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Zach McAllister should break 200 if he stays healthy this year, which will be a boon to the back end of the Tribe’s rotation.
Instead of starting 35 games in 2012, the Astros are hoping Brett Myers can save 35 games. In an unexpected move this morning, Astros skipper Brad Mills named Myers his closer for the upcoming season.
When Brett Myers took the mound at Minute Maid Park last season, you could almost count on a victory. This year, Myers can count his wins at home on one finger.
The Astros look to end a three-game losing skid as they open their longest homestand of the season at Minute Maid Park.
The Astros pitching staff has the fewest wins of any team in the NL.
The Astros, buoyed by today’s announcement that the team is being sold to Houston businessman Jim Crane, hope to avoid a low water mark for the season as they open a two game series in Atlanta.
Mike Meltser breaks down where the Astros’ players would fit on a contending MLB team
Brett Myers had his worst outing as an Astro, and the Astros dropped their second in a row to the Reds, 10-4.
Five was an unlucky number for the Astros on Sunday as they drop the series finale 8-6 to the Padres and split the four-game series.