Chat with Jeff Luhnow

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Jeff Luhnow
Luhnow holds degrees from Penn and Northwestern.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow stops by to chat about Houston earning the No. 1 spot in's organizational rankings.

Luhnow, @jluhnow, joined the Astros in 2011, and he has set about reshaping the entire organization. In his first season, Houston's minor league system posted the highest combined winning percentage among all 30 MLB organizations. Three of the seven teams made the playoffs, with one winning a championship. Prior to Luhnow's arrival, from 2010-11, the Astros' minor league teams had the worst combine winning percentage.

Before coming to Houston, Luhnow worked for the St. Louis Cardinals' scouting department from 2003-11. The Cardinals won two World Series titles during his tenure with the team, and an additional five minor league championships.

Send your questions now and join Luhnow Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET!

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