The Houston Astros made a few big-time trades earlier in the summer in order to solidify their roster for a second-half postseason run, but things haven't gone perfectly.
Lefty Scott Kazmir has had a difficult month or so after getting off to a strong start with his new club, while outfielder Carlos Gomez has been both plagued by injuries and mostly ineffective when able to play. Right-hander Mike Fiers, however, has been a solid addition to the Astros' staff (in addition to throwing a no-hitter).
Even though all of the team's splashy trades haven't exactly panned out as ideally as the team probably hoped they would, GM Jeff Luhnow told Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle that he doesn't have any regrets.
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