There has been plenty of reason for gloom and doom about the Astros in 2020 as they limp along without ace Justin Verlander, closer Roberto Osuna, wunderkind Yordan Alvarez, and veteran relievers Brad Peacock and Chris Devenski.Continue reading
Yes, the Astros are four games up on the Mariners with seven games to go and with a couple wins in the next three games can clinch a playoff spot.Continue reading
In the modern world, our kids and grandkids are rewarded for just showing up. For the 2020 Astros, that is not good enough, but it appears that is where they are headed.Continue reading
As the 2020 Astros toddle along towards a possible playoff run (or in their case a possible playoff stroll), the fans are left in a bit of a quandary.
There is no doubt that the 2020 Astros currently hovering around the .500 mark is the poor sister of the 2019 Astros, who set a new club record with 107 regular-season wins.
The Astros pulled out a very improbable win on Saturday night, beating the LA Whiners, I mean Dodgers, 7-5. The game seemed like a big reversal in so many ways for the Houston nine (well really the Houston Twenty-Eight).
Before we begin this post on the frivolities of baseball, let’s pause a minute and honor those innocent men and women, who lost their lives 19 years ago today in a vicious attack on the heart and soul of America.Continue reading
Sometime around 5:30 PM California time on Tuesday, the Astros were in a world of hurt. A quick summation of their woes after dropping the first game of a doubleheader to the A’s 4-2.