Multiple reports are confirming that free agent Pedro Feliz, who spent the last two seasons with the Phillies, will earn $4.5 million on a one-year deal to become the Astros new third baseman. Feliz would have earned $5 million had the Philllies entertained his 2010 option, but received a $500,000 buyout instead. So financially it evens out for Pete Happy. The 34-year-old posted a .694 OPS last season and hit just .167 in the postseason. If the financials are accurate, Ed Wade, once again, overpaid for an aging, marginal veteran, and I'm a little surprised by how much teams have been spending here in the early going.