Astros Stats Thread

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  1. Houstunna

    Houstunna Contributing Member

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    What's the Astros record when entering the 9th with a lead?

    Thought I heard we were undefeated.
     
  2. bobrek

    bobrek Vamos Los Astros

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    From ESPN:

    Springer went 4-for-4 with two homers, the second time he has done that out of the leadoff spot this season. According to Elias research, he's the only player in the modern era (since 1900) with two games going 4-for-4 or better with two homers out of the leadoff spot.
     
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  3. the shark

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    He's on FIRE!!!
     
  4. T for 3

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    lol 1894.
     
  5. SooneRockStro

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    Astros are 33-11 in the road, winning at .750 clip. If they played .750 ball home and road for an entire season they would win 122 games. However the team is only 27-18 at home, for a .600 winning percentage.

    At 60-29 overall the team is on pace to win 109 games.
     
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  6. houstonstime

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    Does anyone know the stats of our avg runs scored the game after a loss. I feel like its getting to the point where teams just hope their one game win against us is the 3rd because this team comes out FIRING
     
  7. bobrek

    bobrek Vamos Los Astros

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    That "only" home winning percentage of .600 would be good enough for first place in every division except the NL West. Since 2006 there has never been more than 1 division winner with a percentage of .600 or higher.
     
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  9. Joe Joe

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    by squinting...it looks like Peacock is 12th in weak contact, also.
     
  10. Major

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    Fiers impressively at #44 after all the ridiculous HRs early in the season.
     
  11. Rockets12

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    The team wRC+ is 128 this year. Last year only Altuve did better at 150...
    I love how the team is still hitting the most homeruns, but with the highest average and lowest K rate. Prior years that would have been backwards. This team is so good right now
     
  12. oelman44

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    So the Astros have 3 out of the top 6 players in terms of wRC+... :cool:

    This core is insane and will be for years to come.
     
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  13. tellitlikeitis

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    The numbers are clear: Marwin Gonzalez should never start at 2B for the Houston Astros

     
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  16. Joe Joe

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    Beltran has started in the OF that much? Must have mentally blocked that from my memory.
     
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    Well, well, well... Tie Ballgame

    Judge still leads Fangraphs by .5 win
     
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    That is crazy. Obviously it is a bit of a fluke, but clearly Jose Altuve is a pretty valuable guy to have in our lineup.
     
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    It's ludicrous that Altuve is managing to "quietly" hit .350. He's got a great chance to win his 3rd batting title in 4 years.

    Every year you think the little bastard has peaked and he just keeps getting better.
     
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    Bregman's numbers just continue to quietly creep up. OBP up to .347, OPS up to .764. He's been particularly hot this month.

    He basically didn't have a Spring Training because he was glued to the bench in the WBC. That may or may not have played into his slow start. A solid finish and he could easily end up with over a .350 OBP and an OPS close to .800, maybe even higher if he finishes strong.

    It feels like he's had a down year because the rest of the team has been so crazy good, but it would be a pretty strong rookie campaign.
     
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