Jose Urquidy is making a case to be part of the Houston Astros rotation in the playoffs. The Houston Astros still have about a week and a half to figure out how their pitching staff is going to look for the playoffs, and we’re confident they’ll be playing in October.
Chris Devenski’s future with the Houston Astros is in question after his elbow surgery. Chris Devenski was probably going to be in a precarious position this offseason regardless of his health, but now his health has added another wrinkle to that.
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Astros fall short against Rangers 1-0 in classic pitcher’s duel When starting pitchers Lance McCullers Jr. and Kyle Gibson trotted to the outfield to begin their pregame routines a half-hour before Wednesday’s first pitch, neither likely envisioned the duel that was about to take place.
Devenski’s late elbow procedure and his downward trend in 2018-20 will make him a non-tender candidate, particularly given that he’s only controllable through the 2021 season right now at present anyhow.
Here are three reasons why the Houston Astros will make the playoffs. I’m seeing a great deal of pessimism from Houston Astros fans right now. It’s no wonder, considering the team recently completed a dreadful 2-9 road trip and has looked utterly lost at times.
Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images Uncle Mike has become a beloved player for the Astros. Originally signed away from the Indians on a 2-year, $33-Million dollar player - Brantley came heralded as a capable star player who struggled to stay healthy consistently after playing 101 games across his 2016-17 seasons.
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Nothing like home cooking for the Astros With the American West League title all but a lost cause in 2020, the goal for the Houston Astros shifts to finishing in second place in the division, which would ensure a top-six seed in this year’s expanded postseason.