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Podcast: Astros' Kevin Goldstein Interview And The Corpus Christi Hooks

Kevin Goldstein joins the podcast to talk about scouting, his hiring with the Astros and updates us on the status of his weird neighbors. In the Astros minors podcast we talk about the Corpus Christi Hooks pitching rotation and get into a little draft discussion.

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TCBP 82: Talking Scouting With Astros Pro Scout Coordinator Kevin Goldstein

In this episode David Coleman and myself are joined by Kevin Goldstein to discuss:

  • Who the Astros will pick number one in the upcoming MLB Draft
  • What Kevin actually does for the Astros
  • How his hire with the Astros came about
  • The inner workings of scouting
  • An update on Kevin's weird neighbors

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TCB AMP 2: Corpus Christi Hooks Rotation And Draft Trolling

In This episode Brooks Parker, Anthony Boyer and myself discuss:

  • Projectability of the Hooks starting rotation including: Mike Folytnewicz, Jake Buchanan, Nicholas Tropeano
  • Chances Foltynewicz breaks with the major league club out of Spring Training next year
  • How the rotation is being affected by the tandem starting
  • Draft discussion including: Jeff Luhnow and Jim Crane's trip to Chapel Hill; and the four upcoming Astros workouts for potential draftees

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