The Houston Astros were originally named the Houston Colt .45's.
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The Houston Colt .45s
The Houston Astros play their home games at Minute Maid Park.
The Astros entered the National League in 1962 as the Houston Colt 45s. The name was changed to Astros in 1965 when the team moved into the Astrodome.
The Houston Astros began playing in the Astrodome in 1965. It was also the year the team changed their name from the Colt .45's to the Astros.
The owner of the Houston Astros is Jim Crane. He bought the Houston Astros from Drayton McLane in late 2011. Under Jim Crane the Houston Astros moved from National to American league.
In 1965, the Houston Astros had a 65-97 record.
In 1966, the Houston Astros had a 72-90 record.