The future looks very bright indeed for the Astros. They’re coming off a solid year, last season. They also have one of MLB’s brightest young stars in Carlos Correa. The 21-year-old shortstop is the former No. 1 draft pick. Amazingly, he played in only 99 games, yet won Rookie of the Year by hitting .279 with 22 homers, 68 RBIs and 14 stolen bases. We’re still getting used to talking about this team and where they stand in the American League. The Astros have been members of the AL West division since 2013. [+]

Houston Asrtros spent the previous 51 seasons in the National League. A conference where they saw sporadic success, and made a single World Series appearance in 2005 against the Chicago White Sox, in which they were swept in four games.

Houston Astros Odds Today

Let’s take a look at the Houston Astros odds today, for people looking to place a bet on today’s action, with the sharpest line in the business. The Astros play their home games at Minute Maid Park, and their games will air on television from the Central Time Zone.

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Houston Astros Schedule

Here’s a glance at the Houston Astros schedule, including all their home and away games. 

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Houston Astros Standings

We are your source for the Houston Astros standings. Check back often to see how they are doing against their inter-divisional foes and rivals. 

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Houston Astros Betting

The Astros are one of 8 teams in Major League Baseball to have never won a World Series. So, you know, any time would be good for Astro fans. Post season success is long overdue in Houston. 

Betting on these Houston Astros is interesting. They have a blend of youth and experience that means they’re never quite out of the hunt. Many experts have them pegged to win the division, and some have them finally breaking through and winning the World Series. That’s a tall order though, as they will have to work their way through a very competitive American League West division. 

When betting on any baseball game, remember the distribution of talent in MLB is actually pretty even. always remember that the best team in a division isn’t that much more talented than bad teams. So if a lowly team in last place is playing the talented Astros in a 3 game series, the Astros may lose a game– even on the road. You don’t see this as often in the NBA or NFL, as the upper class routinely handles the lottery teams, and it’s a bigger upset when this doesn’t happen.