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Astros' James Hoyt: Will not break camp in majors
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hoyt (oblique) will remain in Florida following the conclusion of spring training, which will keep him off the Opening Day roster, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.

Prior to suffering a mild oblique strain, Hoyt had been fighting against Tony Sipp for a spot in Houston's bullpen. The club has yet to provide a timetable for Hoyt's return, but stated that he might be sidelined for the rest of camp. Expect Hoyt to begin the season at Triple-A Fresno once he's back up to speed.

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Astros' J.D. Davis: Awaits roster fate
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Davis and Tyler White will accompany the Astros back home to Houston next week for two exhibition games against the Brewers, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Davis and White are locked in a battle for the final roster spot, and a decision will be rendered following the conclusion of those two games. The spot is available because first baseman Yulieski Gurriel is recovering from a hand injury and will serve a five-game suspension upon his return. From a pure numbers standpoint, Davis (three HR, 1.019 OPS) has had the better spring, but White has more MLB experience on his resume. Either way, fantasy owners should understand this will be a temporary assignment, likely ending mid-to-late April, and the eventual winner will get limited plate appearances.

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Astros' Tyler White: Roster status determined next week
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

White and J.D. Davis will accompany the Astros back to Houston for two exhibition games next week against the Brewers before a final roster decision is rendered, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.

White and Davis are battling it out for the final spot on the 25-man roster, which is seen as a temporary assignment while first baseman Yulieski Gurriel recovers from a hand injury and serves a five-game suspension. Many writers covering the team report this like the winner will be Houston's starting first baseman for as long as Gurriel is sidelined, but we suspect Marwin Gonzalez will get most of the at-bats at first. If the Astros wanted a Gurriel replacement, they could have held onto A.J. Reed, a first baseman and designated hitter with power potential, but manager A.J. Hinch wants a player with some position versatility, a trait both White and Davis offer.

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Astros' Josh Reddick: Lumbers up against lefties
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Reddick went 3-for-3, including a home run and a triple off Washington left-hander Gio Gonzalez, in Wednesday's win over the Nationals.

Reddick was considered a platoon outfielder when he joined the Astros due to his career .218 batting average against left-handers, but hit .315 against southpaws in 2017. That resurgence has continued into spring training. Reddick's gone 6-for-11 with all four of his extra-base hits against lefties. He'll be the primary right fielder in 2018 and should approach 500 plate appearances.

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Astros' James Hoyt: Dealing with oblique strain
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hoyt is battling a minor oblique strain and could remain sidelined for the rest of spring training, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.

This injury will put Hoyt's Opening Day roster spot in jeopardy as the spring season begins to wind down. The team stated that he is "day-to-day" for the time being, but unless he's able to prove that he's healthy enough for the start of the regular season, fellow reliever Tony Sipp may win the final roster spot by default. In 2017, Hoyt logged a 4.38 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over 49.1 innings out of the bullpen.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGJose Altuve , 2B.346
HRGeorge Springer , CF34
RBIMarwin Gonzalez , LF90
OBPJose Altuve , 2B.410
SLGJose Altuve , 2B.547
RJose Altuve , 2B112
SBCameron Maybin , CF33
WJustin Verlander , SP15
ERAJustin Verlander , SP3.36
WHIPJustin Verlander , SP1.17
KJustin Verlander , SP219
SVKen Giles , RP34

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