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Astros Press Releases

  • Houston area Chevy dealers surprise veteran with Chevy Equinox

    The Astros and Houston Area Chevy Dealers honored those who have served and are currently serving our country during Military and First Responders Appreciation Night tonight, Friday, Sept. 15.

  • Individual Tickets for Astros ALDS Home Games Available Monday, Sept. 18

    Individual tickets for potential American League Division Series games played at Minute Maid Park will go on sale to the general public this Monday, Sept. 18 at 12:00 p.m. CT. Tickets will be available for purchase by phone at 1-800-ASTROS2, online at www.astros.com/tickets and at the Minute Maid Park Box Office.

  • Astros Enter Final Homestand of Regular Season with Division Title in Sight

    The Houston Astros return home on Friday for the final regular season home games of the 2017 season. With their magic number down to seven, the Astros will seek to clinch their first division title since 2001 as they take on the Seattle Mariners (Sept. 15-17), Chicago White Sox (Sept. 19-21) and LA Angels of Anaheim (Sept. 22-24). As of today, the Astros lead the AL West Division by 13.0 games and are within 1.5 games of the Cleveland Indians for the best overall record in the American League.

  • Astros announce August Minor League Players of the Month

    The Houston Astros player development department has named IF AJ Reed the Astros Minor League Player of the Month for August, and RHP Cristian Javier the Astros Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August.

  • Astros not returning to Appalachian League in 2018

    Greeneville club had been Astros affiliate in the league since 2004.

  • Bob Allen to be inducted into Media Wall of Honor

    On Sunday, Sept. 17, legendary Houston sports anchor and director Bob Allen will be inducted into the Houston Baseball Media Wall of Honor.

  • Astros and Partners to Provide Food to 500 Texas National Guard Members

    The Astros Foundation has partnered with a number of Astros corporate partners to both provide and serve food to 500 Texas National Guard members who are positioned at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, beginning tomorrow, Sept. 7.

  • Fresno manager Tony DeFrancesco not returning

    Triple A Fresno manager Tony DeFrancesco will not return for the 2018 season, Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow announced today. The Astros are supporting DeFrancesco's efforts to seek new opportunities in baseball.

  • Astros Foundation & Aramark announce partnership with Salvation Army

    The Astros Foundation and Aramark are partnering to provide the Salvation Army with 5,000 hot meals daily for hurricane relief workers for a 10-day period from Sept. 5-14. The meals will be prepared at Minute Maid Park and transported to several different communities by Salvation Army trucks.

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