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Astros vs. Mariners lineups

Astros vs. Mariners
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 – Safeco Field (2:40 pm)
Astros (7-14)   Mariners (7-13)
Player   Player
27 Jose Altuve 2B   36 Abraham Almonte (S) CF
21 Dexter Fowler (S) CF   5 Brad Miller (L) SS
15 Jason Castro (L) C   22 Robinson Cano (L) 2B
4 George Springer RF   27 Corey Hart DH
18 Marc Krauss (L) 1B   17 Justin Smoak (S) 1B
8 Alex Presley (L) LF   15 Kyle Seager (L) 3B
23 Chris Carter DH   6 Nick Franklin (S) RF
30 Matt Dominguez 3B   13 Dustin Ackley (L) LF
6 Jonathan Villar (S) SS   3 Mike Zunino C
Starting Pitcher   Starting Pitcher
48 Jarred Cosart RHP   53 Chris Young RHP

 

Astros vs. Mariners lineups

Astros vs. Mariners
Monday, April 21, 2014 – Safeco Field (9:10 pm)
Astros (5-14)   Mariners (7-11)
Player   Player
27 Jose Altuve 2B 36 Abraham Almonte (S) CF
21 Dexter Fowler (S) CF 13 Dustin Ackley (L) LF
15 Jason Castro (L) C 22 Robinson Cano (L) 2B
4 George Springer RF 27 Corey Hart DH
18 Marc Krauss (L) 1B 17 Justin Smoak (S) 1B
8 Alex Presley (L) LF 7 Stefen Romero RF
30 Matt Dominguez DH 15 Kyle Seager (L) 3B
9 Marwin Gonzalez (S) 3B 3 Mike Zunino C
6 Jonathan Villar (S) SS 5 Brad Miller (L) SS
Starting Pitcher Starting Pitcher
60 Dallas Keuchel LHP 34 Felix Hernandez RHP

Astros-Mariners lineups

Seattle Mariners vs. Houston Astros
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 – Safeco Field (9:10 p.m.)

Seattle Mariners (65-80)

 

Houston Astros (49-96)

No.

Player Pos.  

No.

Player Pos.

5

Brad Miller (L) SS  

6

Jonathan Villar (S) SS

21

Franklin Gutierrez RF  

27

Jose Altuve 2B

15

Kyle Seager (L) 3B  

8

Trevor Crowe (S) CF

8

Kendrys Morales (S) DH  

29

Brett Wallace (L) 1B

28

Raul Ibañez (L) LF  

30

Matt Dominguez 3B

17

Justin Smoak (S) 1B  

23

Chris Carter LF

55

Michael Saunders (L) CF  

59

Marc Krauss (L) DH

3

Mike Zunino C  

22

Carlos Corporan (S) C

13

Dustin Ackley (L) 2B  

38

Jimmy Paredes (S) RF

Starting Pitcher

Starting Pitcher

37

Brandon Maurer RHP  

43

Brad Peacock RHP

Lineups for Astros-Mariners

The Astros will try to win their first series of the season tonight at Safeco Field. Coming off a smashing offensive performance Tuesday in which they posted 16 runs and 22 hits in a 16-9 win, the Astros will send right-hander Brad Peacock to the mound in his second start of the season. Be sure to follow along with GameDay for all the stats and play-by-play.

A win tonight would give the Astros their first series win of the season and their third consecutive series win over the Mariners (also, 2007, 2004).

The Astros offense Tuesday night produced many franchise team notes:
• 22 hits: last, 8/3/10 at STL (22H)
• 16 runs: last, 8/3/10 at STL (18R)
• 5 homers: last, 9/16/09 at CIN (5HR)
• 40 total bases: last, 9/9/00 at CHC (44TB)
• 6 runs in inning: last, 9/10/11 at WSH (3rd, 6R)
• 6 runs in 1st inning: last, 8/30/08 vs. STL (8R)
• 7 hits in inning: last, 9/10/11 at WSH (3rd, 7H)
• 7 hits in 1st inning: last, 7/19/10 at CHC (7H)

There were also several Astros set or tied their career highs:
• Altuve ties career high w/ 4 hits (6/5/12 vs. STL)
• Altuve records career high 4 RBI
• Carter records career high 4 hits
• Carter ties career high w/ 3 RBI (7/25/12 at TOR)
• Carter records career high 2 HR
• Gonzalez ties career high w/ 3 hits (4/29/12 vs. PIT)

Here are the lineups:

April 10, 2013 – Safeco Field (9:10 p.m.)

Seattle Mariners (4-5)

 

Houston Astros (2-6)

No.

Player Pos.  

No.

Player Pos.

55

Michael Saunders (L) RF

27

Jose Altuve 2B

21

Franklin Gutierrez CF

44

Justin Maxwell CF

8

Kendrys Morales (S) DH

15

Jason Castro (L) C

28

Raul Ibañez (L) LF

23

Chris Carter DH

15

Kyle Seager (L) 3B

12

Carlos Peña (L) 1B

17

Justin Smoak (S) 1B

14

J.D. Martinez LF

13

Dustin Ackley (L) 2B

28

Rick Ankiel (L) RF

7

Kelly Shoppach C

30

Matt Dominguez 3B

26

Brendan Ryan SS

9

Marwin Gonzalez (S) SS

Starting Pitcher

Starting Pitcher

49

Blake Beavan RHP

43

Brad Peacock RHP

Astros-A’s set to battle at Minute Maid

The Astros play host to the Oakland A’s this weekend at Minute Maid Park for only the second time in history. The team are now in the same division, but both sides have a handful of players who are very familiar with the opposition. Brad Peacock is on the mound for the Astros, facing his former team in his first action since 2011. Astros starting pitchers have a 2.08 ERA in the team’s first three games.

The Astros made some news today:

  • The team designated right-handed pitcher Edgar Gonzalez for assignment to clear a roster spot for newly-acquired left-handed pitcher Travis Blackley, general manager Jeff Luhnow announced today. Blackley, whom was acquired from the Oakland Athletics yesterday, will be with the Astros for tonight’s game and will wear No. 54. He was 6-4 with a 4.10 ERA in 28 games, including 15 starts, with San Francisco (4 games) and Oakland (24 games) last season. Gonzalez, who has been with the Astros since last season, did not appear in the first three games of the 2013 season. The Astros 40-man roster is now at 40.
  • Luhnow also announced today that right-handed pitcher Alex White will undergo ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgery (Tommy John) on his right elbow next week. White left his last start on Friday (March 29) vs. the Cubs after experiencing discomfort in his right elbow.

Here are the lineups:

ASTROS

2B Jose Altuve

1B Brett Wallace

LF Chris Carter

DH Carlos Pena

CF Justin Maxwell

RF Rick Ankiel

C Jason Castro

3B Matt Dominguez

SS Marwin Gonzalez

RHP Brad Peacock

ATHLETICS

CF Coco Crisp

SS Jed Lowrie

RF Josh Reddick

LF Yoenis Cespedes

DH Seth Smith

C John Jason

3B Josh Donaldson

2B Eric Sogard

1B Nate Freiman

RHP Dan Straily

Astros ready to break camp in Kissimmee

Philip Humber arrives at clubhouse

Philip Humber arrives at clubhouse

The players filed into the Major League clubhouse at Osceola County Stadium on Thursday morning like they’ve done so many times the past seven weeks, this time wearing slacks and sports coats and pulling large suitcases stuffed with clothes. The last day of Spring Training has been circled on the calendar for quite a while, especially for those players who have been in Kissimmee for nearly two months.

The Astros have split-squad games Thursday against the Tigers in Kissimmee and Braves in Lake Buena Vista, but they will be one team when they board the team charter this evening and fly to Houston. Several of the Astros’ top Minor League players are heading to Texas with the Major League club to play in this weekend’s games against the Cubs, including Carlos Correa, Jonathan Singleton, George Springer and Delino DeSheids Jr.

No one is more excited to get home than veterans like Wesley Wright, who are eager to put on the Astros’ new uniforms and play before the home crowd. The Astros will play the Cubs at 7:05 p.m. CT on Friday night at Minute Maid Park and 1:05 p.m. Saturday before opening the season against the Rangers on Sunday at 7:05 p.m. on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Bud Norris will make his first Opening Day start against the Astros, facing Texas lefty Matt Harrrison

“I’m actually pretty anxious myself,” Wright said. “It’s been a little bit of a long Spring Training and I know everybody else is ready to get out of here and play some games that actually count towards the overall goal. We’ve had a good spring so far and that’s a good starting point. There’s a bigger picture out there we have to take care of and we’re excited to get started.”

Designated hitter Carlos Pena, who signed with the Astros in the offseason, is eager to get to Houston.

“We value the time we have here to get ready for the season, but I think everyone is looking forward to getting it going,” he said. “It’s part of the whole process, you know? It’s about time for us to move over to Minute Maid and play a couple of games and get ready for the season. I don’t think anyone is eager to rush it, but at the same time we’re glad we’re moving to the next step.”

Astros lineup vs. Tigers in Kissimmee:

2B Jose Altuve

CF Rick Ankiel

DH Carlos Pena

LF Chris Carter

1B Jonathan Singleton

RF Fernando Martinez

C Jason Castro

3B Matt Dominguez

SS Ronny Cedeno

RHP Philip Humber

Astros lineup vs. Braves in Lake Buena Vista:

RF Brandon Barnes

1B Brett Wallace

CF Justin Maxwell

3B Brandon Laird

C Carlos Corporan

LF Trevor Crowe

SS Marwin Gonzalez

2B Jose Martinez

DH Preston Tucker

RHP Lucas Harrell

Astros lineup vs. Royals

Here are the lineups for Wednesday’s finale between the Astros and Royals:

ASTROS

2B Jose Altuve

RF Brian Bixler

CF Justin Maxwell

1B Carlos Lee

LF J.D. Martinez

SS Jed Lowrie

3B Chris Johnson

C Chris Snyder

P Jordan Lyles

ROYALS

LF Alex Gordon

2B Yuniesky Betancourt

1B Billy Butler

RF Jeff Francouer

3B Mike Moustakas

SS Alcides Escobar

C Brayan Pena

CF Jarrod Dyson

P Bruce Chen

Astros’ lineup Wednesday vs. Marlins

The Astros will send Lucas Harrell to the mound tonight at Minute Maid Park in an effort to finish what would be a very good homestand if they can beat the Marlins and Josh Johnson. The Astros are 6-2 with one game remaining at home before playing three games in Pittsburgh and two in Philadelphia.

Here is the lineup for the Astros:

CF Jordan Schafer

2B Jose Altuve

SS Jed Lowrie

1B Carlos Lee

LF Travis Buck

3B Chris Johnson

RF Brian Bogusevic

C Chris Snyder

RHP Lucas Harrell

Lineups for Astros-Braves

Here are the lineups for Wednesday’s series finale between the Astros and Braves:

ASTROS

CF Jordan Schafer

2B Jose Altuve

LF J.D. Martinez

1B Carlos Lee

RF Travis Buck

3B Chris Johnson

C Jason Castro

SS Marwin Gonzalez

LHP Wandy Rodriguez

BRAVES

CF Michael Bourn

LF Martin Prado

1B Freddie Freeman

3B Chipper Jones

2B Dan Uggla

RF Jason Heyward

C David Ross

SS Jack Wilson

RHP Randall Delgado

Astros-Cardinals lineups

Here are the lineups for Tuesday’s Astros-Cardinals game:

HOUSTON

CF J.B. Shuck

2B Jose Altuve

RF Brian Bogusevic

LF Carlos Lee

1B Brett Wallace

3B Jimmy Paredes

SS Clint Barmes

C J.R. Towles

RHP Henry Sosa

ST. LOUIS

CF Jon Jay

3B David Freese

1B Albert Pujols

RF Lance Berkman

LF Matt Holliday

C Yadier Molina

2B Skip Schumaker

SS Nick Punto

RHP Jake Westbrook

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