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If I took the name away from the position prospect of the day, that description would make me think the Astros will trade a reliever for him at the deadline.
All-time best makeup: Avon Driggers or Dennis Dove?
So you're saying there's a chance!
Carlos Pen... never mind, even an Astros fan doesn't believe that.
His defense was far above acceptable.
At what point will I stop looking for the Astros prospects in the NL section?
Isn't there an argument to be made that a team like the Astros could anticipate recovering more in trade for Bourn by signing him and thenn trading him at the deadline, than the second-round pick they would surrender?
I opened this and immediately thought "Why did they skip the Astros?"
And now I'm sad all over again.
Essentially, Luhnow did an entire extra draft class via trades: he got some high upside arms, a key piece or two, and some organizational guys that you hope, but don't expect, to break out.
The last time it happened, Joe Paterno was still the all-time leader in coaching wins.
"Monkies"? "It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times?"
Only Jeff Bagwell could have hit so many home runs while looking like a man trying to hover over the toilet.
You need to physically harm 44% of the electorate.
I haven't felt this since... the Pence deal.
What, you couldn't work in "Houston, we have a problem"?
PECOTA projects the pitching staff listed for 83 wins.
PECOTA projects the Astros for 69 wins.
Keep tweaking, guys.
You are absolutely correct. BP loves to pretend to objectivity, but their clear disdain for both Ed Wade and the Astros lead them to not merely have a lack of coverage, but actually to ignore the facts in front of them while choosing whatever punching bag they see fit.
The Astros have fallen far as a franchise. Unfortunately, so has BP.
Especially glaring since Blum hit the extra-inning HR that effectively ended the series.
Lidstrom is still under club control - he's only in his fourth season.
"Tommy Manzella ended up being the big haul from the 2005 draft—the third-rounder just hit his way right back into the minors."
Actually, he went on the DL with a broken finger.
That's a lot of words for a very simple preimise: the Astros will get better prospects the more salary they eat.