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Astroland S: The World's Most Complete Listing of Houston Astro Baseball Cards

Teammates Jim Deshaies and Kevin Bass hoist Mike Scott into the air after he completes his division-clinching no-hitter, September 25, 1986

Opening Day Starters for Houston in Caps


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Minor League All Star Card Appearances in Italics


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CARDS I HAVE PLAYER POSITION REMARKS
72 Kirk Saarloos Cards
Pitcher
 
2002 Texas League Pitcher of the Year Coming Soon
10 Mark Saccomanno Cards
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2 Ray Sadler Cards Outfield
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5 Miguel Saladin Cards Pitcher
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3 David Salaiz Cards Trainer
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11 Chris Salamida Cards Pitcher
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1 Erick Salazar Card Infield
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1 Julio Salazar Card Pitcher
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1 Roger Salkeld Card Pitcher
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1 Andy Salmela Card Infield
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32 Joe Sambito Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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4 Nelson Samboy Cards Infield/Outfield
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1 Marc Samgden Card Outfield
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3 Lee Sammons Cards Outfield
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26 Chris Sampson Cards
Infield/Pitcher
 
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1 Roger Samuels Card Pitcher
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8 Angel Sanchez Cards
Shortstop
 
Received by the Astros from the Red Sox in exchange for Kevin Cash in July 2010, Sanchez filled in for Clint Barmes when the former was injured early in 2011 and ended up playing 75 games at various infield positions while hitting .240. Played the entire year at AAA Oklahoma in 2012, was their primary shortstop and hit .320. Granted free agency following the season
Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
1 Gerardo Sanchez Card Pitcher
Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
2012 NDFA righthander pitched successfully at Gulf Coast that year. Promoted to Quad Cities, he had a 57:14 k?BB ratio AND a .301 BAA. Farm brass focused on the strikeout-to-walk and had him promoted at the end of the season to Lancaster, where an improved (or lucky) groundball to flyball ratio kept his ERA to an almost-unheard-of-for-Clear-Channel 1.69
2 Luis Sanchez Cards Pitcher
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12 Pedro Sanchez Cards Infield
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1 Ronald Sanchez Card 1st Base
16th round pick in June 2009 out of Caguas, PR, played 2 years at Gulf Coast and another at Greeneville, never hitting a homer, or above .210, before being released
Greeneville Astros logo
9 Vic Sanchez Cards Catcher
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1 Jared Sandberg Card Infield
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1 Jjallil Sandoval Card Shortstop
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11 Domingo Santana Cards
Outfield
 
The Player to Be Named in the deal with the Phillies for Hunter Pence was the second youngest player in the Cal League when he began the 2012 season at Lancaster, and finished second to Erik Castro in Total Bases for the eventual Cal League champions, and finished third to Castro and Telvin Nash in homers. Named the Lancaster MVP after the season. Led the 2013 Corpus Christi Hooks in Homers and Total Bases and Strikeouts, finishing second in Walks, while hitting .252. Named to the Texas League All-Star team
Corpus Christi Hooks logo
2 Johan Santana Cards Pitcher
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2 José Santana Cards Outfield
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7 José Santana Cards Infield
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1 Juan Santana Card Pitcher
2010 NDFA debuted stateside at Greeneville and was their primary second baseman, OBPing .292 Coming Soon
1 Leonardo Santana Card Pitcher
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14 Lou Santangelo Cards Catcher
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5 Manuel Santillan Cards Pitcher
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1 Joel Santo Card Pitcher
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3 Bernardo Santos Cards Pitcher
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1 Gonzalo Sanudo Card Pitcher
Acquired from the Twins at the end of Spring Training 2013 for Mike Kvasnicka, Sanudo went on to have an amazing season. Placed at Greeneville, he was installed as the teams closer, and led the team in WHIP, which makes sense considering he struck out 30 in 21 innings and walked one. Promoted to Tri-City, he was almost as good: 20 K's in 13 innings, and only 4 men he faced reached base. The Astros, perhaps struggling to determine Sanudo's ceiling, finally, absurdly, promoted this righthander, who had only pitched in the GCL before 2013, to AA Corpus. Even there, in a short sample, playing as a 21-year old at AA, he was not overmatched, as he posted a 3.86 over 4-2/3 innings. Watch this dude
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21 Max Sapp CardsCatcher
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3 Hamilton Sarabia Cards Outfield
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2 Daniel Sarisky Cards Pitcher
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1 Scott Sarver Card Pitcher
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1 Scott Sauerbeck Card Pitcher
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3 Jamie Saylor Cards Infielder
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2 Bob Scanlan Cards Relief Pitcher
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9 Jordan Schafer Cards
Outfield
 
Acquired from the Braves in the Michael Bourn deal that went down on the eve of the trading deadline 2011, the left-handed Schafer got into 30 games for the Astros as the season went down and hit .245, and played some centerfield D that got him noticed well. The Astros turned a blind eye to his felony marijuana arrest of October 4 and installed him in center for 2012. He continued to play great defense, but developed something of a reputation for lackadaisical attitude and for running his mouth off on his Twitter account. Waived in November 2012
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15 Dan Schatzeder Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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2 Roddy Scheckla Cards Pitcher
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5 Rich Scheid Cards Relief Pitcher
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6 Fred Scherman Cards
Pitcher
 
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14 Curt Schilling Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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1 Tony Schifano Card 2nd Base
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2 Rex Schimpf Cards Pitcher
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2 Calvin Schiraldi Cards Pitcher
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7 Brian Schmitt Cards 1st Base
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1 Marty Schreiber Card Pitcher
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5 Dan Schneider Cards
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8 Pete Schourek Cards Pitcher
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2 Joe Schulte Cards Pitcher
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6 Rich Schulte Cards Outfield
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5 Troy Schulte Cards Pitcher
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1 Michael Schurz Card Pitcher
Began 2009 with Gulf Coast and ended with Tri-City, giving up 5 earned runs in about 30 innings of work. Split time in 2010 between Lexington and Lancaster
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3 Joe Sclafani Cards Infield
Switch-hitting 14th round pick in the June 2012 draft out of Dartmouth was the primary shortstop for Tri-City that summer and finished third on the team in Total Bases. Began at Quad Cities in 2013, but was promoted to the Cal League based on a .430 OPS after 19 Games. Platooned with Matt Duffy at Lancaster and finished with an .870 OPS there, while stealing 16 bases
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3 Don Scolaro Cards Shortstop
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12 Jordan Scott Cards Outfield
Greeneville Astros logo
14th round pick in the June 2010 draft hit .301 at Gulf Coast that year then progressed to Greeneville for 2011, where led the team in Hits and slugged .811. Given the team MVP, though Chase Davidson obviously deserved it more. Hit .230 and made one error in 110 games at Lexington in 2012. A primary outfielder at Quad Cities in 2013, OBPed higher than he slugged, and finished second in the team in Triples, and third in Walks, while not homering
9 Kevin Scott Cards Catcher
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68 Luke Scott Cards
Outfield
 
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MIKE SCOTT Cards
Pitcher
 
The same logic that retired Scott's number with the Astros would put Roger Maris in the Hall of Fame . . . but so what? Houston Astros 1965 - 1993 logo
19 TONY SCOTT Cards
Outfield
 
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6 Tyrone Scott Cards Pitcher
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72 Kirk Saarloos Cards
Pitcher
 
2002 Texas League Pitcher of the Year
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10 Mark Saccomanno Cards
Infield
 
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2 Ray Sadler Cards Outfield
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5 Miguel Saladin Cards Pitcher
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3 David Salaiz Cards Trainer
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11 Chris Salamida Cards Pitcher
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1 Erick Salazar Card Infield
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1 Julio Salazar Card Pitcher
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1 Roger Salkeld Card Pitcher
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1 Andy Salmela Card Infield
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32 Joe Sambito Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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4 Nelson Samboy Cards Infield/Outfield
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1 Marc Samgden Card Outfield
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3 Lee Sammons Cards Outfield
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26 Chris Sampson Cards
Infield/Pitcher
 
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1 Roger Samuels Card Pitcher
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8 Angel Sanchez Cards
Shortstop
 
Received by the Astros from the Red Sox in exchange for Kevin Cash in July 2010, Sanchez filled in for Clint Barmes when the former was injured early in 2011 and ended up playing 75 games at various infield positions while hitting .240. Played the entire year at AAA Oklahoma in 2012, was their primary shortstop and hit .320. Granted free agency following the season
Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
1 Gerardo Sanchez Card Pitcher
2012 NDFA righthander pitched successfully at Gulf Coast that year. Promoted to Quad Cities, he had a 57:14 k?BB ratio AND a .301 BAA. Farm brass focused on the strikeout-to-walk and had him promoted at the end of the season to Lancaster, where an improved (or lucky) groundball to flyball ratio kept his ERA to an almost-unheard-of-for-Clear-Channel 1.69 Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
2 Luis Sanchez Cards Pitcher
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12 Pedro Sanchez Cards Infield
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1 Ronald Sanchez Card 1st Base
16th round pick in June 2009 out of Caguas, PR, played 2 years at Gulf Coast and another at Greeneville, never hitting a homer, or above .210, before being released
Greeneville Astros logo
9 Vic Sanchez Cards Catcher
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1 Jared Sandberg Card Infield
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1 Jjallil Sandoval Card Shortstop
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11 Domingo Santana Cards
Outfield
 
The Player to Be Named in the deal with the Phillies for Hunter Pence was the second youngest player in the Cal League when he began the 2012 season at Lancaster, and finished second to Erik Castro in Total Bases for the eventual Cal League champions, and finished third to Castro and Telvin Nash in homers. Named the Lancaster MVP after the season. Led the 2013 Corpus Christi Hooks in Homers and Total Bases and Strikeouts, finishing second in Walks, while hitting .252. Named to the Texas League All-Star team
Corpus Christi Hooks logo
2 Johan Santana Cards Pitcher
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2 José Santana Cards Outfield
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7 José Santana Cards Infield
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1 Juan Santana Card Pitcher
2010 NDFA debuted stateside at Greeneville and was their primary second baseman, OBPing .292
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1 Leonardo Santana Card Pitcher
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14 Lou Santangelo Cards Catcher
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5 Manuel Santillan Cards Pitcher
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1 Joel Santo Card Pitcher
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3 Bernardo Santos Cards Pitcher
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1 Gonzalo Sanudo Card Pitcher
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Acquired from the Twins at the end of Spring Training 2013 for Mike Kvasnicka, Sanudo went on to have an amazing season. Placed at Greeneville, he was installed as the teams closer, and led the team in WHIP, which makes sense considering he struck out 30 in 21 innings and walked one. Promoted to Tri-City, he was almost as good: 20 K's in 13 innings, and only 4 men he faced reached base. The Astros, perhaps struggling to determine Sanudo's ceiling, finally, absurdly, promoted this righthander, who had only pitched in the GCL before 2013, to AA Corpus. Even there, in a short sample, playing as a 21-year old at AA, he was not overmatched, as he posted a 3.86 over 4-2/3 innings. Watch this dude
21 Max Sapp CardsCatcher
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3 Hamilton Sarabia Cards Outfield
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2 Daniel Sarisky Cards Pitcher
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1 Scott Sarver Card Pitcher
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1 Scott Sauerbeck Card Pitcher
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3 Jamie Saylor Cards Infielder
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2 Bob Scanlan Cards Relief Pitcher
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9 Jordan Schafer Cards
Outfield
 
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Acquired from the Braves in the Michael Bourn deal that went down on the eve of the trading deadline 2011, the left-handed Schafer got into 30 games for the Astros as the season went down and hit .245, and played some centerfield D that got him noticed well. The Astros turned a blind eye to his felony marijuana arrest of October 4 and installed him in center for 2012. He continued to play great defense, but developed something of a reputation for lackadaisical attitude and for running his mouth off on his Twitter account. Waived in November 2012
15 Dan Schatzeder Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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2 Roddy Scheckla Cards Pitcher
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5 Rich Scheid Cards Relief Pitcher
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6 Fred Scherman Cards
Pitcher
 
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14 Curt Schilling Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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1 Tony Schifano Card 2nd Base
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2 Rex Schimpf Cards Pitcher
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2 Calvin Schiraldi Cards Pitcher
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7 Brian Schmitt Cards 1st Base
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1 Marty Schreiber Card Pitcher
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5 Dan Schneider Cards
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8 Pete Schourek Cards Pitcher
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2 Joe Schulte Cards Pitcher
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6 Rich Schulte Cards Outfield
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5 Troy Schulte Cards Pitcher
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1 Michael Schurz Card Pitcher
Lancaster JetHawks logo
Began 2009 with Gulf Coast and ended with Tri-City, giving up 5 earned runs in about 30 innings of work. Split time in 2010 between Lexington and Lancaster
3 Joe Sclafani Cards Infield
Switch-hitting 14th round pick in the June 2012 draft out of Dartmouth was the primary shortstop for Tri-City that summer and finished third on the team in Total Bases. Began at Quad Cities in 2013, but was promoted to the Cal League based on a .430 OPS after 19 Games. Platooned with Matt Duffy at Lancaster and finished with an .870 OPS there, while stealing 16 bases
Lancaster JetHawks logo
3 Don Scolaro Cards Shortstop
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12 Jordan Scott Cards Outfield
14th round pick in the June 2010 draft hit .301 at Gulf Coast that year then progressed to Greeneville for 2011, where led the team in Hits and slugged .811. Given the team MVP, though Chase Davidson obviously deserved it more. Hit .230 and made one error in 110 games at Lexington in 2012. A primary outfielder at Quad Cities in 2013, OBPed higher than he slugged, and finished second in the team in Triples, and third in Walks, while not homering
Greeneville Astros logo
9 Kevin Scott Cards Catcher
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68 Luke Scott Cards
Outfield
 
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MIKE SCOTT Cards
Pitcher
 
The same logic that retired Scott's number with the Astros would put Roger Maris in the Hall of Fame . . . but so what?
Houston Astros 1965 - 1993 logo
19 TONY SCOTT Cards
Outfield
 
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6 Tyrone Scott Cards Pitcher
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72 Kirk Saarloos Cards
Pitcher
 
Coming Soon2002 Texas League Pitcher of the Year
10 Mark Saccomanno Cards
Infield
 
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2 Ray Sadler Cards Outfield
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5 Miguel Saladin Cards Pitcher
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3 David Salaiz Cards Trainer
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11 Chris Salamida Cards Pitcher
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1 Erick Salazar Card Infield
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1 Julio Salazar Card Pitcher
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1 Roger Salkeld Card Pitcher
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1 Andy Salmela Card Infield
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32 Joe Sambito Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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4 Nelson Samboy Cards Infield/Outfield
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1 Marc Samgden Card Outfield
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3 Lee Sammons Cards Outfield
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26 Chris Sampson Cards
Infield/Pitcher
 
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1 Roger Samuels Card Pitcher
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8 Angel Sanchez Cards
Shortstop
 
Received by the Astros from the Red Sox in exchange for Kevin Cash in July 2010, Sanchez filled in for Clint Barmes when the former was injured early in 2011 and ended up playing 75 games at various infield positions while hitting .240. Played the entire year at AAA Oklahoma in 2012, was their primary shortstop and hit .320. Granted free agency following the season
Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
1 Gerardo Sanchez Card Pitcher
2012 NDFA righthander pitched successfully at Gulf Coast that year. Promoted to Quad Cities, he had a 57:14 k?BB ratio AND a .301 BAA. Farm brass focused on the strikeout-to-walk and had him promoted at the end of the season to Lancaster, where an improved (or lucky) groundball to flyball ratio kept his ERA to an almost-unheard-of-for-Clear-Channel 1.69
Houston Astros logo, 2000 - logo
2 Luis Sanchez Cards Pitcher
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12 Pedro Sanchez Cards Infield
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1 Ronald Sanchez Card 1st Base
16th round pick in June 2009 out of Caguas, PR, played 2 years at Gulf Coast and another at Greeneville, never hitting a homer, or above .210, before being released
Greeneville Astros logo
9 Vic Sanchez Cards Catcher
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1 Jared Sandberg Card Infield
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1 Jjallil Sandoval Card Shortstop
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11 Domingo Santana Cards
Outfield
 
The Player to Be Named in the deal with the Phillies for Hunter Pence was the second youngest player in the Cal League when he began the 2012 season at Lancaster, and finished second to Erik Castro in Total Bases for the eventual Cal League champions, and finished third to Castro and Telvin Nash in homers. Named the Lancaster MVP after the season. Led the 2013 Corpus Christi Hooks in Homers and Total Bases and Strikeouts, finishing second in Walks, while hitting .252. Named to the Texas League All-Star team
Corpus Christi Hooks logo
2 Johan Santana Cards Pitcher
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2 José Santana Cards Outfield
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7 José Santana Cards Infield
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1 Juan Santana Card Pitcher
Coming Soon2010 NDFA debuted stateside at Greeneville and was their primary second baseman, OBPing .292
1 Leonardo Santana Card Pitcher
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14 Lou Santangelo Cards Catcher
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5 Manuel Santillan Cards Pitcher
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1 Joel Santo Card Pitcher
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3 Bernardo Santos Cards Pitcher
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1 Gonzalo Sanudo Card Pitcher
Acquired from the Twins at the end of Spring Training 2013 for Mike Kvasnicka, Sanudo went on to have an amazing season. Placed at Greeneville, he was installed as the teams closer, and led the team in WHIP, which makes sense considering he struck out 30 in 21 innings and walked one. Promoted to Tri-City, he was almost as good: 20 K's in 13 innings, and only 4 men he faced reached base. The Astros, perhaps struggling to determine Sanudo's ceiling, finally, absurdly, promoted this righthander, who had only pitched in the GCL before 2013, to AA Corpus. Even there, in a short sample, playing as a 21-year old at AA, he was not overmatched, as he posted a 3.86 over 4-2/3 innings. Watch this dude
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21 Max Sapp CardsCatcher
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3 Hamilton Sarabia Cards Outfield
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2 Daniel Sarisky Cards Pitcher
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1 Scott Sarver Card Pitcher
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1 Scott Sauerbeck Card Pitcher
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3 Jamie Saylor Cards Infielder
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2 Bob Scanlan Cards Relief Pitcher
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9 Jordan Schafer Cards
Outfield
 
Acquired from the Braves in the Michael Bourn deal that went down on the eve of the trading deadline 2011, the left-handed Schafer got into 30 games for the Astros as the season went down and hit .245, and played some centerfield D that got him noticed well. The Astros turned a blind eye to his felony marijuana arrest of October 4 and installed him in center for 2012. He continued to play great defense, but developed something of a reputation for lackadaisical attitude and for running his mouth off on his Twitter account. Waived in November 2012
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15 Dan Schatzeder Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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2 Roddy Scheckla Cards Pitcher
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5 Rich Scheid Cards Relief Pitcher
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6 Fred Scherman Cards
Pitcher
 
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14 Curt Schilling Cards
Relief Pitcher
 
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1 Tony Schifano Card 2nd Base
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2 Rex Schimpf Cards Pitcher
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2 Calvin Schiraldi Cards Pitcher
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7 Brian Schmitt Cards 1st Base
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1 Marty Schreiber Card Pitcher
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5 Dan Schneider Cards
Pitcher
 
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8 Pete Schourek Cards Pitcher
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2 Joe Schulte Cards Pitcher
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6 Rich Schulte Cards Outfield
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5 Troy Schulte Cards Pitcher
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1 Michael Schurz Card Pitcher
Began 2009 with Gulf Coast and ended with Tri-City, giving up 5 earned runs in about 30 innings of work. Split time in 2010 between Lexington and Lancaster
Lancaster JetHawks logo
3 Joe Sclafani Cards Infield
Lancaster JetHawks logo
Switch-hitting 14th round pick in the June 2012 draft out of Dartmouth was the primary shortstop for Tri-City that summer and finished third on the team in Total Bases. Began at Quad Cities in 2013, but was promoted to the Cal League based on a .430 OPS after 19 Games. Platooned with Matt Duffy at Lancaster and finished with an .870 OPS there, while stealing 16 bases
3 Don Scolaro Cards Shortstop
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12 Jordan Scott Cards Outfield
14th round pick in the June 2010 draft hit .301 at Gulf Coast that year then progressed to Greeneville for 2011, where led the team in Hits and slugged .811. Given the team MVP, though Chase Davidson obviously deserved it more. Hit .230 and made one error in 110 games at Lexington in 2012. A primary outfielder at Quad Cities in 2013, OBPed higher than he slugged, and finished second in the team in Triples, and third in Walks, while not homering
Greeneville Astros logo
9 Kevin Scott Cards Catcher
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68 Luke Scott Cards
Outfield
 
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MIKE SCOTT Cards
Pitcher
 
Houston Astros 1965 - 1993 logoThe same logic that retired Scott's number with the Astros would put Roger Maris in the Hall of Fame . . . but so what?
19 TONY SCOTT Cards
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6 Tyrone Scott Cards Pitcher
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They don't wear this uniform number anymore in Houston


CARDS I HAVE PLAYER POSITION REMARKS
15 Ross Seaton Cards Pitcher
Third round supplemental pick in the June 2008 draft was a Sally midseason All-Star for Lexington in 2009, and was Texas League Pitcher of the Week for Corpus Christi on two separate occasions in 2011. 26 - 39 career minor league record through 2012, and only two of his five full-length campaings have resulted in ERA's under 5.00.
1 Jeff See Card Strength Coach
Lancaster JetHawks logo
Began as Strength Coach at High A Lancaster in 2012
29 Todd Self Cards
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13 Neil Sellers Cards 3rd Base
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4 Carroll Sembera Cards
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SCOTT SERVAIS Cards
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20 Doug Sessions CardsPitcher
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2 Adam Seuss Cards Outfield
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4 Sergio Severino Cards Pitcher
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6 Joe Sewell Cards Pitcher
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5 Jimmy Sexton Cards
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2 Doug Shaab Cards Pitcher
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5 BOBBY SHANTZ Cards
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2 Tony Shaver Cards Pitcher
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1 Danny Sheaffer Card Coach
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29 Tom Shearn CardsPitcher
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7 John Sheehan Cards Pitcher
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13 Ole Sheldon Cards 1st Base
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1 Chris Shelton Card 1st Baseman
Round Rock Express logoRighthander who got his 15 minutes of fame in 2006 when he became the fastest American leaguer in history to 9 home runs signed a minor league contract with the Astros in December 2009 and played at Round Rock the following year, getting into 82 games and OPSing .715
2 Glenn Sherlock Cards Catcher
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3 Jim Sherman Cards Infield
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1 Eric Sheridan Card Pitcher
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2 Dave Shermet Cards Outfield
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2 Larry Sherry Cards Pitcher
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1 Paris Shewey Card Pitcher
2011 NDFA was 1 - 5 with a 9.82 at Greeneville that year
Greeneville Astros logo
4 JD Shields Cards Trainer
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4 Craig Shipley Cards Infield
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15 Tom Shirley Cards Pitcher
Lefthander who was drafted as a 22-year old and made the 9th pick in the June 2010 draft didn't give up an earned run in five starts for Tri-City that summer, but was thereafter out with a knee injury. Three teams but only 13 innings in 2011. 43:15 K/BB through 2011. Began 2012 in June with Short A Tri-City but after three dominant relief appearances (1.29 ERA, 8K, 1BB) was promoted to Lexington, where he was also used as a reliever, and ended up 2 - 4 with a 3.06 and a 45:16 K/BB. Started 9 and finished 8 at League champion Lancaster in 2013; fifth in WHIP among all pitchers for the JetHawks, though his career K/IP dipped below 1.00 for the first time
Lancaster JetHawks logo
2 Terry Shoemaker Cards Trainer
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4 Rory Shortell Cards Pitcher
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1 Jamey Shouppe Card Pitcher
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1 Brian Shouse Card Pitcher
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2 Dennis Shrum Cards Pitcher
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22 JB Shuck Cards
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Corpus Christi Hooks logo
Jack Burdett was the club's sixth round pick in the 2008 draft, and made the majors along with several other youths at the end of the disastrous 2011 season. Hit .272 with a .359 OBP in 37 games before the Astros finally had their plug pulled. Assigned to AAA OKC to begin 2012, he hit .298 with no homers in 115 games, clearing waivers and becoming a free agent on November 3rd
2 Paul Siebert Cards Pitcher
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13 Brian Sikorski Cards Pitcher
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7 Dave Silvestri Cards Infield
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2 Larry Simcox Cards Infield
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51 Mike Simms Cards
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14 Richie Simon Cards Pitcher
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3 Doug Simons Cards Pitcher
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1 Neil Simons Card Outfield
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1 Dick Simpson Card Outfield
Astros Shooting Star logoAcquired with Hal Gilson in exchange for Ron Davis from the Cardinals in June 1968. Hit .186 the rest of thhe way, then was traded to the Yankees in the offseason for Dooley Womack
6 Andy Simunic Cards Infield
University of Tennessee alum was the 17th round pick in the June 2008 draft. Defensive Player of the Month in July 2008 for Tri-City, in July 2009 for Lexington, and in July and August of 2010 for Lancaster. Reached base in 30 straight games for Lancaster in 2010, and played seven positions (excluding Pitcher and Catcher) for Lancaster in 2010 and for Corpus in 2011
Astros Shooting Star logo
1 Doug Simunic Card Coach
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2 Matt Sinatro Cards Catcher
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2 Ernie Sinclair Cards Pitcher
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83 Jonathan Singleton Cards
1st Base
 
Singleton was acquired with Jarred Cosart and two others in exchange for Hunter Pence on the last day of July 2011. Singleton is your prototypical high-strikeout, high power first baseman, and although he slugged .497 at Corpus in 2012, it remains to be seen whether or not he can retain the power as he rises towards the majors--because the strikeouts will stay. Signed a team-sweet deal during the 2014 season, and played for the major league team thereafter, hitting a Grand Slam vs. the Twins that was glorious to watch, but also ending the year with a .168 BA, and 134 K's in 362 PA's. Failed to make the big club out of Spring Training 2014
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2 Tony Sipp Cards Pitcher
Lefthanded reliever signed in May 2014 had a 0.00 on 2 hits after his first ten innings with the club, and ended up striking out 11.2 per nine Coming Soon
15 Ross Seaton Cards Pitcher
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Third round supplemental pick in the June 2008 draft was a Sally midseason All-Star for Lexington in 2009, and was Texas League Pitcher of the Week for Corpus Christi on two separate occasions in 2011. 26 - 39 career minor league record through 2012, and only two of his five full-length campaings have resulted in ERA's under 5.00.
1 Jeff See Card Strength Coach
Began as Strength Coach at High A Lancaster in 2012
Lancaster JetHawks logo
29 Todd Self Cards
Outfield
 
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13 Neil Sellers Cards 3rd Base
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4 Carroll Sembera Cards
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SCOTT SERVAIS Cards
Catcher
 
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20 Doug Sessions CardsPitcher
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2 Adam Seuss Cards Outfield
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4 Sergio Severino Cards Pitcher
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6 Joe Sewell Cards Pitcher
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5 Jimmy Sexton Cards
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2 Doug Shaab Cards Pitcher
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5 BOBBY SHANTZ Cards
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2 Tony Shaver Cards Pitcher
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1 Danny Sheaffer Card Coach
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29 Tom Shearn CardsPitcher
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7 John Sheehan Cards Pitcher
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13 Ole Sheldon Cards 1st Base
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1 Chris Shelton Card 1st Baseman
Righthander who got his 15 minutes of fame in 2006 when he became the fastest American leaguer in history to 9 home runs signed a minor league contract with the Astros in December 2009 and played at Round Rock the following year, getting into 82 games and OPSing .715
Round Rock Express logo
2 Glenn Sherlock Cards Catcher
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3 Jim Sherman Cards Infield
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1 Eric Sheridan Card Pitcher
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2 Dave Shermet Cards Outfield
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2 Larry Sherry Cards Pitcher
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1 Paris Shewey Card Pitcher
Greeneville Astros logo
2011 NDFA was 1 - 5 with a 9.82 at Greeneville that year
4 JD Shields Cards Trainer
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4 Craig Shipley Cards Infield
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Lefthander who was drafted as a 22-year old and made the 9th pick in the June 2010 draft didn't give up an earned run in five starts for Tri-City that summer, but was thereafter out with a knee injury. Three teams but only 13 innings in 2011. 43:15 K/BB through 2011. Began 2012 in June with Short A Tri-City but after three dominant relief appearances (1.29 ERA, 8K, 1BB) was promoted to Lexington, where he was also used as a reliever, and ended up 2 - 4 with a 3.06 and a 45:16 K/BB. Started 9 and finished 8 at League champion Lancaster in 2013; fifth in WHIP among all pitchers for the JetHawks, though his career K/IP dipped below 1.00 for the first time
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Acquired with Hal Gilson in exchange for Ron Davis from the Cardinals in June 1968. Hit .186 the rest of thhe way, then was traded to the Yankees in the offseason for Dooley Womack
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University of Tennessee alum was the 17th round pick in the June 2008 draft. Defensive Player of the Month in July 2008 for Tri-City, in July 2009 for Lexington, and in July and August of 2010 for Lancaster. Reached base in 30 straight games for Lancaster in 2010, and played seven positions (excluding Pitcher and Catcher) for Lancaster in 2010 and for Corpus in 2011 Astros Shooting Star logo
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Singleton was acquired with Jarred Cosart and two others in exchange for Hunter Pence on the last day of July 2011. Singleton is your prototypical high-strikeout, high power first baseman, and although he slugged .497 at Corpus in 2012, it remains to be seen whether or not he can retain the power as he rises towards the majors--because the strikeouts will stay. Signed a team-sweet deal during the 2014 season, and played for the major league team thereafter, hitting a Grand Slam vs. the Twins that was glorious to watch, but also ending the year with a .168 BA, and 134 K's in 362 PA's. Failed to make the big club out of Spring Training 2014
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Lefthanded reliever signed in May 2014 had a 0.00 on 2 hits after his first ten innings with the club, and ended up striking out 11.2 per nine
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Third round supplemental pick in the June 2008 draft was a Sally midseason All-Star for Lexington in 2009, and was Texas League Pitcher of the Week for Corpus Christi on two separate occasions in 2011. 26 - 39 career minor league record through 2012, and only two of his five full-length campaings have resulted in ERA's under 5.00.
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Righthander who got his 15 minutes of fame in 2006 when he became the fastest American leaguer in history to 9 home runs signed a minor league contract with the Astros in December 2009 and played at Round Rock the following year, getting into 82 games and OPSing .715 Round Rock Express logo
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2011 NDFA was 1 - 5 with a 9.82 at Greeneville that year
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Lefthander who was drafted as a 22-year old and made the 9th pick in the June 2010 draft didn't give up an earned run in five starts for Tri-City that summer, but was thereafter out with a knee injury. Three teams but only 13 innings in 2011. 43:15 K/BB through 2011. Began 2012 in June with Short A Tri-City but after three dominant relief appearances (1.29 ERA, 8K, 1BB) was promoted to Lexington, where he was also used as a reliever, and ended up 2 - 4 with a 3.06 and a 45:16 K/BB. Started 9 and finished 8 at League champion Lancaster in 2013; fifth in WHIP among all pitchers for the JetHawks, though his career K/IP dipped below 1.00 for the first time
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Jack Burdett was the club's sixth round pick in the 2008 draft, and made the majors along with several other youths at the end of the disastrous 2011 season. Hit .272 with a .359 OBP in 37 games before the Astros finally had their plug pulled. Assigned to AAA OKC to begin 2012, he hit .298 with no homers in 115 games, clearing waivers and becoming a free agent on November 3rd
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Acquired with Hal Gilson in exchange for Ron Davis from the Cardinals in June 1968. Hit .186 the rest of thhe way, then was traded to the Yankees in the offseason for Dooley Womack Astros Shooting Star logo
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University of Tennessee alum was the 17th round pick in the June 2008 draft. Defensive Player of the Month in July 2008 for Tri-City, in July 2009 for Lexington, and in July and August of 2010 for Lancaster. Reached base in 30 straight games for Lancaster in 2010, and played seven positions (excluding Pitcher and Catcher) for Lancaster in 2010 and for Corpus in 2011
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Singleton was acquired with Jarred Cosart and two others in exchange for Hunter Pence on the last day of July 2011. Singleton is your prototypical high-strikeout, high power first baseman, and although he slugged .497 at Corpus in 2012, it remains to be seen whether or not he can retain the power as he rises towards the majors--because the strikeouts will stay. Signed a team-sweet deal during the 2014 season, and played for the major league team thereafter, hitting a Grand Slam vs. the Twins that was glorious to watch, but also ending the year with a .168 BA, and 134 K's in 362 PA's. Failed to make the big club out of Spring Training 2014
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31st round pick in the June 2009 draft was third on the team in WHIP for the 2010 Greeneville Astros and second in Games Pitched for the 2011 Tri-City ValleyCats. Released in November of 2011
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Minor League free agent singed in November 2011 played in 122 Games for the Oklahoma City Redhawks the following season, and OPSed .925, a team best for anyone with as many as 150 PA
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26th round pick out of Oregon State was 1 - 2 with a 1.27 WHIP for the 2010 Tri-City ValleyCats. The lefthander made 10 starts and saved 4 in 31 appearances at Lexington in 2011, and was named their Pitcher of the Month for August. Number 5 in Strikeouts among Astros farmhands that year. Spent most of 2012 at AA Corpus where he struck out 35 in 53+ innings, and posted a 3.86 ERA. Began 2013 ast Corpus, then spent half of May and all of June and July at OKC, before being demoted back to the Texas League. 2.88 ERA at Corpus, and 9.39 with the Redhawks, though the 2.88 was better than he pitched, and the 9.39 worse
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Righthander with the one fast pitch from the DR was received from the Giants in July of 2011 in exchange for Jeff Keppinger. Made one appearance for AAA Oklahoma, starting and going seven scoreless vs. the Las Vegas '51's on August 6, before making his major league debut wth Houston on the 10th. Ended the year 3 - 5 with a 5.23 for Houston. 2 - 0 with a 5.12 in six Games at Oklahoma in 2012 before being sold to Kia of the Korean Baseball Organization on May 18
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Righthander concluded a 12-year minor league career as a player-coach at AAA Tucson in 1981. He then coached for a year at Asheville and then managed them for two more. Back into the organization again in 2011 as the manager at High A Lancaster, as he succeeded Tom Lawless in the position
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#1 draft pick in June 2011 had actually made his first card appearance for Team USA in 2010. Signed juuust before the deadline, he played in only eight games for the Tri-City ValleyCats, OPSing .696. Did very well for Lancaster in 2012, as he OPSed .955 while finishing third in the Cal League in Triples, stealing 28 bases with only 6 Caughts, and homering 22 times, but an end-of-year promotion to AA Corpus went only so-so, as he OPSed .630 in 22 Games. Began 2013 at Corpus and hit 18 Homers, OBPing .399 before being named the MVP of the Texas League All-Star Game. Then he went and hit 19 Homers and OBPed .425 at AAA Oklahoma City. Played in the 2013 Futures Game. Did not make the club out of ST in 2014, but had been called up by the end of April, and, while being named AL Rookie of the Month for May, showed a proclivity for both Homers and Strikeouts before a left quadriceps injury ended his season in July. Moving forward I think both 40 Homers and 250 K's are a real possibility if the team gives him the room
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25th round draft pick in June 2009 has played 87 games at Tri-City, but played his best perhaps on June 23, 2009 when he hit two homers and drove in four vs. the Vermont Lake Monsters
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Acquired with Chris Carter and Brad Peacock from the A's in exchange for Jed Lowrie and Fernando Rodriguez in February 2013. Split time at Catcher that season with Rene Garcia. Homered for the Hooks in five consecutive July Games, and for the month was twice named Texas League Player of the Week, before notching the Player of the Month award as well. Called up to Houston on August 20 when Carlos Corporan went on the DL, Stassi grabbed two Hits in his first Game with Houston, then was hit by a fastball in the face in the second, ending his year. Began 2015 with AAA Fresno
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Did not sign when the Astros made him the 22nd pick in the Jun '05 draft, but went ahead and pulled the trigger when Houston selected him 4th in '08. Assigned to Tri-City, he was named Tri-City's Defensive Player of the Month his very first month. Midseason NYPL All-Star in 2008 as well. Baseball America's 10th-rated prospect prior to 2010, but went out and hit .224. Released at the end of May, 2012
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A rarity among professional coaches in that he has no professional playing experience, Steinhorn joined the Tri-City ValleyCats in 2013 as hitting coach after a short stretch in the college ranks as an administrator. His hitters in 2013 ended up finishing fourth in the 14-team NYPL in OPS, and finished third in OBP, and of course the V-Cats won the league championship
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Fifth round pick of the Astros in the June 1982 draft finished second in hitting on the 1982 Auburns Astros, then led the '83 Asheville Tourists with a .312 mark. Also led the 1983 Sally league in triples with 10. Hit .278 at Daytona in 1984, then .117 at Osceola in '85 and was released
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Backup catcher and sometime-outfielder is not to be confused with the late guitarist for the Replacements. Played in 27 games for the 1972 squad after being acquired from the Cardinals during '71 offseason in exchange for Marty Martinez. Sold to the Expos during spring training of 1973.
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Righthander acquired from the Giants in exchange for Jeff Keppinger on July 19, 2011 struggled for Corpus Christi after being assigned to the Hooks, but pretty much dominated for Corpus in 2012, holding the Texas League to a .196 BAA, and leading it in Saves with 27. Texas Mid- and Post-season All-Star that year. 8 - 1 with a 3.47 at Oklahoma City in 2013, and was named a PCL All-Star
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Righthander originally out of Florida Atlantic University just up the road from the Astroman was signed by the Astros as a Minor League Free Agent in June 2011. Had a 3.99 ERA in 23 Games for Oklahoma in 2011, then improved that to a 3.05 when he repeated at OKC in 2012
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37th round pick in June 2010 was second for that year's Greeneville Astros in Saves, and fourth in Games Pitched. Threw at Lexington in 2011, and finished fourth on the club in WHIP while making 40 appearances including one start. Posted a 7.78 ERA at Lancaster through July 13, 2012, after which he was released
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2003 NDFA is Corpus Christi's all-time leader in Hits, Games, and At-Bats. Greeneville Astros Defensive Player of the Month for June 2004. Named a 2005 NYPL All-Star after a season that saw him finish fifth in the league in hitting at .329. Led Corpus Christi in Stolen Bases for 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Hooks' Defensive Player of the Month for April 2010 and a Texas League All-Star that year as well
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31st round pick in the June 2009 draft was third on the team in WHIP for the 2010 Greeneville Astros and second in Games Pitched for the 2011 Tri-City ValleyCats. Released in November of 2011
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2010 NDFA led the 2011 Greeneville Astros in Games Finished and was one of three players to co-lead in Saves with three
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Minor League free agent singed in November 2011 played in 122 Games for the Oklahoma City Redhawks the following season, and OPSed .925, a team best for anyone with as many as 150 PA
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26th round pick out of Oregon State was 1 - 2 with a 1.27 WHIP for the 2010 Tri-City ValleyCats. The lefthander made 10 starts and saved 4 in 31 appearances at Lexington in 2011, and was named their Pitcher of the Month for August. Number 5 in Strikeouts among Astros farmhands that year. Spent most of 2012 at AA Corpus where he struck out 35 in 53+ innings, and posted a 3.86 ERA. Began 2013 ast Corpus, then spent half of May and all of June and July at OKC, before being demoted back to the Texas League. 2.88 ERA at Corpus, and 9.39 with the Redhawks, though the 2.88 was better than he pitched, and the 9.39 worse
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Righthander with the one fast pitch from the DR was received from the Giants in July of 2011 in exchange for Jeff Keppinger. Made one appearance for AAA Oklahoma, starting and going seven scoreless vs. the Las Vegas '51's on August 6, before making his major league debut wth Houston on the 10th. Ended the year 3 - 5 with a 5.23 for Houston. 2 - 0 with a 5.12 in six Games at Oklahoma in 2012 before being sold to Kia of the Korean Baseball Organization on May 18
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Switch-hitting Dominican drafted in the 23rd round of the June 2011 draft played 25 games in the outfield and 21 at second at two different levels that year
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Began serving as High A Lancaster's Strength Coach in 2013
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Righthander concluded a 12-year minor league career as a player-coach at AAA Tucson in 1981. He then coached for a year at Asheville and then managed them for two more. Back into the organization again in 2011 as the manager at High A Lancaster, as he succeeded Tom Lawless in the position
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#1 draft pick in June 2011 had actually made his first card appearance for Team USA in 2010. Signed juuust before the deadline, he played in only eight games for the Tri-City ValleyCats, OPSing .696. Did very well for Lancaster in 2012, as he OPSed .955 while finishing third in the Cal League in Triples, stealing 28 bases with only 6 Caughts, and homering 22 times, but an end-of-year promotion to AA Corpus went only so-so, as he OPSed .630 in 22 Games. Began 2013 at Corpus and hit 18 Homers, OBPing .399 before being named the MVP of the Texas League All-Star Game. Then he went and hit 19 Homers and OBPed .425 at AAA Oklahoma City. Played in the 2013 Futures Game. Did not make the club out of ST in 2014, but had been called up by the end of April, and, while being named AL Rookie of the Month for May, showed a proclivity for both Homers and Strikeouts before a left quadriceps injury ended his season in July. Moving forward I think both 40 Homers and 250 K's are a real possibility if the team gives him the room
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Acquired with Chris Carter and Brad Peacock from the A's in exchange for Jed Lowrie and Fernando Rodriguez in February 2013. Split time at Catcher that season with Rene Garcia. Homered for the Hooks in five consecutive July Games, and for the month was twice named Texas League Player of the Week, before notching the Player of the Month award as well. Called up to Houston on August 20 when Carlos Corporan went on the DL, Stassi grabbed two Hits in his first Game with Houston, then was hit by a fastball in the face in the second, ending his year. Began 2015 with AAA Fresno
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Did not sign when the Astros made him the 22nd pick in the Jun '05 draft, but went ahead and pulled the trigger when Houston selected him 4th in '08. Assigned to Tri-City, he was named Tri-City's Defensive Player of the Month his very first month. Midseason NYPL All-Star in 2008 as well. Baseball America's 10th-rated prospect prior to 2010, but went out and hit .224. Released at the end of May, 2012
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A rarity among professional coaches in that he has no professional playing experience, Steinhorn joined the Tri-City ValleyCats in 2013 as hitting coach after a short stretch in the college ranks as an administrator. His hitters in 2013 ended up finishing fourth in the 14-team NYPL in OPS, and finished third in OBP, and of course the V-Cats won the league championship
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Fifth round pick of the Astros in the June 1982 draft finished second in hitting on the 1982 Auburns Astros, then led the '83 Asheville Tourists with a .312 mark. Also led the 1983 Sally league in triples with 10. Hit .278 at Daytona in 1984, then .117 at Osceola in '85 and was released
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Backup catcher and sometime-outfielder is not to be confused with the late guitarist for the Replacements. Played in 27 games for the 1972 squad after being acquired from the Cardinals during '71 offseason in exchange for Marty Martinez. Sold to the Expos during spring training of 1973.
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Righthander originally out of Florida Atlantic University just up the road from the Astroman was signed by the Astros as a Minor League Free Agent in June 2011. Had a 3.99 ERA in 23 Games for Oklahoma in 2011, then improved that to a 3.05 when he repeated at OKC in 2012
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Lancaster JetHawks logo37th round pick in June 2010 was second for that year's Greeneville Astros in Saves, and fourth in Games Pitched. Threw at Lexington in 2011, and finished fourth on the club in WHIP while making 40 appearances including one start. Posted a 7.78 ERA at Lancaster through July 13, 2012, after which he was released
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2003 NDFA is Corpus Christi's all-time leader in Hits, Games, and At-Bats. Greeneville Astros Defensive Player of the Month for June 2004. Named a 2005 NYPL All-Star after a season that saw him finish fifth in the league in hitting at .329. Led Corpus Christi in Stolen Bases for 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Hooks' Defensive Player of the Month for April 2010 and a Texas League All-Star that year as well
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31st round pick in the June 2009 draft was third on the team in WHIP for the 2010 Greeneville Astros and second in Games Pitched for the 2011 Tri-City ValleyCats. Released in November of 2011
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2010 NDFA led the 2011 Greeneville Astros in Games Finished and was one of three players to co-lead in Saves with three Greeneville Astros logo
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Minor League free agent singed in November 2011 played in 122 Games for the Oklahoma City Redhawks the following season, and OPSed .925, a team best for anyone with as many as 150 PA
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26th round pick out of Oregon State was 1 - 2 with a 1.27 WHIP for the 2010 Tri-City ValleyCats. The lefthander made 10 starts and saved 4 in 31 appearances at Lexington in 2011, and was named their Pitcher of the Month for August. Number 5 in Strikeouts among Astros farmhands that year. Spent most of 2012 at AA Corpus where he struck out 35 in 53+ innings, and posted a 3.86 ERA. Began 2013 ast Corpus, then spent half of May and all of June and July at OKC, before being demoted back to the Texas League. 2.88 ERA at Corpus, and 9.39 with the Redhawks, though the 2.88 was better than he pitched, and the 9.39 worse
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Righthander with the one fast pitch from the DR was received from the Giants in July of 2011 in exchange for Jeff Keppinger. Made one appearance for AAA Oklahoma, starting and going seven scoreless vs. the Las Vegas '51's on August 6, before making his major league debut wth Houston on the 10th. Ended the year 3 - 5 with a 5.23 for Houston. 2 - 0 with a 5.12 in six Games at Oklahoma in 2012 before being sold to Kia of the Korean Baseball Organization on May 18
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Righthander concluded a 12-year minor league career as a player-coach at AAA Tucson in 1981. He then coached for a year at Asheville and then managed them for two more. Back into the organization again in 2011 as the manager at High A Lancaster, as he succeeded Tom Lawless in the position
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#1 draft pick in June 2011 had actually made his first card appearance for Team USA in 2010. Signed juuust before the deadline, he played in only eight games for the Tri-City ValleyCats, OPSing .696. Did very well for Lancaster in 2012, as he OPSed .955 while finishing third in the Cal League in Triples, stealing 28 bases with only 6 Caughts, and homering 22 times, but an end-of-year promotion to AA Corpus went only so-so, as he OPSed .630 in 22 Games. Began 2013 at Corpus and hit 18 Homers, OBPing .399 before being named the MVP of the Texas League All-Star Game. Then he went and hit 19 Homers and OBPed .425 at AAA Oklahoma City. Played in the 2013 Futures Game. Did not make the club out of ST in 2014, but had been called up by the end of April, and, while being named AL Rookie of the Month for May, showed a proclivity for both Homers and Strikeouts before a left quadriceps injury ended his season in July. Moving forward I think both 40 Homers and 250 K's are a real possibility if the team gives him the room
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25th round draft pick in June 2009 has played 87 games at Tri-City, but played his best perhaps on June 23, 2009 when he hit two homers and drove in four vs. the Vermont Lake Monsters
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Acquired with Chris Carter and Brad Peacock from the A's in exchange for Jed Lowrie and Fernando Rodriguez in February 2013. Split time at Catcher that season with Rene Garcia. Homered for the Hooks in five consecutive July Games, and for the month was twice named Texas League Player of the Week, before notching the Player of the Month award as well. Called up to Houston on August 20 when Carlos Corporan went on the DL, Stassi grabbed two Hits in his first Game with Houston, then was hit by a fastball in the face in the second, ending his year. Began 2015 with AAA Fresno
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Did not sign when the Astros made him the 22nd pick in the Jun '05 draft, but went ahead and pulled the trigger when Houston selected him 4th in '08. Assigned to Tri-City, he was named Tri-City's Defensive Player of the Month his very first month. Midseason NYPL All-Star in 2008 as well. Baseball America's 10th-rated prospect prior to 2010, but went out and hit .224. Released at the end of May, 2012
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A rarity among professional coaches in that he has no professional playing experience, Steinhorn joined the Tri-City ValleyCats in 2013 as hitting coach after a short stretch in the college ranks as an administrator. His hitters in 2013 ended up finishing fourth in the 14-team NYPL in OPS, and finished third in OBP, and of course the V-Cats won the league championship
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Fifth round pick of the Astros in the June 1982 draft finished second in hitting on the 1982 Auburns Astros, then led the '83 Asheville Tourists with a .312 mark. Also led the 1983 Sally league in triples with 10. Hit .278 at Daytona in 1984, then .117 at Osceola in '85 and was released
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Backup catcher and sometime-outfielder is not to be confused with the late guitarist for the Replacements. Played in 27 games for the 1972 squad after being acquired from the Cardinals during '71 offseason in exchange for Marty Martinez. Sold to the Expos during spring training of 1973.
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Righthander acquired from the Giants in exchange for Jeff Keppinger on July 19, 2011 struggled for Corpus Christi after being assigned to the Hooks, but pretty much dominated for Corpus in 2012, holding the Texas League to a .196 BAA, and leading it in Saves with 27. Texas Mid- and Post-season All-Star that year. 8 - 1 with a 3.47 at Oklahoma City in 2013, and was named a PCL All-Star
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Righthander originally out of Florida Atlantic University just up the road from the Astroman was signed by the Astros as a Minor League Free Agent in June 2011. Had a 3.99 ERA in 23 Games for Oklahoma in 2011, then improved that to a 3.05 when he repeated at OKC in 2012
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37th round pick in June 2010 was second for that year's Greeneville Astros in Saves, and fourth in Games Pitched. Threw at Lexington in 2011, and finished fourth on the club in WHIP while making 40 appearances including one start. Posted a 7.78 ERA at Lancaster through July 13, 2012, after which he was released
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2003 NDFA is Corpus Christi's all-time leader in Hits, Games, and At-Bats. Greeneville Astros Defensive Player of the Month for June 2004. Named a 2005 NYPL All-Star after a season that saw him finish fifth in the league in hitting at .329. Led Corpus Christi in Stolen Bases for 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Hooks' Defensive Player of the Month for April 2010 and a Texas League All-Star that year as well
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