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Friday morning Astros, etc. Round Up


"We have to make a stronger investment and smarter picks in the draft," McLane said. "You’ve got to invest in young talent. To do that, you need patience, and that’s hard for me."

"From my business training, you want results very quickly," he said. "That doesn’t always happen in baseball. We spend $4 million to $6 million in the draft every year, but we haven’t always made good decisions."

Hopefully these will help you forget the horror that was watching Wandy's luck finally run out.