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Though the Houston Astros stumbled to baseball's worst record in 2013, the future is bright in Houston -- and the Astros will be an exciting team to watch in 2014. Houston's lineup will feature newcomer Dexter Fowler, one of the most dynamic centerfielders in baseball. Top prospects Mark Appel and George Springer will make their big league debuts in 2014. Catch the future of the Astros in 2014, and buy your Astros tickets today!

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Spring Training: Houston Astros vs.
Pittsburgh Pirates
Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Osceola County Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: St. Louis Cardinals vs.
Houston Astros
Friday, March 6, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter, Florida

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Spring Training: Houston Astros vs.
New York Yankees
Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Osceola County Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: Detroit Tigers vs.
Houston Astros (SS)
Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Joker Marchant Stadium
Lakeland, Florida

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Spring Training: Houston Astros vs.
Atlanta Braves (SS)
Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Osceola County Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays vs.
Houston Astros (SS)
Monday, March 9, 2015 at 1:07 PM

Florida Auto Exchange Stadium (Formerly Dunedin Stadium)
Dunedin, Florida

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Spring Training: Houston Astros vs.
St. Louis Cardinals
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Osceola County Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: Houston Astros vs.
Detroit Tigers
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Osceola County Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
Houston Astros
Friday, March 13, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: Atlanta Braves vs.
Houston Astros
Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 6:05 PM

Champion Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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When Jeff Luhnow accepted the job to become Houston's general manager, he knew the Astros needed to be rebuilt. 2013 was the nadir of the rebuilding process, as the Houston Astros stumbled to baseball's worst record, and will once again have the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft. The future is bright for the Astros, however, and much of the young talent will be on display this season, as the Astros move toward contention.

Houston made moves during the offseason that had contention in the near future in mind. The Astros traded for Colorado Rockies center fielder Dexter Fowler, who is one of baseball's better outfielders. Houston also shored up its bullpen by signing Chad Qualls, Matt Albers and Jesse Crain to modest contracts. Additionally, the Astros signed Scott Feldman, who will serve as an anchor to Houston's rotation.

The Astros' Minute Maid Park on a summer evening

Houston's lineup will feature lots of young, exciting players. Jose Altuve is locked in as Houston's second baseman, and is one of the better second baseman in all of baseball. Jason Castro is one of the best catchers in the American League, and will once again serve as Houston's backstop. Fowler will patrol center fielder for Houston, and will likely be flanked by Robbie Grossman and L.J. Hoes.

Astros fans will likely get a glimpse at the team's bright future in the middle of the season. Top prospect George Springer is likely to make his Astros debut at some point in 2014, and is a rare five-tool player that projects as an all-star for years to come. The Astros could also call up Mark Appel, who could blossom into an ace in the near future.

Carlos Correra, the No. 1 overall selection of the 2012 draft, should make his debut at some point in 2014 as well, and projects to be a true impact player at shortstop. Baseball Prospectus prospect guru Jason Parks compared Correra to Troy Tulowitzki -- who is the best shortstop in baseball.

Even if the Astros aren't in playoff contention in 2014, they will be in the not-too-distant future -- and they should be a World Series contender sooner rather than later. Astros fans should be sure to head out to Minute Maid Park this year and catch a glimpse of the future. Check out Ticket Liquidator's stock of Astros tickets, buy yours, and head out to Mintue Maid Park to cheer on the young Astros!

Projected Astros lineup
PlayerPOS.
Jason CastroC
Jesus Guzman1B
Jose Altuve2B
Matt Dominguez3B
Jonathan VillarSS
Robbie GrossmanLF
Dexter FowlerCF
L.J. Hoes RF
Chris CarterDH
Projected Astros rotation
Player
Scott Feldman
Brett Oberholtzer
Jerome Williams
Jarred Cosart
Brad Peacock
Projected Astros bullpen
Player
Josh Fields
Jesse Crain
Chad Qualls
Matt Albers
Lucas Harrell
Dallas Keuchel
Alex White
Josh Zeid

Astros Franchise Facts

  • Established: 1962
  • League Pennants: 2005
  • Formerly Known As: Houston Colt .45s
  • Fun Fact: The Astros earned their name from the NASA program based in Houston.
  • Home Ballpark: Minute Maid Park
  • Official Site Astros site

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