Astros, DeShields reach agreement

The Astros and No. 1 pick Delino DeShields Jr. have reached an agreement on a contract, a person close to negotiations told

The Astros wouldn’t confirm the deal, citing team policy of not announcing any deals until a contract has been finalized.

DeShields Jr., the son former Major Leaguer Delino DeShields, was drafted with the No. 8 overall pick in June’s First-Year Player Draft. His father told on Monday he planned to sign with the Astros and not attend LSU, where he was offered a baseball scholarship.

DeShields Jr. was drafted as a second baseman out of Woodward Academy in College Park, Ga., where he played the outfield. DeShields Jr., who committed to LSU to play baseball, was the leadoff hitter for his private school and hit .415 and led the team in homers (9), RBIs (40) and stolen bases (29).

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Lets See if Ed Wade Will Sign this New Guy for a Major League Contract With the Houston Astros But For the Houston Astros.But He Will Give Us a Boost For this team for Winning Ball Games this year if Mr.Wade Can Sign this Man for the Big League Ball Club for Giving Us that World Series Contenders But With Delino Deshields Jr.Will Be Playing this year.

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