Breaking from Evan Drellich at the Chronicle: Jonathan Singleton is set to be promoted from OKC to Houston for tomorrow night's game against the Angels.
And more from Jeff Passan: There's a long-term contract involved, worth up to $35 million. Five years, $10 million guaranteed, with three team options.
Further contract details from Jerry Crasnick: Singleton gets $9.5 million guaranteed over the first five years, with a $500K buyout. The three option years are worth an additional $20 million guaranteed, with up to $5 million in incentives.
You can read Passan's complete article here. Notable quote: "The Singleton contract is the first ever long-term extension for a player with zero major league service time."
No official word yet from the Astros on the promotion, or on a corresponding roster move. But if I'm Marc Krauss or Jesus Guzman, obviously I'm very nervous right now...