Look at how the Astros roster has changed

The Astros only have 11 players remaining on their active 25-man roster that were on their Opening Day roster (those players are in bold):

Starting pitchers (2) — Bud Norris, Lucas Harrell, Philip Humber, Brad Peacock and Erik Bedard.

Relief pitchers (2) — Jose Veras, Josh Fields, Hector Ambriz, Xavier Cedeno, Wesley Wright, Rhiner Cruz, Edgar Gonzalez.

Catchers (2) — Jason Castro, Carlos Corporan.

Infielders (3) — Brett Wallace, Jose Altuve, Ronny Cedeno, Marwin Gonzalez, Matt Dominguez, Carlos Pena.

Outfielders (2) — Chris Carter, Justin Maxwell, Rick Ankiel, Brandon Barnes, J.D. Martinez.

4 Comments

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Brian, amazing and more changes coming I am sure, but they still have not found the winning team that they are looking for and some of the best guys are gone !!!       Ralph        

They are playing guys who may make a good impression for next year, either on the team, traded, or released. It is part of the plan, let them show what they can do. It is a very good plan. Stay the course.

So many changes. I know the Astros will be competitive again in the next few years, but it’s so weird to see so many changes.

When will the Astros do something for the fans. I love watching Minor League baseball but certainly not at Major League prices. I only bought a 28 game mini-plan this year but at $41.00 a game. That’s for one seat which is all I have. My wife was much smarter than me. A few weeks ago I watched the Pirates Double A team in Altoona, PA play an entire 7 game home stand at $8.00 per game. Free program and free parking. I’m tired of being made a fool by Jim Crane and his group so I’m done.

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