The tweet, which invited ladies to "learn about baseball," didn't sit well with many twitter users who claimed the post was misogynist and outdated.
"@astros implying women don't know about baseball?" wrote user @Yvetteab
"so grateful @houstondynamo have never insulted their female fans like that," tweeted @1morequietnight.
"#Astros tweets from 1950? I learned baseball scorekeeping FROM MY MOTHER. My wife has seen more games than you. Jesus." wrote @pkmonaghan.
Other users responded by attacking the struggling team.
"The Astros might want to learn how to play baseball themselves before they start offering to teach anyone.." wrote @therealquin.
"What's worse? The assumption that women would need to be taught about baseball or the idea that the @astros could do so?" tweeted @HunterFelt.
The Astros have yet to say anything about the controversial tweet, but whoever is running the account definitely changed their strategy when posting about Ladies Night on Wednesday.
"9/27 is Ladies Night by @StateFarm! Come out & get behind-the-scenes insights from the #Astros front office & enjoy food, drinks & more!" the Astros posted Wednesday.