Manager, Chuck Greenkey, Pitching Coach – Complete swing

November 4, 2021

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The Houston Astros 2021 was a resounding success. They won the West Division Pennant and the American League Pennant for the third time in five years (2017, 2019 and 2021). After falling in the Fall Classic with the Atlanta Braves in six games, the season is not crowned with the World Series. Two days after the end of the postseason, news about what the company will look like in 2022 is starting to highlight.

Zach Greenkey

Zach Greenkey Kendall Graveman (relief pitcher), Justin Verlander (he has not pitched for two seasons), and Carlos Correa (opening shortstop) were one of the main free agents who came out of the Astros.

Right-wingers who recently turned 38 (October 21) will not continue sideways for the next campaign. The senior wants to continue to bang on the majors for the National League team. He had two wins in the last World Series, one of which was a pinch hit in Game 5 in Atlanta.

Granke arrived in Houston in the 2019 deadline from the Arizona Diamond Box as part of a business including Josh Rojas. In Texas ownership he was 22-10 (GP) with 300.2 innings pitch and 3.89 ERA (FIP 3.99).

Dusty Baker

The current Astros manager will soon sign a contract for the 2022 season.. The long-time strategist made his American League debut with the Houston team in 2020 after AJ Hinch, who won the owner’s only World Series with the Stealing Sign scandal, was sacked.

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Baker has 124 wins and 98 defeats under Houston between 2020 and 2021. Last season he won the American League and divisional penalties.

Pitch coach

Astros pitching coach Brent Storm will retire after this season.

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