Alright Astros fans ... at 6-11 heading into Game 2 with Milwaukee on Tuesday, April 24, how do you think the boys are doing?
Astros shortstop Jed Lowrie, who ripped his first home run of the season at Miller Park in Milwaukee, and some players are producing runs.
But does the National League's youngest team have enough big names to make a winning statement, and does new Astros owner Jim Crane need to make a splash?
"Mr. Crane I would like to tell you that you really need to step it up in free agency," Carlos Arambula, a Lake Jackson, Texas, native said. "You don't see any big names in the Houston area just besides Carlos Lee, but honestly you have to get rid of him; bring in someone new."
"I'm pretty sure you [Crane] have the money," said Arambula.
"Pay the money. Pay the money to get the players," shouted an Astros fan nearby.
Is there anyone who believes the Astros organization is doing it the right way in building a base with its current players?
"I think that they're, you know, getting used to each other," said John Schroff, an Astros fan. "They're all new, they're all young. I think they have a pretty good chance."
"I think sometimes you can get all caught up in the big name thing. It's all about the team, it's not about one guy," said Schroff.
The Astros will have the first overall pick in this year draft, but even that won't be enough will it?