Here is an article that talks a little bit about the prospects TB got.
ST. PETERSBURG -- The Tampa Bay Devil Rays have acquired a pair of Minor League prospects, right-handed pitcher Mitch Talbot and switch-hitting shortstop Ben Zobrist, from the Houston Astros in exchange for third baseman Aubrey Huff and cash, it was announced on Wednesday. Talbot and Zobrist will report to Double-A Montgomery.
Talbot, 22, appeared in 18 games, making 17 starts, with Corpus Christi of the Double-A Texas League this season, going 6-4 with a team-best 3.39 ERA, eighth lowest in the league. He walked just 29 batters while striking out 98, the third most in the league, including a club-record 12 strikeouts June 22 against Arkansas (Angels). He owns a record of 28-29 and a 3.79 ERA in his four-year professional career holding opponents to a .262 batting average.
Talbot was originally selected by the Astros in the second round (70th overall) of the 2002 June Draft. Baseball America tabbed him as having the best changeup in the Houston organization following last season.
Zobrist, 25, was batting .328 with a team-high 25 doubles and a league-best six triples in 82 games for Corpus Christi this season. Named the Texas League's South Division All-Star starting shortstop, his average ranks second in the league while his 102 hits are fourth most. He also ranks second in the league with a .435 on-base percentage while leading the circuit with 55 walks.
Originally selected by Houston in the sixth round of the 2004 June Draft, Zobrist was named the New York-Penn League's Rookie of the Year in 2004 with Class A Tri-City and was the starting shortstop for Team USA at last year's World Cup in the Netherlands.
Huff, 29, batted .283 with 8 home runs and 28 RBI this season for the Rays. He is the Rays' all-time career leader in games (798), AB's (3,016), runs (399), hits (868), doubles (173), home runs (128), extra-base hits (307) and RBI (449). He is the only Ray to hit 20 or more home runs in four seasons and is one of five left-handed hitters in the Majors to average 100 or more RBIs the past three seasons, joining David Ortiz, Carlos Delgado, Hideki Matsui and Bobby Abreu. A fifth-round draft pick by the Rays in 1998, Huff has played in 631 of 697 Rays games since his permanent arrival May 28, 2002, including a club-record 398 consecutive games.
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