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Castro Reaffirms Astros’ Faith In First Pro Season

Zachary Levine -Premium Content

In the Astros' first draft with Ed Wade as general manager and Bobby Heck as scouting director, the organization used the 10th overall selection on Jason Castro, a catcher out of Stanford. They left the more expensive pick, slugger Justin Smoak, on the board, to the dismay of many Houstonians.<br/><br/>And while Smoak has worked his way up to Triple-A in the Rangers' organization, Castro is making Wade's and Heck's first addition to a depleted system look like a solid one.<br/>

Minors | #2009#Classification Reports#Double-A