|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||445.00||15.00||.254||52.00||61.00||1.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Seattle||59||10||1|| .231|| .237|| .169|
|vs Iwakuma (Career)||20||4||0|| .200||.238||.200|
|vs RHP||337||73||12|| .293|| .374|| .217|
|09/14/2014||Salvador Perez, C KC||Jason Castro, C HOU|
Brian Dozier, 2B MIN
|09/11/2014||Joc Pederson, LF LAD|
Danny Duffy, SP KC
Aroldis Chapman, RP CIN
Marcell Ozuna, CF MIA
Derek Norris, C OAK
Mat Latos, SP CIN
Sean Doolittle, RP OAK
|Jason Castro, C HOU|
Brandon McCarthy, SP NYY
Bryce Harper, LF WAS
Starling Marte, LF PIT
Jordan Zimmermann, SP WAS
Hisashi Iwakuma, SP SEA
|Last 10 Games|
|Jason Castro belts a grand slam Thursday |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(8/29/14) Astros catcher Jason Castro belted a grand slam Thursday against the Rangers.
Castro struck in the bottom of the fifth inning. With the bases loaded, he sent a 96 mph fastball out to right for the grand slam. Castro also singled and walked earlier in the contest. He finished 2 for 3, with one run scored and four RBI.
|Jason Castro connects for second August home run |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(8/17/14) Astros catcher Jason Castro homered during a losing effort Saturday at Boston. He went 2 for 3 with two walks and one run in a 10-7 loss.
Castro connected for a solo home run off Red Sox closer Koji Uehara in the ninth inning. It was his 12th home run and second in August.
Castro is batting .275 with a .450 slugging percentage, .783 OPS, two doubles, four home runs, nine RBI and 11 runs in his last 20 games.
|Jason Castro absent from Wednesday lineup |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(8/6/14) Bo Porter has given Astros catcher Jason Castro the Wednesday night game against Philadelphia off. He has hit safely in six of his last seven games.
Castro has 106 strikeouts in 339 at-bats this season, but has also driven in 43 runs.
|Jason Castro parks 11th HR during 8-2 win |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(8/3/14) Astros catcher Jason Castro connected for his 11th home run and third in seven games during an 8-2 win Saturday against the Blue Jays. He finished 3 for 4 with two RBI.
Castro connected for a two-run homer off Brett Cecil in the eighth inning after collecting singles in the first and fifth innings.
Since July 1, Castro is batting .295 with a .526 slugging percentage, .838 OPS, one triple, four doubles, four home runs, nine runs and 11 RBI in his last 19 games.
|Jason Castro slugs ninth home run Saturday vs. Marlins |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(7/27/14) Astros catcher Jason Castro went 2 for 5 with a two-run home run in his team's 7-3 loss to the Marlins Saturday.
Castro gave his team a brief 2-1 lead in the first inning before the Marlins went back on top for good in the second. The catcher has managed to go 5 for 13 with a pair of extra-base hits over his last three games. He has hit .229/.298/.382 with nine home runs and 38 RBI in 306 at-bats.
Start and sit hitters for Week 26
Which hitters should you trust in the final scoring period of the season? Our Scott White helps you make the tough calls with his start and sit hitters for Week 26.
MLB announces 2014 Roberto Clemente Award nominees
Each team gets a nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. Here are all 30.
R.I.P.: 2014 Houston Astros' season
What went right for the 2014 Houston Astros? What went wrong? How do they move forward? Let's take a look as part of our R.I.P. series.
Waiver Wire: No time to waste
With only a couple scoring periods left in the season, it's time to be picky about your roster moves. Our Al Melchior dives into the options available on the waiver wire.
|Pressed into big-league duty before he was ready in 2010 and then saddled by injuries in the two years that followed, Jason Castro, the Astros' top prospect not so long ago, was written off by most Fantasy owners prior to 2013. But he forced his way back into their collective consciousness with a breakthrough so impressive that it even earned him an All-Star nod. And if you think that was just a "well, somebody from the Astros had to make it" sort of pick, take a second look at his numbers. Then, remember this: He missed almost all of September with a cyst behind his right knee that ultimately required surgery. If he closes out the year healthy, there's a good chance he's a 20-homer, 40-double catcher, the majors' first since Brian McCann in 2008 and only its ninth ever. Not surprisingly, among full-time catchers, only Joe Mauer and Yadier Molina finished with a higher OPS than Castro's .835. Because most Fantasy owners perceive him to have come out of nowhere, Castro might not be a top-10 catcher on Draft Day, but those numbers suggest he has top-five potential. He'll have to prove his health again in spring training and keep up-and-comer Max Stassi at bay, but his pedigree suggests he's the real deal.
(Updated 1/9/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|9/21/14||SEA||2:10 pm||Hisashi Iwakuma|
|9/22/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Derek Holland|
|9/23/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Nick Martinez|
|9/24/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Lisalverto Bonilla|
|9/26/14||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Jonathon Niese|
|9/27/14||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Jacob deGrom|
|9/28/14||@ NYM||1:10 pm||Dillon Gee|