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10/2/2015 | Astros, Correa enjoy record-setting night

The Astros set a franchise record with 21 runs scored on Friday night against the D-backs, thanks in part to Carlos Correa, who set the club rookie record with his 22nd home run, one of four big flies by playoff-hungry Houston.

10/2/2015 | Sore Gomez out of Astros' lineup again

Astros center fielder Carlos Gomez was out of the starting lineup Friday after aggravating the left intercostal injury that kept him out for more than two weeks at the end of September on his game-ending throw Wednesday in Seattle.

10/2/2015 | With 3 games left, Astros up 1 for WC spot

The Astros enter the final three games of the regular season beginning Friday against the D-backs at Chase Field controlling their own destiny in the race for the second Wild Card spot in the American League.

10/2/2015 | Astros aim to come through in the end

The Astros have come so far and surprised so many in this amazing season. So much youth and energy. Such a great ride. In the end, though, this final weekend of the regular season will define the previous six months. Will the Astros be remembered as a team that defied every expectation in a magical run back to the postseason? Or will they be the group that hit a wall in September (11-16) and blinked when the lights were brightest?

10/1/2015 | With chance to clinch, Hinch comes 'full circle'

Don't expect Astros manager A.J. Hinch to take a dive into the pool at Chase Field if the Astros clinch a postseason spot this weekend.

10/1/2015 | Smart trade proves to be win-win for Cubs, Astros

There were bigger trades last winter, maybe even dozens of them. There were trades with much bigger implications. But was there a better trade than the one that the Astros and Cubs executed on Jan. 19?

10/1/2015 | Gattis' feet producing unusual modern feat

Evan Gattis might not be fleet of foot, but he's working on a season for the ages. Gattis, the Astros' 260-pound designated hitter, is the first Major League player in more than 50 years to hit more than 10 triples without stealing a base. Gattis, who delivered his 11th triple of the season on Wednesday, trails just two players in history who have had more triples without a stolen base.

10/1/2015 | Gattis boggles own mind with 11th triple

Astros designated hitter Evan Gattis has 11 triples. That's something he's still trying to wrap his mind around.

10/1/2015 | Undeterred Astros in position to finish job

Winning ugly? That might have been a cute catchphrase for the Chicago White Sox back in 1983. But there's nothing ugly about winning. That's something the youthful Astros are learning in their effort to make sure they don't turn into pumpkins.

10/1/2015 | Carter keeps scorching as homer keys win

If the Astros are able to hold on and make the postseason, they could look back on Chris Carter's sixth-inning home run Wednesday night at Safeco Field as being the biggest hit of the season.

10/1/2015 | Keuchel faces D-backs in sprint toward postseason

The Astros are back in control of their own destiny heading into a season-ending series against the Arizona D-backs beginning Friday at Chase Field.