Houston Astros First Half In Review

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May 14, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Astros right fielder George Springer (4) is congratulated by second baseman Jose Altuve (27) after hitting a home run during the seventh inning against the Texas Rangers at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Houston Astros First Half In Review

The first half of the MLB season is over. The Houston Astros have definitely made some progress and have brought back some optimism among Astros fans. Here are the Astros’ records at the half the last three seasons:

2014 Houston Astros record: 40-56 (.417)

2013 Houston Astros record: 33-61 (.351)

2012 Houston Astros record: 33-53 (.384)

As you can tell from these records the Astros have made some progress this season. In the off season the Astros acquired Dexter Fowler, Scott Feldman, Jesus Guzman, Chad Qualls and others. While some of these players haven’t performed up to expectations, others have helped this team become more competitive.

Let’s take a look at the good, the bad, and the indifferent for the first half of the season.

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  • JohnE H-Town

    Sure wish this team was on TV

  • JR Carroll

    Luckily I don’t live in H town anymore so I can see the games but I’m telling you it hurts more times than not.

  • Astros Future

    Really sucks they can’t get a TV deal, especially with the team becoming more exciting now!