Posted on · On Sunday, former Houston Astros great Craig Biggio will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He'll be the first player to go in as an Astro. It's been a long road that started on high school fields on Long Island and included countless dirt-stained uniforms. It will now culminate with Major League Baseball's highest honor.
Posted on · He joins three other inductees on Sunday afternoon, July 26th, in Cooperstown.
Posted on · Followers attended the annual Street Fest before the first game of the season.
Posted on · Craig Biggio, who played his entire 20 year Major League career with the Houston Astros, learned that he was part of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
Posted on · Craig Biggio, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, and John Smoltz were the four inducted today.
Posted on · Former Astros Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell are once again on the ballot for the National Baseball Hall of Fame. At least one of the Houston baseball greats has a good shot at getting into the Hall.
Posted on · A.J. Hinch takes over for fired Bo Porter, interim Tom Lawless.
Posted on · This summer's National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony will include three players elected today, but former Houston Astros star Craig Biggio must wait at least another year to join the immortal fraternity.
Posted on · Houston Astros owner Jim Crane has filed a lawsuit alleging fraud in connection with his purchase of a share of Houston’s regional sports network. The outcome of the suit could have an impact on whether more fans will be able to watch Houston sports teams on television.
Posted on · Major League Baseball has announced that the Houston Astros will host the 2014 Civil Rights Game for the first time. The event aims to promote diversity in baseball and beyond.
Posted on · The Houston Astros are on their final road trip of the year as they prepare to wrap up their less-than-stellar season. But fans continue to be hopeful for next year, as players in the Astros minor-league system start to show promise.
Posted on · The Houston Astros introduce Reid Ryan as president of business operations. He is the son of hall-of-fame pitcher Nolan Ryan.
Posted on · A local women's center says it's confident it will find more funding after the Houston Astros ended a 23-year fundraising partnership earlier this year.
Posted on · The Houston Astros resume their series against the Texas Rangers tonight. The Astros kicked off the 2013 Major League Baseball season Sunday with an 8-2 victory over Texas. It's not just a new season for Houston — the 'Stros are in a new league, with a roster filled with new faces, a new manager — Bo Porter — and it’s all part of a new direction set by owner Jim Crane. KUHF's Craig Cohen sat down at Minute Maid Park with Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow to discuss what the franchise characterizes as a "whole new ballgame."
Posted on · The Houston Astros and the City of Houston team up to build or refurbish youth baseball and softball fields in disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout the city.