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Last season, fans were ready for the worst going in. 2014 had been an ugly season for the team. Most fans thought they still had a good deal of work ahead of them. However, they did not predict the impact that new players like Luke, Pat, and Jed would have. Their past years of play were a huge boon to the young squad. They roused rookies such as Carlos and Lance. They also helped push all-star players to new heights . The season did have some failures. Losing the division to the Rangers wasn't fun. However, there were also plenty of highs. Shutting out the Yankees in the wild card series had to have felt good.
Things looked grim going into 2015. Fans however, were keen to see more coming out of it . Houston had built their team faster than any could have thought. Now all eyes were on the team to find the edge needed to take home a title. Houston followed this notion fully, making bold and risky moves in their attempt to build a winning team. The move leaving the most fans uneasy was giving five pitchers to Philly. This includes Vincent and Brett, who were thought to be starting for Philly. However, they did get Ken Giles. His powerful arm makes for an excellent closer that provides extra depth to Houston's bullpen. They also acquired Carlos Gomez. His superb batting is only matched by his fielding. But is it enough for this season?
A month ago, any fan might have given up on Houston. The Astros were at an all time low. Their newest players were sucking. Their stars were even worse. The rookies were just plain awful. But lucky for Houston fans its June now. In just a month the team has pulled one of the fastest and best 180's in baseball history. It's not like any major moves were made either. The entire team just decided to start playing like winners. They pulled from last to second, passing Seattle and Oakland. Houston looks like strong playoff contender. However, can they keep their success going?