Cionel Perez Offers Astros Options In 2019 And Beyond
Perez made his major league debut as a reliever in 2018, but the Astros aren't shutting the door on his future as a starter.
Garrett Stubbs Enters The Big League Picture
The Astros are confident about heading into 2019 with three big league catchers, a group that includes the prospect Stubbs.
Strom Can't Stop Learning
Astros coach guided a dominant staff.
Derek Fisher Oozes Potential But Has Not Produced
A true power-speed threat, Fisher has been undermined by a low contact rate in the major leagues.
Ronnie Dawson Emerges As All-Around Threat
Steady refinement in pro ball has made the 2016 second-rounder a threat at the plate, on the bases and in center field.
Myles Straw Brings A Unique Skill
The outfielder took a spring-training pep talk to heart and focused his attention on excelling in one area that could help the big league team.
Josh James Completes Climb To Houston
The 34th-round pick credits offseason surgery for a velocity surge that helped him overpower Triple-A hitters.
Seth Beer Sticks With What Works
The 2018 first-rounder seamlessly carried his trademark hitting approach from the ACC to pro ball by showing ample power and patience.
Self-Starter Kyle Tucker Shines At Triple-A
The phenom continues to produce amid sky-high expectations, making him an easy choice as the system's Best Player in our midseason update.
Breaking Pitches Carry Corbin Martin To Double-A
The righthander relied on a pair of quality breaking balls to became the second 2017 draft pick to reach Double-A.