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Monday, February 25, 2013

Feb24: #MLB Spring Training 2013 - the answers to thehot topics of #Astros

#MLB Spring Training 2013 - the answers to thehot topics of #Astros
Feb 25th 2013, 13:08

Timothy De Block ‏@TimothyDeBlock TCB Writer Roundtable Spring Training 2013 - the answers to thehot topics of #Astros Spring Training. http://sbn.to/Yhes6f  Collapse   Reply   Retweet   Favorite  Buffer    More 1FAVORITE POP QUIZ HOT SHOT! - Bob Levey With the Astros about to start Spring Training games I decided to gather the writers of TCB for a little Q&A SHARE   TWEET Feel free to add your own answers to these questions in the comment section below. Lets get right into it: What player are you going to be paying particular attention to this Spring Training? Glenn (wgr56): While a lot of focus will be on the other corner infield spot, I'm going to be paying attention toMatt Dominguez over at third base. He's got some holes in his game, but he still feels like a fit to me at the hot corner, and I want to see if he can continue to develop and maybe start to show some plate discipline to go along with the good defense. If he could learn to take some walks, I think we'll have a more-than-serviceable player at third base. Clack: Josh Fields. And I'll expand that to everybody in the bullpen. Relief pitchers are so volatile that you never really know what you've got in the bullpen. The Astros are banking on a lot of guys without a lot of ML experience stepping up. I'm not expecting Fields to become a closer candidate, but it would be nice if he can be a reliable, hard throwing arm for the 6th and 7th inning. Anthony: Jarred Cosart. I'm still having a little bit of difficulty figuring him out, and I've begun to wonder if he's emotionally ready to be a big leaguer. There's still some question about whether he ends up a reliever or a starter, or whether he puts it all together at all, and every time he's faced with adversity, his reaction just seems a bit... "off." So I'm curious to see how he responds, now that he has...

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