Bud Norris - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Jun 6, 2006:Drafted by the Houston Astros in the sixth round of the 2006 amateur draft. Player signed June 9, 2006.
Jul 31, 2013:Traded by the Houston Astros to the Baltimore Orioles for Josh Hader, L.J. Hoes and 2014 competitive balance round A pick.

This Date in Astros History

Mar 2, 1985:David S. "Bud" Norris is born in Greenbrae, CA. The righthander compiles a 28-37 record with a 4.42 ERA in his first four seasons with the Astros (2009-2012).
Aug 12, 2009:Hunter Pence launches a pair of three-run homers to pace a 14-6 thrashing of the Marlins. Lance Berkman comes off the disabled list to drill a pair of RBI doubles. Carlos Lee adds three hits and three RBIs. Rookie Bud Norris lasts five inning to up his record to 3-0 since a midseason call-up.
Aug 3, 2010:Angel Sanchez delivers four hits and six RBIs as the Astros erupt for an 18-4 mauling in St. Louis on 22 hits. Everyone in the starting lineup had at least one hit. Carlos Lee and Pedro Feliz contributed three hits each. Bud Norris coasted to the win. The seven-game winning streak has pushed the surging Astros into fourth place in the division.
Aug 14, 2010:After giving up a triple and a homer to start the game, Bud Norris bears down and strikes out 14 over seven innings for a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh. Hunter Pence supplies the offense with a solo homer and a pair of doubles, including the game-winner.
Jun 8, 2011:Bud Norris takes a no-hitter into the seventh inning against the Cardinals when ex-Astro Lance Berkman spoils the bid with a homer in the 4-1 victory. Norris allows just that one hit over eight frames. Of the field, the Astros conclude their summer draft by taking relief pitcher Buddy Lamothe of San Jacinto Junior College. Lamothe had been paralyzed in a rafting accident the month before and the selection is seen as a goodwill gesture.
Apr 19, 2012:The Astros tie a record with three triples in one inning on their way to an 11-4 blowout in Washington. Jose Altuve, Brian Bogusevic and Jason Castro launch three-baggers in the first as part of a five-run outburst then Houston adds five more runs in the sixth, including a two-run single from Bud Norris and a two-run double by Altuve. Bogesvic and Castro lead the 17-hit attack with three hits each.