Here's what you need to know from over the weekend:
Brad Mills' interview with the Visalia Times-Delta:
"We're not there yet. This organization isn't in that spot yet. We're going through a process of getting better and refurbishing our ball club and helping out our major league team. But, we're not there right now. That's not a bad thing. It's really a good thing."
“If you’ve got everybody understanding what you’re trying to do and how you want to run things, they’ll either get in line or they won’t be on the team. That’s the way we’re going to run it here. I think that message was loud and clear. There will be consistency and unity — we want the players supporting the coaches and the coaches supporting the players — and we’ll stay very focused on that.”
“I’ll tell you what, I want to stay healthy and go out there and do my best. I can’t put any pressure. I don’t even know if I’m going to keep playing or not, so I’m just going to go out there and do my job and help the team that I’m on right now to win as many games as we can.”
The Astros are leaning towards a uni change next year, Chris Johnson has been trying out some first base, and Brad Mills looks at last year's record as "a big stick sitting in your rear end."