In addition to the increasing injuries on the Texas list, the Houston Astros Relief Path is now a hot topic in the jungle.
For now, the starting cycle is stable, but there is no guarantee that it will last all season. This is what the next generation needs to do this work. However, the exact opposite is happening now.
In fact, Ryan Presley’s weakness as Relief Number One is becoming more and more apparent. No one is afraid to face him this time around, especially since Fernando Doddis Jr. is not a talented player we were able to appreciate last Saturday.
But he is not alone. Joe Smith picks more often than his turn, as evidenced by the average he has earned over seven.
As mentioned in the introduction, injuries are rampant among the astrologers, and the Puntarenas pace injures a team.
Speaking of sidelined players, Jake Otorisi, Jose Urquidi and Framber Valdes are expected to return to the game occasionally in June. More than the necessary reinforcement, what Christian Javier should bring in the bracket.
Regardless of the injury or not, they need to improve this page if they want to make and survive the Houston playoffs. However, like the New York Yankees, the Astros also prefer to stay below the luxury line, which complicates the process.