Astros manager Bo Porter will be tomorrow's guest on Astroline, which will be broadcast live from the ESPN Zone Restaurant on Disney's Boardwalk in Lake Buena Vista, FL, for its final two shows. Tomorrow's show will be broadcast live starting at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT) on KBME 790 AM. The show is open to the public and will be streamed online at Astros.com."/>

Bo Porter to be tomorrow's guest on Astroline

Astros manager Bo Porter will be tomorrow's guest on Astroline, which will be broadcast live from the ESPN Zone Restaurant on Disney's Boardwalk in Lake Buena Vista, FL, for its final two shows.

Tomorrow's show will be broadcast live starting at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT) on KBME 790 AM. The show is open to the public and will be streamed online at Astros.com.

Astros radio color commentator Steve Sparks will serve as the host of Astroline and will be filling in for Hall of Fame broadcaster Milo Hamilton.

Fans can submit questions to the show via Twitter at twitter.com/astros before and during the show. Fans may also post questions on the Astros Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Astros. As always, fans will also have the option to call the show with questions at 713-212-5790.

Astroline, which is presented by Budweiser, is broadcast live weekly from 7-8 p.m. CT during the offseason. The show rotates between KTRH 740 AM and their sister station KBME 790 AM.

During his first season as Astros Manager in 2013, Porter guided the club through its inaugural season in the American League as the youngest skipper in the Majors. The 41-year-old Houston resident was named the 17th manager in franchise history on Sept. 27, 2012. He has 19 years of combined experience as a player, coach and manager in the minor leagues and Major Leagues.

Sparks enters his second season as the Astros radio color commentator after being named to the post on Feb. 13, 2013. Prior to joining the Astros radio broadcast team, Sparks served as a pre- and postgame analyst for Astros television games over several seasons following a 17-year playing career. A knuckleballer in his playing days, Sparks pitched in the Major Leagues in parts of nine seasons (1995-2004) for the Brewers, Angels, Tigers, A's and Diamondbacks. His best season came in 2001 for Detroit when he went 14-9 with a 3.65 ERA and a Major League-best eight complete games while tallying 232.0 innings pitched.

Astroline remaining schedule (subject to change)

Day            Date                Station

Wed.          Mar. 12            KBME

Thur.         Mar. 20           KTRH