Why The Houston Astros Have The Brightest Future In Major League Baseball
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The Houston Astros had some very rough years from 2011 to 2013 (162-324 record).
While this was a tough time for the Major League Organization, their Minor League affiliates were thriving. Luckily for the Astros, a lot of their young talent has made their way through the minors and has finally landed in the big leagues.
This youth movement has helped the team drastically. Many baseball experts and fans didn’t predict the Astros to compete in 2015, but they proved them wrong.
In 2015, they made the playoffs for the first time since 2005. They accomplished this feat while having the 6th youngest roster in Major League Baseball (Average age of 26.7 years old).
If the Astros were this successful with a roster with so little Major League experience, then can you imagine what they will do once their talent matures throughout the next few seasons?
Posted on February 4, 2016, in MLB Teams State Of the Unions and tagged 2015 ALDS, 2015 Cy Young Winner, AL West, American league, astros, Brett Oberholtzer, carlos correa, carlos gomez, chris carter, colby rasmus, collin mchugh, dallas keuchel, david price, evan gattis, fantasy baseball, george springer, Houston, houston astros, Houston Astros Roster in 2016, jake marisnick, jason castro, jeff luhnow, jon singleton, jose altuve, kansas city royals, Ken Giles, Lance McCullers JR, luis valbuena, luke gregerson, mark appel, marwin gonzalez, mike fiers, MLB Fantasy, pat neshek, Preston Tucker, scott feldman, seattle mariners, texas rangers, Tony Sipp, Unions 2015 AL Rookie Of The Year. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.