Houston Astros

0-7 The Season So Far

ST. LOUIS, MO - APRIL 12: Fans wait in their seats prior to the St. Louis Cardinals playing against the Houston Astros in the home opener at Busch Stadium on April 12, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
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Joshua ReeseContributor IApril 14, 2010

We have played 7 games and have yet to win a game, so far we are the worst team in baseball.  7 games in has netted us 13 total runs, and a .223 batting average the worst in baseball by far. The San Diego Padres in the 4 and 5 innings yesterday scored as many runs as the Astros have all season 13. We all knew they were not going to have a good season, but a 0-7 start. Could we be the New Jersey Nets of this year? Could this be the worst Astros season ever? How long will this last? You may ask how can we be 0-7 while spending more then half of the league.  We spend money very, very badly we gave a multi year deal to Kaz Matsui, Pedro Feliz, and Brandon Lyon that’s just recently. Do you remember Woody Williams more bad deals… Is there hope anytime soon? Not likely, it may be early April but it is time to demand to the Astros top brass, deal everyone the fans will accept rebuilding just admit it. No more stop gaps or trying to plug the holes it didn’t work last year and it is not this year. Trade Oswalt, trade Lee, trade Feliz, and bring Jason Castro to the big team. Its time bring the rebuilding on!!

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