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Discussion in 'Houston Astros' started by jim1961, Jul 6, 2017.

  1. jim1961

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    Too often, posts of this kind end up in the current game threads and lost by the time the next opponent arrives. Lets see if this works :)
     
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    BA .287 as a team! (.293 without Carlos Beltran) :)

    Has any team ever batted .300 ?
     
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    Anyone still have that TV graphic that shows our lineup batting average three (3) years ago vs. 2017?
     
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    Jose Altuve's batting averages the last 4 seasons and the years he won the batting title or is leading the league are bolded.

    All of this and he is still 27 years.........
     
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    How about Yuli with the .991 OPS since June 1. Sure he's been getting some batted ball luck and never walks.. but Yuli has been slugging! 19 XBH including 6 HR in 27 games.

    After the first month of the season I had him pegged as Martin Prado without plate discipline. Glad I was wrong. Keep doing you La Pina!

    [​IMG]
     
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    kaleidosky Your Tweety Bird dance just cost us a run
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    Highest In A Season
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    Detroit
    .316 1921
    NL
    Philadelphia
    .349 1894
     
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    That Philly team had FOUR OF's hit over .400 for the season! The worst starter on the team .298.

    The pitching must have been terrible back in those days.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PHI/1894.shtml
     
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    George Springer leading all lead off hitters in MLB in HRs, Runs, OBP, SLG and OPS (2nd to Blackmon in average and RBIs):

    .301/.375/.596/.971

    OBP over .400 since his mini-slump in the middle of May. OPS of 1.100+ since that same time frame.
     
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    In the old days, pitching certainly isn't what is today, but the fields were also terrible and larger.
     
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    They also had to use an abacus to compute stats which led to some rounding errors.
     
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    There are only 3 teams in baseball (Phillies-20 games back, Padres-20 gb, Giants 23 gb) further from 1st place in their division than the 2nd place team in the AL West.
     
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    Kalas mentioned that the Astros 31-9 road mark is best 40 game start to a season in the history of the game, tied with the 2001 Mariners and some team in 1906. This season is insane.
     
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    It was just a different game, no sense in comparing them.
     
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    Houstunna The Most Unbiased Fan
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    This year would be his biggest if it stops Judge's tri-crown.

    Do it, and let NY be mad. :eek:
    Fewer teams equals more ABs against the same pitchers. Advantage hitter.
     
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    Plus pitchers pitched MUCH more frequently and for longer stretches. I'm sure the average velocity wasn't anywhere near what it is today.
     
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    I didn't check after last nights loss, but I'm pretty sure we have SIX players batting OVER .300 last year we had multiple players batting 1-something. Also last year Reddick bat .180 against lefties, this year he is over .320 Our offense is just insane.
     
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    Two games until the break and only lost back to back road games twice
     
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