Astros Road Back to Relevancy May Include Trading Oswalt and Berkman

Posted: 9th October 2009 by Robert Kleeman in MLB
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The Houston Astros season ended with a fitting thud Oct. 4 in a 4-0 loss to the New York Mets. á Drayton McLane should not rush to select his franchiseÆs newest managerùand this decade, he has gone through skippers as Donald Trump has his Apprentice candidates. á He needs to face the following. He must believe it and embrace it.
His roster stinks, and the quality of the person managing it now means nothing.á To borrow from my last rant, penned after McLane and General Manager Ed Wade put Cecil Cooper out of his misery, Tony LaRussa, Joe Torre, and Connie Mack could not win with this bunch. á As baseballÆs playoffs rage, McLane should remember how fun it was when the æStros season ended in late October instead of the first week of the month. The season really ended in July, when ...

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