"We're still a few days away," manager Brad Mills said.
The Astros have 63 players in camp and will need some of those extra bodies to get through a schedule that includes two split-squad dates within the next week. General manager Ed Wade said it's not too early to start thinking about cuts.
"But I don't know when it's going to happen," Wade said. "As you know, we don't telegraph that stuff. The extenuating circumstances are these split-squad games. We might be slower than normal because we added the Boston split games later in the schedule, [on Tuesday and 13].
"We have to navigate those and see where we're at before we start sending bodies over [to Minor League camp]. We had been supplementing our unit over here with the [Minor League] mini-camp guys."