Astros season by the numbers

The Astros finished the 2012 season with a 55-107 record. Here’s a breakdown:

Wins leader: Lucas Harrell, 11

ERA leader (starter): Lucas Harrell, 3.76

Strikeouts: Bud Norris, 165

Saves: Brett Myers, 19

Batting average leader: Jose Altuve, .290

Games: Jose Altuve, 148

Hits: Jose Altuve, 167

Runs: Jose Altuve, 80

Doubles: Jose Altuve, 34

Triples: Jose Altuve, 4

Home runs: Justin Maxwell, 18

RBIs: J.D. Martinez 55

Stolen bases: Jose Altuve, 33

Overall record: 55-107

Home record: 35-46

Road record: 20-61

Series record: 14-39-1

Sweeps: 3-14

When scoring 4 or more: 40-28

When scoring 3 or fewer: 14-79

Shutouts: 9-14

One-run games: 17-27

Two-run games: 12-19

vs. LH starters: 15-27

vs. RH starters: 40-80

Day games: 15-32

Night games: 40-75

When scoring first: 39-37

Opponent scores first: 16-70

Outhit by opponent: 17-80

Outhit opponent: 33-21

Equal hits: 4-6

When hitting a home run: 45-47

No home runs: 11-57

Walk-off homers: 0-3

Comeback wins: 21

Largest comeback: 4 runs

Losses after leading: 46

Last at-bat wins: 8

Largest blown lead: 4

Extra-inning games: 1-11

Different batting orders: 144

Players used: 58

3 Comments

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Brian, this is a great analysis of the Astros on your TAG’S, sure show what they did or did not do, this shows that  our man Jose  Altuve was the best hustler on the team, we need more of this !!!                                         Ralph

       

Some of the stats don’t quite add up – 55 wins for the year but 4 runs or more (40) plus 3 runs or less (14) doesn’t equal 55. Also Outhit (17 & 33) and equal hits (4), hitting a home run (45) plus not hitting (11).
Does different batting orders include the pitcher?

Wow, good job on compiling all of the numbers. Some of the numbers are surprising, others are not. Jose Altuve definitely blossomed. Is it too soon to say I’m already looking forward to 2013? :)

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