CSN Houston "Lucas Harrell is no longer and Astro. The Astros traded the starting pitcher on Monday afternoon to the Arizona Diamondbacks for a player to be named later or cash considerations. The trade ends Harrell's up-and-down stay in Houston. In 2012, Harrell led the Astros with 11 wins (he went..." April 29
Houston Chronicle "The Astros cut ties with Lucas Harrell on Monday, six days after he had been outrighted. The perplexing right-hander was traded to the Diamondbacks for cash considerations or a player to be named later. Harrell, 28, put together a strong 2012 in Houston, but never returned to that form. After..." April 28
RHP Lucas Harrell will start in place of RHP Bud Norris tonight in Baltimore.
All early indications are Harrell's out of #Astros' rotation.
Houston Chronicle "Astros righthander Lucas Harrell, who skipped his previous scheduled start because of a right groin injury, is ready to get back on the mound Saturday night when the Astros visit the Washington Nationals. “It’s great because my leg feels great and my body feels great,” he said. “We were just..." March 16
Houston Chronicle "Lucas Harrell, who was skipped from his previous scheduled start because of a right groin injury, is eager to get back on the mound Saturday night when the Astros face the Washington Nationals. “Tomorrow I’ll be able to get back after it and get my first game in 10 days,” he said. “I’m excited..." March 15
Houston Chronicle "Although Bo Porter gave his players the complete day off, Lucas Harrell and Erik Bedard showed up at Osceola County Stadium to get some treatment and play long toss Monday morning. Harrell, who was skipped from his scheduled start Sunday because of a groin injury, expects to start later this..." March 11
Houston Chronicle "Fewer options may actually benefit a small group of players in Astros’ camp. As the date nears for the first cuts of the pre-season, there is a handful of players who likely won’t be packing their bags in that initial round. In fact, these nine players will get long and even extra looks and their..." February 26
Houston Chronicle "Astros starting right-hander Lucas Harrell considers Bud Norris the team’s No. 1 starter. First-year manager Bo Porter isn’t ready to give the ball to Norris just yet. Porter said the Astros’ top-of-the-rotation pitcher hasn’t been set, while spots four and five will be a competition..." February 11