Source: #Astros have not begun long-term extension talks with Jason Castro
Fansided "At 26 years old, Jason Castro is just starting to tap into his potential as one of the players around whom the Houston Astros are presumably building their franchise after ripping things down in 2013. In 120 games last season, Castro batted .276/.350/.485 with 18 home runs and 56 RBI. That kind..." January 07
SB Nation "The Houston Astros could look to trade Jason Castro in the near future if the circumstances are right, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. The 26-year-old catcher is eligible for arbitration for the first time this winter, and MLB Trade Rumors estimates that he will end up earning around..." January 05
CBSSports.com "What a year for Astros catcher Jason Castro. Win full-time catching job out of spring training? Check. First All-Star Game? Check. Degree from top-notch university? Check. Castro, 26, was drafted in the first round of out Stanford in 2008. At the time, he was 25 units shy of his..." December 20
Source: Still no talks between #Astros and Jason Castro about an extension. Maybe later in offseason.
Luhnow on Castro: "I’m never going to say someone is untouchable. But we fully expect Jason to be on our club for a long time to come. "
CBSSports.com "The Astros are receiving significant interest in star catcher Jason Castro, and once big free agents like Brian McCann and Jarrod Saltalamacchia go off the board, things could possibly intensify. Castro's name hasn't previously come up as a trade possibility, but the Astros have been known to..." November 12
Hardball Talk "Astros catcher Jason Castro who has a long history of knee problems that once threatened his career has been shut down for the remainder of the season. Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports that the injury is officially being called right knee discomfort but Castro has been placed on the disabled..." September 17
Astros GM Jeff Luhnow says MRI on Jason Castro's knee shows cyst on the medial side. Luhnow says it's good news and he's listed day to day.