Astros sign RHP Neris to $17 million, 2-year deal

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/30 4:56P
HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Astros signed right-hander Héctor Neris to a $17 million, two-year contract Tuesday with an option for 2024, bringing an experienced closer to the American League champions.

State of the Rockets Future

Houston Rockets 11/25 6:21P Clutch
We re almost to the quarter mark of the season and though it hasn t been a kind one to the Houston Rockets at 2-16 so far, this is a clear rebuild with player development as the team s highest priority. So let s talk about that. My philosophy in...

Former MLB outfielder, manager Bill Virdon dies at 90

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/23 10:21A
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Bill Virdon, the steady centerfielder who won the 1955 National League Rookie of the Year for St. Louis and guided the Houston Astros to three straight postseason appearances as a manager, has died. He was 90.

Verlander gets $25M from Astros, Belt remains with Giants

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/17 12:23P By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Write
NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Verlander reached a $25 million deal to remain with the Houston Astros as he comes back from Tommy John surgery, and Brandon Belt accepted an $18.4 million qualifying offer from the San Francisco Giants on…

Verlander agrees to $25M, 1-year deal with Astros

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/17 11:53A By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writ
HOUSTON (AP) — Justin Verlander has agreed to a $25 million, one-year contract with the Houston Astros that includes a conditional $25 million player option for a second season.

Astros center fielder Jake Meyers has shoulder surgery

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/10 12:23P
CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) — Houston Astros center fielder Jake Meyers had surgery Wednesday to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, an injury that could delay his 2022 season.

Summer castoff Jorge Soler transforms into World Series MVP

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/2 7:03P By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Write
HOUSTON (AP) — A spare piece no more, Jorge Soler drove a pitch over the train tracks, out of Minute Maid Park and deep into the heart of Texas. He dropped his bat, tapped his chest twice and jabbed a…

World Series defeat could mark end of era for Astros

Fort Bend Herald (Sports) 11/2 6:38P By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writ
HOUSTON (AP) — Carlos Correa stood on the dugout steps watching as Yuli Gurriel grounded out to end Game 6 of the World Series before slowly walking away and heading into Houston's clubhouse for what could be the last time.
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