The Astros are so bad, that they should be called the Disatros.
The Creation of Astrodome
Hiring of Sig Mejdal
The Astros were the worst baseball team in a half century. They were ran by intelligent and previously successful executives but they just kept on losing. The executives had a plan that would help them win the championship and the author wants to find out.
Jeff Luhnow gets Hired by Astros
Roy Hofheinz builds the Astrodome, turning a 260-acre swamp into what would be known as the Eighth Wonder of the World.
Sig Mejdal, a former NASA engineer was hired by Jeff Luhnow the Vice President of Baseball Development of the St. Louis Cardinals to analyze and use the data to determine the best player that they should choose during the draft pick
On December 7, 2011 Jim Crane hired Jeff Luhnow to the Astros during Baseball's annual Winter Meetings which was held in Dallas that year.
In 2012, the Astros drafted Carlos Correa, in 2014 George Springer made his first with the Astros, Dallas Keuchel made his debut in 2012, and José Altuve made his debut with the Astros in 2011
In late June, Houston Astros' Trade Talks were Leaked. It wasn't until next summer that the feds had discovered where the hack had originated from. It was from a house in Jupiter, Florida that was used by Chris Correa the Scouting Director of the Cardinals.