Cy Sneed

Houston Astros #67 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 10/01/92
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 213
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 30th, 2020


It’s funny how searching through archived Astros photos feels like looking through old family photo albums

Mariners Moose Tracks, 11/28/20: Yohan Ramírez, Tommy Pham, and Cy Sneed


The offseason continues to crawl along.

Astros Crawfish Boil: November 27th, 2020


I’m thankful that I have enough leftovers for a second food coma today

What the Astros’ 40-man Roster Additions Tell Us About 2021


Forrest Whitley, Jairo Solis, Peter Solomon, Tyler Ivey and Freudis Nova were officially added to the Astros’ 40-man roster. Their additions and others’ omissions offers some insight to the state...

Game 2 of the Astros-A’s Series is a Leverage Game


The Astros’ bullpen came into the series as a weakness, and the A’s bullpen as a strength. But after the performance and usage of the each team’s relievers in Game 1 gives the Astros a leverage...

Astros in the Wild Card Round: Putting Together a Playoff Roster


The Astros need to catch fire in a major way.

Astros get clubbed in Game 2 of doubleheader by the Halos, 12-5


Tomorrow’s game postponed due to Hurricane Laura. Next game Friday against the A’s

Dodgers bullpen extends it, Edwin Rios ends it

The Dodgers beat the Astros in 13 innings on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park in Houston.

Dodgers weighing options for Friday start

With Alex Wood on the injured list, Friday is an open start for the Dodgers. Options include Clayton Kershaw, who is currently on the injured list but could potentially return by then.

Off the Top of my Hat: Opening Weekend Edition


The price of a single Verlander start, 3 game series, the misdirected fury towards a waste receptacle and a lot of other things you didn’t ask about.

2020 Series Preview #1: Seattle Mariners @ Houston Astros


The Houston Astros open the 2020 season with a four game set against the Seattle Mariners

The Starting Nine Makes its Bold 2020 Predictions and a few X-Factors


It’s a short season competing against an improved AL West. Anything could happen. What’s in store?