Schafer said he has nothing but good memories from his time with the Braves and still has a house in the area.
"I loved being here," Schafer said. "I loved the city. I loved everything about the place and playing here. Baseball's a business and you move on and I'm thankful for the opportunity I have now in Houston."
Schafer started the first game of the series, going 1-for-4. He pinch-hit in Saturday's game and was not in Sunday's starting lineup.
Schafer is hitting .219 with a .307 on-base percentage for this season.