Houston Astros Depth Chart 2020 Astros Depth Chart

24-24, 2nd in AL West

vs TEX

12:10 am GMT , 9/17

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The absence of Gerrit Cole will set them back a bit on the strong rotation, but Houston having Justin Verlander, Zack Greinke, and Lance McCullers returning is still going to keep their pitching numbers within the top half of the league. The Astros are still a stacked depth chart, with and without the banging trash cans coming from the dugout. Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, and Carlos Correa create one of the top infields in the game. Even Yuli Gurriel is an overlooked part of this team. Adding Michael Brantley gave them another big name, who is one of the better contact bats. George Springer is a big part of this organization, and is another name who was home grown. Kyle Tucker is a young and upcoming player, but it is not quite clear there will be regular playing time for him just yet. The only down spot on the depth chart is the catcher position.

Houston Astros Depth Chart

Shortstop SS
Abraham Toro-Hernandez A. Toro-Hernandez (3)
2nd Base 2B
Jack Mayfield J. Mayfield (2)
3rd Base 3B
Abraham Toro-Hernandez A. Toro-Hernandez (2)
Shortstop SS
Abraham Toro-Hernandez A. Toro-Hernandez (3)
2nd Base 2B
Jack Mayfield J. Mayfield (2)
3rd Base 3B
Abraham Toro-Hernandez A. Toro-Hernandez (2)
Position POS
Catcher C
1st Base 1B
2nd Base 2B
Shortstop SS
3rd Base 3B
Left Field LF
Center Field CF
Right Field RF
Rotation SP
Position
Catcher
1st Base
2nd Base
Shortstop
3rd Base
Left Field
Center Field
Right Field
Designated Hitter
Rotation
Bullpen