Houston Astros rumors
McCullers, who missed the ALCS, won’t pitch again this postseason.
Even with players being partially vaccinated, COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on baseball and sports in general.
While it looked like the Astros might be headed toward a semi-rebuild after 2021, they’ve now locked up another key piece for the long term.
Despite a rough 2020 season, Gurriel will be sticking around in Houston.
The Astros’ ace finishes 2020 with just one start.
The Astros’ hitting coach receives a hefty ban after instigating a brawl over the weekend.
Luhnow and Hinch could fare quite well if the 2020 season is unplayable
A.J. Hinch and Jeff Luhnow are being suspended for the season and the Astros will lose first and second-round picks in 2020 and ‘21.
At least publicly, the commissioner says he believes the illegal sign-stealing issues are exclusive to the Astros.
The Astros add some extra bullpen depth just prior to the deadline.
Injuries continue to build up for the two-time defending AL West champions.
Verlander looks like he’ll be the next player to be rewarded during the week of infinite extensions.
The 12-year veteran will miss a solid chunk of the 2019 season after suffering an Achilles injury.
Brantley is one of baseball’s best hitters when healthy, but it’ll be interesting to see if he can stay on the field in Houston.
Elias spent the last seven seasons helping shape the Astros into the dominant force they are today.
Miami has ‘touched base’ with clubs on possible trade discussions for All-Star catcher
Who has done the best job offensively at their respective positions this season?
The World Series starts this week and we’ve got some big international signings to distract your from the lost Dinger Machine. Kris Jenner works hard but Derek Jeter works harder.
Boston beats defending champs in 5 games and now awaits either Dodgers or Brewers.
The Marlins’ pursuit of the Mesa brothers gets another boost.
It is too early to call the Yankees the favorites, but their dialogue with the Orioles certainly means that they are at least strongly in the running.
MLB trade rumors and news: Dodgers starting trade deadline season by acquiring pair of relievers from Reds
This move may lead to bigger deals for Los Angeles before July 31 deadline.
Halos more than likely to search for an upgrade on trade market.
Could Philadelphia land one of the best players in the game? That and more in today’s MLB trade rumors and news.