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2017 may be the season to watch out for the Houston Astros as their team may really come together. With one of the best lineups in baseball featuring young stars, the Astros are in prime position for a playoff run. Find the best deals on Houston Astros tickets on Rukkus!

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Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Minute Maid Park your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Minute Maid Park allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Minute Maid Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Minute Maid Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, the abnormally inclined area of centerfield, known as Tal’s Hill, and the in play flagpole, immediately catch your eye. Tal’s Hill has caused major controversy in the past due to the difficulty it causes many fielders, as well as the dangers it causes when trying to field a fly ball in deep centerfield.

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When do Houston Astros tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Astros tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Astros page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Houston Astros play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Minute Maid Park during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Astros Outlook

The Houston Astros saw positive signs of life last season as they made it into the postseason. For 2016, the Astros are definitely have the potential to be a contender in to represent the AL in the World Series. The Astros are looking to have big seasons from young star Carlos Correa and 2015 Cy Young Winner Dallas Keuchel. The Astros could be the team to watch in 2016.

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A visit to Houston, Texas to see the Astros take the field is an amazing experience. You will witness terrific baseball action and see one of the best ball parks in all of North America. The Astros are the pride of the city of Houston and never disappoint their home crowd by providing entertaining baseball every chance they can. Pick up your tickets to an Astros game right away!



The Astros boast a talented young lineup of ball players. Their roster is full of speed and athleticism that makes their style of baseball truly captivating. Astros fans have had plenty to cheer for throughout their history, including legendary players like Nolan Ryan, Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio. Come join the Astros in their quest for the pennant. Get your tickets now!

Minute Maid Park is the perfect facility to see a live MLB game. This unique stadium has been the site of countless entertaining baseball games over the years. Located in downtown Houston, fans flock from all over the country to be a part of the action. You need to be here to experience the thrill of Astros baseball. Grab your Astros tickets today!

A fan-friendly environment and tremendous baseball action are guaranteed at a Houston Astros game. As the first MLB team founded in Texas, the Astros fan base is second to none. The fans have plenty to root for as this up-and-coming team battles their AL West foes. Buy your Houston Astros tickets right away!

A Brief History of the Astros Franchise

Born of expansion in 1962, Texas’ first Major League Baseball franchise opened under the banner of the Houston Colt .45s. They were consistently futile – losing 96 games in each of their first three season, all while having to deal with the uncomfortably hot temperatures that came with playing outdoors in that region.

Much change came in 1965. The team changed its name around the same time it moved into a futuristic indoor facility. Thus, the beginning of the Astros and the Astrodome – dubbed the “Eighth Wonder of the World” as the first-ever multi-purpose domed stadium. Another new innovation that would come of this new style of play would be the playing surface. Since real grass couldn’t grow indoors, a synthetic type of it became a necessity. The result, Astroturf.

A trend began in which the team was a must-watch not because of its performance, but because of the wild innovations surrounding them. This included the alterations to their uniforms. It began in 1971. The navy blue theme became an orange one. But this was nothing compared to what was done prior to the 1975 season.

Many teams in that era went for garish uniforms, and the Astros were no different. Houston’s ballplayers now sported bright, multi-shaded stripes at the bottom portion of their shirts with similar stripes running down their pant legs.

The look was quite amusing, but the team was becoming a serious contender. Despite solid players such as starting pitcher Larry Dierker, first baseman Bob Watson and outfielder Cesar Cedeno, the Astros were mostly mired in mediocre status – never getting better than third place and only enjoying two winning seasons over their first 17 years of existence.

However, J.R. Richard was helping to spark a turnaround. The fireballing right-hander struck out 313 batters in 1979 while winning 18 games. At season’s end, the ‘Stros were a second-place club, winding up just 1.5 games back of the Cincinnati Reds in the National League West.

If the presence of Richard wasn’t intimidating enough for opposing batters, the Astros further enhanced their power pitching status with the off-season signing of Nolan Ryan – who became the first to earn $1 million per year.

Expectations were high for 1980. Through the first half of the year, Houston didn’t disappoint – sitting in a first place tie with the Los Angeles Dodgers at the All-Star break. But soon after, things would take a devastating turn for the worse. Richard, while throwing on an off-day, suffered a major stroke and collapsed. It ended his season and all but ended his career.

The Astros, though, proved resilient. They stayed on top of the NL West by three games heading into regular season-closing three-game road series against second-place Los Angeles. The Dodgers swept Houston, and forced a one-game playoff at Dodger Stadium. That’s when it finally came together for the Astros. An Art Howe home run and the pitching of Joe Niekro locked up the franchise’s first postseason berth.

The roller-coaster of emotions that transpired throughout the regular year continued in the National League Championship Series versus the Philadelphia Phillies. Four of the five games went into extra innings – including all the ones played at the Astrodome. A Game 3 victory seemed to be the momentum necessary for a four-game triumph at home. But the Phillies prevailed the next day – forcing another do-or-die for Houston.

The Astros claimed an early advantage in Game 5 and a held a 5-2 lead into the eighth, a lead that appeared safe with Nolan Ryan on the hill. Yet again, Philadelphia rallied – scoring five runs to go on top. Houston answered in the bottom half, getting two of its own to tie it. Once more, the two clubs needed extra innings to decide it. Gary Maddox’ RBI single in the top of the 10th proved to be the game-winner. The Astros would come up one run short.

It would be six years before they would get close again. In between, the legend of Nolan Ryan was furthered. He became the first pitcher to throw five no-hitters when he shut down the Dodgers in 1981 and topped the all-time strikeout leader in 1983.

More excitement and drama was in store for 1986. The ace of the staff this year was Mike Scott. His no-no against the San Francisco Giants on Sept. 25 also turned out to be the NL West clincher.

Scott was equally as dominant in the NLCS. Facing the 108-win New York Mets, the Astros got a much needed Game 1 shutout. Then, he stifled the Mets in Game 4 to even the series. Despite a great effort by Ryan in Game 5, New York won in 12 innings. The specter of Scott loomed over the Mets as it tried to clinch the pennant in the Astrodome. Bob Knepper’s 3-0 lead dwindled away in the ninth, as three New York runs squared the contest helped to create one of the postseason’s most incredible games.

It remained 3-3 until the Mets scored a run in the 14th. But Billy Hatcher kept the Astros alive with a homer down the left field line. Houston fell down by three in the 16th, and could only manage two in the bottom half. Jesse Orosco got Kevin Bass to strike out – leaving Houston feeling empty once more.

The hopeful times of ’80 and ’86 transpired into hopeless times in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Promise, though, would come in the form of Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell. The former making the All-Star team in 1991 and the latter winning the Rookie of the Year that same season.

The duo would be a part of six playoff trips. But, as has been this franchise’s theme song, the Astros would continue to fall short.

From 1997-99, Houston won three straight NL Central crowns – and lost three straight Division Series. It fell to the same fate in 2001 – the first year of brand-new Enron Field (now Minute Maid Park).

Was a different ending in store for 2004? Behind Roger Clemens, who would win his record seventh Cy Young Award, and Lance Berkman, the Astros advanced to the LCS. Only the St. Louis Cardinals stood in the way, and would ultimately prevent them in a toughly-contested seven-game series.

Instead of getting distraught over coming up short again, the Astros came back the next year – and exacted revenge on the Cardinals. Up three-games-to-two in Game 6, Roy Oswalt held the Cardinals’ bats to just one run, while the bats built up a four-run lead. There would be no what-ifs on this night in Busch Stadium. After all the close calls and near misses, Houston finally earned the right to play for the World Championship.

The opponent in this 2005 edition of the Fall Classic would be the Chicago White Sox, seeking to end a title drought that stretched back to 1919. Houston dropped the first two at Comiskey Park. It did all it could to prevent from falling back three-games-to-none in Game 3 at home. A 5-5 tie lasted into the 14th inning before Geoff Bluff silenced the Astros rooters. His solo blast proved to be enough. The White Sox took a commanding three-games to none lead. Houston didn’t wilt in Game 4, but it did fail to produce a run. Chicago managed to get one across in the eighth inning – enough for a series sweep.

Although it was tough to go through a World Series without winning a game, it marked the high point for the Astros franchise. A nose-dive to rock bottom would come soon after in the form of three consecutive seasons (2011-13) of more than 100 losses. The 2014 campaign resulted in 92 more, but signs of a comeback aren’t far off.

There may no longer be the wondrous sight of the Astrodome or the hideous sight of the rainbow jerseys. There may not be a Nolan Ryan or J.R. Richard on the pitching staff or even a Craig Biggio or Jeff Bagwell in the lineup. But there are more good things to talk about with the Houston Astros than there was five years back.

Jose Altuve, George Springer, and Dallas Keuchel provide a solid nucleus that have already made Houston a respectable baseball town once again.

Houston Astros Lineup

  • Matt Albers DL60
  • Anthony Bass
  • Jake Buchanan
  • Kevin Chapman
  • Jose Cisnero DL60
  • Jesse Crain DL60
  • Luis Cruz
  • Jorge De Leon
  • Samuel Deduno
  • Darin Downs
  • Scott Feldman
  • Josh Fields
  • Mike Foltynewicz
  • Dallas Keuchel
  • Collin McHugh
  • Brett Oberholtzer
  • Rudy Owens
  • Brad Peacock
  • Chad Qualls
  • Tony Sipp
  • Nick Tropeano
  • Jose Veras
  • Alex White
  • Asher Wojciechowski
  • Josh Zeid DL60
  • Jason Castro
  • Carlos Corporan
  • Max Stassi
  • Jose Altuve
  • Matt Dominguez
  • Marwin Gonzalez
  • Jesus Guzman
  • Marc Krauss
  • Gregorio Petit
  • Jon Singleton
  • Jonathan Villar
  • Dexter Fowler
  • Robbie Grossman
  • L.J. Hoes
  • Jake Marisnick
  • Alex Presley
  • Domingo Santana
  • George Springer DL15
  • Chris Carter

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Cheap Houston Astros Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Exhibition: Milwaukee Brewers at Houston Astros — 04/01/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels — 09/30/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros — 08/31/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Exhibition: Milwaukee Brewers at Houston Astros — 03/31/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Cleveland Indians at Houston Astros — 05/11/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at Houston Astros — 05/24/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros — 08/29/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros — 08/30/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Houston Astros at Chicago White Sox — 06/10/2015
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Houston Astros at Los Angeles Angels — 10/01/2016
Angel Stadium of Anaheim; Anaheim, CA

Best and Most Expensive Houston Astros Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$8,400.00Los Angeles Dodgers at Houston Astros — 08/23/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$4,000.00ALDS: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 3 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/14/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$3,500.00World Series: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 11/04/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$3,500.00ALCS: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 4 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/24/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$661.00Houston Astros at Seattle Mariners — 04/27/2016
Safeco Field; Seattle, WA
$657.00World Series: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 3 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 11/03/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$614.00World Series: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 1 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/27/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$592.00World Series: TBD at Houston Astros - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/28/2015
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$514.00Houston Astros at Oakland Athletics — 05/01/2016
O.Co Coliseum; Oakland, CA
$351.00ALDS: Houston Astros at Kansas City Royals - Game 5 — 10/14/2015
Kauffman Stadium; Kansas City, MO
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