The Astros’ ‘Next Big Thing’ is back; Are baseball brawls becoming passé?

The Astros’ ‘Next Big Thing’ is back; Are baseball brawls becoming passé?

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We’re Astros-heavy today, between Jon Singleton’s chance to shine and Kyle Tucker’s gear change. We also have an update on the Braves rotation, and … are we in a kinder, gentler era of baseball? I’m Levi Weaver; Ken Rosenthal is off this week, so welcome Astros beat writer Chandler Rome to The Windup!

There was a time when Jon Singleton was The Next Big Thing in Houston. Signed to a five-year deal before he even made his MLB debut in 2014, it all went…


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