Tucker posts 30-30 season

Houston Chronicle
Tucker posts 30-30 season
Tucker posts 30-30 season

Caption Close With a steal in the sixth inning of Saturday afternoon's game against the New Orleans Baby Cakes, Class AAA Round Rock Express outfielder Kyle Tucker, the Astros' top hitting prospect, became the fifth player in the 116-year history of the Pacific Coast League to record a 30-30 season. Tucker has 32 home runs in addition to his 30 steals. "He's put himself in a good position to be called up," Astros manager A.J. Hinch said. But Tucker will have to wait until rosters expand in September. Usually a player approaching those numbers is not in Class AAA long enough to accomplish the feat, but Houston's outfielders have been healthy this season, preventing a convenient chance to recall

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