Astros 2013 season by the numbers

Here are some numbers from the Astros’ first season in the AL:

Overall record: 51-111

Home record: 24-57

Road record: 27-54

Series record: 11-39-2

Sweeps: 3-17

Scoring 4 or more runs: 38-35

Scoring 3 or fewer runs: 13-76

Shutouts: 4-13

One-run games: 18-35

Two-run games: 13-17

Strikeouts: 1,535 (Major League record)

vs. LH starters: 13-33

vs. RH starters: 38-78

Day games: 11-34

Night games: 40-77

Scoring first: 32-42

Opponent scores first: 19-69

Outhit opponent: 30-24

Outhit by opponent: 16-79

Equal hits: 5-8

When hitting a HR: 38-54

No home runs: 13-56

Walkoff home runs: 1-1

Come-from-behind wins: 22

Largest comeback: 3 runs

Losses after leading: 54

Last at-bat wins-losses: 10-16

Largest blown lead: 5 runs

Extra-inning games: 4-8

Batting average leader (minimum 200 at-bats): Jose Altuve, .283

Hits leader: Jose Altuve, 177

HR leader: Chris Carter, 29

RBI leader: Chris Carter, 82

Stolen base leader: Jose Altuve, 35

Wins leader: Jordan Lyles, 7

Losses leader: Lucas Harrell, 17

ERA leader (minimum 50 innings): Jarred Cosart, 1.95

Innings pitched leader: Dallas Keuchel, Lucas Harrell, 153 2/3

Strikeout leader: Erik Bedard, 138

Most errors: Jonathan Villar, Matt Dominguez, 16

Average time of game: 3:11.42 (3:02.09 in 2012)

 

5 Comments

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Brian, this is really some stats, and the hitters look good, but not many runs for their efforts !!                 Ralph

         

Wow, so much information! Thank you, Brian, for all of your coverage this season. Not an easy team to cover, but you did a fantastic job. Enjoy the “off season” and we’ll see you in 2014.

Let me use one of your expressions, Greis…….”eyes rolling”.

Thanks, Becky, but pretty sure I don’t use that expression EVER. Other expressions, definitely, but never that one. Have a great off season in your super negative world!

*THANKS*! I will !!!!!!

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