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Astros Crawfish Boil: June 4th, 2019

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Astros News

The Astros are streaking again as they took their 4th in a row from Seattle (Houston Chronicle)
And it only gets easier in June, according to the schedule (Houston Sportsmap)
Last night’s game also featured this throw to nobody at home base, and someone will need to explain to me how that’s not an error (MLB Video)
But it was another not-good game for Corbin Martin, so where does he go from here? (Texas Sports Nation)
Jake Kaplan opened up tho ol’ mail bag to talk about Yordan Alvarez, Super Two, and more (The Athletic, $$$)
Two words about Myles Straw: He fast (The Runner Sports)
With the 32nd pick in the MLB draft, the Houston Astros select catcher Korey Lee (
And you can check out a prospect video of him doing his thing here (YouTube)
Astros County has you all set with links covering him, and I’m too lazy to steal all of them (Astros County)
I’ll also continue to piggy back off their hard work and direct you to reaction from the Astros’ next pick, SS Grae Kessinger (Astros County)
Get ready to see and hear Alex Bregman pitch some power, and by that I mean be a spokesman for Champion Energy (Houston Chronicle)

Around the League

The Orioles have made catcher Adley Rutschman the number 1 pick in the 2019 draft (
But will he be a cornerstone for the beleaguered franchise? (MLB Trade Rumors)
Director Billy Corben has taken on the Biogenesis scandal with his new documentary, “Screwball” (Sporting News)
Get ready for a ton of “Where’s Keuchel going?” articles in the next few days now that he no longer has a QO attached to him (MLB Trade Rumors)
Which is the better league, National or American? (FOX Sports)
Ben Lindbergh’s and Travis Sawchik’s new book is a deep dive into how player development has changed in MLB (The Hardball Times)