I'm a long time baseball fan who thinks there's no better way to spend a sunny day than sitting at a ballpark watching my favorite 9. As a Houstonian my heart belongs to the Astros, come rain or shine. I have strong opinions about what my favorite team does and I'm not afraid to share them. I am also the lead writer over at Tales From the JuiceBox.
The Houston Symphony celebrated the history of the Astros with "Perfect Pitch: The Music of Baseball" this morning. How can you not be a little romantic about baseball.
The selection order for the 2012 Rule 4 New Player Draft is set and the Houston Astros are on the clock.
With a definite improvement in baseball in Houston, the flaws become more pronounced. Why can't this team hit with three men on?
The Astros wrap up the opening home stand 3-3 and head out on the road for the first time this season. What will be different on the road?
It's been a few years since the Astros started a season 3-1. If history repeats itself, what will this season bring?
It was only one conversation with one man, but the sense of hope that Houston fans have for their hometown baseball team is on the rise.
If it's true that baseball is best watched in person, then here's a look at the perks of a game at Minute Maid Park.
As the Houston Astros leave Florida and Spring Training behind they prepare for 3 more games before Opening Day. Roster decisions are still in progress and there's still some trimming to be done.