Taylor Jones Could Be Next In Line
The 6-foot-7 first baseman added versatility at Triple-A last season, but there could soon be opportunity at his natural position in Houston.
The Time Is Now For Forrest Whitley
After two lost seasons, the highly talented Whitley has a chance to emerge for an organization that desperately needs him to.
Garrett Stubbs Works To Provide Versatility
The catcher will spend spring training playing multiple positions to boost his value at the big league level in 2020.
Nivaldo Rodriguez Balances Stuff And Control
The Astros didn't want to risk losing the 22-year-old in the Rule 5 draft because of his improving stuff and strike-throwing ability.
Enoli Paredes Emerges As Rotation Depth
The quick-armed 24-year-old Dominican righthander emerged in 2019 by excelling at Double-A with a four-pitch mix.
Meteoric Rise Carries Cristian Javier To Triple-A
The 22-year-old Dominican righthander is positioned as one of the Astros' best internal rotation depth options for 2020.
Kyle Tucker: Astros 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
An Astros system thinned by graduations and trades has Tucker poised to make an impact as soon as September.
Bryan Abreu's Role Grows In Importance
The Astros traded two pitching prospects to acquire Zack Greinke, thus magnifying the role that Abreu plays in the club's future.
Execution Will Be Key For J.B. Bukauskas
The 2017 first-rounder is learning to elevate his four-seamer this season, and early struggles were a part of the learning process.
Astros Splurge On Colin Barber In 2019 Draft
The Astros signed Barber, their fourth-round pick, for a reported $1 million, nearly $600,000 above slot value.