State of the Astros: Spring(er) Training and more

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Well, it’s finally here.

Baseball is back, even if it is still Spring Training. To some of you (most of you), this conjures groans of a long summer until the NFL draft or the NBA playoffs.

To the rest of us, it means we can breathe deep and dig in for what will almost definitely be another long season. There is potential for change though, which is a welcome sign of what’s to come.

After only 4 games, the Astros are sporting a 3-1 record. That’s right folks… a winning percentage of .750. Hang up the cleats. We’re done.

Scott Feldman’s first outing ended up being part of a 5-1 loss to the Tigers. He didn’t allow a run in the 2 innings he pitched, and only allowed a hit and a walk respectively.

What does that mean? Nothing.

There are two players not named Carlos Correa that I’m excited about right now.

The first should come as no surprise.

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