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We know the argument. We know the Astros won the World Series with George Springer in the leadoff spot. We know he won the WS MVP from the leadoff spot. And we say….so what? In 2016 and 2018 they also did not win the WS with him in the leadoff spot. You are putting a guy with good power stats with so-so on base percentage (5 th among this set of players last season), who is a pretty bad base stealer by percentage in the top spot.

Bregman is your best OBP man hernia lumbar l4 l5, but he may also be your best hitter (power plus average) period so let’s hold off on him. Brantley is one of your best hitters with less power and he is a lefty. Jose Altuve? Now there is your leadoff hitter. Great batting average. Great on-base percentage, Very good escoliosis de convexidad derecha base stealer.


Inconsistent power. So here is a revised top 3 in the order.

If Correa’s crappy 2018 was based on a bad back, which is likely and if he is healthy and if he is playing to get a much better pay day in 2 nd season arbitration, he should be in the cleanup spot. He has shown good batting average, solid power and clutch hitting. He just needs to play more than 100-110 games in a season. Springer would be nice protection for Carlos and you could follow him up with either 1B Yuli Gurriel or DH Tyler White. Nice choices. We go with Gurriel, who was one of the best with runners in scoring position last season.

The Tyler White we saw in 2018 was the best of these three players. You could put him 7 th or if he really shines flip him with Springer or Gurriel. The only reason Reddick gets the 7 th spot is if you want another lefty sooner in a right-centric lineup. Chirinos or Max Stassi hernia discal lumbar tratamiento would be the weak link in this chain. If they did go out and pick up catcher J.T. Realmuto, he would need to come in as #6 or 7 in this lineup.

8) Reddick – Josh along with Correa had a crummy 2018. If he continues, they may try to dump his salary at the deadline. Or he could get displaced by young Kyle Tucker or Yordan Alvarez (in the lineup). How that would work in the field is another question.

I’m probably in the minority on Chipalatta for my lineup. I want a threat leading off. There is no bigger threat in the lineup than George Springer. He doesn’t go out of the zone like Altuve. I want my best hitter in the second spot. There are multiple reasons, but it comes down escoliosis dolor to three things in the end. First, when the leadoff man gets on base they have a chance to set the stage for a big inning to start the game. Second, if the leadoff man does not get on base, having a man on first base with 1 out is a lot better than with 2 outs. Finally, the leadoff hitter will have the most plate appearances over a season and the second hitter will have the next most…simple math. I’m putting Bregman there with some hesitation that Altuve would be a better selection.

When we get to the third spot in the lineup it’s tough. I’m probably trying to manage egos here as much as anything else. Bregman/Altuve/Correa need to be 2/3/4 but the order isn’t set until the season starts and we see results in my mind. That puts Brantley at 5th to start the season. 6-9 would be entirely dependent upon performance. I’d really like a guy in the ninth spot dolor lumbar embarazo primer trimestre who can run at with at least average speed, but feel like burying Reddick there to promote our non-hitting catchers hurts us.

The top prize that everyone is anticipating is F Whitley. Will the Astros focus on service time and say it’s something else (probably), will we even need to worry about a division race (probably), will we bring on board 10 rookies or prospects sometime throughout (probably)? That list includes; James escoliosis toracolumbar Valdez Deetz Armenteros Straw Perez Whitley Martin Bukauskas Stubbs Bostick Beer

I estimate Guduan will win the one-dimensional LOOGY role, because his splits vs lefties in the minors were elite. In such short spurts, his control concerns may be refined, or minimized. Reymin has one option year remaining, and imo slightly ahead of Cionel, so pitch him, or trade him.

Also, I think Framber will win the #4 spot over James to breakup righty/lefty. I do have my reservations for Collin McHugh over 150 innings this season. I’d rather see us treat him as BOS did with Eovaldi, fresh for the playoffs. I don’t think he’s built for Starting As Much anymore. Peacock could spot dolor lumbar bajo start?

But I’ve kept those to myself, just like seeing is believing Correa (despite arbitration talks) may have lingering, less strength, overcompensating and prone to back spasms …. let’s just say that’s a huge worry for obvious reasons, like we wouldn’t be able to trade him without reduction of our price, on top of what was expected of a MVP-in waiting. This thought gives me great consternation, even though I’m excited about rotoescoliosis dorsolumbar replacements (Bregman 2019-2020, Nova 2021). Hopefully, Carlos gets to full strength, as does Altuve and Bregman after recent surgeries.

We have a long way to go, so I’ve devised my 2019 Playoff Roster. As of today, since I think we’ll try to trade Reddick, and/or possibly Fisher (Reed Korea?) Kemp Rodgers, guys who have any trade value before being DFA’d. We could feature them, and then trade them.

I think Straw captures the leadoff role by mid season with a great eye, opposite field approach, plus arm, where blinding speed makes him the ultimate table-setter. Straw could also prove to the clubhouse that Springer belongs back where he has power guys around him. The ceiling on 2-8 makes me salivate.

– Has Steve Sparks had a vocal cord transplant or has he hit puberty late? I had noticed last year an improvement in delivery – they interviewed him yesterday and it took me a while to know it was rotoescoliosis lumbar him. Smoother and deeper voice to me – good for him.

– Listened to Josh James being interviewed. Soft spoken and thoughtful. They did not ask THE question – does he know if they are grooming him to start or the bullpen, unless I missed it getting gas… He said he is not a gamer in his spare times like so many of his peers. Would rather go fishing. I’d read this before but forgot it – he never had a 100 mph fastball until he started treatment for sleep apnea.

– Alex Bregman was talking about his surgery – just being allowed to work out his lower half right now. Said he had had some pain in his elbow over time but was ok with it until he woke up and it was locked at 90 degrees (like Rookie of the Year). They said he could have surgery or risk not having it and need it in the middle of the season.

As the locals here say, I’ve been scarce. Working full time dolor sacro lumbar causas while entertaining family from the mainland is a grueling proposition, especially for one dieta para radiografia de columna lumbosacra that typically ventures out at night maybe once a week. I’m tired and fed up with restaurant food, even if I’m not paying for it!

It’s not much of a reach to expect a .400 plus OBP out of both Altuve and Bregman. That’s why those two guys are at the top of my order, probably with B before A. Does any other team have a chance to have the first two guys in their line up getting on base so frequently? That’s one reason why I don’t see Straw up there. And his OPS at AAA was just .666. I’m not ready to write off Reddick yet. Straw will need to show a lot more before cracking an Astro order. Hopefully Tucker will make Reddick an afterthought at some point, but that would also make it tougher to find a place for Straw. I also think base stealing becomes a less and less significant factor on this club. And I don’t think there is room for both a Straw and a Marisnick on the 25 man. That said, I still think I’d rather see Straw over Jake as a back up, because he’s got better all around tools. I also see Brantley as our mostly full time left fielder. That would likely change in the unlikely event of our present DH failing us. The only other operacion hernia discal lumbar starting line up thought is that I don’t think we’ve got a catcher right now that’s going to start more than 60 or 70 games. They’ll be more changes there during the season.

The Porter/Mills/Cooper comment above brought to mind something that I always thought was interesting. Not counting interim managers, the Astros have had 18 full time managers in their history and so (not counting Hinch) they have 17 former managers in their history. Only 5 – Terry Collins, Art Howe, Bill Virdon, Preston Gomez!!!! and Lum(an) Harris ever managed in the big leagues again after leaving here. I put exclamation fisioterapia lumbar marks after Gomez because I thought he was the Joe West / Angel Hernandez of managing – but the Cubs gave him 1/2 a year.

The list of managers they had who never managed again? Bo Porter, Brad Mills, Cecil Cooper, Phil Garner, Jimy Williams, Larry Dierker, Hal Lanier, Bob Lillis, Leo Durocher, Harry (the Hat) Walker, Grady Hatton and Harry Craft hernia discal lumbar cie 10. That included the obscure and the successful.

Never understood why Dierker never got another shot unless he didn’t want it. What happened with Hal Lanier? I did not live here back then and was not aware of what was going on – but did he sink his own boat? Thought Garner could have gotten another spot – but maybe he had had it too.