Houston Astros: Fixing The Disaster With A Simple Plan

Posted: 24th February 2010 by Nick DeWitt in MLB
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Disaster? How about total, complete, utter failure? That's the kind of season that could be in store for the 2010 Houston Astros. As a fan of two of the NL Central's most forlorn franchises, I can't help but think of one thing. Neal Huntington's rebuilding strategy would work wonders in Houston. I'm not saying Ed Wade should trade off Lance Berkman, Carlos Lee, Roy Oswalt, and his other big-name players. Ok, well maybe I am saying just that. The Astros cannot win a World Series the way they are built now. As it is, they can't even hope for consecutive winning seasons anymore. Here's a look under the hood.   Construction Problems
Where to start? Let's head down to the farm and take a look. The Astros have three good prospects right now in Jason Castro (ranked 41st overall by Baseb ...

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