Paul Clemens is a tall, lanky, right-handed pitcher that came over from the Atlanta Braves system in the Michael Bourn trade. I rushed out to see Clemens make his debut as a starter for the Astros AA Corpus Christi Hooks. When Clemens started warming up, his mid-nineties fastball created a pop in the catchers mitt that resonated throughout San Antonio’s Wolff Stadium. He had my attention, to say the least. Clemens allowed only one unearned run in six innings on that night. He struck out Nick Hundley, twice. I began to wonder, how soon might this 23 year-old be wearing an Astros uniform, and what role would he undertake? I posed that question to our minor league experts over at Seedlings to Stars. Click on the page below to read their well-conceived and reassuring responses.
Paul Clemens; How does he fit into the Astros plans?
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