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Houston Astros History

The Houston Astros has been part of Texas tradition since 1965. The Major League Baseball team’s name was inspired in form of a remembrance that Houston, Texas is the home of the NASA Space Station and the Rangers played their games in the Astrodome, named in recognition of the space program. The Astrodome was the first domed sports stadium in the United States. The Houston Astros have been playing home games in the more popular Minute Maid Park since 2000. Houston Astros tickets are always on the top of the list for those folks that are passing through the Houston area. Hard-core Astros fans line up in a frenzy at the beginning of every season in order to get the best Houston Astros tickets. The legacy of the Houston Astros has been around for decades and will continue to make Texans and local Houstonians very proud. The Astros have been home to a few Baseball greats such as Roger Clemens and Nolan Ryan. Attending an Astros game is fun for the entire family and attendees get a feel of Texas tradition while watching a great game. The team’s logo is a star which represents Texas as the lone star state. Recently, the team’s owners were rumored to be in a debate to changing the historic “Astros” name but this was quickly struck down by Houston residents. Houston Astros tickets are affordable and games are accessible for all types of fan. Luckily for fans, Minute Maid Park boasts that every seat in the house is the best seat.

Minute Maid Park and the Fans

The Houston Astros currently plays their home games in the popular Minute Maid Park which was built in 2000. Minute Maid Park is also known as the “Astros Field” and “ballpark at union station”. Minute Maid Park is also known as Houston’s first retractable roofed stadium. The Astros field is designed with grass versus astro turf which to any hard-core baseball fan, is definitely a beloved feature. Minute Maid park seats are up to 5,045 attendees with 64 luxury suites available on request for those high rollers. Minute Maid Park was originally named Enron Field but due to the collapse of the Enron Corporation, The venue name was sold to energy corporations around Houston. Houston Astros tickets will grant you access to not only a wonderful game of baseball but it will let ticket holders get a glimpse of a beautifully designed ballpark. The best feature of the ballpark the fans that support the Astros field. The Minute Maid Park is a historic monument of Houston because of two reasons. The name and logo was motivated by Coca Cola’s Minute Maids orange juice. It is also historic because of the main entrance is the original entrance to Houston’s own historic Union Station. In the heart of downtown, Houston, Astros fans can purchase tickets for any show and get an unforgettable surprise every time the team scores a home run. Every time the team scores a home run, there is a train that moves along some tracks in the left field which in an ironic but nice addition, is filled with oranges in homage. Whether you are a Houston resident or a visitor, it is hard to experience the best of Houston unless you grab some Houston Astros tickets and attend a game. Houston Astros tickets are affordable for anyone that is on a budget looking to take the family out for some fun. Next time you are in Houston; don’t forget to get some Houston Astros tickets.

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Astros News

7-21-14: The Houston Astros shocked Major League Baseball when they failed to sign top draft pick Brady Aiken. Aiken was drafted first overall in the 2014 draft and after initial reports had Aiken signing near his slot recommended deal of $6.5 million the deal was quickly lowered to somewhere around $5 million. In the end Aiken will head to college and the Astros will not sign two more draft picks due to the lowering of their cap allotment. The Astros tried to go over cap with fifth round pick Jacob Nix and failed and also couldn’t sign 21st round pick Mac Marshall due to Aiken not signing. The Astros will get the #2 pick in next year’s draft due to not signing Aiken which could be very interesting if Houston finishes with the worst record in all of baseball again and gets the first overall pick.

7-19-14: With the Astros being in such a difficult division this season, it will be very difficult for them to get back in the postseason race. With their 3-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Friday, they fell to 17 games below .500 on the season. Although Scott Feldman dropped to 4-7 on the season, he threw a quality start.

7-17-14: The first half has to be considered a success for the Astros. They were 33-61 at the All-Star break last season, but they seem to finally be taking some steps in the right direction this season. Jose Altuve is having a huge season, and the arrival of top prospects George Springer and Jonathan Singleton has given fans a reason to watch. The emergence of stud pitchers Dallas Keuchel and Collin McHugh is also a major plus.

7-15-14: The Houston Astros are said to be interested in upgrading their starting pitching and bullpen this trading deadline but instead released right hander Jerome Williams this week making him a free agent. Williams has struggled this season but is said to have around eight teams already interested in his services for the rest of the season. The Astros revealed the real delay in signing top overall pick Brady Aiken as a ligament issue was found in his elbow, which explains him signing for $1.5 million under his slot recommendation of $6.5 million. The Astros have since backed away from that reported deal and could be in trouble if they cannot get a deal done with Aiken at a discount. The Astros went $1.13 million over slot with their fifth round pick Jacob Nix and would incur big penalties if Aiken is not signed his allotted salary would disappear from the Astros pool for 2014.

7-14-14: After the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels swept the Astros, Houston bounced back this past week to sweep the Rangers in Texas. On Wednesday, rookie George Springer hit a two-run home run to finish the three-game sweep. However, Springer was scratched from the lineup right before Friday’s game due to discomfort in his right knee. Chris Carter’s two solo home runs were not enough as the Astros fell to the Boston Red Sox, 8-3.

7-10-14: Chris Carter homered twice and George Springer had one inning-starting long ball as the Astros beat the Texas Rangers 8-3 on Tuesday night, inching ever so closer to escaping the AL West cellar. The Astros go for the three-game series sweep on Wednesday after winning only twice in 19 games against Texas last season. Houston has won four straight overall against their instate rival for the first time since 2002. Jose Altuve pushed his AL-leading stolen base total to 41. He also leads the American League with 126 hits and a .341 batting average.

7-7-14: Mike Trout’s walkoff home run delivered the Astros their fifth straight loss. Houston stands at a season-worst 16 games below .500 after that defeat. Earlier in the week, the Seattle Mariners swept the Astros, but George Springer has been a huge part of Houston’s lineup. He hit his 17th home run of the season on Friday.

7-3-14: Jarred Cosart tied a season-high by allowing six runs on nine hits in 5 2/3 innings of work to end a four-game winning streak as the Astros fell to the Mariners 13-2 Tuesday night. Domingo Santana, Houston's eighth-rated prospect by Baseball America, went 0 for 4 in his MLB debut after being called up from Triple-A Oklahoma City Monday. Santana reached on an error in the seventh inning and scored on a ground-rule double. Kike Hernandez, who was called up from Oklahoma City on Tuesday, made his MLB debut when he entered the game in the seventh inning. He finished with two hits.

7-2-14: The Houston Astros are going to sell off veteran pieces and expensive players once again this season which means relief pitchers Tony Sipp and Chad Qualls are likely to be available this July. The Astros top prospect Carlos Correa will miss the remainder of the 2014 season after suffering a broken fibula that required surgery, a big blow to the Astros farm. The Astros have already lost Kyle Farnsworth out of their bullpen after designating him for assignment. Farnsworth elected free agency and Jose Veras has been selected to take his roster spot in the pen.

6-30-14: The Astros struggled to score in the first two games of their series with the Atlanta Braves, but George Springer hit his 15th home run of the season and Jarred Cosart won his fourth consecutive start after allowing just one run over seven innings on Thursday. The Astros made it two victories in a row after Jason Castro hit a walkoff solo home run to snap the Tigers’ seven-game winning streak.

6-26-14: If it wasn’t for the Upton brothers homeruns, the Astros would have won Tuesday night. Instead, they fell to the Braves 3-2. Houston rookie George Springer hit his team-leading 14th home run and Jose Altuve added two hits to give him a major league-best 105. SS Carlos Correa, the No. 1 overall draft pick by Houston in 2012, is expected to be out for an extended period time after injuring his right ankle Saturday night playing for Class A Lancaster.

6-24-14: The Houston Astros have had the first pick, and subsequently the worst record in Major League Baseball, for a few consecutive seasons now but seem to be willing to relinquish that spot to teams like the Tampa Bay Rays in 2014. The Astros are not exactly close to competing but have shown a much improved team that sports big time rookies like George Springer. Not all the news on prospects is good though as their top prospect Carlos Correa suffered an ankle injury on an RBI triple and may be out for a big chunk of the 2014 season. The Astros have Brady Aiken in Houston this week to make his contract signing official so there is always that.

6-18-14: The Astros dropped a close one Tuesday night in Washington, 6-5, to the Nationals. Dallas Keuchel took the loss and dropped to 8-4 on the year. Keuchel was the AL leader in ground ball/fly ball ratio coming into Tuesday’s game. He was 6-1 with a 1.33 ERA over his last seven starts, but struggled with finding the strike zone. Houston has now lost three of their last four overall and 11 of their last 12 against Washington. The Astros are 11 1/2 games behind Oakland in the AL West.

6-17-14: The Houston Astros find themselves in a weird position as of Father’s Day going into the week with a better record than the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox, a position no one thought the club would find themselves in before the season started. GM Ed Wade has had a lot to do with the sudden improvement in Houston as George Springer, Dallas Keuchel, and Jon Singleton were all called up during Wade’s tenure while the Hunter Pence trade brought back multiple pieces that are currently in the lineup. The Astros have signed Jose Veras to a minor league deal after being released by the Chicago Cubs for a bit of a reunion. Veras spent the 2013 season in Houston and posted a 2.93 ERA with a 9.2 K/9 as the team’s closer.

6-10-14: The Houston Astros signed top prospect John Singleton to a long term deal without him ever playing a single inning at the major league level. You remember the Astros tried the same with then top prospect George Springer and were denied the bargain. Singleton agreed to a five year deal worth $10 million with three club options that could make the deal worth $30 million. Springer also has $5 million in incentives that he could reach throughout the life of the deal. The Astros are taking a huge risk by committing so many years and so much money to a guy who has never played a single inning in the majors but first base prospects are generally safer bets than say pitchers or catchers are. The Astros also started the MLB First Year Players Draft by selecting High School pitcher Brady Aiken. The Astros signed Aiken to a deal below slot worth $6.5 million to immediately start his professional career.

6-3-14: The Houston Astros and their top pick in this year’s MLB First Year Players Draft have been the talk of every mock draft for obvious reasons but until recently the pick has always gone to NC State’s Carlos Rondon. This week speculation has been raised that Houston will take high school pitcher Brady Aiken with the pick and shy away from Rondon and his struggled this season. The Astros won seven straight games at one point this week leading to the beliefs that Houston may be closer to competing then we all expected. The Astros still have an amazing amount of depth and talent in the minor leagues that can help via trade or by filling in the gaps too so the Astros may be a scary team to face sooner rather than later.

5-28-14: The Houston Astros have the eyes on them from all other 29 teams since they have the first pick in the June MLB First Year Players Draft. It was long thought that the Astros would take NC State’s Carlos Rondon but speculation has started up that High School outfielder Alex Jackson may go as the top pick to Houston. The Astros are also looking to increase their presence in Japan and General Manager Jeff Luhnow and pro scouting director Kevin Goldstein recently visited Japan to get the initiative started. This announcement comes off the heels of losing out on the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes and seeing the fellow American League West rivals Yu Davrish flourishing in the states.

5-21-14: The Houston Astros added another piece to the worst bullpen in the major leagues this season when they picked up former New York Met Kyle Farnsworth on the free agent market. Farnsworth had at least three other offers out there but chose Houston due to the chance to pitch in high leverage situations for the Astros, maybe even as the closer. The Astros need all the help they can get with their 16-28 record, although they are 6-4 in their last 10 games, but are instead turning their attention to the MLB Draft and the trading deadline. The Astros should have plenty of veteran players, like Farnsworth for example, to trade and they also own the first pick in the draft. The core of the Astros is starting to emerge and Houston fans may finally see a winning season sooner than you think.

5-15-14: The Houston Astros hold the worst record in the American League and have their eyes on the June MLB First Year Players Draft that they have the first pick in. The Astros are said to be interested in NC State's Carlos Rondon with that top pick despite his struggles and slow start this season. Houston is also looking forward to the opening of the international signing period on July, 2 where they have been linked to multiple international free agents including outfielder Ronny Rafael and shortstop Miguel Angel Sierra. The Astros are also looking forward to the July, 31 trading deadline and have already been showcasing their catching depth to the Baltimore Orioles who are said to be offering left handed relief pitcher Troy Patton who could immediately help the worst bullpen in the league and their 6.06 team ERA. Patton was originally drafted by the Astros and was traded to Baltimore as a part of the Miguel Tejada trade.

5-7-14: The Houston Astros to nobody's surprise have the worst record in all of baseball once again and are at the very bottom of the American League West division after 30 games this season. The Astros have the worst run differential in all of baseball and are likely eyeing the July, 31 trading deadline to sell off some of their extra and pricey parts for the future. The Astros are instead turning their attention to the June MLB First Year Player's Draft that they have the top overall pick in and the opening of the international signing period in which they have the biggest cap space. The Astros are looking at NC State's starting pitcher Carlos Rondon to add to their impressive list of young players in their farm system.

4-28-14: The Houston Astros have begun the #1 prospect George Springer era in Minute Maid Park after calling him up to the big leagues shortly after the 2014 season began. The Astros have been going against the grain for the first month of 2014, most notably with their infield positioning and shifting. No team has shifted more than the Houston Astros this season and no team has used more "long relief" in the league then the team in Houston. The Astros have put together pitching tandems in their minor league system to try and prevent injuries and miles on their upper levels arms and could be the model organization if it eventually works out for them. The Astros need all the help they can get as they are once again in the cellar of the American League West division and once again have the worst record in all of Major League Baseball but have one of the brightest futures in all of baseball. Be sure to vote at least one Astros player into the All Star Game this summer as voting has opened up for the event this week.

4-14-14: The Houston Astros ended the past week at the bottom of the AL West, sitting with a 5-8 record as losers of seven of their last 10. Houston got the week going with a 2-1 series loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, followed by another 2-1 series loss to the Texas Rangers. The bats ran dry late in the week, as the Astros lost twice to the Rangers by the score of 1-0. Scott Feldman has been excellent for Houston, winning two of three games with a ridiculous 0.44 ERA.

4-7-14: The Astros have been a bit inconsistent to start 2014, barely missing out on a three game sweep to the New York Yankees in their first series of the year, and then preventing themselves from getting swept by the L.A. Angels with a 7-4 win in game three. Still, at 3-3 in the AL West, the Astros are in second place. Jose Altive has led the charge on offense with 4 RBIs and a .300 hitting average, while Scott Feldman has been the main man on the mound, getting off to a 2-0 start with four strikeouts.

4-2-14: The Houston Astros took care of business at home to start the season, tallying eight hits off of New York Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia (nine overall) in a 6-2 win at home. Houston spoiled the beginning of Derek Jeter’s final season as pitcher Scott Feldman registered three strikeouts in a solid defensive showing. Jesus Guzman and L.J. Hoes combined for two homers to help fuel the offense, as the Astros kicked off 2014 with a 1-0 start.

3-27-14: The Houston Astros have lost a couple members of the club as they draw closer to finalizing a 25 man roster in advance of Opening Day 2014. Infielder Cesar Izturis has opted out of his deal and has become a free agent. The Astros also released one time sixth best prospect JD Martinez, who quickly latched on with the Detroit Tigers to possibly replace the injured Andy Dirks. The Astros almost doubled their payroll in 2014, all the way up to about $45 million, but still has the lowest payroll in all of Major League Baseball. The Astros lost Peter Moylan after he tore his UCL, which will likely require Tommy John surgery. While Scott Feldman has been named the Opening Day starter manager Bo Porter refuses to name the rest of the rotation because Houston has the first pick in any kind of waiver claim process suggesting that the Astros may not be done adding talent and making a legitimate run at improving in the American League West in 2014.

3-20-14: The Houston Astros have announced their Opening Day starter as Scott Feldman, the big fish free agent starting pitcher Houston signed to a three year deal earlier in the offseason. The Astros open the season at home against the New York Yankees and CC Sabathia in a three game series. The Astros spent big money this offseason, they gave Feldman $30 million when their payroll was less than that for 40+ men in 2013, but the struggles have continued with one of the worst records in the Grapefruit League this year. The Astros have seen Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run bomb that bounced off the roof of the Miami clubhouse, have been dominated by the Atlanta Braves Alex Wood, and were dominated by Michael Wacha in the last week in a turn of events that Astros fans hope don't happen 100 more times in 2014.

3-14-14: Astros prospect Carlos Correa is impressing quickly in his first Spring Training action. The 19 year old shortstop homered twice in yesterday's 7-5 victory vs the Blue Jays. Correa was the first overall pick in the 2012 draft. Correa is impressing on both sides of the ball, making a number of defensive stops during his short tenure with the team.

3-13-14: The Houston Astros have been the lovable losers in Major League Baseball for more than a few seasons now but that title may finally have to go to another team with the additions of Dexter Fowler, Scott Feldman, and Jesse Crain. The Astros tickets are some of the cheapest in the league while the team may be one of the league's more up and coming teams. Houston has a losing record this spring and a negative run differential but the future is coming for the Astros franchise and the time may be now. Houston has built from within and stockpiled draft picks and money primed and ready to make a run at an American League West title and by looking at their spring training camps 2014 may be the season.

3-5-14: Houston Astros manager bowl Porter stated that he expects Japhet Amador to make his spring debut for the Astros this weekend. In other news for the Astros veteran Jesse Crain was hurt during camp workouts. The injury is said to be a calf strain and he will most certainly start the 2014 season on the disabled list.

1-24-14: The Houston Astros may not have had a lot of success this past season but that didn’t stop them from pursuing free agent pitcher Masahiro Tanaka to be their ace on the mound. Despite missing out on Tanaka the Astros have a solid farm system with the lowest payrolls in all of baseball so expect them to start to make waves in the future.

1-7-14: Earlier last month the Houston Astros acquired first baseman Jesus Guzman from the padres in exchange for infielder Ryan Jackson. Guzman is 29 years old and has split time between first base and the corner outfield positions. In other news regarding the Astros they also signed relief pitcher Matt Albers to a one-year deal with 2 1/2 million dollars.

12-9-13: Last season the worst record in baseball long to the Houston Astros. As a young team in a new league without any real household names the Houston Astros are certainly in a long rebuilding process. The Houston Astros ended last season on a 15 game losing streak and only one 24 games total at home. Offense of firepower is definitely a weakness of the Astros right now as last season they only scored 610 runs the lowest total in the division. Last week the Astros inked right-handed pitcher Chad Qualls To a two year contract with $6 million. They will need a lot of help from their phone system in order to compete in the American League.

8-20-13 - The last-place Houston Astros have had a miserable season. Currently there 30.5 games out of first place and 42 games under .500. There is no hope for the Houston Astros to make the playoffs and they are also -185 in terms of run differential. Making the switch from the National League into the American League has not been an easy transition for the Houston Astros. With not many bright spots to speak of their leading hitter is batting only .277. This week Houston Astros will face their Texas neighbors the Texas rangers. Last night, the Astros got hammered by Rangers 16-5.

8/6/13 - The Houston Astros have only 137 games and currently sit 27 games out of first place. The Astros currently own the worst record inmajor-league baseball. This week they will face the 1st Place Boston Red Sox.

7/31/13 - The Astros have sent right-handed starter Bud Norris to the Orioles in exchange for outfield prospect L.J. Hoes, minor-league lefty Josh Hader and the Orioles’ competitive-balance pick.

They also he sent outfielder Justin Maxwell to the Royals for minor league pitcher Kyle Smith.

7/18/13 - After switching leagues the Houston Astros Continue to struggle. With a record of 33 – 61 they are 22.5 games out of first place. After the All-Star break it will take on the Seattle Mariners. The Houston Astros ranked 29th overall in team batting average on-base percentage and slugging percentage. They have the worst record in baseball. Left-fielder Chris Carter continues to lead the team in both home runs and RBIs.

7/7/13 -Catcher Jason Castro was the only Houston Astro selected for the 2013 American League all-star team, his first selection of his career. The 26-year-old is hitting .270 with 12 home runs and 31 RBI.

6/12/13 - After switching to the American League Houston Astros find themselves in a familiar situation last place. The Astros are just 10-23 at home and currently sits 17 games out of first place in the AL West. Losers of six in a row the Astros will battle the White Sox and Brewers in the upcoming weeks. Left fielder Chris Carter leads the team in both home runs and RBI. Veteran newcomer Carlos Peña is hitting just .233 with six home runs. The switch to the American League does not seem to sit well with the Astros and Their future.

Astros 2014 Schedule

 

Date Opponent Time
Apr. 1 NY Yankees 7:10
Apr. 2 NY Yankees 8:10
Apr. 3 NY Yankees 8:10
Apr. 4 LA Angels 8:10
Apr. 5 LA Angels 7:10
Apr. 6 LA Angels 2:10
Apr. 7 LA Angels 2:10
Apr. 8 at Toronto 7:07
Apr. 9 at Toronto 7:00
Apr. 10 at Toronto 7:07
Apr. 11 at Texas 8:05
Apr. 12 at Texas 8:05
Apr. 13 at Texas 3:05
Apr. 15 Kansas City 8:10
Apr. 16 Kansas City 8:10
Apr. 17 Kansas City 8:10
Apr. 18 at Oakland 10:05
Apr. 19 at Oakland 4:05
Apr. 20 at Oakland 4:05
Apr. 21 at Seattle 10:10
Apr. 22 at Seattle 10:10
Apr. 23 at Seattle 3:40
Apr. 24 Oakland 8:10
Apr. 25 Oakland 8:10
Apr. 26 Oakland 7:10
Apr. 27 Oakland 2:10
Apr. 29 Washington 8:10
Apr. 30 Washington 8:10
May 2 Seattle 8:10
May 3 Seattle 4:10
May 4 Seattle 2:10
May 5 at Detroit 7:08
May 6 at Detroit 7:08
May 7 at Detroit 7:08
May 8 at Detroit 1:08
May 9 at Baltimore 7:05
May 10 at Baltimore 7:05
May 11 at Baltimore 1:35
May 12 Texas 8:10
May 13 Texas 8:10
May 14 Texas 8:10
May 16 Chicago Sox 8:10
Date Opponent Time
May 17 Chicago Sox 4:10
May 18 Chicago Sox 2:10
May 19 at LA Angels 10:05
May 20 at LA Angels 10:05
May 21 at LA Angels 10:05
May 22 at Seattle 10:10
May 23 at Seattle 10:10
May 24 at Seattle 10:10
May 25 at Seattle 4:10
May 26 at Kansas City 8:10
May 27 at Kansas City 8:10
May 28 at Kansas City 2:10
May 29 Baltimore 8:10
May 30 Baltimore 8:10
May 31 Baltimore 4:10
Jun. 1 Baltimore 2:10
Jun. 3 LA Angels 8:10
Jun. 4 LA Angels 8:10
Jun. 5 LA Angels 7:10
Jun. 6 at Minnesota 8:10
Jun. 7 at Minnesota 2:10
Jun. 8 at Minnesota 2:10
Jun. 9 at Arizona 9:40
Jun. 10 at Arizona 3:40
Jun. 11 Arizona 8:10
Jun. 12 Arizona 8:10
Jun. 13 Tampa Bay 8:10
Jun. 14 Tampa Bay 4:10
Jun. 15 Tampa Bay 2:10
Jun. 17 at Washington 7:05
Jun. 18 at Washington 7:05
Jun. 19 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Jun. 20 at Tampa Bay 7:10
Jun. 21 at Tampa Bay 4:10
Jun. 22 at Tampa Bay 1:40
Jun. 24 Atlanta 8:10
Jun. 25 Atlanta 8:10
Jun. 26 Atlanta 2:10
Jun. 27 Detroit 8:10
Jun. 28 Detroit 4:10
Jun. 29 Detroit 2:10
Jun. 30 Seattle 8:10
Date Opponent Time
Jul. 1 Seattle 8:10
Jul. 2 Seattle 2:10
Jul. 3 at LA Angels 10:05
Jul. 4 at LA Angels 9:05
Jul. 5 at LA Angels 10:05
Jul. 6 at LA Angels 3:35
Jul. 7 at Texas 8:05
Jul. 8 at Texas 8:05
Jul. 9 at Texas 8:05
Jul. 11 Boston 8:10
Jul. 12 Boston 4:10
Jul. 13 Boston 2:10
Jul. 18 at Chicago Sox 8:10
Jul. 19 at Chicago Sox 7:10
Jul. 20 at Chicago Sox 2:10
Jul. 22 at Oakland 10:05
Jul. 23 at Oakland 10:05
Jul. 24 at Oakland 3:35
Jul. 25 Miami 8:10
Jul. 26 Miami 7:10
Jul. 27 Miami 2:10
Jul. 28 Oakland 8:10
Jul. 29 Oakland 8:10
Jul. 30 Oakland 2:10
Jul. 31 Toronto 8:10
Aug. 1 Toronto 8:10
Aug. 2 Toronto 7:10
Aug. 3 Toronto 2:10
Aug. 5 at Philadelphia 7:05
Aug. 6 at Philadelphia 7:05
Aug. 7 at Philadelphia 7:05
Aug. 8 Texas 8:10
Aug. 9 Texas 7:10
Aug. 10 Texas 2:10
Aug. 11 Minnesota 8:10
Aug. 12 Minnesota 8:10
Aug. 13 Minnesota 2:10
Aug. 14 at Boston 7:10
Aug. 15 at Boston 7:10
Aug. 16 at Boston 7:10
Aug. 17 at Boston 1:35
Date Opponent Time
Aug. 19 at NY Yankees 7:05
Aug. 20 at NY Yankees 7:05
Aug. 21 at NY Yankees 1:05
Aug. 22 at Cleveland 7:05
Aug. 23 at Cleveland 7:05
Aug. 24 at Cleveland 1:05
Aug. 25 Oakland 8:10
Aug. 26 Oakland 8:10
Aug. 27 Oakland 8:10
Aug. 28 Texas 8:10
Aug. 29 Texas 8:10
Aug. 30 Texas 7:10
Aug. 31 Texas 2:10
Sept. 2 LA Angels 8:10
Sept. 3 LA Angels 8:10
Sept. 5 at Oakland 10:05
Sept. 6 at Oakland 4:05
Sept. 7 at Oakland 4:05
Sept. 8 at Seattle 10:10
Sept. 9 at Seattle 10:10
Sept. 10 at Seattle 10:10
Sept. 12 at LA Angels 10:05
Sept. 13 at LA Angels 9:05
Sept. 14 at LA Angels 3:35
Sept. 15 Cleveland 8:10
Sept. 16 Cleveland 8:10
Sept. 17 Cleveland 8:10
Sept. 18 Cleveland 8:10
Sept. 19 Seattle 8:10
Sept. 20 Seattle 7:10
Sept. 21 Seattle 2:10
Sept. 22 at Texas 8:05
Sept. 23 at Texas 8:05
Sept. 24 at Texas 8:05
Sept. 26 at NY Mets 7:10
Sept. 27 at NY Mets 7:10
Sept. 28 at NY Mets 1:10

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  • 07
  • Aug
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Aug 8, 2014
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  • 08
  • Aug
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Aug 9, 2014
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  • 09
  • Aug
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Aug 10, 2014
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  • 10
  • Aug
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Aug 11, 2014
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  • 11
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  • 12
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Aug 13, 2014
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  • 13
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Aug 19, 2014
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  • 23
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  • 24
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Aug 25, 2014
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  • 25
  • Aug
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  • $9
Aug 26, 2014
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  • 26
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  • $9
Aug 27, 2014
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  • 27
  • Aug
  • 7:10 PM
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  • $10
Aug 28, 2014
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  • 28
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  • 29
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Aug 30, 2014
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  • 30
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Aug 31, 2014
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  • 31
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Sep 2, 2014
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  • 02
  • Sep
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Sep 3, 2014
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  • 03
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  • $7
Sep 5, 2014
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  • 05
  • Sep
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  • $21
Sep 6, 2014
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  • 06
  • Sep
  • 1:05 PM
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  • $21
Sep 7, 2014
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  • 07
  • Sep
  • 1:05 PM
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  • $15
Sep 8, 2014
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  • 08
  • Sep
  • 7:10 PM
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  • $8
Sep 9, 2014
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  • 09
  • Sep
  • 7:10 PM
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  • $8
Sep 10, 2014
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  • 10
  • Sep
  • 7:10 PM
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Sep 12, 2014
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  • 12
  • Sep
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  • $8
Sep 13, 2014
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  • 13
  • Sep
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  • $8
Sep 14, 2014
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  • 14
  • Sep
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  • $4
Sep 15, 2014
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  • 15
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  • 16
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  • 17
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  • 7:10 PM
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  • 18
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Sep 19, 2014
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  • 19
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  • 7:10 PM
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Sep 20, 2014
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  • 20
  • Sep
  • 6:10 PM
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  • $22
Sep 21, 2014
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  • 21
  • Sep
  • 1:10 PM
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  • $9
Sep 22, 2014
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  • 22
  • Sep
  • 7:05 PM
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  • $2
Sep 23, 2014
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  • 23
  • Sep
  • 7:05 PM
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  • $2
Sep 24, 2014
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  • 24
  • Sep
  • 7:05 PM
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  • $2
Sep 26, 2014
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  • 26
  • Sep
  • 7:10 PM
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  • $12
Sep 27, 2014
  • Sat
  • 27
  • Sep
  • 7:10 PM
  • FROM
  • $13
Sep 28, 2014
  • Sun
  • 28
  • Sep
  • 1:10 PM
  • FROM
  • $24
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