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Astros roster by the numbers

Astros’ Opening Day Roster by the numbers:

9 – Astros players who were also on last year’s Opening Day roster: Castro, Altuve, Dominguez, Harrell, Fields, Corporan, Gonzalez, Peacock and Carter.

4 – Astros players who were on the 2012 Opening Day roster: Harrell, Castro, Altuve, Gonzalez.

8 – Astros players making their first Opening Day roster: Chapman, Cosart, Grossman, Hoes, Krauss, Keuchel, Oberholtzer and Villar.

14 – Astros acquired via trade: Bass, Chapman, Cosart, Fowler, Oberholtzer, Peacock, Carter, Dominguez, Gonzalez, Guzman, Villar, Grossman, Hoes and Krauss.

2 – Astros drafted by club and have played entire career in organization: Keuchel and Castro.

6 – Free agent acquisitions: Altuve (non-drafted), Corporan (Minor League contract), Feldman, Albers, Qualls and Williams.

1 – Rule 5 acquisitions: Fields.

2 – Waiver claims: Harrell and Presley.

1 — Players acquired by former GM Tim Purpura: Altuve.

7 – Players acquired by former GM Ed Wade: Cosart, Harrell, Keuchel, Oberholtzer, Castro, Corporan, Villar.

17 – Players acquired by GM Jeff Luhnow: Everybody else.

20 – Players born in the U.S.

2 – Players born in Texas: Albers and Cosart.

2 – Players born in Hawaii: Williams and Feldman.

1 – Players born in Puerto Rico: Corporan.

1 – Players born in Dominican Republic: Villar.

3 – Players born in Venezuela: Altuve, Gonzalez, Guzman.

35 – Age of oldest player on roster: Qualls.

22 – Age of youngest player on roster: Villar.

26.8 – Average age of the Opening Day roster.

2 – Players with playoff experience: Qualls, Williams.

1 – Players with World Series experience: Qualls.

0 – Players with a World Series championship ring.

11 – Letters in longest last name: Oberholtzer

4 – Letters in shortest last name: Bass and Hoes

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)

 

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

Astros roster by the numbers

Here’s a different breakdown of the Astros’ roster:

By the numbers:

13 — Pitchers

2 — Catchers

6 — Infielders

4 — Outfielders

27.3 — Average age of the roster

28 — Average age of the pitching rotation

5 — Players 30 or older (Brandon Lyon, Brett Myers, Wandy Rodriguez, Carlos Lee and Chris Snyder)

21 — Age of youngest player (Jose Altuve)

35 — Age of oldest players (Carlos Lee)

1 — Players remaining for 2005 World Series team (Wandy Rodriguez)

Where the players are from:

18 — United States (Brian Bogusevic, David Carpenter, Jason Castro, Matt Downs, J.A. Happ, Lucas Harrell, Chris Johnson, Jed Lowrie, Brandon Lyon, J.D. Martinez, Brett Myers, Bud Norris, Fernando Rodriguez, Jordan Schafer, Chris Snyder, Kyle Weiland, Wesley Wright, Travis Buck)

3 — Dominican Republic (Fernando Abad, Rhiner Cruz, Wandy Rodriguez)

2 — Venezuela (Jose Altuve, Marwin Gonzalez)

1 — Nicaragua (Wilton Lopez)

1 — Panama (Carlos Lee)

How they were acquired:

9 — Free agents (Fernando Abad, Jose Altuve, Carlos Lee, Brandon Lyon, Brett Myers, Fernando Rodriguez, Wandy Rodriguez, Chris Snyder, Travis Buck).

5 — Draft (Brian Bogusevic, Jason Castro, Chris Johnson, J.D. Martinez, Bud Norris).

5 — Trade (David Carpenter, J.A. Happ, Jed Lowrie, Jordan Schafer, Kyle Weiland).

3 — Rule 5 (Wesley Wright, Rhiner Cruz, Marwin Gonzalez)

3 — Waivers (Matt Downs, Lucas Harrell, Wilton Lopez)

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