Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Good. No one seems to think this trade will happen.

At least not with the Astros. Rangers.com's T.R. Sullivan breaks down the chance of the Rangers trading Michael Young. On the Astros?

Word is the Astros aren't interested in trading outfielder Carlos Lee, who is owed $37 million over the next two years, for Young. Lee is 34 and can still hit, but needs to be a full-time designated hitter. But right now the Astros don't seem inclined to make the swap, and they are not going to give up young players while they are in a rebuilding mode.

1 comment:

Steve said...

I wouldn't mind having Michael Young at 3B and Chris Johnson at LF. That will certainly improve Astros' defense.