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2013 Astros: A Run at History

Discussion in 'Adopt-a-Team' started by DrewDawg, May 14, 2013.

  1. DrewDawg

    DrewDawg Dorito Dink SoSH Member

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    So, they're not really very interesting right now, but as the season moves on, I'm sure we'll be paying attention to the Astros run at 120 losses.
     
    They're 10-29 right now, on pace for 41 wins.  Their best player, Jose Altuve, was injured last night and was also placed on the bereavement list due to the death of his grandmother.
     
    Grantland has a really good article about how the Astros are rebuilding:  http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/9273233/hoarding-prospects-being-horrible-houston-astros
     
    Some choice parts:
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
    Stros-town!
     
  2. PC Drunken Friar

    PC Drunken Friar Member SoSH Member

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    Should SoSH try to get Rick Ankeil on the All-Star team?
     
    Shit, I just see now that the Mets signed him...
     
  3. DrewDawg

    DrewDawg Dorito Dink SoSH Member

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    Well, he's on the Mets now...
     
  4. rlsb

    rlsb lurker

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    6-3 vs. the Angels.  Arte Moreno must be proud.
     
  5. Lowrielicious

    Lowrielicious Member SoSH Member

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    Make that 7-3. (.700)
     
    14-34 against everyone else. (.292)
     
  6. Rovin Romine

    Rovin Romine Johnny Rico Lifetime Member SoSH Member

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    As of June 3rd, the Astros are 21-37 for a .362 winning percentage.
     
    However, the Marlins are at 16-42 for a .276 winning percentage.
     
    The Stros will have to step up their game if they want to challenge the Marlins or make a run at the 62 Mets modern 120 loss record (.250 winning percentage).
     
  7. Mike Greenwall

    Mike Greenwall Member SoSH Member

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    The 'Stros can't even lose right. 
     
  8. Burgmeier In LF

    Burgmeier In LF lurker

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    The 40 man squad as we speak...unbelievably pathetic. Have to start somewhere, right?

    #

    Pitchers

    B/T

    Ht

    Wt

    DOB

    66

    Kevin Chapman

    L-L

    6'3"

    220

    Feb 19, 1988

    68

    Jose Cisnero

    R-R

    6'3"

    230

    Apr 11, 1989

    56

    Paul Clemens

    R-R

    6'4"

    195

    Feb 14, 1988

    48

    Jarred Cosart

    R-R

    6'3"

    180

    May 25, 1990

     

    Luis Cruz

    L-L

    5'9"

    170

    Sep 10, 1990

    55

    Rhiner Cruz

    R-R

    6'2"

    215

    Nov 1, 1986

     

    Darin Downs

    R-L

    6'3"

    210

    Dec 26, 1984

    50

    Josh Fields

    R-R

    6'0"

    180

    Aug 19, 1985

    64

    Lucas Harrell

    S-R

    6'2"

    210

    Jun 3, 1985

    60

    Dallas Keuchel

    L-L

    6'3"

    200

    Jan 1, 1988

    63

    Chia-Jen Lo

    R-R

    5'11"

    190

    Apr 7, 1986

    18

    Jordan Lyles

    R-R

    6'4"

    215

    Oct 19, 1990

    54

    David Martinez

    R-R

    6'2"

    180

    Aug 4, 1987

    65

    Brett Oberholtzer

    L-L

    6'1"

    235

    Jul 1, 1989

    99

    Rudy Owens

    L-L

    6'3"

    230

    Dec 18, 1987

    43

    Brad Peacock

    R-R

    6'1"

    175

    Feb 2, 1988

     

    Raul Valdes

    L-L

    5'11"

    190

    Nov 27, 1977

    36

    Alex White

    R-R

    6'3"

    215

    Aug 29, 1988

     

    Asher Wojciechowski

    R-R

    6'4"

    235

    Dec 21, 1988

    61

    Josh Zeid

    R-R

    6'4"

    220

    Mar 24, 1987

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    Catchers

    B/T

    Ht

    Wt

    DOB

    15

    Jason Castro

    L-R

    6'3"

    215

    Jun 18, 1987

    22

    Carlos Corporan

    S-R

    6'2"

    230

    Jan 7, 1984

    41

    Max Stassi

    R-R

    5'10"

    205

    Mar 15, 1991

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    Infielders

    B/T

    Ht

    Wt

    DOB

    27

    Jose Altuve

    R-R

    5'5"

    175

    May 6, 1990

    23

    Chris Carter

    R-R

    6'4"

    245

    Dec 18, 1986

    30

    Matt Dominguez

    R-R

    6'1"

    215

    Aug 28, 1989

    9

    Marwin Gonzalez

    S-R

    6'1"

    210

    Mar 14, 1989

     

    Ryan Jackson

    R-R

    6'3"

    180

    May 10, 1988

     

    Jonathan Singleton

    L-L

    6'2"

    235

    Sep 18, 1991

    6

    Jonathan Villar

    S-R

    6'1"

    195

    May 2, 1991

    29

    Brett Wallace

    L-R

    6'2"

    235

    Aug 26, 1986

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    Outfielders

    B/T

    Ht

    Wt

    DOB

    2

    Brandon Barnes

    R-R

    6'2"

    205

    May 15, 1986

    19

    Robbie Grossman

    S-L

    6'0"

    205

    Sep 16, 1989

    28

    L.J. Hoes

    R-R

    6'0"

    190

    Mar 5, 1990

    59

    Marc Krauss

    L-R

    6'2"

    235

    Oct 5, 1987

     

    Domingo Santana

    R-R

    6'5"

    230

    Aug 5, 1992

     

    Eric Thames

    L-R

    6'0"

    210

    Nov 10, 1986
    • * Not on Active Roster
    • ** Not on 40-Man Roster
     
  9. Burgmeier In LF

    Burgmeier In LF lurker

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  10. dbecks

    dbecks Member SoSH Member

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    Appel and Carlos Rodon could be quite the 1-2 combo come 2016 or '17...
     
  11. Burgmeier In LF

    Burgmeier In LF lurker

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