There were early rumbles about the fact that Jake Marisnick, who was dealing with a broken thumb, would not be back in time to make the Houston Astros World Series roster.
That news was correct as the Astros have announced their 25-man roster for the 2017 World Series Tuesday without making any changes from the American League Championship Series roster that added Collin McHugh.
The 2017 World Series begins Tuesday against Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodgers Stadium.
The Astros will have 12 pitchers and 13 position players on their active roster.
Astros ALCS roster
Right-handed pitchers (10): Chris Devenski, Ken Giles, Luke Gregerson, Will Harris, Lance McCullers Jr., Collin McHugh, Charlie Morton, Joe Musgrove, Brad Peacock, Justin Verlander
Left-handed pitchers (2): Dallas Keuchel, Francisco Liriano
Catchers (3): Juan Centeno, Evan Gattis, Brian McCann
Infielders (5): Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, Carlos Correa, Marwin Gonzalez, Yuli Gurriel
Outfielders (5): Carlos Beltran, Derek Fisher, Cameron Maybin, Josh Reddick, George Springer