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Wandy Fulton Rodríguez -51 LHP.
Wandy started with the Astros in 2005 posting a 10 -10 record and pitched in a World Series game as a rookie. He is 73 – 75 in his career with an ERA of 4.07 and 1004 strike-outs. He has pitched one shutout in 2009 and a complete game shutout in 2007.
Born January 18, 1979 in Santiago Rodriguez in the Dominican Republic.
As of the start of the 2012 season, Rodriguez is the only Astro remaining from the 2005 team that went to the World Series.
When he was scouted by the Astros in 1998, Rodriguez pretended his name was Eny Cabreja and that he was 17 years old. He had convinced a friend to let him borrow his identity. The real Cabreja was born on August 18, 1981 while Wandy was born on August 18, 1979. Wandy lived under the name Eny Cabreja until 2002, when he admitted to the Astros that he was really Wandy Fulton Rodriguez and that he was not really 21 but 23
David Stefan “Bud” Norris – 20 RHP
Born March 2, 1985 in Greenbrae, CA
Picked up in 2006 from Cal Poly College, Bud started with the Astros in 2009 and posted a 7 inning shut out and a win in his July debut game.
He has a 21-24 career record with a 4.33 ERA with 388 strike-outs.
Bud has earned one of the top 4 spots in the Astros starting rotation for 2012 and looks to build on his strong finish to the 2011 season.
“Bud” acquired his nickname when he was three years old. He was dining out with family and friends and after the waitress had taken the adults drink orders, she asked him what he wanted and he replied with the same drink that the others had ordered… a Bud. The name immediately stuck.
Brett Allen Myers – 39 RHP
Born August 17, 1980 in Jacksonville, FL
Brett played for the Philadelphia Phillies from 2002-2009. He signed with the Astros in 2010 and subsequently signed a 2 year extension with a club option in 2013.
He is 94-85 in his career with an ERA of 4.24 and 1326 strike-outs. As of the beginning of the 2012 season Brett will be the goto closing pitcher.
Batters should think twice about rushing the mound on Brett… 6’4” weighing in at 240 he was also an amateur boxer as a teen.
James Anthony Happ – 30 LHP
Born October 19, 1982 in Spring Valley, IL
Happ played college ball at Northwestern University and was picked up his senior year in 2004 by the Philadelphia Phillies and played from 2007-2010. He was brought to the Astros in 2010 as part of the Roy Oswalt trade. He is 25-24 in his career with an ERA of 4.00 and 354 strike-outs. Happ has earned one of the top 4 spots in the Astros starting rotation for 2012.
Lance hit RBI 1,000 & 1,001 on 6-25-9. This makes him the 3rd Astro to bat in over 1,000 runs. Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio are the other two "Killer B's" with over 1,000 RBIs.
You see Big Puma everywhere at the Astros games. It's certainly more flattering than Lance Berkman's previous nickname "Fat Elvis" and it was coined on a local radio talk show. Berkman's speed and hitting add to the Big Puma image. He's hitting almost .500 for May and hit an amazing .545 in a seventeen game hitting streak. His .385 for the season is 2nd only Chipper Jones.
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Craig Biggio's number is now retired. Roger Clemens' number won't be retired since he was only with the Astros 3 years.
The Astros are out to take another shot at the National League Central title. The Astros bid farewell to Texas Baseball Hall of Famer Craig Biggio. He's the only player to achieve 600 doubles, 250 homers, 3,000 hits and 400 steals.
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