Houston Astros

Houston Astros

The Houston Astros is a professional American baseball team that is based in Houston, Texas. As a member club of the American League (AL) West division, The Astros compete in Major League Baseball (MLB).  In 2013 they had moved to the division after spending their first 51 seasons in the National League (NL). Since 2000, Astros played their home games at Minute Maid Park.

The Astros enters the NL in 1962 as an expansion team along with the New York Mets. The Houston Astros was adopted three years later, reflecting Houston’s role as the control center of the US crewed space program when they moved to the Astrodome.

houston astros

The Astros from 1962 to 2012 played in the NL, at first from 1969 to 1993 in the West Division, and next from 1994 to 2012 in the Central Division. The team was reclassified to the AL West from onward 2013. The Houston Astros also in 2005 played in one World Series. But however, he lost four gamed to the Chicago White Sox. Later in 2017, they became the first franchise in MLB history to win a pennant in both the AL and NL. Moreover, they won against the Los Angeles Dodgers, in 2017 World Series, winning four gamed to three, and earning the first World Series title to the team and the states of Texas.

The active roster of Houston Astros

Pitchers

Starting rotation

  • 45 Gerrit Cole, as well as
  • 21 Zack Greinke
  • 20 Wade Miley
  • 18 Aaron Sanchez
  • 35 Justin Verlander

The bullpen of Houston Astros

  • 29 Joe Biagini, as well as
  • 47 Chris Devenski
  • 36 Will Harris
  • 31 Collin McHugh
  • 55 Ryan Pressly
  • 30 Héctor Rondón
  • 38 Joe Smith

houston astros

Closer

Catchers

Infielders

  • 27 José Altuve, as well as
  • 2 Alex Bregman
  • 1 Carlos Correa
  • 16 Aledmys Díaz
  • 10 Yuli Gurriel

Outfielders

  • 23 Michael Brantley, as well as
  • 6 Jake Marisnick
  • 22 Josh Reddick
  • 4 George Springer

Designated hitters

  • 44 Yordan Álvarez

The inactive roster of Houston Astros

Pitchers

  • 66 Bryan Abreu, as well as
  • 61 Rogelio Armenteros
  • 62 Dean Deetz
  • 39 Josh James
  • 41 Brad Peacock
  • 51 Cionel Pérez
  • 52 Brady Rodgers
  • 67 Cy Sneed
  • 65 José Urquidy
  • 59 Framber Valdez

houston astros

Catchers of Houston Astros

Infielders

  • 9 Jack Mayfield

Outfielders

  • 26 Myles Straw, as well as
  • 3 Kyle Tucker

Coaches/Others of Houston Astros

Manager

  • 14 A. J. Hinch

Coaches

  • 85 Javier Bracamonte (bullpen catcher), as well as
  • 37 Alex Cintrón (hitting)
  • 84 Michael Collins (catching)
  • 19 Joe Espada (bench)
  • 15 Don Kelly (first base)
  • 48 Josh Miller (bullpen)
  • 8 Gary Pettis (third base)
  • 46 Troy Snitker (hitting)
  • 56 Brent Strom (pitching)

60-day injured list

  • 43 Lance McCullers

Restricted list

  • 64 Reymin Guduan, as well as
  • 58 Francis Martes

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *