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Brett AdcockEdit

Brett Adcock
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1995-08-28) August 28, 1995 (age 24)
Bay City, Michigan
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Brett Adcock (born August 28, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Adcock attended Bay City Western High School in Auburn, Michigan.[1] In 2013, as a senior, he pitched to a 12-0 record with a 0.58 ERA, striking out 124 batters in 72 innings pitched, earning the title of The Bay City Times Baseball Player of the Year.[2] Undrafted out of high school in the 2013 MLB draft, he enrolled at the University of Michigan where he played college baseball.

In 2014, as a freshman at Michigan, Adcock appeared in 26 games (making four starts) and compiled a 7-4 record with a 2.87 ERA, earning himself a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman Team.[3] As a sophomore in 2015, he pitched to a 10-4 record and a 3.10 ERA and was named to the All-Big Ten Third Team.[4] In 2016, his junior year, Adcock went 7-5 with a 3.22 ERA in 15 games (14 starts).[5] He was named to the All-Big Ten Second Team.[6] After his junior year, he was drafted by the Houston Astros in the fourth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft.[7]

Adcock signed for $430,000[8] and made his professional debut with the Tri-City ValleyCats, pitching only ​4 13 innings due to injury.[9][10] In 2017, he played with both the Quad Cities River Bandits and the Buies Creek Astros,[11] compiling a combined 5-4 record with a 3.93 ERA 25 games (18 starts) between the two teams. Adcock began 2018 with Buies Creek,[1] where he was named a Carolina League All-Star,[12] before being promoted to the Corpus Christi Hooks in July.[13] In 25 games (14 starts) with the two clubs, he went 9-5 with a 2.89 ERA and a 1.17 WHIP.[14]

Adock spent 2019 back with Corpus Christi, going 2-8 with a 6.90 ERA over 23 games (19 starts), striking out 87 over ​87 13 innings.

Jonathan ArauzEdit

Jonathan Arauz
Houston Astros
Shortstop
Born: (1998-08-03) August 3, 1998 (age 21)
Alanje, Panama
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jonathan Aldair Arauz (born August 3, 1998) is a Panamanian professional baseball shortstop in the Houston Astros organization.

Arauz signed with the Philadelphia Phillies as an international free agent on August 7, 2014.[15] He played for the GCL Phillies in 2015, hitting .254/.309/.370/.679 with 2 home runs and 18 RBI.[16]

On December 12, 2015, the Phillies traded Arauz and Ken Giles to the Houston Astros in exchange for Brett Oberholtzer, Harold Arauz, Mark Appel, Tom Eshelman, and Vince Velasquez.[17]

Arauz played for the Greeneville Astros in 2016, hitting .249/.323/.338/.661 with 2 home runs and 18 RBI. Arauz was suspended for 50 games at the beginning of the 2017 season, after testing positive for Methamphetamine.[18] He split the 2017 season between the Tri City ValleyCats and the Quad Cities River Bandits, hitting a combined .242/.336/.319/.655 with 1 home run and 15 RBI. He split the 2018 season between Ouad Cities and the Buies Creek Astros, hitting a combined .229/.305/.373/.678 with 8 home runs and 47 RBI.[19] Arauz split the 2019 season between the Fayetteville Woodpeckers and the Corpus Christi Hooks, combining to hit .249/.319/.388/.707 with 11 home runs and 55 RBI.[20][21][22]

Brandon BielakEdit

Brandon Bielak
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1996-04-02) April 2, 1996 (age 23)
Edison, New Jersey
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Brandon Michael Bielak (born April 2, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Bielak attended and played baseball at St. Joseph High School in Metuchen, New Jersey. In 2014, as a senior, he pitched to an 8-1 record with a 0.58 ERA, striking out 87 batters in 60.2 innings pitched.[23] Undrafted out of high school in the 2014 MLB draft, he enrolled at the University of Notre Dame where he played college baseball for the Fighting Irish. In 2015, as a freshman, he was 6-3 with a 3.55 ERA in 17 games (14 starts),[24] in 2016, as a sophomore, he compiled a 3-2 record and a 2.10 ERA in 15 games (four starts),[25] and in 2017, as a junior, he was 2-6 with a 5.55 ERA in 15 games (14 starts).[26] After his junior year, he was selected by the Houston Astros in the 11th round of the 2017 MLB draft.[27]

Bielak signed with Houston and made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Astros. After two scoreless appearances, he was promoted to the Tri-City ValleyCats where he finished the season with a 1-1 record and a 0.92 ERA in eight games (four starts).[28] He began 2018 with the Buies Creek Astros and was named a Carolina League All-Star;[29] he was promoted to the Corpus Christi Hooks in June.[30] In 25 games (17 starts) between the two clubs, he went 7-8 with a 2.23 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP.[31] He returned to Corpus Christi to begin 2019 and was promoted to the Round Rock Express in May. Over 23 games (twenty starts), Bielak went 11-4 with a 4.22 ERA, striking out 119 over ​121 23 innings.

Kent EmanuelEdit

Kent Emanuel
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1992-06-04) June 4, 1992 (age 27)
Woodstock, Georgia
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Kent Jeffrey Emanuel (born June 4, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Houston Astros organization.

Emanuel attended Woodstock High School in Woodstock, Georgia. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 19th round of the 2010 MLB draft, but did not sign.[32] Emanuel attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and played college baseball for the North Carolina Tar Heels. In 2013, Emanuel was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Pitcher of the Year.[33]

The Houston Astros selected Emanuel in the third round, with the 74th overall selection, of the 2013 MLB draft.[34] He pitched 9 scoreless innings for the GCL Astros in 2013. He split the 2014 season between the Quad Cities River Bandits and the Lancaster Jethawks, going a combined 9–7 with a 4.21 ERA over 124 innings. He spent the 2015 season with the Corpus Christi Hooks, going 1–1 with a 3.68 ERA over ​14 23 innings. He returned to Corpus Christi in 2016, going 6–4 with a 5.23 ERA over ​82 23 innings. He split the 2017 season between Corpus Christi and the Fresno Grizzlies, going a combined 6–7 with a 5.72 ERA over 116 innings. He spent the 2018 season with Fresno, going 5–4 with a 5.59 ERA over ​83 23 innings. Emanuel spent the 2019 season with the Round Rock Express of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League, going 8–2 with a 3.90 ERA over ​101 23 innings.[35]

Emanuel was added to the Houston 40-man roster on November 4, 2019.[36]

Drew FergusonEdit

Drew Ferguson
Houston Astros
Outfielder
Born: (1992-08-03) August 3, 1992 (age 27)
Knoxville, Tennessee
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Andrew Thomas Ferguson (born August 3, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Houston Astros organization.

Ferguson attended the Knoxville Catholic High School in Knoxville, Tennessee and played college baseball at Belmont University as a walk-on.[37] He was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 19th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.[38]

Ferguson spent his first professional season with the Tri-City ValleyCats and Quad Cities River Bandits, compiling a combined .297 batting average with four home runs and 27 RBIs in 61 games. He played for the Lancaster JetHawks and Corpus Christi Hooks in 2016, slashing .315/.408/.542 with 17 home runs and 76 RBIs in 105 games, and he played with Corpus Christi (earning Texas League All-Star honors) and the Fresno Grizzlies in 2017 where he posted a combined .275 batting average with nine home runs and 41 RBIS in 113 games,[39] He spent the 2018 season with Fresno,[40] batting .305 with four home runs and 29 RBIs in 65 games.[41]

Ferguson was selected by the San Francisco Giants in the 2018 Rule 5 draft, and was returned to the Astros organization on March 22, 2019.[42] He spent 2019 with the Round Rock Express. Over 115 games, he slashed .281/.395/.440 with 11 home runs, 57 RBIs, and 27 stolen bases.

Tyler IveyEdit

Tyler Ivey
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1996-05-12) May 12, 1996 (age 23)
Rowlett, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Tyler Cade Ivey (born May 12, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Ivey attended Rockwall-Heath High School in Heath, Texas.[43] As a freshman, he was on the 2012 4-A State Champion Rockwall-Heath baseball team that also included future major league pitcher Jake Thompson.[44] Ivey was undrafted out of high school in 2015 and enrolled at Texas A&M University to play college baseball for the Aggies.[45] He posted a 2–3 record with a 3.56 ERA in 43 innings over 11 games during the 2016 season.[46] During that season, he was involved in an incident that almost caused a post-game brawl vs. the University of Texas, when he taunted the UT dugout with a horns down gesture.[47] Ivey transferred to Grayson County College in Denison, Texas for his sophomore season of 2017.[48] With Grayson, Ivey posted a 9–0 record with a 2.08 ERA in 78 innings over 12 games.[49] Ivey was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 3rd round, with the 91st overall selection, of the 2017 MLB draft and signed with them for a $450,000 signing bonus.[50][51]

Ivey split the 2017 season between the Gulf Coast League Astros and the Tri City ValleyCats of the Class A Short Season New York–Penn League, posting a combined 0–3 record with a 5.63 ERA in 38 innings.[52] He split the 2018 season between the Quad Cities River Bandits of the Class A Midwest League and the Buies Creek Astros of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League, posting a combined 4–6 record with a 2.97 ERA and 135 strikeouts over 112 innings.[53] He split the 2019 season between the GCL Astros, Fayetteville Woodpeckers, and Corpus Christi Hooks of the Class AA Texas League, going a combined 4–0 with a 1.38 ERA and 68 strikeouts over 52 innings.[54][55]

Cristian JavierEdit

Cristian Javier
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1997-03-26) March 26, 1997 (age 22)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Cristian Javier (born March 26, 1997) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Javier signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent in March 2015.[56]

He spent his first professional season with the Dominican Summer League Astros, going 4–0 with a 2.13 ERA over ​42 13 innings. He played 2016 with the Gulf Coast Astros and Greeneville Astros, pitching to a 4–2 record and 2.29 ERA with 66 strikeouts in 51 innings, and 2017 with the Tri-City ValleyCats, Quad Cities River Bandits and Buies Creek Astros, compiling a 3–0 record and 2.25 ERA in 14 games (nine starts). He pitched in 2018 with Quad Cities and Buies Creek, going 7–6 with a 2.70 ERA with 146 strikeouts over 110 innings.[57][58] He opened the 2019 season with the Fayetteville Woodpeckers before being promoted to the Corpus Christi Hooks on May 15.[59] He was promoted to the Round Rock Express on August 23.[60][61] Over 26 games (18 starts) with the three clubs, Javier went 8-3 with a 1.74 ERA, striking out 170 over ​113 23 innings.

Javier was added to the Astros 40–man roster following the 2019 season.[62]

Taylor JonesEdit

Taylor Jones
Houston Astros
First baseman / Outfielder
Born: (1993-12-06) December 6, 1993 (age 25)
Kent, Washington
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Taylor Michael Jones (born December 6, 1993) is a Canadian professional baseball first baseman and outfielder in the Houston Astros organization.

Jones attended Kentwood High School in Covington, Washington, where he played basketball and baseball.[63] In 2012, his senior year, he led them to a 4A baseball state championship.[64] Undrafted in the 2012 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at Gonzaga University where he played college baseball.

In 2013, as a freshman at Gonzaga, Jones pitched to a 5.29 ERA over 17 innings while batting .233 in 28 games. As a sophomore in 2014, he went 4-3 with a 4.71 ERA over 14 starts along with hitting .211 with one home run in 29 games. In 2015, his junior year, he began focusing strictly on hitting and play first base.[65] Over 44 games, he hit .358 with five home runs and thirty RBIs[66] and was named to the All-WCC First Team.[67] After the season, he was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 35th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft, but he did not sign.[68] As a senior in 2016, he played in 56 games, slashing .332/.399/.509 with two home runs and 36 RBIs, earning All-WCC Second Team honors.[69] Following the season, he was selected by the Houston Astros in the 19th round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft.

Jones signed with Houston and made his professional debut with the Tri-City ValleyCats, hitting .252 with eight home runs and 38 RBIs over seventy games while earning New York-Penn League All-Star honors.[70] In 2017, he split time between the Quad Cities River Bandits and the Buies Creek Astros, batting .222 with seven home runs and 45 RBIs over 105 games.[71] He began 2018 with the Corpus Christi Hooks, earning Texas League All-Star honors,[72][73][74] before being promoted to the Fresno Grizzlies.[75] Over 123 games between the two clubs, he slashed .281/.374/.480 with 18 home runs and eighty RBIs.[76] Jones spent 2019 with the Round Rock Express, batting .291/.388/.501 with 22 home runs and 84 RBIs over 125 games.

Jones was added to the Astros 40–man roster following the 2019 season.[77]

Brendan McCurryEdit

Brendan McCurry
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1992-01-07) January 7, 1992 (age 27)
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Brendan Scott McCurry (born January 7, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

McCurry played college baseball at Howard College and Oklahoma State University. McCurry was an infielder at Howard before transitioning into a pitcher at Oklahoma State.[78] At Oklahoma State he set a school record with 27 career saves.[79]

McCurry was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 22nd round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft. During his first professional season, he spent time with the Arizona League Athletics, Beloit Snappers and Stockton Ports, posting a combined 2-0 record with a 0.31 ERA in ​28 23 innings between the three teams. McCurry spent 2015 with both the Stockton Ports and the Midland RockHounds where he posted a 1-3 record with a 1.86 ERA, striking out 82 batters over 63 relief innings.[80][81]

On November 25, 2015, McCurry was traded from the Athletics to the Houston Astros for Jed Lowrie. He began 2016 with the Corpus Christi Hooks before being promoted to the Fresno Grizzlies. He finished 2016 with a 3-5 record and a 3.07 ERA over 56 relief appearances.[82] On December 22, 2016, McCurry was suspended for 50 games after testing positive for methamphetamine.[83] After his suspension, he returned to Fresno, going 4-2 with a 4.43 ERA in 35 appearances in relief.[84] In 2018, McCurry once again returned to the Grizzlies, pitching to a 6-7 record with a 3.69 ERA in 46 relief appearances.[85] He spent 2019 with the Round Rock Express, pitching to a 3-5 record with a 4.23 ERA over ​55 13 innings, striking out 68.

Alex McKennaEdit

Alex McKenna
Houston Astros
Outfielder
Born: (1997-09-06) September 6, 1997 (age 22)
Lancaster, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Alexander McKenna (born September 6, 1997) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Houston Astros organization.

McKenna attended Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California, where he played football, basketball, and baseball. In 2015, as a senior, he batted .402.[86] He was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 38th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft, but did not sign, instead choosing to attend California Polytechnic State University where he played college baseball for the Cal Poly Mustangs.[87]

As a freshman at Cal Poly in 2016, McKenna batted .261 with six home runs in 45 games.[88] In 2017, as a sophomore, he started all 56 of Cal Poly's games and compiled a .360 batting average with five home runs, 31 RBIs, 13 steals, 45 runs scored, 11 doubles, and two triples.[89] He was named to the All-Big West First Team after the season.[90] That summer he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Yarmouth–Dennis Red Sox where he batted .298 with nine doubles, 16 RBIs, and seven stolen bases in 124 at-bats.[91] In 2018, as a junior, McKenna batted .339[92] with five home runs, 31 RBIs, and a .930 OPS in 57 games. He was named the 2018 Big West Field Player of the Year[93] along with being named to the All-Big West First Team for the second straight year.[94]

McKenna was drafted in the fourth round by the Houston Astros in the 2018 Major League Baseball draft,[95] and he signed for $432,500.[96] He made his professional debut that year for the Tri-City ValleyCats[97] and was named a New York-Penn League All-Star.[98] He was promoted to the Quad Cities River Bandits in August. In 44 games between Tri-City and Quad Cities, McKenna hit .311/.394/.512 with seven home runs and 28 RBIs.[99] In 2019, McKenna returned to Quad Cities, but played in only 65 games due to injury; over those games, he batted .252/.327/.303 with one home run and twenty RBIs.

Enoli ParedesEdit

Enoli Paredes
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1995-09-28) September 28, 1995 (age 24)
El Limón, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Enoli Norverto Paredes (born September 28, 1995) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Paredes signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent in 2014. He made his professional debut with the GCL Astros in 2016, going 1–3 with a 3.74 ERA over ​33 23 innings.[100] He appeared in 8 games for the Quad Cities River Bandits in 2017, going 1–3 with a 2.11 ERA over 38 innings.[101] He missed the second half of 2017 with an elbow injury.[101] He split the 2018 season between Quad Cities and the Buies Creek Astros, going a combined 6–4 with a 1.43 ERA over ​68 13 innings. He split the 2019 season between the Fayetteville Woodpeckers and the Corpus Christi Hooks, going a combined 5–4 with a 2.78 ERA over 94 innings.[102][103][104]

Paredes was added to the Astros 40–man roster following the 2019 season.[105]

Enoli's father, Johnny Paredes, played in MLB.[106][102]

Jeremy PeñaEdit

Jeremy Peña
Houston Astros
Shortstop
Born: (1997-09-22) September 22, 1997 (age 22)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jeremy Joan Peña (born September 22, 1997) is a Dominican-American professional baseball shortstop in the Houston Astros organization.

Peña was born and raised in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, before he and his family moved to Providence, Rhode Island, when he was nine yeras old.[107] He attended Classical High School in Providence, playing baseball and running track and cross country. In 2014, his junior year, he batted .352.[108] As a senior in 2015, he hit .390 with two home runs.[109] Following his senior year, he was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 39th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.[110] He did not sign and instead enrolled at the University of Maine where he played college baseball.

As a freshman at Maine in 2016, Peña started and played in 55 games, batting .283 with one home run, 15 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases,[111] earning a spot on the America East Conference All-Rookie Team.[112] That summer, he played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League with the Plymouth Pilgrims. In 2017, Peña's sophomore year, he started 54 games and hit .319 with six home runs and 32 RBIs.[113] Following the season, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League with the Chatham Anglers, earning All-Star honors.[114] In 2018, as a junior, he once again started 54 games, slashing .308/.393/.469 with five home runs, 28 RBIs, and ten stolen bases, earning American East Second-Team honors. After the season, he was drafted by the Houston Astros in the third round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.[115][116]

Peña signed with Houston and made his professional debut with the Tri-City ValleyCats, batting .250 with one home run and ten RBIs over 36 games, earning New York-Penn League All-Star honors.[117] In 2019, Peña began the year with the Quad Cities River Bandits, with whom he was named a Midwest League All-Star,[118] before being promoted to the Fayetteville Woodpeckers in June.[119][120] Over 109 games between the two teams, he slashed .303/.385/.440 with seven home runs, 54 RBIs, and twenty stolen bases. After the season, he played in the Arizona Fall League with the Peoria Javelinas.[121]

Peña's father, Gerónimo Peña, played in Major League Baseball.[122]

Nivaldo RodríguezEdit

Nivaldo Rodríguez
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1997-04-16) April 16, 1997 (age 22)
Naguanagua, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Nivaldo Apolinar Rodríguez (born April 16, 1997) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Rodríguez signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent on June 13, 2016.[123] He spent the 2016 season with the DSL Astros, going 1–0 with a 1.17 ERA over ​7 23 innings. He split the 2017 season between the DSL and the GCL Astros, going a combined 4–2 with a 2.05 ERA over 57 innings. he spent the 2018 season with the Tri City ValleyCats, going 4–1 with a 2.91 ERA over ​55 23 innings. He split the 2019 season between the Quad Cities River Bandits and the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, going a combined 6–6 with a 2.40 ERA over 105 innings.[124][125][126]

Rodríguez was added to the Astros 40–man roster after the 2019 season.[127]

Andre ScrubbEdit

Andre Scrubb
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1995-01-13) January 13, 1995 (age 24)
Woodbridge, Virginia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Andre Darrell Scrubb (born January 13, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Scrubb attended C. D. Hylton High School in Woodbridge, Virginia.[128] In 2013, his senior year, he pitched to a 6-2 record and a 1.57 ERA while batting .395.[129][130] Undrafted out of high school in the 2013 Major League Baseball draft, he enrolled at High Point University where he played college baseball.

In 2014, Scrubb's freshman season at High Point, he appeared in 14 games (12 starts), going 2-5 with a 5.22 ERA.[131] As a sophomore in 2015, he pitched in 19 games (making three starts) and went 6-1 with a 2.50 ERA, striking out 48 over 54 innings.[132] After the season, he played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Chatham Anglers.[133][134] In 2016, his junior year, he pitched to an 8-6 record and a 4.86 ERA over 14 starts. He struggled with command, walking 54 batters and throwing 15 wild pitches, but also striking out 94, in 74 innings.[135] After the season, Scrubb was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the eighth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft.[136]

Scrubb signed with the Dodgers and made his professional debut with the Arizona League Dodgers, pitching ​12 23 innings in which he compiled an ERA of 2.13. In 2017, he played for the Great Lakes Loons, posting a 6-2 record and a 1.74 ERA over ​51 23 relief innings.[137] In 2018, he returned to Great Lakes to begin the year[138][139][140] and was named a Midwest League All-Star.[141] He was promoted to the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in June and to the Tulsa Drillers in August. Over 38 relief appearances between the three clubs, Scrubb went 7-2 with a 2.86 ERA,[142] striking out 72 batters over 63 innings. Scrubb began the 2019 season with Tulsa, earning Texas League All-Star honors.[143]

On July 25, 2019, Scrubb was traded to the Houston Astros in exchange for Tyler White.[144][145][146] Houston assigned him to the Corpus Christi Hooks, with whom he finished the year. Over 41 appearances (two starts) between the two clubs, Scrubb went 6-1 with a 2.78 ERA, striking out 76 over ​64 23 innings.

Blake TaylorEdit

Blake Taylor
Houston Astros
Pitcher
Born: (1995-08-17) August 17, 1995 (age 24)
Orange, California
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Blake Michael Taylor (born August 17, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Houston Astros organization.

Taylor attended Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, California.[147] Taylor was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2nd round, with the 51st overall selection, of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft.[148]

Taylor spent his professional debut season of 2013 with the GCL Pirates, going 0–2 with a 2.57 ERA over 21 innings. On June 14, 2014, Taylor was traded to the New York Mets as the PTBNL in a trade that had also sent Zack Thornton to the Mets, in exchange for Ike Davis.[149] Taylor split the 2014 season between the GCL Mets and the Kingsport Mets, going a combined 4–1 with a 3.95 ERA over ​40 13 innings. He split the 2015 season between the GCL and the Brooklyn Cyclones, combining to go 0–0 with a 2.25 ERA over 12 innings. In 2016, he made five appearances for Kingsport, going 0–0 with a 4.15 ERA in ​8 23 innings. He spent the 2017 season with the Columbia Fireflies, going 1–9 with a 4.94 ERA over ​85 23 innings. He split the 2018 season between the St. Lucie Mets and the Las Vegas 51s, going a combined 3–8 with a 5.40 ERA over ​86 23 innings. He split the 2019 season between St. Lucie, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, and the Syracuse Mets, combining to go 2–3 with a 2.16 ERA over ​66 23 innings. Following the 2019 season, Taylor played for the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League.[150] On November 4, 2019, Taylor was added to the Mets 40-man roster.[151]

On December 5, 2019, Taylor and Kenedy Corona were traded to the Houston Astros in exchange for Jake Marisnick.[152]

Full Triple-A to Rookie League rostersEdit

Triple-AEdit

Round Rock Express roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

  • 19 Lorenzo Quintana
  •  6 Jamie Ritchie

Infielders

  •  9 Alex De Goti
  • -- Osvaldo Duarte
  • 14 Anibal Sierra
  • 21 Nick Tanielu

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

  • 15 Drew French (pitching)
  • 18 Ben Rosenthal (hitting)


  7-day injured list
* On Houston Astros 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated November 20, 2019
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Double-AEdit

Corpus Christi Hooks roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

Catchers

  •  7 Carlos Canelon
  • 15 Chuckie Robinson

Infielders

Outfielders

  • -- Carmen Benedetti
  •  9 Bryan De La Cruz
  •  3 Corey Julks
  • 11 Jacob Meyers


Manager

  • 22 Omar Lopez

Coaches

  • 35 Graham Johnson (pitching)
  •  4 Tim LaMonte (hitting)


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Class A-AdvancedEdit

Fayetteville Woodpeckers roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 10 Jacob Billingsley
  • 41 Riley Cabral
  • 44 Humberto Castellanos
  • 15 Yeremi Ceballos
  • 22 Cody Deason
  • 43 Shawn Dubin
  • 14 J.P. France
  • 31 Luis Garcia
  • 38 Austin Hansen
  • 27 Parker Mushinski
  • 13 Leovanny Rodriguez
  • 46 Cesar Rosado
  • 23 Abdiel Saldana
  • 22 Peter Solomon
  • 39 Jojanse Torres

Catchers

  • 21 Ruben Castro
  •  9 Scott Manea
  • 28 Michael Papierski

Infielders

  • 48 David Hensley
  •  2 Jeremy Peña
  • 45 Scott Schreiber
  •  3 Miguelangel Sierra
  • 36 Emmanuel Valdez

Outfielders

  • 30 Ross Adolph
  •  6 Marty Costes
  • 11 Cal Stevenson
  • 17 Chandler Taylor


Manager

  • 20 Nate Shaver

Coaches

  • 18 Jason Kanzler (hitting)
  • 26 Thomas Whitsett (pitching)


  7-day injured list
* On Houston Astros 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
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Roster updated November 20, 2019
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Class AEdit

Quad Cities River Bandits roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 22 Valente Bellozo
  • 26 Jonathan Bermudez
  • 28 Jose Bravo
  • -- Lupe Chavez
  • 41 Devin Conn
  • 19 Brett Daniels
  • 11 Luis De Paula
  • 36 R.J. Freure
  • 29 Garrett Gayle
  • 10 Joey Gonzalez
  • 43 Layne Henderson
  • 37 Juan Pablo Lopez
  • -- Mark Moclair
  • 13 Jose Alberto Rivera
  • 27 Matt Ruppenthal
  • -- Jairo Solis
  • 44 Felipe Tejada

Catchers

  • 16 Oscar Campos
  • 14 Alex Holderbach
  • 10 Cesar Salazar
  • 31 C.J. Stubbs

Infielders

  •  3 Trey Dawson
  • 35 Austin Dennis
  •  9 Grae Kessinger
  • 18 Freudis Nova
  • 15 Michael Wielansky

Outfielders

  • 21 Wilyer Abreu
  • 17 Carlos Machado
  •  4 Alex McKenna
  •  1 Ramiro Rodriguez


Manager

  • 12 Ray Hernandez

Coaches

  •  6 Erick Abreu (pitching)
  • -- Denton McNamee (coach)
  • 20 Rafael Pena (hitting)


  7-day injured list
* On Houston Astros 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
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Tri-City ValleyCats roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 26 Shea Berry
  • 43 Peyton Battenfield
  • 45 Hunter Brown
  • 15 Danny Cody
  • 21 Brayan De Paula
  • 24 Miguel Figueroa
  • 33 Ryan Gusto
  •  6 Blair Henley
  • 44 Michael Horrell
  • 32 Ernesto Jaquez
  • 17 Jairo Lopez
  • 14 Angel Macuare
  • 39 Cole McDonald
  • 11 Christian Mejias
  • 47 Peyton Plumlee
  • 30 Manny Ramirez
  • 37 Edgardo Sandoval
  •  3 Kyle Serrano
  • 48 Derek West

Catchers

Infielders

  • 38 Bryan Arias
  • -- Zach Biermann
  • 23 Deury Carrasco
  • -- AJ Lee
  •  2 Joe Perez
  •  4 Yeuris Ramirez
  •  7 Luis Santana
  •  4 Ronaldo Urdaneta

Outfielders

  • 34 Matthew Barefoot
  • 22 Jordan Brewer
  • -- Kenedy Corona
  •  8 Luis Guerrero
  • 12 James Nix
  • 31 Preston Pavlica
  •  5 Juan Ramirez
  • 36 E.P. Reese


Manager

  • 13 Ozney Guillen

Coaches

  •  9 Sean Godfrey (hitting)
  • 27 John Kovalik (pitching)


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Gulf Coast League Astros roster
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Pitchers

  • 44 Gerardo Bojorquez
  • 46 Chandler Casey
  • 14 Jervic Chavez
  • 27 Franny Cobos
  • 47 Kevin Dickey
  • 48 Whit Drennan
  • 52 Kevin Holcomb
  • 37 Alfredi Jimenez
  • 36 Fredy Medina
  • 38 Alex Palmer
  • 29 Jherson Pereira
  • 41 Julio Robaina
  • 55 Elian Rodriguez
  • -- Jayson Schroeder
  • 35 Misael Tamarez
  • 37 Diosmerky Taveras
  • 70 Heitor Tokar

Catchers

  •  6 Jose Alvarez
  •  8 Gerry Castillo
  • 56 Tyler Krabbe
  • 58 Nerio Rodriguez

Infielders

  • 22 Yorbin Ceuta
  • 10 Rolando Espinosa
  • 12 Dexter Jordan
  • 20 Victor Mascai
  • 13 Jose Mendoza
  •  3 Sean Mendoza

Outfielders

  • 15 Colin Barber
  • 23 Yefri Carrillo
  • 16 Abraham Castillo
  • 17 Yimmi Cortabarria
  • 18 Adonis Giron
  • 21 Franklin Pinto
  • 53 Rainier Rivas


Manager

  • 11 Wladimir Sutil

Coaches

  • 43 Jose Rada (pitching)
  •  4 Rene Rojas (hitting)


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Dominican Summer League Astros roster
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Pitchers

  • 38 Edinson Batista
  • 19 Daniel Bello
  • 54 Reimy Beltre
  • 66 Jose Betances
  • 66 Carlos Calderon
  • 44 Juan De Los Santos
  • 27 Marcos Eusebio
  • 30 Ronny Garcia
  • 47 Ricardo Leon
  • 64 Bryan Martinez
  • -- Jaime Melendez
  • 18 Cristofer Mezquita
  • 56 Jeremy Molero
  • 36 Jose Nodal
  • 73 Daniel Pacheco
  • 59 Miguel Padilla
  • 78 Johangel Ramirez
  • 29 Fabricio Reina
  • 82 Danny Subero
  • -- Luis Vega

Catchers

  •  4 Freddy Guilamo
  • 41 Carlos Hurtado
  • 43 Miguel Palma
  • 58 Ricardo Toro

Infielders

  • 16 Ricardo Balogh
  • 13 Cristian Gonzalez
  • 45 Sebastian Grullon
  •  2 Sebastian Gruillon
  •  9 Junior Marte
  • 15 Yohander Martinez
  • 48 Ayendy Ortiz

Outfielders

  • 31 Omar Diaz
  • -- Jairo Jose
  • 28 Jesus Liranzo
  • 21 Roilan Machandy
  • 20 Andres Monzon
  • 26 Frank Perez
  • 35 Tomas Ramirez


Manager

  • 56 Carlos Lugo

Coaches

  • -- Erik Acevedo (coach)
  • -- Rick Aponte (pitching)
  • -- Sean Aquino (coach)
  • -- Ernesto Irizarry (hitting)
  • -- Alejandro Martinez (coach)
  • -- Gerardo Olivares (pitching)
  • -- Luis Reynoso (coach)
  • -- Starlyng Sanchez (coach)


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