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Subber10

  • joined Dec 16, 2008
  • last login Jul 11, 2014
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Astros, Texans, Spurs, and Texas A&M fan. Write for The Crawfish Boxes. Fitness Enthusiast. Student Physical Therapist

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  • MLB Houston Astros
  • NBA San Antonio Spurs
  • NFL Houston Texans
  • NCAAF Texas A&M Aggies
  • NCAAB Texas A&M Aggies
User Blog

There is Value in Enrique Hernandez

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He may not be a star in the waiting, but there is a chance he could carve out a career as a good utility guy.

TCB Boil: Injuries and Control

3

Looking at how pitching injuries are more than just pain, but their impact on pitching.

AMP Mailbag: Correa's Ankle

5

Are you ready for more Carlos Correa analysis? The range of expectations is wide, but the probable prognosis shouldn't worry you.

Kinematics of Nick Tropeano's Delivery

16

Breaking down the pitching mechanics of Astros pitching prospect Nick Tropeano.

Daily Boil: Trackman+PG=Awesome

7

Trackman and Perfect Game gave a quick glance into the type of data that teams are starting to have on high school prospects.

Intro to the Astros 2014 Draft Class

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A brief introduction to each of the Astros 2014 draft picks.

Astros and Aiken Agree to Terms

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Astros have come to terms with their top draft selection, Brady Aiken

8th Round Pick: Bobby Boyd, CF, WVU

Speed and contact at the plate. It's his calling card.

7th Round Pick: Derick Velazquez, RHP, Fresno St

Drafted as a reliever, he will likely move pretty quickly through the system.

Sixth Round Pick: Brock Dykxhoorn, RHP, JUCO

JUCO pitcher with great strikeout numbers but lacks great velocity. The size is impressive though.

Fifth Round Pick: Jacob Nix, RHP, CA HS

Projectable RHP's with 96/97 MPH fastballs will always be noticed. He's got a lot of work but the upside is nice.

2014 4th Round Pick: Daniel Mengden, RHP, TAMU

Four-pitch mix with command can only last so long. He was originally thought of as a first rounder.

2014 2nd Round Pick: A.J. Reed, 1B, Kentucky

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You want POWER? Well here is plenty of it and from the left side.

1.37 Draft Pick Profile: Derek Fisher, OF, UVa

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A college outfielder with tools beyond his stats. There is still a lot of potential that has yet to be tapped into.

TCB's 2014 MLB Draft Email Discussion

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A look into the TCB staff's conversation around the 2014 MLB Draft.

Pounding the Table for Brady Aiken

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Brady Aiken is arguably the top talent in the draft but his status as a high school pitcher caries his share of concern.

Pounding the table for Tyler Kolek

27

Not many pitchers can throw 100 MPH. Tyler Kolek can.

2014 MLB Draft: All Questions Answered...Sort of

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Where the TCB crew will answer ALL of your 2014 MLB Draft questions...well sort of...I CAN'T PREDICT THE FUTURE!

2014 Draft Profile: Brady Aiken, LHP, HS

Easily the top prep LHP in the draft and arguably the top pitcher in the draft. Good mechanics with top flight stuff from the left side is hard to come by.

2014 Draft Profile: Brett Graves, RHP, Missouri

He's been drafted by Jeff Luhnow before and has seen dramatic improvements in his peripheral stats. There's good stuff and room for improvement.

2014 Draft Profile: Chase Mallard, RHP, UAB

College senior are usually late bloomers and can provide a lot of flexibility in the draft. This senior has good stuff and keeps walks to a minimum.

TCB MiLB POTW: 5/23-5/29

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This week, the two winners play for the same team, but it's not the guy in the picture.

Daily Crawfish Boil: Pitching Up in the Zone

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Subber10 looks at a recent fangraphs article that challenges conventional thinking on fastball location.

2014 Draft Profile: Jace Fry, LHP, Oregon St.

Plans never work out, and while the end result has to be what Fry was looking for, the path certainly was not.

2014 MLB Draft Profile: Luke Weaver, RHP, FSU

More of a polished college arm with very good control but lacks high end upside due to a lack of a dominant breaking ball and lowered velocity.

2014 MLB Draft Profile: Bryce Montes de Oca: RHP

This is the definition of a big bodied pitcher. However, his big frame and velocity come at a price since he has a significant injury history that will affect his draft stock.

2014 MLB Draft Profile: Michael Kopech, RHP, TX HS

He's a tall and wiry frame athlete on the mound. There a lot of potential but needs a lot of work to refine the mechanics and stuff to reach anything near his ceiling.

Pitching Primer Part II: Philosophy

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Subber10 dives into the second half of the pitching primer to explain some pitching tools and philosophy behind pitching.

What to Expect from Rudy Owens

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Subber10 takes a look at Rudy Owens minor league history, mechanics, and his most recent minor league appearance.

Astros MiLB POTW: 5/16-5/22

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Subber10 picks the Astros MiLB Player's of the Week. Seriously guys...these pitchers are making these awards difficult!

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