the Yankees in New York behind a brilliant pitching performance from Cy Young potential Dallas Keuchel. Houston now advances to the ALDS, where they’ll go toe-to-toe with the speedy Kansas City Royals. The series pits two of baseball’s most capable offenses against one another in a battle for the right to advance to the Championship Series. Games 3 and 4 will be hosted at Minute Maid Park, and tickets are going fast! Get yours today starting at $79!
9/29/15 - The Houston Astros are done with regular home games for this season. In their final home series, they won five of their nine games, which means they finished strong. They still have a set against the Arizona Diamondbacks, however. Their success at the end of the season brought their record to 83-75. There is a chance the Astros will be playing in the American League Division Series, and possibly even the World Series, so be sure to pay attention to any Astros News to learn about dates and tickets. The Astros had an excellent season, so all fans are certainly hoping for some postseason play for one last chance to catch them in action this year.
9/22/15 - The Houston Astros are currently sitting in second place in the AL Western Division, closely following the Texas Rangers who are placed in first. Despite their good standing, the Astros haven’t had a very fruitful month. They suffered from a five-game losing streak, four of those games being against the Rangers. Taking on the Oakland Athletics seemed to pull the Astros out of their slump as they took home two of the three games. This weekend is big for the Astros as they face off against the Rangers again on home turf. Don’t miss your chance to see the number one and number two seeded teams face off Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Tickets are still up for grabs and start around $15 a ticket.
9/15/15 - The Houston Astros have one more chance to beat their intrastate rivals the Rangers when they play the fourth game in a series on the 17th. The Astros lost the first three games, and their second loss pushed the Rangers ahead to first place in the AL West by a half a game. It was a close game that saw the Rangers scoring four runs in the first inning. The Astros rallied to get ahead, but it was not long before the Rangers equalized. In the bottom of the ninth, the Rangers got the winning run for a walk-off victory. The Astros will be looking to get their top spot back when they play the Rangers again and then head home to host the Athletics. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $10.
9/8/15 - The Houston Astros have been struggling lately. Even though they pull off impressive feats, such as winning each game except one in the set against the Minnesota Twins and going 11-5 against the Los Angeles Angels, they intersperse these victories with long stretches of losses. Hopefully the Astros will be able to gain a little consistency to their performance, but it may have to wait until they return from their away series, which ends on September 18th. Once they get back on their own field, they are sure to improve. Tickets for their first game back are already available, starting at $14. Despite their recent setbacks, the Astros have been doing really well this season with a win/loss ratio of 76-64. Be sure to come out and show your support.
9/1/15 - The Houston Astros are one of the strongest teams this season and are holding tight to their number one standing in the AL West division. They currently sit with 73 wins and 59 losses under their belt and are trying to get on a good winning streak to start the month of September. Unfortunately their September 1 game against the Seattle Mariners didn’t go as well as their 8-3 win against them on August 31. Both teams were productive offensively during most every inning of the game. It all came down to a matter of defense for the Astros during the eighth inning and they weren’t able to pull it off when the Mariners scored two more runs to win the game. Watch them live on September 2 for their final game against the Mariners.
8/25/15 - An 0-1 loss to the Yankees ended the Houston Astros' budding winning streak. However, they came back the next night and won 15-1. Carlos Gomez had a three run homer, and Evan Gattis also had a home run. The win makes the 15th win for Dallas Keuchel this season, which makes him the first pitcher to have 15 wins in the AL this season. Tempers flared a bit during the sixth inning when Gomez told the Yankees to "shut up," which brought the benches and bullpens to the field. However, both teams returned to their respective areas without any pushing or shoving. The two teams meet up again on the 26th, and then the Astros head to Minnesota to play the Twins for three games. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $29.
8/18/15 - With just over 50 games remaining on the MLB schedule, nothing’s set in stone. The Houston Astros are definitely feeling good about their position though, as they sit three games ahead of the Angels for tops in the AL West. The Astros have turned it around in 2015, vaulting from the bottom of the barrel into first place with one of the hottest starts in the majors. After fading briefly, they reclaimed their division lead with a strong run behind their trademark dynamic offense. This weekend, Houston will face off with another L.A. team in the Dodgers. The ‘Stros will host at Minute Maid Park, meaning they will have the benefit of the DH position as they try to cushion their division lead. Get your tickets for Saturday night starting at $17!
8/11/15 - The battle continues for first place in the AL West, and for now, the Houston Astros continue to lead the way. The fiery squad holds a two-game advantage over the Angels despite going just 3-7 over their last 10 games. Houston sputtered against their intrastate rivals, dropping three straight to the Rangers before losing three out of four against Oakland. The split a two-game interleague set with the Giants in San Francisco and will now finally head home to Minute Maid Park in hopes of building on their 62-53 record. The ‘Stros will host the Rays at home on Monday the 17th and tickets are on sale right now so you can be a part of the excitement! Erasmo Ramirez is slated to take on newcomer Scott Kazmir and you can claim your seats starting at just $9!
8/4/15 - The Houston Astros were on a roll, but they have been struggling since they began their series of away games. Before leaving town, they had won five of their last six matches, but they have failed to win against the Texas Rangers, despite scoring an impressive nine points in their opening game. While that is disappointing news, the Astros did perform incredibly well, only falling short by a couple runs in each encounter. If they play at that same level once they meet the Oakland Athletics on the field, the Astros will not have anything to worry about. They return to Houston on August 14th to host the Detroit Tigers. You can already get your tickets for their homecoming game starting as low as $15.
7/28/15 - The Houston Astros were on a five game winning streak until they lost the second and third games in a three game series against the Royals. The second game went ten innings before the Royals scored the winning run. However, their winning momentum returned when they opened a three game series against the Angels at home. What started as a close game turned to the Astros favor when they scored two runs in the fourth. A four run sixth inning secured the victory, thanks to Jose Altuve's two run double and a triple by Evan Gattis. The Astros and Angels are tied at the number one spot in the AL West, which should make for some great games. You can catch them live by buying tickets on Razorgator, with prices starting at $14.
7/21/15 - The Houston Astros were able to win two of three games in their most recent series against the Rangers. The first night, the Astros got on the board early, with one run in the second and two in the third and were able to hold the Rangers to just two runs to take the win. The two teams fought a hard battle the next night until the Rangers walked away with the 7-6 victory. The Astros dominated the Rangers the next night in a 10-0 shut out. The Astros have also had a good start to a three game series against the Red Sox with a 8-3 victory. The two teams play again on the 22nd and 23rd, and you can get your tickets today for as low as $15.
7/14/15 - Even thought the Houston Astros have the most wins in their division, they are currently in one of their worst slumps this season. This last series of away games took a big toll on their performance. As it comes to a close, they only managed to win two games. Hopefully their six-game losing streak will also come to a close as they return to their own field for the first time since the beginning of July. Unfortunately, the Astros are only going to be able to enjoy six home games before heading out on the road again. Be sure to catch them in action before they leave town on July 24th. In the meantime, the Astros will be hosting the Texas Rangers and the Boston Red Sox.
7/7/15 - Jose Altuve will indeed represent his Houston Astros in this year’s MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati. The speedy second baseman pulled ahead of Omar Infante of the Royals in the final week of fan voting, propelling him to the first selection of his young career. In regular season news, the ‘Stros have sputtered just a bit in the last week, dropping three out of four as the Angels have run off eight wins in nine games to close the gap between first and second in the AL West. Houston will look to this weekend’s series at Tampa Bay to rebuild their cushion as they tangle with the Rays in a three-game set. Get your tickets for Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field starting at just $15!
6/30/15 - If there was any doubt about whether Jose Altuve was All-Star-worthy, he might’ve erased it as the Houston Astros ran the Royals out of town. Much has been said of Kansas City’s dominance in this year’s Fall Classic fan voting, with perhaps the most controversy surrounding the second base position. Omar Infante is struggling this season, but at last tally, led the voting for second basemen over Altuve who is enjoying an outstanding year. Altuve helped power Houston to their three-game sweep of the Royals, who continue to hold the edge in the AL Central but trail the ‘Stros in the American League overall. Regardless of the All-Star outcome, Houston will focus on their upcoming four-game set with Cleveland beginning on 7/6. Tickets are on sale now for each game—be there Thursday night for just $4!
6/23/15 - Jose Altuve is creeping his way back up the ranks in All-Star voting and is hoping to represent the Houston Astros at this year’s Fall Classic. Meanwhile, the Astros stomped the Angels on Tuesday evening 13-3, jumping out to a 7-0 lead after just four innings and cruising to their 42nd win of the year. The final game of the series would extend to 13 innings, and it would be L.A. ultimately prevailing with a walk-off single to wrap up the four-and-a-half-hour contest. Houston now returns home for seven games starting with a four-game set versus the Yankees this weekend. Who will take the decision on Saturday night when Brett Oberholtzer faces off with vaunted NY starter Masahiro Tanaka? Be there live with tickets starting at $22!
6/18/15 - The Houston Astros are on an exciting roll, winning their last five games, one of the biggest winning streaks in the league. They were able to sweep the Colorado Rockies in their four-game series last week and the Astros want the same results as they face the field against the Mariners this weekend. On June 18, Preston Tucker was an offensive star, driving in three runs to boost the Astros above the Rockies. Domingo Santana also helped offensively as he slammed his first home run past the fences. See if the Astros can add another win to the streak on June 19. Tickets are still available for all weekend games. Friday’s game starts at $32 a piece and Saturday’s game has tickets for $13 a piece.
6/9/15 - Following a scintillating start to the 2015 season, the Houston Astros are slowly heading back toward Earth with seven straight losses courtesy of the Blue Jays and White Sox. Houston will return home after a disastrous road trip, hoping to regain some rhythm after scoring more than three runs just once in their last eight games. The Astros will be hosting Seattle for three games beginning Friday night with a probable pitching matchup of Brett Oberholtzer taking on “King” Felix Hernandez, who will be looking for his 10th win of the season. Tickets are on sale now for Minute Maid Park and you can be a part of action with seats priced as low as $57! You can also check out Saturday’s day game starting at just $19.
6/2/15 - Even after dropping their last game to Baltimore, the Houston Astros remain firmly in control of the AL West—and atop the American League as a whole with 34 wins and 21 losses on the year. The Astros had taken the first three games against the Orioles in Houston but a late homer from Adam Jones lifted the O’s to a 3-2 win to avoid the sweep. Despite their strong record, the ‘Stros had not won a series since taking two of three from Oakland in the period from 5/18 through 5/20. Houston now takes to the road to face the Blue Jays in Toronto, and tickets for Rogers Centre are on sale now! Claim your seats for Friday night’s opener starting from $6 or check out the early game on Saturday with tickets from $9.
5/26/15 - Despite dropping two of three against the Orioles on the road, the Houston Astros maintain a commanding lead in the AL West. Holding a six-game edge over the second-place Mariners, the Astros are ready to open a three-game set against the White Sox on Friday to start off seven straight games at Minute Maid Park. Houston took a 4-1 win sandwiched between a pair of tough one-run losses in Baltimore this week, getting the usual strong production from All-Star candidate Jose Altuve throughout. They will look to return to the win column at home on Friday night when Chicago heads to town. Get tickets for the opening game starting at $26, Saturday afternoon’s matchup from $25, or come out for the early game on Sunday with seats as low as $15!
5/19/15 - The Houston Astros continue to thrive, only taking one loss this last week. After winning half their matches against the San Francisco Giants, the Astros must have hit their stride because they remained undefeated against the Toronto Blue Jays, even managing to rack up eight points in one game. The only blemish on the Astros' recent record was May 18th's matchup against the Oakland Athletics. Since then, Houston has returned strong to blow the Athletics away in their second meet. It remains to be seen how the Astros will perform in their final game. After that, they will be on their way to Detroit to take on the Tigers. They will return on May 29th. Tickets for their homecoming are now available and start at only $17.
5/11/15 - The Houston Astros lead the AL West with a 20-13 record, but they’re on a two game losing streak. In Tuesday’s game against the Giants, Astros’ pitcher Collin McHugh gave up three runs in the second inning, giving the Giants a strong start. After the Giants picked up five more runs in the fifth, the Astros couldn’t make up the deficit. The Giants won 8-1. Astros fans have plenty of opportunities to catch the home team in action at Minute Maid Park in the upcoming week. The Toronto Blue Jays begin a four game series on Thursday (5/14). Tickets start at $10. After the Blue Jays go home on Sunday, the Astros begin a three game series against the Oakland Athletics on Monday (5/18). Get out to the ballpark for some great baseball!
5/5/15 - The Houston Astros have finally ended their winning streak, unfortunately. The entire league is impressed with how well the Astros are doing this season. This loss, against the Texas Rangers, is their first in more than two weeks. This loss brings them to 17-9. While Houston was able to reaches scores as high as 14 or 11 recently, they had trouble passing a single point on May 4th's matchup. The Astros scored in the first inning for an early lead, but that turned out to be their only point. They are still leading the league, but it will be interesting to see how they fare against the Texas Rangers in their upcoming two matches. Tickets for May 6th's game are still available starting at $14.
4/27/15 - Perhaps the biggest surprise in the American League so far in 2015 has been the Houston Astros, who have turned last year’s lowly run into a first-place start to the new season. Currently holding at 12-7, the Astros own the only winning record in a competitive AL West division. Jose Altuve has picked up where he left off last year, racking up hits and stolen bases to help propel a dynamic Houston offense to a sizzling start. The Astros are currently in the middle of a three-game set with the new-look San Diego Padres as they look to build on their division lead with the A’s, Angels, and Mariners all in hot pursuit. Tickets are available for Wednesday’s day game at Petco Park starting at $15, but don’t delay because supplies are limited!
4/22/15 - The Houston Astros are on a roll, with four straight wins. They lost against the Angels on April 17 in the first match up between the two teams. The Astros came back the next night to win 4-0, which made the night for fans as they celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome. George Springer and Robbie Grossman both had home runs in the game. The Astros have dominated the Mariners so far in their three game series that began on April 20. In the last match up, the Mariners were ahead until the Astros came back in the eighth inning with five runs, including three from Jose Altuve's double. The two teams meet one more time on April 22nd before the Astros head to Oakland to meet the A's. Tickets remain available starting at $24.
4/16/15 - The Houston Astros have one more chance to get a win against the Athletics in their three game series. The first game was on Monday, April 13, and the Astros lost 8-1, with a couple errors in the first inning hurting the Astros' chances. The sole run came from a homer by Jose Altuve. They kept the Athletics to fewer runs on Tuesday, with a final score of 4-0. The Astros out hit the Athletics 8-7, but they were unable to turn those hits into any runs. Brad Peacock retuned to the mound after being on the injured list and pitched for five innings. After Wednesday's game against the Athletics, the Astros have a day of rest before hosting the Angels on Friday for another three game series. Tickets remain available, starting at $19.
4/10/15 - The Houston Astros left their home opener with a 2-0 win against the Cleveland Indians. They were hoping to keep their momentum going during the next game on April 8, but unfortunately they lost 0-2. The game on April 8 got off to a slow start. Neither team scored until Carolos Santana from the Indians plowed a ball into home run territory during the fourth inning. Offensively, the Astros weren’t able to pull it together all game. Aviles, from the Indians, exploded a home run in left field in the eighth inning giving the Indians the win. The Astros compete against their state rival, the Texas Rangers this weekend. Don’t miss your chance to see all of the action. Tickets start at $29 a piece.
3/24/15 - With about one week left in the Grapefruit League, the Houston Astros have a 10-8 record, putting them in fifth place. They’re on a two game winning streak, with wins against the Phillies and Marlins. With just four home games lift at their spring training field, Osceola County Stadium, you want to come out and see how the team is lining up. On Friday (3/27), the Astros host the Marlins. On Sunday, wrap up your weekend when you catch the New York Yankees. Tickets start at $43. Monday, the Toronto Blue Jays join the Astros on the field. Tickets start at $16. Their final spring training home game is against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday (4/1). Then the Astros go home to Minute Maid Park for a Friday game against the Kansas City Royals.
3/19/15 - Slugger Chris Carter was the catalyst for the Houston Astros on Tuesday, going 3 for 3 with a pair of doubles and four RBIs to help his team score a win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, 13-7. LHP Jeff Locke got rocked for six runs in his three innings pitched, as the Astros cruised to their seventh win of the preseason. They currently trail only the Miami Marlins in the Grapefruit League, as the storied Texan franchise looks to erase the memories of a woeful 2014 season. Houston will rest Wednesday before taking on the New York Mets on Thursday afternoon. Just a small handful of seats remain for the game at Digital Domain Park in St. Lucie—act now and you can still grab tickets for as low as $15!
3/10/15 - With one week of the Cactus League down, the Houston Astros have a 4 -2 record. In Monday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Astros L. J. Hoes had the only scoring run in the sixth inning. Colin McHugh pitched three great innings for the Astros. On Tuesday, when the Astros hosted the St. Louis Cardinals, the Astros scored four runs in the fourth inning, and took the win 7-6, in a close game. The Astros host the Washington Nationals on Sunday (3/15). Tickets are almost sold out for this game. There are more tickets available for Monday’s game against the Atlanta Braves. Tickets start at $32, but if you’re considering taking the day off, don’t wait to get tickets to catch the game.
3/3/15 - After finishing 18 games out of a wild-card spot in 2014, the Houston Astros have changed their roster going into spring training. The Astros brought in Joe Thatcher, Roberto Hernandez from the minors, and gained eight other players in trade or free agents. The opening games of the Grapefruit League begin this week. The Astros are playing at Osceola County Stadium. On Saturday (3/7), they host the New York Yankees. They turn around on Sunday to host the Atlanta Braves. Tickets for Saturday’s game start at $43, for Sunday’s game just $29. On Tuesday (3/10), take the afternoon off work to watch the St. Louis Cardinals against the Astros. Tickets for this game start at $36. See the Astros’ new lineup in action in these games and make your predictions for their future.
2/26/15 - The Houston Astros are well known for leaving nothing up to chance and it looks like that is not about to change. With the 2015 season right around the corner, ESPN has ranked the Astros as the most analytical team in baseball, not to mention the second most analytical team in professional sports. Fans are already well aware of the intensive number crunching that is always done to try and earn the slightest edge for Houston, and they recently hired a new nine-man statistics team. You will have a chance to see if their efforts are paying off when the preseason starts on March 5th. Alternatively, you can wait until April 6th when the Astros hits the ground running. After their home opening series, they play a few away games, then return to play six home games in a row. There's plenty of opportunities to see the Astros in action.
2/3/15 - Fans had a chance to meet most of the newest Astros players during the annual FanFest, which was held on Jan. 24. New additions Pat Neshek, Luke Gregerson, and Evan Gattis were there greeting fans, as was Jed Lowrie, who is back after two seasons playing in Oakland. The new additions are set to strengthen the bullpen and the offense, and new manager A.J. Hinch is ready to start a promising year. As the old and new Astros spend time preparing for Spring Training, the team just received the green light for building a new facility in Palm Beach County, which will be shared with the Nationals. This year, Spring Training for the Astros begins on March 5 against the Philadelphia Phillies at Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee, Fl. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $22.
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The Astros Have the Potential to Win the Division in 2016
The Houston Astros had one of their best seasons in 2015, making into the playoffs in a wild card berth, but missed out on the division title. After the losses of the prior seasons, it certainly gave their fans more hope for the 2016 season. Early predictions believe that the Astros will take the division title in 2016, and there’s always the hope that they’ll bring home the Series title.
One of the ways the Astros are using to improve is through analyzing the data and using technology to increase their performance. Small details, like the spin rate, can make a big difference in how well the players improve when they’re on the field. The Astros were strong last season, but they have even more potential this year.
Get your tickets now to what should be a great season. We have cheap Houston Astros tickets for home games, starting with preseason games on March 31 and April 1. The home opener is on April 11 against the KC Royals, the same team that kept the Astros out of the playoffs in 2015. We have discount prices for many seats, so you can watch this exciting rematch. See why America loves baseball when you come to Minute Maid Park to have a great night of fun and entertainment.