Astros year by numbers

The Astros ended the 2011 regular season with an 8-0 loss to the Cardinals on Wednesday to finish a franchise-worst 56-106. Here is the season by the numbers:

Overall record: 56-106

Home record: 31-50

Road record: 25-56

Series record: 12-36-4

Sweeps: 2-14

When scoring 4 or more runs: 44-39

When scoring 3 or fewer runs: 12-67

Shutouts: 6-12

One-run games: 20-28

Two-run games: 9-22

Vs. LH starters: 22-26

Vs. RH starters: 34-80

Day games: 13-37

Night games: 43-69

When scoring first: 36-36

Opponent scores first: 20-70

Outhit opponent: 42-27

Outhit by opponent: 11-70

Equal hits: 3-9

When hitting a home run: 34-35

No home runs: 22-71

Walkoff homers: 1-3

Come-from-behind wins: 26

Largest comeback : 3 runs

Losses after leading: 43

Last at-bat wins: 17

Largest blown lead: 6 runs

Extra-inning games: 5-13

Batting average leader (min. 400 at-bats): Carlos Lee (.275)

Home run leader: Carlos Lee (18)

RBI leader: Carlos Lee (94)

Runs leader: Carlos Lee (66)

Stolen base leader: Michael Bourn (39)

Pitching wins leader: Wandy Rodriguez (11)

ERA leader (min. 100 innings): Bud Norris (3.77)

Strikeouts leader: Bud Norris (176)

Saves leader: Mark Melancon (20)

Looking ahead to 2012

Arbitration eligible players: LHP J.A. Happ, C Humberto Quintero.

Free agents: SS Clint Barmes, OF Jason Michaels.



Wow…those numbers are crazy!

Really drives home the fact that Drayton turned his back on this club three years ago, and left Ed Wade and Tal Smith in charge. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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