Houston Astros

3rd AL West | 83-76
  • Batting Avg
    .247 AVG
  • Runs
    719 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.05 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    179 HR
  • Calhoun homers to help Angels complete sweep of A's
    The Associated Press

    Calhoun homers to help Angels complete sweep of A's

    The Los Angeles Angels saw one of their future stars make strides but may have lost their biggest star for the last days of the season, as Mike Trout exited the game after taking a fastball to the shoulder. Kole Calhoun homered, Alex Meyer earned his second major league win and the Angels held off a late rally from the Oakland Athletics to sweep the three-game series with an 8-6 win Wednesday night. ''I want to (play), I'll tell you that,'' Trout said.

  • Astros Crawfish Boil: September 30, 2016
    The Crawfish Boxes

    Astros Crawfish Boil: September 30, 2016

    Astros' Altuve seeks second AL batting title (Sep 30, 2016) | FOX Sports ANAHEIM, Calif. --While the Los Angeles Angels have long since been eliminated from playoff contention, the Houston Astros visit Anaheim on Friday with the sting of elimination still fresh. Slow Start & Flawed Season Doom Astros " CBS Houston A slow start and a flawed season will keep the Astros from repeating a trip to the post-season barring a miracle. Astros honor retiring broadcaster Bill Brown in team meeting - Houston Chronicle In his 30 years as the Astros television play-by-play broadcaster, Bill Brown had never been privy to a team meeting. So unassuming is Bill Brown that, given his druthers, viewers would have

  • A’s Jed Lowrie needed another surgery this month, for deviated septum
    San Francisco Chronicle

    A’s Jed Lowrie needed another surgery this month, for deviated septum

    SEATTLE - Jed Lowrie didn’t just have foot surgery in the past month - he also had surgery for a deviated septum, a condition he hadn’t realized he had until recently, believing he just had sinus trouble. “I didn’t think anything of it, and then I saw an ear, nose and throat specialist and it turns out it wasn’t just a deviated septum, there were also two bone spurs,” Lowrie told The Chronicle by phone from his home in Houston. Last week, he had surgery in Houston to correct the problem and he finally should be able to get a good night’s rest for the first time in years - well, except for the fact that he and his wife, Milessa, are expecting their second child next week. Lowrie is keeping track of the A’s and he knows that there are many new players up since he went on the DL on Aug. 5, and if the team decides to go all young next season, the 32-year-old, who is signed through 2017 with a club option for 2018, might be on the trading block. Susan Slusser is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.