A Houston Astros superstar is viewed as top trade

Superstar Houston Astros Considered For Trade

One of the top ten players to be traded at the MLB trade deadline is a standout player for the Houston Astros.
The Houston Astros’ difficulties don’t seem to be getting better. With a record of 12-22 and a 5-5 record over their previous ten games, the Astros have quickly fallen behind seven games in the American League West.

It’s reasonable to believe that they’ll figure it out, considering what this core has accomplished for the most of the previous ten years. But at some point, after over 35 games this season, something has to improve.

July is coming faster than it seems, and the front office in Houston has some difficult choices to make.
July is coming faster than it seems, and the front office in Houston has some difficult choices to make.
Will Justin Verlander, Alex Bregman, or anybody else be moved? Moving certain players now makes sense if they don’t want to have them around in the long run. Competing teams would be enamored with several Astros players for a variety of reasons.

Tim Kelly of Just Baseball examined the top 10 possibilities who could be traded during the trade deadline and ranked Bregman as the second choice. Over the weekend, Luis Arraez, his top option, was traded to the San Diego Padres.

Bregman is a two-time All-Star, two-time World Series winner, and Silver Slugger who was selected by Houston in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft. He will become a free agent at the end of the current campaign, despite being a major factor in the team’s recent success.
Remember that he is cutting.202/.284/.269 with just one home run, thus it would be wise to move the newly turned 30-year-old.

The sight of an Astros squad sans Bregman would be intriguing. He’s one of the originals, but business is business, as the fan base witnessed with George Springer and Carlos Correa. Should this club not be one that challenges for a World Series and they refuse to give him payment at the end of theĀ  year, it’d be a horrible decision by the front office to let him walk for nothing.


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