No more Notorious B.I.G. for the Astros. On Monday, Houston sent catcher Chris Wallace to the Cleveland Indians for minor league left-hander Eric Berger, according to MLB Trade Rumors.

Wallace was a 16th round pick in the 2010 draft out of the University of Houston. He went from a defense-first organization pick to a full-fledged prospect by slamming 30 home runs in his first two seasons in the minors. Wallace's bat slowed down in 2012, but he still reached Triple-A and seemed likely to get a shot as a backup catcher at the very least.

Instead, he'll be providing depth for the Cleveland Indians while Houston shores up its Oklahoma City rotation with the acquisition of Berger. The 27-year old left-hander (actually, he'll turn 27 on April 22) was drafted in the eighth round in 2008 out of the University of Arizona.