Houston, one of Brett Myers' original suitors once he hit the open market in November, had reportedly been competing against Texas for his services. The 29-year-old right-hander rejoins former Phillies GM Ed Wade and a host of other ex-Phils, including Jason Michaels, Michael Bourn and Pedro Feliz. The deal is reportedly for one year at $5 million, according to a source for the Associated Press. Myers finished his Phillies career with a 73-63 record and a 4.40 ERA (99 ERA+) over eight seasons, both as a starter and reliever. He's likely to start in Houston, as the Astros have already taken measures to improve their bullpen through free agency. Myers becomes the second ex-Phils pitcher to sign this week. Clay Condrey agreed to a one-year deal with Minnesota Wednesday. Beerleaguer: Great pic, isn't it? One more for the road [Audio] And one for good measure. [Video]. But here's the best of all [Video].