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June 7, 2012 5:00 am

On the Beat: Astros Find New Orbit

5

John Perrotto

The Astros have performed above expectations so far and are not concerned about moving to the AL West in 2013, and a conversation with Gio Gonzalez.

So much about the Astros is new. In their case, new is good.

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December 5, 2011 9:00 am

Transaction Analysis: Going to Miami

26

R.J. Anderson

The Marlins go big to bring in Jose Reyes, the Angels trade another catcher to Toronto, the Dodgers acquire Capuano and Kennedy, and the Phillies sign Laynce Nix.

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July 6, 2011 9:00 am

On the Beat: The Brad and the Ugly

5

John Perrotto

The Astros have struggled on the field and face uncertainty in the owner's box, but manager Brad Mills isn't letting that get him down.

Brad Mills might be the most optimistic man in baseball. That sense of optimism serves him well as the Astros' manager.

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Catching up on stuff that happened when it had happened.

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July 29, 2010 4:20 am

Transaction Action: Podzilla Washes Up in Malibu?

8

Christina Kahrl

Plus Domonic Brown's call-up, and the rest of the slate of recent roster moves.

KANSAS CITY ROYALS
Team Audit | Player Cards | Depth Chart

Acquired C-R Lucas May and RHP Elisaul Pimentel from the Dodgers for OF-L Scott Podsednik; optioned RHP Victor Marte to Omaha (Triple-A); recalled RHP Bryan Bullington from Omaha; outrighted RHP Anthony Lerew to Omaha. [7/28]
Purchased the contract of RHP Greg Holland from Omaha. [7/29]

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July 21, 2010 8:00 am

On the Beat: Staying Positive in a Negative Situation

4

John Perrotto

Astros manager Brad Mills hasn't lost the faith in his rookie season, along with other news and notes from around the majors.

As the Astros prepared to take the field for their first game following the All-Star break, manager Brad Mills looked at freshly-minted hitting coach and franchise legend Jeff Bagwell. Mills had just one thing to say to Bagwell.

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Brad Mills brings optimism to the Astros, Nolan Ryan wants 92 wins from the Rangers, plus other major-league notes.

To say there is a good feeling surrounding the Astros this spring isn't really news. Even the worst of teams feels optimistic at this time of year before the realities of the regular season set in. There are reasons to believe the Astros could face some very hard realities this season. They have question marks on the pitching staff and in the lineup, and they're banking on a lot of players either having bounce-back or breakthrough seasons.

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March 10, 2010 12:31 pm

On the Beat: Mid-Week Update

5

John Perrotto

The Twins brace for life potentially without Joe Nathan, the Blue Jays beef up their scouting staff, and more.

Perhaps no franchise had more momentum heading into spring training than the Twins. Seemingly everything was going into the right direction for the franchise. The Twins were coming off an inspiring run to the American League Central title last season, their fifth in eight years, overcoming a seven-game deficit in the final month and a three-game disadvantage with just four games to play to finally chase down the Tigers in a classic one-game playoff. Furthermore, the Twins had made significant progress in their attempts to keep catcher/batting champion/MVP/franchise player/hometown hero Joe Mauer from testing free agency at the end of this season as they seemed near a contract extension. The Twins were also gearing up to move into Target Field in April, which will bring outdoor baseball back to the Twin Cities for the first time since Metropolitan Stadium closed after the 1981 season, giving way to the Metrodome.

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March 1, 2010 3:29 am

Team Health Reports: Houston Astros

12

Will Carroll

How much can the Astros rely on an aging core of potentially fragile veterans?

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June 23, 2009 8:25 pm

Transaction Analysis: Moves and Grooves

14

Christina Kahrl

With special attention to the Mets' predicament, covering the latest transactions from the Easts and Centrals.

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Toronto has a thin overall selection of promising talent, but there are a few big boppers on the way.

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November 11, 2007 12:00 am

Future Shock: Indians Top 11 Prospects

0

Kevin Goldstein

What the Indians lack in blue chippers on the way up they make up for with depth in talent that can make it up to The Show.

Five-Star Prospects
None
Four-Star Prospects
1. Adam Miller, RHP
2. Wes Hodges, 3B
3. Beau Mills, 1B
Three-Star Prospects
4. Chuck Lofgren, LHP
5. Nick Weglarz, LF
6. Aaron Laffey, LHP
7. Jensen Lewis, RHP
8. Josh Rodriguez, SS
Two-Star Prospects
9. Jordan Brown, 1B
10. Trevor Crowe, OF
11. David Huff, LHP
















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