Astroland QR: The World's Most Complete Listing of Houston Astro Baseball Cards

The Houston Astros finally, finally , finally host a World Series Game, October 25, 2005

Opening Day Starters for Houston in Caps

NL All Stars in Gold
Playing for Houston in A Major League Ballgame Gets You a Flashing Icon
Minor League All Star Card Appearances in Italics

Don't Bet the Farm on a. . .

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2 David Qualben Cards Pitcher
# 7 pick in the June 2006 draft was a league All-Star in each of first two seasons, with 2006 at Tri-City, and in 2007 at Lexington, where he was the only Legend selected to the midseason game. Qualben led those Legends in wins, innings pitched and ERA. Didn't pitch particularly well at Salem in 2008, and didn't get a card appearance, either. Lexington Legends logo
33 Chad Qualls Cards
Houston Astros logo, 2000 -
Righthanded reliever with a penchant for the double play ball became, on July 22, 2004, the first Houston Astro with the last initial of 'Q' to play in a major league game. As of this writing and perhaps for some time to come, the only Astro pitcher to have given up a Grand Slam in a World Series game. Led the Astros in games pitched each year between 2005 and 2007. Traded with Chris Burke and Juan Gutierrez on December 14, 2007 for closer Jose Valverde. Returned to the Astros in 2014 as he signed a two-year contract with a club option on the third in December
6 Carlos Quevedo Cards Pitcher