Posted By Gordon Dixon On April 12th 2013. Under MLB, NBA Tags: albert pujols, Atlanta Braves, brooklyn nets, dallas mavericks, David Price, detroit tigers, houston astros, justin upton, Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Angels, los angeles lakers, miami heat, miguel cabrera, nikola vucevic, orlando magic, Pittsburgh Pirates, ra dickey, Reggie Evans, San Antonio Spurs, tampa bay rays, tobias harris, Toronto Blue Jays .
As the official statistician of MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and the WNBA the Elias Sports Bureau provides a look into sports that goes beyond the home run saving grabs, made-for-highlight-reel stiffarms, and ankle breaking crossovers. They sift through the streaks, trends, and numbers to often provide us with interesting and little known bits of information about our ... Read More
The Houston Astros will be the hosts of Major League Baseball's opening night this year when they take on the Texas Rangers Sunday. With all eyes of the baseball world on Minute Maid Park one of Houston's most recognizable faces will be on the diamond prior to the game. Houston Texans ... Read More
Much of the suspense was absent due to leaks of the Houston Astros' new logo via the team's website and through a local sports & outdoors store, but that didn't stop fans from turning out yesterday to see the official unveiling at Minute Maid Park. 2012 All-Star second baseman Jose ... Read More
7-time Cy Young award winner and recently acquitted Roger Clemens will be returning to the mound Saturday. The 50-year old Clemens is scheduled to start for the Sugar Land Skeeters this weekend, his first professional pitching appearance since 2007. Here are details: The news was first broken by Mark Berman of Houston's ... Read More
Case closed On Monday Roger Clemens was acquitted on charges of obstruction and lying to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs during his 24-year Major League Baseball career. The court of public opinion may not probably doesn't agree, but the jury has spoken. Now the focus turns to whether or not Clemens and ... Read More
From 1962-1964 the team we now know as the Houston Astros were called the Houston Colt .45s. During those three seasons the team went 196-288 and finished no higher than 8th in the National League standings. In 1965 the Colt .45s moved into the newly build Houston Astrodome and were ... Read More
Posted By Gordon Dixon On December 10th 2011. Under Headline, MLB Tags: Atlanta Braves, Chicago White Sox, colorado rockies, houston astros, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, New York Yankees, oakland a's, octavio dotel, octavio dotel 13 teams, octavio dotel sets record, Pittsburgh Pirates, st louis cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays .
Veteran relief pitcher Octavio Dotel agreed to a 1-year deal with the Detroit Tigers on Friday and when he makes his first appearance he will set a record by playing for his 13th franchise. Dotel started last season with the Toronto Blue Jays and finished with the world champion St. ... Read More
The Houston Astros will be under new ownership in 2012 and also the newest members on the AL West starting in 2013, per this release from the MLB. The sale of the franchise to Jim Crane and a group of investors for $610 mil was approved by the other owners ... Read More