Astros, Texans, Spurs, and Texas A&M fan. Write for The Crawfish Boxes. Fitness Enthusiast. Student Physical Therapist
With fans spurning to see Nolan Fontana in Corpus Christi, I take the opposite road to attempt to tap the brakes.
There's no doubt George Postolos had his hand in a lot events in his tenure, but what does the future hold with him no longer around?
As sample sizes stabilize and prospects are seen by multiple scouts, stocks are changing. And the Astros have some intriguing prospects with rising stocks.
The Crawfish Boxes Draft crew got together to establish the top twenty catching prospects in the 2013 MLB Draft.
What would you do if a homeless person stole your food? What would you do with a scoreless streak? What would you do to get on-base?
Former teammate of first overall draft pick in last year's draft, Jan Hernandez gets frequent comparison's to Carlos Correa. What kind of player is Hernandez?
My scouting notes from two games between the Oklahoma City RedHawks and Nashville Sounds. Including notes from discussion with scouts, notes on Cosart, Seaton, Lyles, Paredes, and Villar.
Asher Wojciechowski is taking full advantage of the tandem pitching philosophy and David Rollins is adapting just as well. Also, a Lancaster position player broke out in a very nice way.
John Ely joins Alex White has members of the Astros to go undergo tommy john surgery. Can the Astros luck get any worse?
I took the results of the first week from the Astros minor league season to analyze the effects of the new tandem pitching system.
John Ely and Jose Martinez have found themselves on the AAA DL. Ely's injury continues the trend of newly acquired Astros pitchers finding their way to the disabled list.
Tandem pitching has one of it's most successful nights yet and the offense in Quad Cities continues it's hot hitting.
Oklahoma City and Quad Cities have to play extra to bring home wins while Lancaster's bats come alive and Corpus' pitching staff stole the show.
Change is coming in Houston, Paul Clemens is going to be a part of it, but who else is a part of it?
Casey Shane doesn't have a lot of mainstream hype but is legitimate prospect in his own right with a very good fastball and changeup combination.
It's time to celebrate Minor League Opening Day and discuss the minor league action as it happens! Starters: Lyles, Seaton, Foltynewicz, Velasques
The Hooks offer a team that will win many games based off of good pitching and defense all over the field. They also offer some pop from the outfield and a lineup featuring prospects.
The Oklahoma City RedHawks will likely receive a lot of attention this season, not only on the field but on the business side as well. The pitching staff is going to be backbone of the team and will be the reason for any success.