Verlander Stars In Astros' Skid-Snapping 1-0 Victory Over AngelsVerlander (12-8) struck out nine and walked one in another overpowering performance for his new team.
Kahn: The Astros And Hurricane HarveyA baseball game won't fix Houston's problems. But it will help.
Dodgers Claim Pitcher From Astros, Ship Another Off To MetsThe Dodgers claimed right-handed pitcher Jordan Jankowski from the Astros. Meanwhile, they sent minor league right-hander Jacob Rhame to the Mets to complete the Curtis Granderson trade.
30 Players: Alex Bregman Can Do It All For AstrosThe Astros took a step back last season after a playoffs run in 2015, they hope to get back with some help from their young third baseman.
Marte Homers To Lead Angels Over AstrosMike Trout set a club record with his 114th walk of the season, breaking Tony Phillips' previous Angels record set in 1995.
Astros Blow Chance To Gain Ground, Lose To Angels, 2-0The Angels ended an 11-game skid and pushed Houston 1 1/2 games behind the Tigers for the second AL wild card.
McCullers Fans 10 To Help Astros Over Angels, 2-1An RBI single by Andrelton Simmons got the Angels within one, but Harris struck out Ji-Man Choi for his 10th save.
Altuve's 4 Hits, 4 Runs Lead Astros Over Angels, 10-4It was the second time Houston has swept the Angels in the past two weeks.
Houston Blasts Lincecum, Routs Angels, 7-1, For Ninth Victory In 10 GamesLincecum (1-2) couldn't get through the fifth inning in his third start for the Angels, yielding seven hits, four walks and five runs.
Correa Breaks Tie In Ninth Inning As Astros Hold Off Angels, 4-2After the Angels loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the ninth, Harris struck out Jett Bandy and snagged Andrelton Simmons' comebacker to start a 1-2-3 double play that ended the game.
Surging Astros Edge Angels In Houston, 3-2Matt Shoemaker allowed eight hits and three runs in 7 1/3 innings for his third straight loss.
30 Players: Carlos Correa Looks To Build On Fantastic Rookie SeasonThe young shortstop is getting buzz as a possible MVP candidate following last year's sparkling debut.

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