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Time is running out for the Houston Astros as they make a bid for a spot in the American League Wild Card game on Oct. 4. They are a few games behind the Orioles, but anybody who knows anything about baseball knows that miracles can happen in the final seven days of regular season play. Houston will make their final push to the playoffs on the road this Friday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 2, as they take on the Los Angeles Angels. You can witness all the magic that happens at the end of a MLB season by purchasing your tickets now! Prices vary, but we have a great selection of seats available for any budget.
The Houston Astros have had a tough end to their 2016 MLB regular season, but they are handling it like true champions. Houston has been on the road since last Friday, September 16, and has squared off in two away series against the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics. Out of those two series, the Astros have only lost in one game. Now, having just swept the Athletics, they will head home to Houston for battles with the Los Angeles Angels followed by a rematch with the Seattle Mariners. Be there to support the Astros as they head into the postseason! Tickets to Saturday’s game are currently available for $3 and up.
The Houston Astros still have a chance to make it into the playoffs in the American League, but chances are slipping fast as they have fallen to some teams recently. On Monday night, it seemed as if the Astros were going to leave with the win against the Rangers, but it was Odor from the Rangers that hit a homer to put the nail in the coffin for the Astros. The Rangers left the field with the 4-3 win over the Astros. There is going to be some pressure on the Astros as they have to win their last two games against Texas to have a 6-7 record. Get your tickets today to see all of the action live.
Every team in Major League Baseball starts off the season with the goal of reaching the playoffs. The Houston Astros are no strangers to the postseason, but the chances of getting back to a World Series run are running out. As of Sept. 8, the Astros were in second place in the AL West; however, the team was nine games behind Texas with a record of 74-66.
Houston didn’t help its cause much during the first seven games of September. The Astros went 3-4 during that stretch, losing a pair to Texas and another two games to Cleveland. Next up for Houston is a three-game home-stand with Texas Sept. 12–14.
The Houston Astros are on absolute fire in recent weeks. This is great news for fans and players alike, as the playoffs are now just weeks away! Houston has won the last six out of seven games, sweeping the visiting Oakland Athletics this week. In fact, they managed to completely shut out the visitors on Monday, winning that match a whopping 6 - 0. It isn’t quite time to start coasting, however, as the Astros will be hitting the road for back-to-back series against the Texas Rangers and Cleveland Indians. Find out how it all shakes out when Houston returns home to host the Chicago Cubs on September 9. Tickets are $14 and up.
The Houston Astros are smack-dab in the middle of the AL West as August nears the end. With a 66-61 mark this season, Houston has been solid. Now, the team hopes to make a postseason push. This past week has a good one for Houston, as the team secured five wins in six games between Aug. 19 and Aug. 24. In a 5-4 thriller over Pittsburgh Aug. 24, the Astros’ Evan Gattis belted a home run, his 20th of the season, and the team prevailed despite allowing 11 Pittsburgh hits. Next up for Houston are three games against Oakland, Aug. 29–31. Tickets to the first of these home contests start at just $3.
The Houston Astros will be looking to get out of their current slump when they play the Orioles for four games starting on the 18. They lost both games against the Cardinals on the 16 and 17. In the first, Houston was ahead 4-2 until the Cardinals brought the game back to a tie in the fifth inning. Then, the Cardinals scored four runs in the sixth, and the Astros were only able to get one more run. The Cardinals led all of the second game, although the Astros did get two runs. Alex Bregman had an RBI single and Jose Altuve had an RBI double. Tickets to the series against the Orioles remain available, with prices starting at $14.
After winning a four game series against the Twins 3-1, the Houston Astros were only able to win one out of three against the Blue Jays. In game one on August 12, the Astros played a solid game, winning with a final score of 5-3. Teoscar Hernandez had his first MLB hit, which was also a home run. Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve each had hits that brought in two runs. However, the Astros were unable to carry this momentum with them and lost 2-4 in game two and 9-2 in game three. The Astros host the Cardinals for two games on August 16 and 17 and then head to Baltimore to play the Orioles. Tickets remain available for $6.
The Houston Astros lost a close game against the Yankees, ending their four game winning streak. The Astros were the first to get on the board with a home run from George Springer in the bottom of the first. However, the Yankees were able to get two runs and the Astros could not connect to get any more. The Astros will be looking for revenge when they play the Yankees twice more at home on the 26 and 27. Then, the Astros head to Detroit to play three games against the Tigers starting on the 29. You still have a chance to get your tickets to catch the play in person. Prices start at $40.
The Houston Astros split their latest four game series against the Athletics. After losing the first game, the Astros came back to win by one the next night. The teams went into the ninth inning with the Astros ahead 7-4. However, the Athletics rallied to take the lead. Then, Luis Valbuena had a three run homer, leading to a walk off win for the Astros. The Athletics were ahead the next night 3-0 going into the ninth, and the Astros tried to rally but only got two. The final game was decided in the tenth inning, when the Astros scored for another walk off win. After the break, the Astros head to Seattle for three games. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $18.
The Houston Astros ended their seven game winning streak with a loss against the Royals on June 26. Since then, they restarted another streak with two wins against the Angels. In the first game, the Angels were ahead 2-0 going into the seventh inning. The Astros tied it up that inning, and then got ahead with two runs in the ninth. They came out strong in the second game, scoring three runs in the first inning. They only let the Angels score one and won the game 7-1. The two teams play again on June 29, and then the Astros head back home to host the White Sox. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $10.
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.
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.