LaHawk, whose career has been given a jumpstart since coming to the Astros from New York last season, is willing to resign with the Astros this off-season, but he's not in a hurry. LaHawk:
"I'll just sit and wait. I'm not in a hurry, and they're probably not in a hurry, either. I'm not going anywhere. I'll be four hours away from here in Prosper, Texas. Chilling."
"I really and truly don't understand why he got let go by the Yankees, but their loss has been our gain. He's a true professional, and he goes about his business the right way. He's a true leader down in the bullpen, along with Valverde and Brocail. That what we need down there, stability and guys who have been there before."
Of the three (Valverde, Brocail, LaHawk), my money is on LaHawk returning and the other two hitting the road.