Kyle Gruller played in 15 games at the High-A level for Houston in 2022.
Valente Bellozo is an under-the-radar prospect that you may be getting more familiar with.
An Oops! for Sunday.
Cesar Salazar is yet another solid depth option behind the plate for the Astros.
Darwin De Leon got his introduction to professional baseball in 2022.
Luis Vega spent the 2022 campaign with the FCL Astros Blue squad.
Rolando Espinosa is the 248th player to get the Oops! treatment this offseason.
Daniel Castro got his first licks in at the professional level in 2022.
Leosdany Molina spent his season at the Low-A level for the Astros.
We’re reviewing all 316 players to appear in Houston’s system in 2022.
Fernando Caldera is the 235th chapter of our offseason-long series.
Andy Colon got his first taste of professional baseball in 2022.
Here today, gone tomorrow. Chayce McDermott’s time in Houston comes to a close.
Chapter 225 of our Oops! All Astros series.
Jose Bravo’s season in the Astros’ system.
We’re reviewing every player to appear at any level for Houston in 2022.
We’re reviewing every player to appear with the Astros in 2022.
Scott Schreiber’s march to the majors took a season-long detour in 2022.
A pair of prospects who never got to the majors with Houston.
Hunter Peck pitched in 14 games for the Asheville Tourists before his release from the Astros.
Ricardo Balogh drove his OPS up by 150 points in his age-19 season.
Samuel Capellan had his first taste of professional baseball in 2022.
Highly touted prospect Tyler Whitaker’s 2022 campaign leaves us with a few questions.
Taylor Jones had one plate appearance at the major league level for the 2022 Houston Astros.
Colin McKee walked more batters than he struck out for the Astros minor leagues in 2022.
Kasey Ford struck out 54 batters in 41 1⁄3 innings in 2022.
Jordan Brewer played 55 games for the Astros at High-A and Double-A in 2022.
Raimy Rodriguez debuted his professional career in 2022.
Sandy Mejia gives Astros fans something to think about for the 2028 season.
OF Carrillo reinvented himself as a pitcher.
Kevin Holcomb was Houston’s 13th round pick in 2019.