Saturday, July 1, 2017

Astros Farm Report: 7-1

So many roster moves, so little time ... but first things first!


Brock Dykxhoorn - April 2017
Photo by Jayne Hansen

7-1: OF Euclides Chavez (20)
7-2: RHP Brock Dykxhoorn (23)
7-2: SS Cody Bohanek (22)
7-3: RHP Casey Coleman (30)
7-6: OF Hector Martinez (19)
7-6: OF Preston Tucker (27)
7-7: RHP Diosward Gonzalez (22)
7-7: C Nathan Perry (18)
7-8: LHP Sean Stutzman (24)
7-9: RHP Edgardo Sandoval (21)
7-10: C Ruben Castro (21)
7-11: OF Luis Coronel (20)
7-12: LHP Tony Sipp (34)
7-13: C/OF Luis Barajas (19)
7-14: LHP Salvador Montano (23)
7-15: LHP Carlos Hiraldo (21)
7-15: OF Ramon Laureano (23)
7-15: OF Carlos Diaz (18)
7-16: 3B Reiny Beltre (21)
7-16: RHP Christopher Javier (19)
7-20: RHP Lucas Williams (23)
7-21: RHP Angel Matos (20)
7-22: RHP Angel Heredia (25)
7-23: 3B/1B Anthony Rodriguez (21)
7-28: RHP Jorge Alcala (22)


Collectively, all of the Astros MiLB affiliates went 34-28 over the last eight days. Fresno has done the most to improve their stock, winning eight straight and climbing five games up in the standings into second place in their division. During that same time frame, Corpus Christi was 2-3, falling into a second place tie in the second half. Buies Creek and Quad Cities have each gone 5-3 over the last eight games and are both in good position starting the second half.

As to the short season teams, Tri-City's recent 2-5 record has dropped them to third place, but there is still a lot of baseball left to play in their season and the new draft picks are looking to make their mark. Greeneville is also in third place after their recent 4-4 record, but are only one game behind the division leader. Unlike recent seasons, the GCL 'Stros have gotten off to a good start with their 3-1 record. The DSL Blue team (3-4 in the past week) has dropped in the standings, but remain only one-half game out of first place. The Orange team, however, lost more ground in the standings with their 2-5 week.

AAA Fresno 2nd 43-38 .531 6.0GB W8

AA Corpus 2nd 38-40 .487 9.0GB L2 (Overall)
AA Corpus T-2nd 4-4 .500 2.0GB L2 (Second Half)

HiA Buies Creek T-2nd 42-37 .532 3.5GB W3 (Overall)
HiA Buies Creek T-2nd 5-4 .556 0.5GB W3 (Second Half)

LoA Quad Cities 3rd 42-35 .545 2.5GB L1
LoA Quad Cities T-3rd 5-4 .556 1.0GB L1

SSA Tri-City 3rd 4-6 .400 3.0GB W1

Rk+ Greeneville 3rd 5-4 .556 1.0GB L1

Rk GCL Astros T-1st 3-1 .750 -.-GB W2

FRk DSL Orange 5th 10-14 .417 8.0GB L1

FRk DSL Blue T-3rd 13-10 .565 0.5GB L1


7-1: RHP Charlie Morton on rehab assignment to Corpus Christi
6-30: RHP Collin McHugh on rehab assignment to Corpus Christi
6-30: 1B Vicente Mota (Greeneville) released
6-29: 2B Josh Rojas (26th round) assigned to Quad Cities
6-29: OF Jacob Meyers (13th round) assigned to Tri-City
6-29: RHP Cristian Javier assigned to Buies Creek from Tri-City
6-29: LHP Yhoan Acosta assigned to Greeneville from the GCL
6-29: RHP Tyler Ivey (3rd round) assigned to the GCL
6-29: RHP Carlos Pimental (NDFA) assigned to the GCL
6-28: RHP Humberto Castellanos assigned to the GCL from Greeneville
6-28: RHP Corbin Martin (2nd round) agreed to terms
6-27: RHP Jordan Jankowski placed on the Fresno 7-day DL
6-27: LHP Cole Watts (31st round) assigned to Greeneville
6-27: RHP Tanner Duncan (NDFA) assigned to the GCL
6-27: C Nathan Perry (5th round) assigned to the GCL
6-27: RHP Matthew Merrill (37th round) assigned to the GCL
6-27: RHP Ronaldo Marrero assigned to the GCL from DSL
6-26: RHP Dean Deetz activated from the Fresno 7-day DL
6-26: RHP Mike Hauschild placed on the Fresno 7-day DL
6-26: RHP Humberto Castellanos assigned to Greeneville from Tri-City
6-26: RHP Ronny Jimenez (DSL) released
6-25: LHP Parker Mushinski (7th round) assigned to Tri-City
6-25: 1B J.J. Matijevic (competitive balance pick) assigned to Tri-City
6-25: OF Frankeny Fernandez assigned to Greeneville from Tri-City
6-25: RHP Leovanny Rodriguez assigned to Greeneville from Tri-City
6-25: SS Joan Mauricio assigned to Greeneville from Tri-City
6-25: LHP Austin Kerns (NDFA) assigned to Greeneville
6-25: RHP Felipe Tejada assigned to Greeneville from Tri-City
6-25: 3B Richard Slenker (28th round) assigned to the GCL
6-24: RHP Lucas Williams placed on the Quad Cities 7-day DL (retroactive to 6-23)
6-24: RHP Hunter Martin (20th round) assigned to Tri-City
6-24: OF Reid Russell (33rd round) assigned to Tri-City
6-24: RHP Alex House (24th round) assigned to Tri-City
6-24: RHP Joe Musgrove optioned to Fresno
6-24: RHP Jordan Jankowski recalled to Houston from Fresno
6-24: LHP Sean Stutzman assigned to Buies Creek from Corpus Christi
6-24: LHP Devon Carr assigned to Buies Creek from Quad Cities
6-23: RHP Dayan Diaz optioned to Fresno
6-23: LHP Reymin Guduan recalled to Houston from Fresno
6-23: OF Corey Julks (8th round) assigned to Tri-City
6-23: C Ruben Castro assigned from Tri-City to Greeneville
6-23: 1B Dex McCall assigned to Corpus Christi from Buies Creek
6-23: 1B Bryan Muniz (Corpus Christi) released
6-23: 1B/DH/OF Yordan Alvarez assigned to Buies Creek from Quad Cities
6-23: OF Pat Porter (Buies Creek) released

Plus, here are your 2017 Gulf Coast League Astros (I've noted the assignment of this year's draft picks above).

Other draft picks and non-drafted free agents who have either signed or agreed to terms but haven't been assigned to a team yet: RHP Corbin Martin (2nd round), RHP Peter Soloman (4th round), CF Carlos Diaz (14th round) and RHP Matt Ruppenthal (17th round). Twelve players remain unsigned with a deadline of July 7th.

And Dustin has updated the Social Media post with info on non-drafted free agents here and all players who have currently signed are indicated in bold.

And, finally, in case you missed it, I looked in on former Astros who are currently playing in Independent and Foreign Leagues.

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