The loss of draft picks -- a first-round and a second-rounder -- in each of the next two drafts is something that could catch up with the Houston Astros eventually.
Much of the attention in the 24 hours since Jeff Luhnow and A.J. Hinch were fired from the team has focused on what Houston will do to replace them.
What does this all mean for the Astros' legacy over the last few years?
Is the 2017 World Series tainted?
Is the Astros window of excellence closing?
The last question relies a bit on what the team does from here, and they're short some key draft picks to reboot the farm system.
Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline and MLB.com joined the show Tuesday to discuss the ramifications.