2012 Houston Astros Season In Review

TEAM NOTES
thE 2012 SEASON: The Astros finished in 6th place in the NL Central Division
with a 55-107 record...HOU was 35-46 at home and 20-61 on the road...2012
marked the 6th time in the last 21 seasons that the Astros have finished
with a record below .500.
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY: In 2012, the Astros celebrated the 50th anniversary of
the franchise, which began play in 1962...throughout the 2012 season, the
Astros recognized their Golden Anniversary in a variety of ways, including
alumni first pitches, retro uniforms, the selection of an All-Time Astros
25-man Roster and with a Legends Weekend in September which marked
the return of dozens of former Astros and Colt .45s players.
FAREWELL TO THE NL: 2012 marked the Astros final season as a NL team, as the
club will make an historic move to the AL in 2013...in 51 seasons as a NL
club, Houston posted a 3,999-4,134 (.492) record, which ranked 8th in NL
in that span, while qualifying for the postseason nine times and winning
the NL Pennant in 2005...CUBS CONNECTION: The Houston franchise began
NL play in 1962 with a 3-game sweep vs. the Cubs at Colt Stadium, April
10-12, 1962, and wrapped up play as an NL club by taking two of three
from the Cubs at Wrigley Field, October 1-3, 2012.
HISTORIC MOVE TO THE AL: In 2013, the Astros will become the first club in Major
League history to move from the NL to the AL...the move was made by
MLB to give each league the same amount of teams (15)...the Astros will
play in the AL Western Division with the Angels, A’s, Mariners and Rangers.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: On September 27, Bo Porter was named as the
17th manager in franchise history...Porter, who at 40 is currently the
youngest manager in the Majors, will officially manage his first game in
2013...on August 18, Brad Mills was relieved of his duties as manager and
replaced by Triple A Oklahoma City manager Tony DeFrancesco, who
managed the club for the remainder of the season on an interim basis.
FAREWELL TO THE CAPTAIN: On September 26 vs. STL, Astros Hall of Fame
radio broadcaster Milo Hamilton called his final game...the 2012 season
marked Hamilton’s 59th as a MLB broadcaster, which ranks 2nd all-time
to Vin Scully’s 64 seasons...Hamilton, who spent the last 28 seasons with
the Astros, also broadcast from the 59th ballpark of his career in 2012
when he called the action during the Astros visit to the Miami Marlins
new ballpark, April 13-15.
ABOUT THE RECORD
Overall Record:.................................. 55-107
Home Record:.......................................35-46
--with Roof Open:.....................................8-6
--with Roof Closed:..............................27-40
--with Roof Both Open and Closed:...0-0
Road Record:.........................................20-61
Current Streak:..................................... Lost 1
Last 5 Games:.............................................3-2
Last 10 Games:...........................................5-5
Series Record:...................................13-39-1
Sweeps:..................................................... 3-14
When Scoring 4 or More Runs:.......41-28
When Scoring 3 or Fewer Runs:......14-79
Shutouts:.................................................. 9-14
In One-Run Games:.............................17-27
In Two-Run Games: ............................12-19
vs. Left-Handed Starters:...................15-27
vs. Right-Handed Starters:................40-80
During the Day:....................................15-32
At Night:..................................................40-75
When Scoring First:.............................39-37
Opponent Scores First: .....................16-70
Outhit Opponent:................................34-21
Outhit by Opponent:..........................17-80
Equal Hits:...................................................4-6
When Hitting Home Run:.................45-48
No Home Runs:.....................................10-59
Walkoff Home Runs:................................0-3
Come-from-Behind Wins:....................... 21
Largest Comeback:............................4 runs
Losses After Leading:............................... 46
Last At-Bat Wins:...........................................8
Largest Blown Lead:..........................4 runs
Extra-Inning Games:............................. 1-11
Different Batting Orders:.......................144
After Six Innings:
Lead: 45-12.........Tied: 5-5.......... Trail: 5-90
After Seven Innings:
Lead: 48-8............Tied: 2-8.......... Trail: 5-91
After Eight Innings:
Lead: 51-6............Tied: 1-8.......... Trail: 3-93

LAST IMPRESSIONS: The Astros finished the season on a high note,
winning five of their last seven
games and posting a 15-15 mark
after 8/31.
POWER SURGE: The Astros hit 14
HR on their final road trip (6g)
of the season, including 11 in
the 3-game series in MIL on that
trip...according to Elias, it was the
1st time an Astros club had two
4-HR games in a single road series
since 6/26-27/01 at Arizona...
HOU’s 20 HR in 12 games after
9/20 were tops in the NL.
Most HR After 9/20-NL
1. Houston - 20
2. Washington - 19
3. Milwaukee - 16
PLAYING THE SPOILER: In the final two
weeks of the season, the Astros
won series vs. three teams in
playoff contention, taking three
of four from PHI, and two of three
from PIT and MIL, respectively.
YOUNGBLOODS: For the majority of
the 2012 season, the Astros had
the youngest roster in the NL...
they had the youngest roster in
the Majors overall for the final
six weeks of the season.
HEAD COUNT: The Astros used a
club-record 50 different players
in 2012, including 25 pitchers...
the franchise record had been 48
players, which happened twice
(2010, 1965).

YOUNG STAR: At 22 years old, Jose Altuve was the 2nd-youngest member
of the NL All-Star squad (Bryce Harper was the youngest)...Altuve is also
the 2nd-youngest All-Star in Astros history, behind Cesar Cedeno, who
was 21 when named the NL’s starting CF in 1972...for the season, Altuve
led all NL second basemen in SB (33), was 2nd in hits (166) and 3rd in
batting avg. (.290)...min. 125g at 2nd base.
GUNSLINGERS: The Astros were T-2nd in the NL with COL in outfield assists
with 32, which were just two behind ARI (34)...the Astros 71 combined
assists over the last two seasons (2011-12) are tops in the NL.
NL OF Assists (2011-12)
1. Houston - 71
2. Colorado - 64
3. Washington - 63
HOMEBODIES: RHP’s Bud Norris (1.71) and Lucas Harrell (2.34) ranked 1st
and 5th in the NL in home ERA, respectively (min. 11 starts)...Norris went
4-1 at home while Harrell posted a 6-3 mark at Minute Maid Park.
LOWEST HOME ERA - NL (min. 11 starts)
1. Bud Norris - 1.71 4. Kyle Lohse - 2.33
2. Matt Cain - 2.03
5. Lucas Harrell - 2.34
3. Clayton Kershaw - 2.05
COOL HAND LUKE: RHP Lucas Harrell ranked 2nd among all ML rookies in IP
with 193.2 and 2nd among NL rookies in wins with 11...Harrell’s IP total
is the 3rd-highest ever for an Astros rookie and the most since RHP Chris
Holt had 209.2 IP in 1997...Harrell was also the only NL rookie to hurl a
shutout in 2012...OPENING ACT: In his first start of the season on 4/7 vs.
COL, Harrell hurled 7.0 scoreless innings in a 7-3 win while not allowing a
walk...the last Astros starter to hurl at least 7.0 shutout innings without a
walk in his season debut was LHP Bob Knepper in a 4-0 win on 4/10/86
vs. SF in the Astrodome...Elias.
Most IP - MLB Rookies (2012)
Most IP Astros Rookie (Season)
1.Wade Miley (ARI) - 194.2
2. Lucas Harrell (HOU) - 193.2
3. Wei-Yin Chen (BAL) - 192.2

1. Mark Lemongello (1977) - 214.2
2. Chris Holt (1997) - 209.2
3. Lucas Harrell (2012) - 193.2

FIRING BLANKS: From 9/30-10/2, the Astros hurled three consecutive shutouts
while not allowing more than four hits in each game, winning by scores
of 7-0 at MIL, 3-0 at CHC and 3-0 at CHC, respectively...FROM ELIAS: During
that streak, the Astros became just the second club since 1991 with three
straight shutouts with four or less hits allowed, joining the Rangers (5/79, 2008) with that distinction...it is only the second time in Astros history
that they had a such streak, with the other coming 9/23-25 of 1986 with
the following starting pitchers: Jim Deshaies, Nolan Ryan and Mike Scott.
POWER SOURCE: Jed Lowie’s 16 HR in just 97 games ranked 3rd among NL
SS’s and are the 2nd-highest single-season total by a SS in franchise history...the club record is 20 HR, set in 1983 by Dickie Thon.
HR By HOU Shortstop - Season
1. Dickie Thon - 20 (1983)
2. Jed Lowrie - 16 (2012)
3. Miguel Tejada - 14 (2009)
RARE FEATS: RHP Lucas Harrell and LHP Dallas Keuchel were the only NL
rookies to hurl complete games in 2012...Harrell hurled a 1-0, CG shutout
on 6/27 vs. SD and Keuchel went the distance in an 8-1 win on 6/23 vs.
CLE...with his CG, Keuchel became the first Astro to hurl a CG in just his
second ML app. since Randy Niemann on 5/29/79 vs. CIN.
NO FREE PASSES: RHP Wilton Lopez had the lowest walks per 9.0 innings
pitched ratio among all MLB relievers with a 1.09 mark (min. 50 IP)...Lopez
issued just eight walks in 66.1 IP and allowed just four walks after May 31
in 38.2 IP...his 1.09 ratio for the season was the 2nd-lowest in franchise
history to his 0.67 mark set in 2010.
CLOSE CALLS: 75, or virtually half (46.2%) of the Astros games were decided
by two runs or less...they were 17-27 in one-run games and 12-19 in
two-run games.
FROM THE LEFT: From 9/1 through the end of the season, LHP’s Xavier
Cedeno (2x21) and Wesley Wright (1x23) combined to hold LH hitters
to an .068 (3x44) batting average.
MILESTONE HR: On April 13, Miami native J.D. Martinez became the first
player ever to homer at Marlins Ballpark in a regular season game when
he hit a 2-run HR off Ed Mujica in the 8th inning...his milestone HR came
in what was the 2nd game in the newly-opened ballpark’s history.
THAT’S A RECORD!: In a 1-0 Astros win on 9/11 vs. CHC, the Astros and Cubs
combined to use 11 pitchers, which is a ML record for a 9-inning, 1-0
game...the previous record of 10 pitchers had been done three times
(last: 6/14/11, PIT vs. HOU)...Elias.

EXCLUSIVE K CLUB: RHP Bud Norris tied a ML record by striking out four
batters in the 3rd inn. on 4/24 at MIL...he was the first Astro to accomplish
this feat since RHP Brad Lidge did so on 6/13/04, also at Miller Park...Norris
is the 4th Astros hurler overall to accomplish this feat and the 1st starter
since Mike Scott on 9/3/86 at CHC.
TRIPLE THREAT: In an 11-4 win on 4/16 at WSH, the Astros set a club record
with three triples in a 5-run first inning, becoming the first team with three
triples in a first inning since the Marlins turned the trick on 7/25/95 vs. SF
...additionally, all nine starters in the game hit safely and scored at least
one run, marking the first time an Astros club accomplished this since a
12-1 home win vs. NYM on 5/5/02...Elias.
WITH THE FIRST OVERALL PICK: The Astros selected SS Carlos Correa with
the first overall pick in the MLB First Year Player Draft on June 4...the
17-year-old Correa, who was the youngest player available in the draft,
played amateur baseball at the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy in Gurabo,
P.R....the 6-4 Correa was named a Rawlings First-Team All-American this
season...Compensation Pick: The Astros selected RHP Lance McCullers in
the compensation round of the draft (41st overall pick)...McCullers, 18,
was the 2012 Gatorade High School Player of the Year after posting a
13-0 record at Jesuit High School in Tampa, FL with an 0.18 ERA and 140
strikeouts in 77.1 innings pitched...his father, Lance Sr., was a Major
League pitcher for parts of seven seasons (1985-92).
ANNUAL HOUSTON BBWAA AWARDS: The winners of the 2012 Houston Chapter
of the Baseball Writers Association of America were as follows:
MVP: Jose Altuve
Pitcher of the Year: Wilton Lopez
Rookie of the Year: Lucas Harrell
Darryl Kile “Good Guy” Award: Jason Castro
MLB Houston Area Player of Year: Jay Bruce
Fred Hartman Long & Meritorious Service Award: Rene` Cardenas
WALK OF FAME: As part of the club’s 50th anniversary celebration, the Astros
introduced the Walk of Fame in 2012, which is located on the Texas Ave.
sidewalk outside of Minute Maid Park...16 members were inducted into
the Walk of Fame in its inaugural season...they are: Former players Bob
Aspromonte, Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio, Jose Cruz, Larry Dierker, Joe
Morgan, Joe Niekro, Shane Reynolds, J.R. Richard, Jimmy Wynn, Mike
Scott, Nolan Ryan, Don Wilson and Jim Umbricht and former broadcasters Gene Elston and Milo Hamilton...each season, new members will be
inducted into the Walk of Fame, which will eventually expand around
Minute Maid Park.
TRADE WINDS: In the month of July, the Astros made five trades, acquiring
17 young players in an effort to infuse young talent into the organization...several of the players acquired were first and second-round draft
selections...below is a recap:
July 4: Acquired IF Matt Dominguez and LHP Rob Rasmussen from MIA
in exchange for IF Carlos Lee.
July 20: Acquired RHP Joe Musgrove, RHP Asher Wojciechowski, LHP David
Rollins, C Carlos Perez, RHP Francisco Cordero, OF Ben Francisco and a
player to be named later (RHP Kevin Comer) from TOR in exchange for
RHP David Carpenter, LHP J.A. Happ and RHP Brandon Lyon.
July 21: Acquired RHP Matt Heidenreich, LHP Blair Walters and a player
to be named later (RHP Chris Devenski) from CWS in exchange for RHP
Brett Myers.
July 24: Acquired LHP Rudy Owens, OF Robbie Grossman and LHP Colton
Cain from PIT in exchange for LHP Wandy Rodriguez.
July 29: Acquired IF Bobby Borchering and OF Marc Krauss from ARI in
exchange for IF Chris Johnson.

DOWN ON THE FARM
DRAMATIC TURNAROUND: The Astros saw dramatic improvement in the performance of their minor league clubs in 2012, posting the fourth-best
combined record in baseball at 439-394 (.527)...domestically, the Astros
417-347 (.546) record was tops in baseball...six of the Astros eight minor
league clubs finished at .500 or above with three advancing to postseason
play...in 2011, the Astros minor league clubs ranked last (30th) with a
337-488 (.408) combined record with no clubs finishing at .500 or above...
the improvement from 2011 to 2012 was one of the most dramatic of
any organization in recent years...since taking control of the organization in November of 2011, Astros Owner and Chairman Jim Crane has
emphasized the importance of building a strong farm system that will
result in sustained success at the Major League level.
LANCASTER CAPTURES CHAMPIONSHIP: The Class A Lancaster JetHawks captured
their first California League championship in 2012, sweeping a five-game
series vs. Modesto...it marked Lancaster’s first title in its 17-year history.
MINOR LEAGUE PITCHER OF THE YEAR: RHP Mike Foltynewicz, 20, was named
the Astros Minor League Pitcher of the Year after going 14-4 with a 3.14
ERA (53ER/152.0IP) and 125 strikeouts in 27 starts for Class A Lexington....
the 6-foot-4, 209-pound right-hander earned South Atlantic League
Pitcher of the Year honors, ranking tied for first in the league in wins,
second in innings pitched, fourth in ERA and sixth in strikeouts...Foltynewicz was a first-round pick by the Astros in the 2010 draft (19th overall).
MINOR LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: 2B Delino DeShields, 20, earned Astros
Minor League Player of the Year honors after setting a club minor league
record with 101 stolen bases in 135 games between Class A Lexington
and Class A Advanced Lancaster...DeShields also became the first player
in the modern era to steal over 100 bases and hit over 10 homers in one
minor league season...the 2010 first-round draft pick (8th overall) was
one of just eight position players named to the Baseball America 2012
Minor League All-Star team...DeShields, who was tabbed in MLB.com’s
Prospect Watch List as the number two overall second base prospect in
baseball, hit .287 (154x537) with 24 doubles, eight triples, 12 homers and
a .389 on-base percentage in 135 games...while with Lancaster, DeShields
played a major role in the club’s California League Championship run as
the everyday second baseman and leadoff hitter after his promotion...
he was named MVP of the CAL championship series.
TOP PROSPECTS: Several players in the Astros system had outstanding seasons in 2012 and are ranked among the top prospects at their positions
in all of minor league baseball...Corpus Christi (AA) first baseman Jonathan Singleton and Lancaster (A) second baseman Delino DeShields
were named to the Baseball America 2012 Minor League All-Star team (just
two of just eight position players named to the squad out of every club)...
additionally, MLB.com’s Prospect Watch listed Singleton at No. 1 among
first basemen, DeShields at No. 2 among second basemen and Astros
2012 first-round draft pick Carlos Correa at No. 10 among shortstops...
Correa turned 18 in September...OF George Springer, the Astros No. 1
draft pick in 2011, had an outstanding first full season in professional
baseball, hitting .318 with 10 triples, 22 HR, 82 RBI and 28 SB with a .955
OPS in just 106 games at Lancaster before being promoted to Corpus
Christi...19-year-old OF Domingo Santana (6-5, 228 lbs) also had a fine
season in Lancaster, hitting .302 with 23 HR, 26 doubles, six triples, 97
RBI and a .921 OPS...Lexington (A) IF Zach Johnson led the SAL in RBI
with a club-record 108...Tri-City C Tyler Heineman (8th pick, 2012 Draft)
won the NY-Penn League batting title with a .358 avg. while ranking 2nd
in on-base-pct. (.452)...Tri-City starters RHP Aaron West (6-2, 2.04 ERA),
LHP Brian Holmes (7-2, 2.57 ERA), RHP Brady Rogers (7-2, 2.89) and RHP
Lance Day (6-1, 2.73), all drafted or signed in 2012, played a major role
in the ValleyCats playoff run... 21-year-old RHP Chris Devenski, acquired
in a four-player deal with the White Sox, hurled a no-hitter for Lexington
on September 1 vs. Rome, striking out 16 batters.

NEW LOOK UNVEILED: The Astros officially revealed their new logo, uniforms and mascot for the 2013 season at a Brand Launch Party on Nov. 2 at
Minute Maid Park.

2012 ASTROS HITTING CAPSULES
ASTROS:
OPPONENTS:

2012 SEASON: .236 (1276x5407)
2012 SEASON: .270 (1493x5539)

27 IF Jose Altuve

HOME AVG.: .239 (636x2657)
HOME AVG.: .255 (726x2849)

.290 (167x576), 7 HR, 37 RBI 15 C Jason Castro

vs. LHP: .359 (56x156)
vs. RHP: .264 (111x420)
Career: .286-9-49 (228x797)
Home: .284 (81x285)
Road: .296 (86x291) Long Streak: 7, .345, 10x29, 7/27-8/3
• the 2012 first-time All-Star posted a .340 OBP, tallying 40 walks in 147
games; posted only 5 walks in 57 games in 2011...led the club with 45
extra-base hits.
• at 22 years old, was the 2nd-youngest member of the NL All-Star squad
(Bryce Harper was the youngest)...is also the 2nd-youngest All-Star in
Astros history, behind Cesar Cedeno, who was 21 when named the NL’s
starting CF in 1972...went 0x1 in the ASG.
• finished his season 5th in the Majors in batting vs. LHP (min. 155 AB)...
ranked 7th in the NL with 33 steals...his 51 multi-hit games ranked T-9th
in the NL...ranked 5th in the NL in fewest percentage of swings that miss
(10.6%)...ranked 4th in batting average against NL Central opponents
with a .321 (87x271) mark (min. 200 PA).
• played the entire season with the Astros, making his 1st career Opening
Day start, and led the club with 147 games played, including 142 starts
at second base.
• among NL second basemen, ranked 1st in stolen bases, 2nd in hits and
3rd in batting average.
• is just the 4th Astros second baseman to steal 30 bases in franchise
history, also Craig Biggio (5x), Bill Doran (2x) and Joe Morgan (3x)...is
also just the 8th Astros player to steal 30 bases and hit 30 doubles in
1 season, also Bagwell (2x), Biggio (5x), Cabell (3x), Cedeno (5x), Cruz
(3x), Thon, Wynn.
• according to Elias, became the 1st Astro with 36 hits thru the club’s 1st
25 games since Craig Biggio also did so in 2004.
• stole home and homered on 6/10 at CWS, becoming the 1st Astros
player to accomplish this in the same game since Jeff Bagwell on
6/22/93 at LAD.
• named the Astros’ recipient of the MLB Players Alumni Association’s
annual Heart and Hustle Award...one player from each team is chosen
on the basis of “passion, desire, and work ethic demonstrated both on
and off the field.”
• originally a product of the Astros Venezuelan Academy, signed with
the club as an undrafted free agent on 9/27/06.

39 OF Brandon Barnes

.204 (20x98), 1 HR, 7 RBI

vs. LHP: .234 (11x47)
vs. RHP: .176 (9x51)
Career: .204-1-7 (20x98)
Home: .204 (11x54)
Road: .205 (9x44) Long Streak: 2 (4x), last, .429, 3x7, 9/20-21
• started 24 games for the Astros, including 23 starts in CF and 1 in RF...
hit .250 (10x40) over his last 17 games with the club.
• was an NRI at Astros Spring Training before beginning his season with
Double A Corpus Christi...promoted to Triple A OKC on 5/27...had his
contract purchased and was added to the Major League roster for the
1st time in his career on 8/7.
• made his MLB debut in a start in CF on 8/7 vs. WSH (0x3)...recorded his
1st MLB hit on 8/8 vs. WSH, a single off LHP Gio Gonzalez...hit his 1st
MLB homer as a pinch-hitter on 8/13 at CHC off RHP Jeff Samardzija.
• was the 2nd Astro to hit their 1st MLB homer in the pinch this season,
also M. Gonzalez (5/14 at PHI)...prior to this season, the last Astro to hit
their first MLB homer in the pinch was IF Mark Saccomanno on 9/8/08.
• combined to hit .321 (128x399) with 39 doubles, 12 home runs, 69 RBI,
21 steals and a .381 OBP in 106 games with OKC and Corpus Christi.
• hit .323 (76x235) in 62 games with 19 doubles, 5 home runs, 38 RBI and
14 stolen bases in 62 games at the Triple A level.
• named Corpus Christi’s Offensive Player of the Month in April (.353,
4HR, 21RBI) and OKC’s Defensive Player of the Month in July.
• earned consecutive Texas League Player of the Week Awards for his
weeks beginning on 4/16 and 4/23.
• originally a 6th round pick by Houston in the 2005 Draft...has been with
the organization for 8 full seasons.

19 OF Brian Bogusevic

.203 (72x355), 7 HR, 28 RBI

vs. LHP: .156 (10x64)
vs. RHP: .213 (62x291) Career: .227-11-46 (124x547)
Home: .166 (28x169)
Road: .237 (44x86)
Long Streak: 6, .389, 7x18, 5/7-13
• appeared in 146 games, which ranked 2nd on the club (Altuve-147),
making 73 starts in RF and 10 in CF...appeared in 36 games as a pinchhitter, posting a .242 (8x33) average with a .306 OBP, 1 HR and 5 RBI.
• went 15-for-19 in stolen base attempts...was successful in 12 of his last
13 attempts since May 5.
• was 1 of 3 players to spend his entire season on the club’s active roster
(Altuve, Snyder).
• was on the back end of back-to-back home runs with Carlos Lee after
starting in RF on Opening Day on 4/6 vs. COL.
• made his 1st ML pitching app. on 6/7 vs. STL (2ER/1IP) in a 14-2 loss...
the last Astros position player to pitch in a ML game was Kevin Cash
on 5/29/10 at CIN (1ER/1IP).
• was at the plate in 4 of the club’s 1st 5 last at-bat victories...collected
the 2nd walk-off hit of his career on 8/10 vs. MIL, an RBI single in the
bottom of the 9th.
• originally the 24th player taken overall in the 2005 Draft by Houston...
spent his 1st 4 professional seasons as a pitcher before converting to
the outfield in the middle of the 2008 season...outrighted off the Astros
40-man roster on 11/3.

ROAD AVG.: .233 (640x2750)
ROAD AVG.: .285 (767x2690)

.257 (66x257), 6 HR, 29 RBI

vs. LHP: .148 (8x54)
vs. RHP: .286 (58x203)
Career: .235-8-37 (106x452)
Home: .276 (34x123) Road: .239 (32x134) Long Streak: 6 (2x), last, .455, 10x22, 5/31-6/12
• after beginning the season with a .209 (18x86) average thru his 1st 26
games, rebounded to post a .281 (48x171) average with a .362 on-base
percentage, 6 home runs and 21 RBI in his last 61 games (since 5/21)...
collected 4 of his 6 homers in his last 7 games of the season.
• led the club’s catching corps with a 4.34 catcher’s ERA (312ER/646.2IP)
in his 79 games (73 starts) behind the dish...caught 12 of 69 attempting
base stealers on the season.
• after sitting out the entire 2011 season with a right knee injury, spent
5 of the season’s 6 months on the active roster...was on the DL from
7/15-8/13 with right knee effusion.
• returned to game action in Spring Training and led the club in hitting
during the Spring with a .364 mark.
• made his 1st career Opening Day start on 4/6 vs. COL, going 0x2 with
2 walks.
• hit over .300 in 2 months this season: June (.302, .367 OBP) and August
(.306, .359 OBP).
• had his 1st multi-homer game on 9/28 at MIL, the 1st multi-homer
game by an Astros catcher since J.R. Towles hit 2 on 9/30/09 at PHI.
• combined to hit .556 (10x18) with 3 doubles, 1 home run and 2 RBI in
his 7 injury rehab games with Triple A OKC (4g) and Double A CC (3g).
• selected by Houston in the 1st round of the 2008 draft (10th overall
pick).

22 C Carlos Corporan

.269 (21x78), 4 HR, 13 RBI

vs. LHP: .222 (4x18)
vs. RHP: .283 (17x60)
Career: .219-4-24 (51x233)
Home: .233 (7x30)
Road: .292 (14x48)
Long Streak: 4 (2x), last, .400, 6x15, 7/26-8/2
• hit .269 on the season, including a .283 (17x60) mark while batting
left-handed...hit all 4 of his home runs from the left side of the plate.
• despite playing in exactly half as many MLB games in 2012 as in 2011,
set career marks in home runs and RBI.
• caught 24 games and made 22 starts behind the dish for Houston this
season...caught 5-of-19 attempting base stealers.
• began the season as an NRI at the Astros Major League Spring Training
camp before being assigned to Triple A OKC for the start of the minor
league season...had his contract purchased on 7/15...optioned back
on 8/12 and then recalled on 9/4 for the remainder of the season.
• hit his 1st MLB homer on 7/20 at ARI off of RHP Jonathan Albaladejo.
• hit .286 overall in 68 games at OKC with 15 doubles, 6 HR and 31 RBI.
• caught 44% of attempting basestealers with OKC, recording 18 catcher
caught stealings, while allowing 35 stolen bases...led the Pacific Coast
League in that category (min. 50 attempts)...named OKCs Defensive
Player of the Month in August.
• originally signed with Houston as a minor league free agent on
11/24/10.

30 IF Matt Dominguez

.284 (31x109), 5 HR, 16 RBI

vs. LHP: .250 (6x24)
vs. RHP: .294 (25x85)
Career: .273-5-18 (42x154)
Home: .207 (12x58)
Road: .373 (19x51)
Long Streak: 6, .375, 9x24, 9/13-20
• played in a career-high 31 Major League games across two stints with
the Astros this season...hit .287 (29x101) with 5 homers and 16 RBI in
his 2nd stint, a 27-game run to finish the season...on the season, posted
a .373 (19x51) average with 10 RBI in 14 road games, which included
a 12-game road hitting streak from 9/3-10/2.
• played in 31 games at third base, including 27 starts...committed just
1 error in 78 total chances for a .987 fielding percentage...marked the
2nd-highest fielding percentage among MLB third baseman (min. 75
TCs).
• began his season at Triple A New Orleans in the Marlins organization...named the club’s No. 4 prospect by Baseball Amerca and No. 2
prospect by MLB.com at the beginning of the season...acquired by
Houston along with minor league LHP Rob Rasmussen from Miami in
exchange for 1B Carlos Lee on 7/4...reported to the Astros MLB club
before an option to Triple A OKC on 7/8...recalled on 8/30 and spent
the remainder of the season with Houston.
• from the 2nd inning on 8/30 vs. SF thru the 4th inning on 8/31 vs. CIN,
hit for the cycle (triple, double, groundout, single, lineout, homer)
over the course of 6 at-bats...this run included his 1st MLB home run
on 8/31, a solo shot off of RHP Mike Leake.
• hit 4 home runs over a span of 14 days from 8/31-9/13, including three
3-run homers...collected 14 RBI in September, which ranked T-4th
among NL rookies.
• combined to hit .257 (115x447) with 24 doubles, 9 HR and 69 RBI in 123
games with OKC (45g) and New Orleans (78g)...after his acquisition by
Houston, hit .298 (48x161) with 23 RBI in 45 games with OKC.

16 IF Matt Downs

.202 (36x178), 8 HR, 16 RBI 4 IF Jed Lowrie

9 IF Marwin Gonzalez

.234 (48x205), 2 HR, 12 RBI

vs. LHP: .184 (18x98)
vs. RHP: .225 (18x80)
Career: .230-20-66 (121x527)
Home: .177 (14x79)
Road: .222 (22x99)
Long Streak: 5, .471, 8x17, 7/14-21
• played in 91 games for Houston, which included appearances at every
defensive position other than catcher, pitcher and center field...made
14 starts at first base, 11 at third base, 8 in right field and 2 at second
base...led the club with 43 pinch-hit PAs (4x37).
• spent the majority of his season with the Astros across 3 MLB stints...
after making the Opening Day club, optioned to Triple A OKC on 6/2
and recalled on 6/9...optioned back on 8/9 and recalled on 9/1.
• was a part of Astros history after tripling in the 1st inning on 4/19 at
WSH...marked the Astros 3rd triple of the inning (also, Altuve, Bogusevic)...the 3 triples in the inning were the most ever by the Astros in a
single inning, while the 3 triples in the game tied a franchise record...
the last MLB club with 3 triples in the 1st inning was Florida on 7/25/95
vs. SF.
• became only the 3rd Astros player to hit a home run in a 1-0 win at
Minute Maid Park on 6/27 vs. SD...the others were Lance Berkman vs.
CIN in 2002 and Brad Ausmus vs. CHC in 2006.
• after a slow start, hit .261 (18x69) over his last 36 games from 7/14 to
the end of the season.
• hit .267 (24x90) with 3 HR and 15 RBI in 24 games over his 2 stints with
OKC.
• originally acquired by Houston as a waiver claim from San Francisco
on 8/25/10...outrighted off the Astros 40-man roster on 11/1.
vs. LHP: .113 (6x53)
vs. RHP: .276 (42x152)
Career: .234-2-12 (48x205)
Home: .233 (24x103)
Road: .235 (24x102)
Long Streak: 5, .588, 10x17, 6/3-7/17
• the 2011 Rule 5 draft pick posted a .234 batting average across 80 MLB
games...made 48 starts on the season, including 38 at shortstop, 6 at
third base and 4 at second base.
• remained on the Astros roster the entire season other than a couple
stints on the paternity list (4/27-30) and the disabled list (6/8-7/15)...
his DL time was accrued while recovering from a bruised right heel...
also missed over 2 weeks (8/31-9/19) of games with a left ankle sprain.
• started at shortstop for Houston on Opening Day on 4/6 vs. COL; also
started the 1st 6 games of the season at the position while SS Jed Lowrie
began the year on the disabled list...recorded his 1st MLB hit on 4/7 vs.
COL, a double off LHP Jamie Moyer...hit his 1st MLB homer on 5/14 at
PHI, which came as a pinch-hitter, off of RHP Joe Blanton.
• went 3x4 with 3 runs scored on 4/9 vs. ATL (his 4th career game)...is 1
of 3 Astros to record 3+ hits and 3+ runs in the same game w/in his 1st
4 career games...the last Astro to do so was Kenny Lofton in his MLB
debut on 9/14/91 at CIN.
• was the 1st of 2 Astros players to hit their 1st MLB home run as a pinchhitter this season on 5/14 at PHI (also, Barnes on 8/13 vs. CHC)...prior
to this season, the last Astro to hit his 1st ML HR as a PH was Mark Saccomanno on 9/8/08.
• hit .290 (27x93) with a .353 OBP over a 29-game stretch from 5/25-8/6.
• had a career day on 7/29 vs. PIT, going 3x5 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI,
helping to snap an Astros 12-game losing streak.
• hit .333 (13x39) with 1 homer and 10 RBI in his 13 games on his injury
rehab assignment with Triple A OKC.
• after a slow start this spring, posted a .304 (7x23) average with 5 walks
in his last 10 games, which helped him earn a spot on the Major League
roster.
• was selected by BOS in the Rule 5 draft this offseason before being
traded to Houston in exchange for RHP Marco Duarte...even though
he was acquired in a trade, his Rule 5 status still applied.

23 IF Tyler Greene

13 IF Brandon Laird

21 OF Fernando Martinez

.257 (9x35), 1 HR, 4 RBI

vs. LHP: .211 (4x19)
vs. RHP: .313 (5x16)
Career: .232-1-5 (13x56)
Home: .222 (4x18)
Road: .294 (5x17)
Long Streak: 3, .500, 4x8, 9/23-9/25
• appeared in 17 games with the Astros, making 5 starts at third base
and 3 starts at first base...marked his only MLB action in 2012.
• played almost the entire minor league season at Triple A Scranton/
Wilkes-Barre in the Yankees organization before being designated
for assignment on 8/27...claimed off waivers by the Astros on 9/1 and
reported to the MLB club...finished his season with Houston.
• hit his 1st MLB home run on 9/5 at PIT, a 2-run shot off RHP Jason Grille,
in what was his 2nd game as an Astro.
• hit .292 (7x24) over his final 10 games of the season (beginning on
9/19).
• while with Triple A Scranton/WB this season, hit .254 (128x503) with 31
doubles, 15 HR and 77 RBI in 130 games.

.237 (28x118), 6 HR, 14 RBI

vs. LHP: .077 (1x13)
vs. RHP: .257 (27x105)
Career: .209-8-26 (52x249)
Home: .197 (14x71)
Road: .298 (14x47)
Long Streak: 5 (2x), last, .467, 7x15, 9/26-10/1
• played in a career-high 41 games, posting a .466 slugging percentage…
did not make an error in 31 games in left field and 6 games in right field.
• began the season with Triple A OKC before getting recalled on 6/2…
placed on the 7-day DL on 6/9 due to post-concussion syndrome…
activated from the DL and optioned to Triple A on 6/26…officially
recalled from Triple A on 8/9 and remained with the club through the
end of the season.
• homered in 3 consecutive games from 9/28-10/1…went 6x17 (.353)
with 3 homers, 4 RBI and a .941 slugging percentage on the final road
trip of the season (9/28-10/2).
• hit .308 (16x52) with 3 homers and a .990 OPS (.413 OBP/.577 SLG) in
his last 20 games of the season (since 9/1)…his .990 OPS ranked 6th in
the National League during that span (min. 60 plate appearances).
• from 8/14 to the end of the season, hit 6 homers in 90 at-bats…over
that span, ranked T-7th in the NL with 15 at-bats per homer (min. 100
plate appearances).
• in 90 games with Triple A OKC, hit .314 (107x341) with 23 doubles, 13
homers, 62 RBI, a .367 on-base percentage and a .507 slugging percentage...named OKC’s Defensive Player of the Month in April.
• was claimed off waivers by Houston from the New York Mets on 1/11/12.

.230 (70x305), 11 HR, 30 RBI 14 OF J.D. Martinez

vs. LHP: .280 (33x118)

vs. RHP: .198 (37x187) Career: .224-16-58 (139x621)
Home: .248 (36x145)
Road: .213 (34x160)
Long Streak: 4, .368, 7x19, 8/11-14
• combined to hit .230 on the season while with St. Louis (77g) and
Houston (39g)...hit .246 (31x126) with 7 home runs and 11 RBI in his 39
games with the Astros...started 30 games with Houston at shortstop
and 3 at second base.
• began the year with the Cardinals before being acquired by the Astros
in exchange for a PTBNL or cash considerations on 8/9.
• was extremely productive at Minute Maid Park this season, posting
a .279 (19x68) average with 6 homers and 10 RBI in 25 games at the
venue...2 of those homers came as a Cardinal on 5/6, in a game that
Greene went 3x3 with 4 RBI against the Astros.
• made his 1st start with the Astros on 8/11 vs. MIL, collecting a double
and a homer...prior to Greene, the last player to record 2+ extra-base
hits in his 1st start in a Houston uniform was Vinny Castilla, who hit 2
doubles and a home run at CHC on 5/15/01.
• prior to this season, had spent his entire career in the Cardinals organization after being selected with the 30th overall pick in the 2005 draft...at
the time of his selection, Astros GM Jeff Luhnow was running the draft
for the Cardinals.

.244 (83x340), 16 HR, 42 RBI

vs. LHP: .184 (16x87)
vs. RHP: .265 (67x253) Career: .250-35-159 (287x1148)
Home: .262 (43x164)
Road: .227 (40x176)
Long Streak: 9, .469, 15x32, 4/27-5/6
• the 5-year pro set career highs in games (97), at-bats (340), runs (43),
hits (83), home runs (16) and walks (43)...led the club in walks.
• posted 16 home runs as the Astros shortstop, which ranked 2nd on
the club and 3rd among all NL shortstops...also ranked 2nd among NL
shortstops with his .436 slugging percentage...his 16 home runs rank
2nd in franchise history among shortstops in a single season, trailing
only Dickie Thon’s 20 homers in 1983.
• traditionally a stronger performer while batting right-handed, reversed
that trend this season, posting a .265 (67x253) average while batting
left-handed and a .184 (16x84) mark against lefties.
• played 93 games (90 starts) at shortstop, posting a .980 fielding percentage at the position...led all NL shortstops in fielding percentage
(min. 90g) and ranked 7th in the Majors...finished his season by not
committing an error in his final 31 games (116 total chances) (since
6/26)...also began his season with a 23-game errorless streak before
committing his 1st error on 5/9 vs. MIA.
• began the season on the disabled list and missed the 1st 6 games of
the season with a sprained right thumb...activated on 4/13...sustained
a sprained right ankle, which placed him on the DL for a second time
from 7/15-9/11...missed 52 team games in that stretch.
• tied his career high with a 9-game hit streak from 4/27-5/6, during
which he hit .469 with 3 HR and 9 RBI.
• hit home runs in 3 consecutive games from 6/7-9, becoming the 1st
Astros shortstop to do so since Andujar Cedeno from 4/9-12/94...prior
to Lowrie, the last Astro at any position to homer in 3 straight games
was Lance Berkman (4 games) from 7/4-8/2010.
• combined to play in 6 minor league games this season while on injury
rehab assignments, including 4 playoff games...appeared in games for
Double A Corpus Christi and Class A Lancaster during their playoff runs
in September.
• acquired last offseason by HOU along with RHP Kyle Weiland from Boston in exchange for RHP Mark Melancon...originally was a supplemental
1st round selection by Boston in the 2005 draft (45th pick overall).

.241 (95x395), 11 HR, 55 RBI

vs. LHP: .255 (27x106)
vs. RHP: .235 (68x289) Career: .252-17-90 (152x603)
Home: .256 (50x195)
Road: .225 (45x200)
Long Streak: 9, .371, 13x35, 4/6-15
• led the club with 55 RBI in the 2nd extended MLB action of his career…
ranked T-3rd on the club with 40 walks and 3rd with 11 home runs
(all of which came in the 1st half )…ranked T-3rd in the NL among left
fielders with 9 outfield assists…in nearly 1 full season of games in his
career (166 games), owns a .252 (152x603) average with 27 doubles,
17 homers and 90 RBI.
• began the season as the everyday LF before getting optioned to Triple
A on 8/7…recalled on 9/4…had surgery on 9/26 to remove the hook
of the hamate bone in his left hand…his recovery time is expected to
be 4-6 weeks from the date of the surgery.
• started the season with a 9-game hitting streak from 4/6-15 where he hit
.371 (13x35) with 3 homers and 10 RBI…was the longest hitting streak
by an Astro to begin a season since Craig Biggio also had a 9-gamer to
open the 2005 season (4/5-15/2005).
• ranked 3rd in the NL in walks (18), T-4th in RBI (20) and T-5th in on-base
percentage (.414.) from 4/6-5/2.
• a native of Miami, Martinez hit the 1st regular season home run at
Marlins Park in Miami on 4/13.
• belted his 1st career grand slam and the club’s 3rd of the season against
LHP Barry Zito at SF on 6/14.
• in 15 games from 6/16-7/2, hit .308 (16x52) with 4 doubles, 3 homers,
10 RBI and a .915 OPS (.357 OBP/.558 SLG)… hit the 3 homers over a
4-game span from 6/23-26.
• did not make an error in his first 74 games in the outfield in 2012…had
a 101-game errorless streak, spanning 2 seasons from 9/3/11-7/18/12.
• recorded a hit in 7 of his 12 games (.303, 10x33) after his final recall
from Triple A on 9/4.
• hit .233 (21x90) with 6 doubles and 4 RBI in 23 games with Triple A OKC.
• was drafted by Houston in the 20th round of the June 2009 draft.

44 OF Justin Maxwell

.229 (72x315), 18 HR, 53 RBI 1 OF Jordan Schafer

vs. LHP: .272 (28x103)
vs. RHP: .208 (44x212) Career: .217-27-79 (116x534)
Home: .228 (36x158)
Road: .229 (36x157)
Long Streak: 10, .324, 11x34, 9/7-16
• played in a career-high 124 games, posting a club-high 18 home runs
in only 315 at-bats...ranked 2nd on the club in RBI...oddly enough, hit
8 of his 18 homers in games started by RHP Lucas Harrell.
• finished his season with 3 pinch-hit homers, which ranked T-2nd in the
Majors...hit .250 (7x28) with a .313 OBP in the pinch.
• played all 3 outfield positions, making 47 starts in CF, 17 in LF and 13
in RF...appeared in all 3 OF positions in the same game 4 times this
season...Maxwell is the 4th player in franchise history to do this and
the only player to do this multiple times, most recently accomplished
by Thomas Howard on 9/18/97 at PIT.
• began his season in the Yankees system before being designated for
assignment following Spring Training on 4/4... hit .310 (13x42) with
11 RBI in 27 games for the Yankees this spring...claimed off waivers by
Houston on 4/8...spent the entire season with the Astros other than a
DL trip from 6/26-7/13 because of loose bodies in his left ankle.
• homered as a pinch-hitter in his 1st plate appearace as an Astro on 4/9
vs. ATL...marked the 1st Astro to homer in his 1st PA with the club since
LHP Gustavo Chacin on 5/21/10 vs. WSH.
• according to ESPN’s Home Run Tracker, hit a 471’ home run on 5/28 at
COL, which was the 6th-longest home run in the Majors this season.
• was 4x4 with 2 home runs and drove in all 3 runs in the Astros’ 3-2 win
on 8/4 at ATL...became the second Houston center fielder in franchise
history to go 4x4 or better in a game with 2 homers...the last to do so
was Jimmy Wynn, who also went 4x4 with 2 home runs on 6/5/66 at
PIT.
• had a career-long 10-game hitting streak this season from 9/7-16, during
which he hit .324 (11x34) with 3 HR and 9 RBI...marked the club’s only
double-digit streak of the season.
• played in 5 minor league games this season on an injury rehab assignment, hitting .222 (4x18).

46 IF/OF Scott Moore

.259 (52x201), 9 HR, 26 RBI

vs. LHP: .182 (2x11)
vs. RHP: .263 (50x190)
Career: .242-16-53 (93x385)
Home: .307 (27x88)
Road: .221 (25x113)
Long Streak: 9, .306, 11x36, 6/28-7/13
• played in 72 games for Houston, starting games at 5 different positions,
including third base (22gs), first base (15gs), right field (12gs), second
base (3gs) and left field (1gs)...had success as a pinch-hitter, going 3x5
with 5 walks in the pinch this season.
• hit .378 (17x45) with a 1.062 OPS (.462OBP/.600SLG) in September for the
club.
• started the season with Triple A OKC…was promoted to Houston on 6/28
and finished the remainder of the season with the club.
• homered in back-to-back games twice this season (7/6-7 and 8/14-15)…
finished the season with 9 home runs in 72 games with the Astros.
• recorded his first career walk-off hit on 8/11…hit a bases load single to
drive in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning, securing the
Astros victory.
• played in 73 minor league games with OKC…hit .318 (78x245) with the
RedHawks before his call up on 6/28…recorded 54 RBI and 10 HR before
his promotion to Houston...named OKC’s Offensive Player of the Month
in April after hitting .397 (25x63) with 12 doubles and 21 RBI in 23 games.
• signed a minor league contract with the Astros and invited to Major
League Spring Training on 11/15/11.

38 IF/OF Jimmy Paredes

.189 (14x74), 0 HR, 3 RBI

vs. LHP: .063 (1x16)
vs. RHP: .224 (13x58)
Career: .256-2-21 (62x242)
Home: .163 (7x43)
Road: .226 (7x31)
Long Streak: 4, .294, 5x17, 9/9-13
• made 18 starts with the Astros: RF (13), 2B (4), LF (1)...entered this season
as a 2B before moving to the OF in late July...started his last 18g with Triple
A OKC in CF.
• played the majority of the season in the minors with OKC…was called
up by Houston on 8/28, where he played in 24 of the club’s remaining 34
games.
• was named MVP of the RedHawks after hitting .318 (167x507) with 13
home runs in 124 games with the club…ranked T-1st in the PCL in steals
with 37, 2nd in hits (167) and total bases (242) and 3rd in runs scored (92)
at the time of his call up to Houston.
• was named OKC Offensive Player of the Month for both July and August,
along with being named a 2012 PCL Mid-Season All-Star.
• was acquired by the Astros from the Yankees in 2010 as part of the return
in the Lance Berkman trade.

.211 (66x313), 4 HR, 23 RBI

vs. LHP: .100 (5x50)
vs. RHP: .232 (61x263)
Career: .221-8-44 (173x782)
Home: .214 (30x140)
Road: .208 (36x173)
Long Streak: 8, .294, 10x34, 4/22-30
• went 27-for-36 in stolen base attempts this season.
• did not make an error until his 50th game this season (6/15)…only
recorded 2 errors all season in 184 total chances for a .989 fielding
percentage.
• on DL from 8/7-31 with left shoulder separation...reinstated from 15-day
DL on 9/1.
• played in 87 games...made 82 starts, all in CF...had 4 outfield assists.
• reached base safely in his 1st 25 games he played this season...marks
the longest on-base streak of his career…by reaching base in his 1st
25 games to start a season, he tied the club record, set by Denis Menke
in 1969.
• hit 1st career grand slam vs. LAD on 4/22...1st by an Astro since Brian
Bogusevic’s walk-off slam on 8/16/11 vs. CHC…became the 10th player
in franchise history to hit a slam while batting leadoff and the 1st since
Craig Biggio on 7/24/07 vs. LAD at Minute Maid Park.
• played in 5 minor league games with the GCL Astros (1g) and with Triple
A OKC (4g) on a rehab assignment from 8/25-8/31…hit .200 (3x15)
during his rehab assignment…stole 2 bases in 5 games in the minors
before being recalled on 9/1.
• originally acquired by Houston from Atlanta along with RHPs Juan
Abreu and Paul Clemens and LHP Brett Oberholtzer in exchange for OF
Michael Bourn on 7/31/11...outrighted off the Astros 40-man roster on
11/1 and claimed by Atlanta.

18 C Chris Snyder

.176 (39x221), 7 HR, 24 RBI

29 IF Brett Wallace

.253 (58x229), 9 HR, 24 RBI

vs. LHP: .169 (13x77)
vs. RHP: .181 (26x144) Career: .225-77-297 (465x2067)
Home: .183 (20x109)
Road: .170 (19x112)
Long Streak: 5, .438, 7x16, 8/12-24
• his 67 starts at catcher this season were his most since a career-high 106
in 2006 for ARI.
• in 72 games behind the plate, he recorded a club high 15 catcher caught
stealings…he was 15 of 60 in catching attempting base stealers.
• caught 26 of the 32 games pitched by RHP Lucas Harrell…Harrell
went 11-9 with Snyder behind the plate, while posting a 3.46 ERA
(62ER/161.1IP)...without Snyder behind the plate, Harrell went 0-2 with
a 5.29 ERA (19ER/32.1IP).
• his 7 HR were the most by an Astros catcher since Pudge Rodriguez had
8 in 2009.
• was 1 of 3 players to spend his entire season on the club’s active roster
(Altuve, Bogusevic)
• originally acquired through free agency on 1/20/12...had his 2013 club
option declined on 11/1.
vs. LHP: .273 (15x55)
vs. RHP: .247 (43x174) Career: .250-16-66 (177x709)
Long Streak: 7, .400, 10x25, 6/3-10
Home: .257 (26x101)
Road: .250 (32x128)
• hit .279 with 2 HR off lefties this season...during his time at Triple A this
year, hit .354 (35x99) with 8 HR off of left-handed pitching.
• went 3x4, hitting two home runs (3 RBI, 2 R) against MIL on 8/1…it was
his 1st career 2-HR game.
• hit 9 HR in his 66g in 2012...hit 5 total in his 115 MLB games last year.
• started the season with Triple A OKC…was promoted to Houston
on 6/3…was optioned back down to OKC on 6/19…was recalled by
Houston on 7/30 and remained with the club for the remainder of the
season, playing 55 games in his final stint with the Astros.
• played in 86 minor league games with Triple A OKC…hit .300 (93x310)
with the RedHawks over the course of two stints with the club (4/5-6/2
and 6/19-7/28)…recorded 57 RBI and 16 HR during that span.
• originally acquired via trade from Toronto in exchange for OF Anthony
Gose on 7/29/10.

ASTROS HITTERS

Altuve
Barnes
Bogusevic
Castro
Corporan
Dominguez
Downs
Gonzalez
Greene
Laird
Lowrie
Martinez, F
Martinez, J
Maxwell
Moore
Paredes
Schafer
Snyder
Wallace

ASTROS 2012 HITTING:
AVG
AB H HR
RBI
.290 576 167
7 37
.204
98
20 1 7
.203 355 72 7 28
.257 257 66 6 29
.269 78
21 4 13
.284 109 31 5 16
.202 178 36 8 16
.234 205 48 2 12
.230
305
70 11 30
.257
35
9 1 4
.244
340
83 16 42
.237
118
28
6
14
.241
395
95 11 55
.229
315
72 18 53
.259 201 52 9 26
.189
74
14 0 3
.211 313 66 4 23
.176 221 39 7 24
.253 229 58 9 24

Altuve
Barnes
Bogusevic
Castro
Corporan
Dominguez
Downs
Gonzalez
Greene
Laird
Lowrie
Martinez, F
Martinez, J
Maxwell
Moore
Paredes
Schafer
Snyder
Wallace

ASTROS CAREER HITTING:
AVG
AB H HR
RBI
.286 797 228
9 49
.204
98
20 1 7
.227
547
124 11 46
.235 452 106
8 37
.219 233 51 4 24
.273 154 42 5 18
.230
527
121 20 66
.234 205 48 2 12
.224
621
139 16 58
.232
56
13 1 5
.250 1148 287 35 159
.209
249
52
8
26
.252
603
152 17 90
.217
534
116 27 79
.242
385
93 16 53
.256 242 62 2 21
.221 782 173
8 44
.225 2067 465 77 297
.250
709
177 16 66

STARTS BY LINEUP/POSITION
2012 Starting Lineups
By Batting Order:
1: Altuve (29-55); Schafer (18-40); Greene (3-3); Paredes (3-2); Bixler (2-2); Maxwell
(0-2); Barnes (0-1); Gonzalez (0-1); Lowrie (0-1)
2: Altuve (16-32); Lowrie (13-20); Gonzalez (5-20); Moore (6-7); Bixler (4-5); Greene
(2-6); F. Martinez (3-3); Paredes (2-3); Bogusevic (2-2); Barnes (1-3); Schafer (1-3);
Downs (0-2); Maxwell (0-1)
3: Wallace (12-24); J.Martinez (15-17); Lowrie (9-22); Moore (3-10); Lee (4-6); Maxwell
(4-6); Pearce (0-8); Buck (3-1); F.Martinez (2-1); Dominguez (1-2); Francisco (1-2);
Bogusevic (0-3); Altuve (1-1); Downs (0-2); Johnson (0-2)
4: Lee (22-34); Maxwell (12-21); J. Martinez (7-25); Bogusevic (3-4); Wallace (1-5);
Moore (2-3); F. Martinez (2-2); Francisco (1-3); Castro (0-4); Johnson (0-4); Pearce
(2-1); Dominguez (2-0); Buck (1-0); Paredes (0-1)
5: Bogusevic (10-16); Lowrie (11-11); Johnson (7-13); J. Martinez (2-10); Moore (210); Maxwell (2-8); Wallace (7-4); Downs (4-5); Buck (1-7); Castro (1-6); F. Martinez
(3-2); Dominguez (2-3); Francisco (0-4); Pearce (2-1); Greene (0-3); Corporan (1-1);
Paredes (0-2); Snyder (0-1)
6: Johnson (15-28); Bogusevic (11-12); Castro (6-7); Maxwell (2-7); Dominguez (6-3);
Downs (3-6); J. Martinez (2-7); Wallace (3-3); F.Martinez (1-5); Francisco (0-6); Laird
(0-5); Moore (0-4); Greene (1-3); Barnes (1-2); Corporan (2-1); Lowrie (1-2); Snyder
(1-1); Buck (0-2); Pearce (0-2); Altuve (0-1)
7: Castro (9-15); Johnson (9-11); Snyder (8-14); J.Martinez (8-10); Bogusevic (2-10);
Downs (4-6); Maxwell (5-3); Schafer (2-6); F.Martinez (5-1); Barnes (0-6); Corporan
(0-5); Moore (1-3); Dominguez (1-3); Gonzalez (0-4); Bixler (0-3); Paredes (1-1); Buck
(0-2); Greene (0-2); Francisco (0-1); Laird (0-1)
8: Snyder (12-28); Castro (11-13); Gonzalez (5-13); Schafer (6-6); Corporan (3-9);
Greene (6-4); Barnes (3-7); Altuve (2-5); Bogusevic (2-4); Maxwell (2-2); Dominguez (1-3); Downs (0-3); F.Martinez (0-3); Paredes (0-3); Laird (1-1); Moore (0-2); J.
Martinez (1-0); Bixler (0-1)
9: Harrell (13-17); Norris (11-18); Lyles (6-17); W. Rodriguez (6-14); Happ (8-10);
Keuchel (4-11); E.Gonzalez (4-2); Abad (0-6); Galarraga (0-5); Weiland (0-3); Bogusevic (1-1); Snyder (1-1); A. Rodriguez (1-0); Bixler (0-1); Castro (0-1)

Record by Days

Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun.
7-14 8-16 6-19 4-10 10-16
11-15
9-17

Multi-Hit Games
Altuve
Barnes
Bogusevic
Castro
Corporan
Dominguez
Downs
Gonzalez
Greene
Laird
Lowrie
Martinez, F
Martinez, J
Maxwell
Moore
Paredes
Schafer
Snyder
Wallace

2
38
3
10
15
6
6
5
7
9
2
16
5
19
13
9
2
10
5
11

3
11
-
2
2
-
2
1
4
4
-
3
-
5
-
2
-
3
-
4

4
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
-
-

5+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

Total
51
3
12
17
6
8
6
11
13
2
19
5
24
14
11
2
14
5
15

Career-High
4 (2x) - 6/5/12 vs. STL
2 (3x) - 9/20/12 at STL
3 (5x) - 5/28/12 at COL
3 (2x) - 6/6/12 vs. STL
3 (2x) - 8/19/11 vs. SF
3 (3x) - 9/20/12 at STL
3 (3x) - 7/18/12 at SD
3 (4x) - 7/29/12 vs. PIT
3 (6x) - 6/15/12 vs. KC
2 (2x) - 9/25 vs. STL
4 (2x) - 4/18/11 vs. TOR
2 (10x) - 10/1/12 at CHC
3 (12x) - 7/27/12 vs. PIT
4 - 8/4/12 at ATL
3 (3x) - 9/23/12 vs. PIT
3 (4x) - 9/17 at CHC
5 - 6/16/11 vs. NYM
4 - 4/9/05 vs. PIT
3 (10x) - 9/3/12 at PIT

By Defensive Position:
C: Castro (27-46); Snyder (22-45); Corporan (6-16)
1B: Lee (26-39); Wallace (20-34); Downs (2-12); Moore (5-10); Pearce (1-6); Johnson
(1-3); Laird (0-3)
2B: Altuve (48-94); Gonzalez (0-4); Bixler (2-2); Paredes (2-2); Moore (1-2); Greene
(1-2); Downs (1-1)
SS: Lowrie (34-56); Gonzalez (9-29); Greene (11-19); Bixler (1-3)
3B: Johnson (30-55); Dominguez (13-14); Moore (2-20); Downs (5-6); Gonzalez
(1-5); Wallace (3-2); Laird (1-4); Bixler (0-1)
LF: J.Martinez (33-64); F.Martinez (14-15); Maxwell (4-13); Buck (2-6); Francisco
(1-5); Bixler (1-1); Moore (0-1); Pearce (0-1); Paredes (0-1)
CF: Schafer (27-55); Maxwell (19-28); Barnes (5-18); Bogusevic (4-6)
RF: Bogusevic (27-46); Paredes (4-9); Moore (6-6); Maxwell (4-9); Francisco (1-11);
Buck (3-6); Pearce (3-5); Bixler (2-5); Downs (3-5); F.Martinez (2-4); Barnes (0-1)
DH: J.Martinez (2-3); Lee (0-1)

OUTFIELD ASSISTS

J.D. Martinez
Brian Bogusevic
Justin Maxwell
Jordan Schafer
Brandon Barnes
Matt Downs
Fernando Martinez
Jimmy Paredes

Record By Months

April May June July August Sept. Oct.
9-14 13-15 10-17 3-24 5-22 13-14 2-1
Multi-RBI Games
Altuve
Barnes
Bogusevic
Castro
Corporan
Dominguez
Downs
Gonzalez
Greene
Laird
Lowrie
Martinez, F
Martinez, J
Maxwell
Moore
Paredes
Schafer
Snyder
Wallace

Lowrie
Escalona
Cruz
Weiland
Abad
Buck
Lee
Gonzalez
F.Martinez
Lopez
Norris
Maxwell
Castro
Lowrie
Cordero
Schafer

sprained right thumb
torn ulnar collateral ligament
sprained right ankle
right shoulder soreness
right intercostal strain
right Achilles tendinitis
left hamstring strain
bruised right heel
post-concussion syndrome
sprained right elbow
sprained left knee
loose bodies in left ankle
right knee effusion
sprained rt ankle/injured nerve
right foot sesamoiditis
left shoulder separation

Date On

2
5
-
4
3
3
2
2
1
6
2
7
2
9
9
4
-
2
5
1

3
2
-
2
2
-
3
-
1
-
-
3
1
4
4
1
-
1
1
3

4
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
-
-

5+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

Total
7
-
6
5
3
5
3
2
7
2
10
3
14
13
5
-
4
6
4

Career-High
3 (2x) - 6/10/12 at CWS
1 (multiple times)
4 - 8/16/11 vs. CHC
3 (3x) - 9/22/12 vs. PIT
3 - 9/10/11 at WSH
3 (3x) - 9/13/12 vs. PHI
4 - 7/18/12 at SD
3 - 7/29/12 vs. PIT
4 - 5/6/12 at HOU
2 (2x) - 9/20/12 at STL
4 (3x) - 9/19/11 vs. BAL
3 - 8/14/12 at CHC
4 (3x) - 6/14/12 at SF
4 (3x) - 9/15/10 at ATL
4 - 9/8/07 vs. BOS
2 (5x) - 9/27 vs. STL
4 - 4/22/12 vs. LAD
5 (4x) - 4/11/10 vs. PIT
3 (3x) - 9/3/12 at PIT

RUNS BY INNING

DISABLED LIST
Player Injury

9
5
5
4
3
1
1
1

Date Off

3/29
4/12
4/6
4/24
5/9
4/25
5/26
6/15
5/29
6/26
6/2
6/17
6/7
7/15
6/9
6/26
6/11
7/9
6/12
6/29
6/26
7/13
7/8
8/13
7/15
9/11
8/2
9/10
8/7
9/1

Games Missed
6 (3-3)
162 (55-107)
13 (8-5)
143 (49-94)
18 (5-13)
24 (8-16)
13 (5-8)
32 (9-23)
15 (5-10)
26 (7-19)
16 (6-10)
13 (3-10)
31 (5-26)
52 (11-41)
33 (9-24)
21 (4-17)

Astros
Opp.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total
79 59 53 79 60 63 41 79 45 1
583
97 77 80 90 116 96 68 92 62 13
794

Catchers Statistics Team
Player
CS/ATT % PO PB Record ERA
Castro
12/69 .174 3 8 27-46 4.34 (312ER/646.2IP)
Corporan 5/19 .263 2 2 6-16 4.85 (100ER/185.2IP)
Snyder
15/75 .200 0 3 22-45 4.71 (309ER/591.0IP)
Pitchers
4/4
1.000 3 0 0-0
0.00
TOTAL
36/167 .216 8 13 55-107 4.56 (721ER/1423.1IP)

2012
Starters
Relievers

2012 HOUSTON ASTROS PITCHING

W-L-S ERA IP H R ER BB-I SO
43-76-0
4.62 918.2
954 523 472 344-15
699
12-31-31
4.46 504.2
539 271 250 196-25
471

2012 Houston Astros Starting Pitchers
Pitcher
Last Start
Result
Streak GS

Harrell
Norris
Lyles
W. Rodriguez
Happ
Keuchel
Abad
Gonzalez
Galarraga
Weiland
A. Rodriguez

10/01 vs. CHC (6.0,2,0,0,1,7)
10/2 at CHC (6,4,0,0,2,4)
9/30 vs. MIL (9,4,0,0,1,3)
7/23 vs. CIN (6,7,3,3,3,6)
7/16 at SD (6.1,4,0,0,1,4)
9/29 at MIL (2.1,8,7,7,1,2)
9/24 vs. STL (1.2,0,1,1,1,2)
10/3 at CHC (3.1,5,4,4,4,1)
8/19 vs. ARI (3.2,6,5,5,2,1)
4/21 vs. LAD (7,6,3,3,1,6)
5/8 vs. MIA (6,2,2,2,2,6)

W, 3-0
W, 3-0
W, 7-0
L, 3-8
W, 2-0
L 5-9
L 1-6
L, 4-5
L, 1-8
L, 1-5
W, 3-2

W 1
W 2
W 1
L 3
W 1
L 1
L 6
L 1
L 4
L 3
-

32
29
25
21
18
16
6
6
5
3
1

Run Supp Team
Avg.
P/GS
SB/CS Record

4.09
3.74
3.95
5.03
3.88
4.22
1.38
7.92
2.63
2.04
3.00

100
97
95
96
102
87
70
71
87
101
78

58 LHP FERNANDO ABAD 0-6-0, 5.09 ERA (26ER/46IP), 37G/6GS

vs. LH: .277 (18x65), 2HR, 14K, 5BB
vs. RH: .331 (39x118), 4HR, 24K, 14BB
First Half: 0-0-0, 2.95 ERA (6ER/18.1IP), 24G/0GS Second Half: 0-6-0, 6.51 ERA (20ER/27.2IP), 13G/6GS
• made 37 appearances, including the first 6 MLB starts of his career...
set career highs in appearances, innings and strikeouts (38).
• reliever-turned-starter spent the first 4 months of the year in Houston
and Triple A OKC’s bullpen...made the Opening Day roster before being
optioned to Triple A on 4/12 and recalled on 4/27...placed on the DL
on 5/27 (right intercostal strain) and reinstated on 6/15...optioned to
OKC on 7/28 and he transitioned into a starter...was recalled on 8/25
and completed his season in the Astros starting rotation.
• made his 1st Major League start on 8/25 at NYM, where he received
the loss after allowing 1 run on 4 hits in 4.0 innings of work.
• went 2-0 with a 3.90 ERA (12ER/27.2IP) in 13 appearances (3 starts) with
OKC...in his 3 starts with OKC before his final recall to Houston (8/25),
posted a 1-0 record and a 4.50 ERA (7ER/14IP).
• originally signed by Houston as an undrafted free agent out of the
Dominican Republic in 2002...the 2012 season was his 10th in the
Astros organization...outrighted off the Astros 40-man roster on 11/1.

62 RHP HECTOR AMBRIZ 1-1-0, 4.19 ERA (9ER/19.1IP), 18G

vs. LH: .174 (4x23), 0HR, 8K, 2BB
vs. RH: .222 (10x45), 0HR, 14K, 9BB
First Half: --- Second Half: 1-1-0, 4.19 ERA (9ER/19.1IP), 18G
• appeared in 18 games for the Astros in his 1st MLB action since 2010...
struck out 22 batters in his 19.1 innings pitched...did not allow a run in
13 of his 18 appearances (13IP)...did not allow a home run.
• began the season with the CLE organization at Columbus (AAA)...assigned to Triple A OKC upon signing as a minor league free agent on
6/21...had his contract purchased by Houston on 8/22.
• earned the 1st Major League win of his career on 9/7 at CIN in what
was the 42nd MLB game of his career...tossed 0.2 of a scoreless inning
in the outing.
• had a stretch of 6-straight scoreless appearances, spanning 6.0 innings
from 9/13-22...struck out 8 batters and did not issue a walk during that
span.
• appeared in 38 games (1 start) between Triple A Columbus and Triple A
OKC, posting a combined 1-2 record with a 3.45 ERA (22ER/57.1IP) and
43 strikeouts...went 1-1 with a 3.33 ERA (9ER/24.1IP) and 18 strikeouts
in his 18 appearances with OKC.
• signed with the Astros as a minor league free agent on 6/21.

63 LHP XAVIER CEDENO

0-1-1, 3.77 ERA (13ER/31IP), 44G

55 RHP RHINER CRUZ

1-1-0, 6.05 ERA (37ER/55IP), 52G

vs. LH: .213 (13x61), 2HR, 27K, 7BB
vs. RH: .298 (17x57), 1HR, 9K, 7BB
First Half: 0-0-1, 2.89 ERA (3ER/9.1IP), 12G Second Half: 0-1-0, 4.15 ERA (10ER/21.2IP), 32G
• rookie southpaw appeared in 44 games during two stints with Houston...ranked T-6th in the NL in appearances among rookie relievers...
did not allow a run in 22 of his 23 games at Minute Maid Park in 2012...
allowed 7 hits in 13.0 innings, while posting 1 save and a .156 (7x45)
opponent’s batting average at the venue.
• began the season in the bullpen at Triple A OKC before getting his
contract purchased on 5/27...optioned on 6/29...recalled on 7/25 and
finished the season with the Astros
• tossed a career-high 3.0 innings on 6/13 at SF.
• picked up his 1st ML save on 6/18 vs. KC...ended the game by recording
a bases-loaded popout by Mike Moustakas (was his only batter faced).
• closed out the season with 12 strikeouts in 12-straight scoreless appearances (8.1IP) from 9/5-10/2...lefties hit just 1x19 (.053) off him in
that span, with all hitters going 4x29 (.138) against him.
• went 2-0 with a 2.28 ERA (7ER/27.2IP) in 22 relief appearances at OKC.
• was signed by Houston as a minor league free agent on 12/22/10.
vs. LH: .315 (28x89), 5HR, 19K, 11BB
vs. RH: .285 (37x130), 3HR, 27K, 18BB
First Half: 1-0-0, 6.35 ERA (20ER/28.1IP), 25G Second Half: 0-1-0, 5.74 ERA (17ER/26.2IP), 27G
• rookie hurler appeared in 52 games in what was his 1st action in the
Majors...the No. 1 overall selection in the Rule 5 Draft ranked 5th in the
NL in appearances among rookie relievers...finished 4th on the club in
relief appearances and 3rd in relief innings.
• placed on the DL on 4/24 (sprained right ankle)...reinstated on 5/9.
• was 1-0 with a 3.12 ERA (6ER/17.1IP) in 16 appearances through 5/31.
• from 6/28-7/18, posted a 1.13 ERA (1ER/8IP) in 7 games with 3 hits allowed (.115 opp. batting average)...allowed 16 runs in his final 22 games.
• selected by Houston as the 1st pick in the 2011 Rule 5 Draft from NYM.

18/5
13/9
10/4
10/4
7/1
9/2
0/2
4/0
5/0
0/2
1/0

14-18
11-18
6-19
7-14
8-10
4-12
0-6
4-2
0-5
0-3
1-0

GS Tm. W-L Tm. W-L
after L after L QS
during QS

24
18
16
14
9
11
3
3
5
2
1

8-16
8-10
5-11
4-10
3-6
2-9
0-3
3-0
0-5
0-2
1-0

14
17
10
12
12
6
0
0
0
1
1

66 RHP ENERIO DEL ROSARIO

9-5
10-7
4-6
5-7
7-5
3-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-0

0-0-0, 9.00 ERA (19ER/19IP), 19G

vs. LH: .425 (17x40), 1HR, 4K, 1BB
vs. RH: .370 (17x46), 0HR, 7K, 6BB
First Half: 0-0-0, 7.71 ERA (6ER/7.0IP), 6g Second Half: 0-0-0, 9.75 ERA (13ER/12.0IP), 13G
• made 19 appearances across 4 stints with the Astros this season...fared
better away from Minute Maid Park, posting a 4.35 ERA (5ER/10.1IP) in
9 road games.
• began the season in Triple A OKC’s bullpen before getting recalled on
5/1...optioned on 5/8...recalled on 5/21 and optioned on 5/28...recalled
from OKC on 7/5 before getting optioned back on 7/27...outrighted
off the 40-man roster on 7/28...had his contract purchased by HOU on
9/10...outrighted off the Astros 40-man roster on 10/26.
• made 36 appearances at Triple A OKC this season, posting a 5.01 ERA
(23ER/41.1IP)...held right-handed hitters to a .178 (13x73) average.
• acquired from CIN in exchange for cash considerations on 9/16/10.

28 RHP CHUCKIE FICK

0-1-0, 4.38 ERA (12ER/24.2IP), 20G

31 RHP EDGAR GONZALEZ

3-1-0, 5.04 ERA (14ER/25IP), 6G/GS

vs. LH: .419 (13x31), 1HR, 0K, 11BB
vs. RH: .233 (14x60), 3HR, 17K, 7BB
First Half: 0-0-0, 5.40 ERA (1ER/1.2IP), 2G Second Half: 0-1-0, 4.30 ERA (11ER/23.0IP), 18G
• rookie reliever made 18 appearances with Houston...owned a 2.70 ERA
(3ER/10IP) on the road.
• started the year in the bullpen with the Memphis Redbirds, the Triple A
affiliate for the St. Louis Cardinals...made 2 relief appearances with the
Cardinals’ ML club before being claimed by the Astros off waivers on
7/27...optioned to Triple A OKC on 8/25...recalled on 9/4 and finished
his season with the Astros.
• posted a 3.32 ERA (7ER/19IP) over his final 15 outings from 8/8-10/2...
had a scoreless appearance in 5 of his last 6 games.
• in 47 games between Triple A Memphis (STL) and Triple A OKC, had a
2-2 record with a 5.09 ERA (26ER/46IP) and 3 saves.
• claimed off waivers from STL on 7/27...was originally a 15th round
selection by STL in the June 2007 draft...outrighted off the Astros 40man roster on 11/3 and placed on OKC’s roster.
vs. LH: .279 (12x43), 2HR, 9K, 5BB
vs. RH: .208 (11x53), 1HR, 9K, 3BB
First Half: --- Second Half: 3-1-0, 5.04 ERA (14ER/25IP), 6G/GS
• made 6 starts for Houston after getting his contract purchased on 9/3...
was his 1st extended time in the Majors since 2009 when he made 26
appearances (6 starts) with OAK...the Astros were 4-2 in his 6 starts in
2012...allowed 1 run or less in 3 of his 6 starts...is just the 7th Mexican
born player to play for the Astros (last, Oscar Villarreal in 2008).
• began the season as a non-roster invitee with OAK before being released after Spring Training...signed a minor league deal with Colorado
and made 15 appearances (7 starts) with Triple A Colorado Springs...
released in June and went on to pitch for the Sultanes de Monterrey
of the Mexican League...signed to a minor league deal with Houston
on 8/23 before getting his contract purchased by the club on 9/3.
• his Astros debut on 9/3 at PIT was his 1st MLB appearance since 8/14/11
at STL, his 1st MLB start since 9/27/09 at LAA and his 1st MLB win since
8/24/08 at LAD.
• struck out 17 and issued just 4 walks over his first 5 starts (21.2IP) from
9/3-28.
• recorded all 3 of his wins in September, marking the 1st time in his
career to record 3 wins in a single calendar month.
• posted a combined 6-5 record with a 3.84 ERA (39ER/91.1IP) between
Triple A Colorado Springs (COL), Triple A OKC and the Sultanes de
Monterrey of the Mexican League...struck out 73 and walked just 17...
in his 2 starts with OKC, went 1-0 with a 0.69 ERA (1ER/13IP).
• signed with the Astros as a minor league free agent on 8/23...outrighted
off the Astros 40-man roster on 11/1.

64 RHP LUCAS HARRELL

11-11-0, 3.76 ERA (81ER/193.2IP), 32G/GS

vs. LH: .248 (80x323), 7HR, 74K, 48BB
vs. RH: .258 (105x407), 6HR, 66K, 30BB
First Half: 7-6-0, 4.56 ERA (52ER/102.2IP), 17G/GS Second Half: 4-5-0, 2.87 ERA (29ER/91IP), 15G/GS
• 27-year old rookie led the club in wins, innings pitched and starts...was
the club’s most consistent starting pitcher...went 5.0-or-more innings
in all but 1 of his 32 starts.
• ranked 2nd in the Majors in IP by a rookie...ranked 2nd among NL rookies in strikeouts and wins...was the only NL rookie to toss a CG shutout
(6/27 vs. SD).
• his 2.34 ERA (21ER/80.2IP) at home ranked 5th in the NL (min. 75 IP),
and 4th in Astros history among rookies (min. 10 starts)...ranked 5th
in the Majors and 3rd in the NL with a mark of 0.60 home runs allowed
per 9.0 innings (13HR/193.2IP).
• ranked 3rd in the Majors with a 2.44 GB/FB ratio...posted the 5th highest
GB/FB ratio all-time for a rookie in a single season since 1990.
• posted the 3rd-highest innings pitched total and the 4th-highest strikeout total by an Astros rookie in franchise history for a single season...
became 1 of just 8 Astros rookies all-time to record double-digit wins...
joined a select group with Robertson (2003-15W), Oswalt (2001-14W),
Deshaies (1986-12W), Griffin (1969-11W), Kerfeld (1986-11W), Rodriguez
(2005-10W) and Wilson (1967-10W).
• tossed 7.0 shutout innings, allowing 3 hits without issuing a walk in his
season debut on 4/7, in what was the Astros’ 2nd game of the year...
according to Elias, became the 1st Astros hurler to go at least 7.0 innings
without allowing a run or walk in his season debut since LHP Bob Knepper on 4/10/86.
• hurled the Astros’ 1st complete game shutout of the season on 6/27
vs. SD....allowed 6 hits and struck out 7 in what was his 1st career CG
SHO...became the 1st rookie pitcher to throw a complete game shutout
for Houston since RHP Taylor Buchholz on 5/21/06 vs. TEX.
• recorded his 10th win of the year on 8/14...became the 1st MLB rookie
to earn 10 wins before his team won 40 games since LHP Jeff Francis
did so in 2005 (Elias).
• from 7/14 to 8/14, limited his opponent to 2 runs or less in each of his 7
outings, a streak that hasn’t been accomplished by an Astro since Wandy
Rodriguez went 7 straight (7/2-8/9/09)...Harrell held his opponent to 2
runs or fewer in 16 of his 32 total starts.
• over his final 18 starts, posted a mark of 8.0 strikeouts per 9.0 innings
(100SO/112IP)...improved upon his mark of 5.0 SO/9IP (49SO/88.2IP)
over his first 15 starts...gave up just 5 homers over those final 18 starts.
• capped off the season with 6.0 shutout innings at CHC on 10/1.
• claimed by the Astros off waivers from CWS on 7/8/11...was originally
selected by CWS in the 4th round of the June 2004 draft.

60 LHP DALLAS KEUCHEL

3-8-0, 5.27 ERA (50ER/85.1IP), 16G/GS

vs. LH: .250 (18x72), 3HR, 8K, 8BB
vs. RH: .296 (75x253), 11HR, 30K, 31BB
First Half: 1-1-0, 2.45 ERA (7ER/25.2IP), 4G/GS Second Half: 2-7-0, 6.49 ERA (43ER/59.2IP), 12G/GS
• made 16 starts across 3 stints with the Astros...went 3-3 with a 2.95
ERA (20ER/61.0IP) in 10 starts at Minute Maid Park...his ERA at home
ranked 7th in Astros history among rookies for a single season (min.
10 starts)...his 1.57 GB/FB ratio (149GB/95FB) ranked 7th in the Majors
and 4th in the NL among rookie hurlers (min. 15 starts).
• started the year in Triple A OKC’s rotation...had his contract purchased
by Houston on 6/17 before getting optioned back to Triple A on 7/5...
recalled on 7/21 and optioned on 8/30...officially recalled on 9/4, where
he finished the season in the Astros’ starting rotation.
• made his ML debut on 6/17 at TEX, where he allowed just 1 run on 4
hits in 5.0 innings of work...was the 1st Astro to make his ML debut as
a starter since RHP Henry Sosa did so on 8/10/11 at ARI.
• hurled the Astros’ 1st CG of the season on 6/23 vs. CLE in what was his
2nd career ML start...allowed 1 run on 6 hits in his 9.0 innings, earning
his 1st ML win...was the 1st Astros rookie pitcher to record a CG since RHP
Taylor Buchholz went the distance on 5/21/06 vs. TEX...became the 1st
pitcher to throw a CG in either his 1st or 2nd Major League appearance
since RHP Clay Buchholz accomplished the feat on 9/1/07 (Elias).
• became the 1st pitcher to begin his Astros career by tossing 5+ innings
and allowing 1-or-fewer runs in 3 straight starts since Roger Clemens
did so from 4/7-18/2004.
• allowed 5.77 walks/9.0 innings (25BB/39IP) over his first 7 ML starts...
over his final 9 ML starts, gave up 2.72 walks/9.0 innings (14BB/46.1IP).
• in his 3 stints with Triple A OKC this season, went 6-4 with a 3.90 ERA
(40ER/92.1IP) in 16 starts...tossed 2 complete games...was named the
PCL Pitcher of the Week on 4/16.
• drafted by Houston in the 7th round of the 2009 draft out of the University of Arkansas.

RELIEF PITCHERS
62-Hector Ambriz
63-Xavier Cedeno
55-Rhiner Cruz
66-Enerio Del Rosario
28-Chuckie Fick
59-Wilton Lopez
43-Fernando Rodriguez
65-Mickey Storey
67-Jose Valdez
53-Wesley Wright
2012 BULLPEN TOTALS

1B/Ret.
17/11
45/29
52/32
19/14
18/10
64/45
71/47
26/22
12/6
77/45
533/354

RI/SC
10/4
45/14
26/12
15/3
14/6
28/9
56/14
15/4
5/1
45/16
311/101

59 RHP WILTON LOPEZ

6-3-10, 2.17 ERA (16ER/66.1IP), 64 G

41 RHP JORDAN LYLES

5-12-0, 5.09 ERA (80ER/141.1IP), 25G/GS

vs. LH: .231 (21x91), 1HR, 16K, 5BB
vs. RH: .261 (40x153), 3HR, 38K, 3BB
First Half: 3-0-0, 2.51 ERA (9ER/32.1IP), 32G Second Half: 3-3-10, 1.85 ERA (7ER/34IP), 32G
• recorded a career-high 10 saves after assuming the club’s closer role
in July...won a career-high 6 games, which led all Astros relievers...his
rate of 2.34 groundballs/flyball (103GB/44FB) was a career high.
• posted the lowest walks per 9.0 innings ratio among all NL relievers
with his mark of 1.09 (8BB/66.1IP)...is also the 2nd lowest walks per 9.0
innings ratio in franchise history, trailing his own 0.67 (5BB/67IP) mark,
set in 2010...ranked 2nd in strikeouts to walks ratio among NL relievers
with 6.75 (54SO/8BB).
• missed 26 games on a DL stint from 6/11-7/9 with a sprained right
elbow...aside from that stint, spent the rest of the season in the Astros
bullpen.
• began his season by facing 78 batters without allowing a walk (22.1IP),
which was the longest such streak to start a season since John Smoltz
faced 92 batters before his 1st walk in 2004.
• had a 10-game scoreless streak from 4/30-5/17 (10.2IP).
• posted a 1.53 ERA (5ER/29.1IP) in his last 28 appearances with 3 wins,
10 saves, 4 walks and 25 strikeouts...was successful in his final 8 save
opportunities.
• his 1.85 ERA (7ER/34IP) in the 2nd half ranked 7th in the Majors and
2nd in the National League among relievers.
• in 2 rehab appearances with Triple A OKC, gave up 3 runs in 2.0 innings.
• claimed off waivers by Houston from San Diego on 4/10/09.
vs. LH: .300 (74x247), 12HR, 39K, 28BB
vs. RH: .263 (85x323), 8HR, 60K, 14BB
First Half: 2-5-0, 5.08 ERA (35ER/62IP), 11G/GS Second Half: 3-7-0, 5.11 ERA (45ER/79.1IP), 14G/GS
• 21-year-old set career highs in innings, starts, strikeouts, quality starts
and wins in what was his 2nd season in the Majors...spent the majority
of the season as the youngest starting pitcher in the National League...
made 25 starts across 4 stints with Houston...3 of his 5 wins came at
Minute Maid Park, where he posted a 4.30 ERA (36ER/75.1IP) and 60
strikeouts...pitched 182 combined innings in the minors (40.2IP) and
MLB (141.1IP).
• increased his groundball percentage from 53% in 2011 to 66.1% in
2012...his 1.95 (252GB/129FB) groundballs per flyball ratio ranked 9th
in the NL among starters (min. 20 starts).
• began the year in Triple A OKC’s rotation before getting recalled to
Houston on 4/29...optioned back on 4/30 after making his 1st MLB start
of 2012 (4/29)...recalled to make 2 turns in the rotation from 5/15-20...
recalled on 5/28 where he made his 4th start, before getting optioned
to Triple A on 5/29...officially recalled from Triple A on 6/3 and remained
in the Astros’ starting rotation to finish the season.
• recorded his 1st-career complete game shutout on 9/30 at MIL in what
was his final start of the season...held the Brewers to just 4 hits and 1
walk on 103 pitches in his 9.0 innings...hit his 1st career homer in the
game, which was also the Astros’ only home run by a pitcher in 2012.
• had a strong finish to the season, posting a 3-2 record with a 3.49 ERA
(15ER/38.2IP) and 29 strikeouts in his final 7 starts.
• after giving up a homer in 9 straight starts from 6/26-8/12, allowed
just 1 home run over his last 8 starts of the season...ranked 3rd in the
Majors in home runs per 9.0 innings (0.21) over that 8-start span.
• spent nearly 2 months of his season at Triple A OKC, where he went
5-0 with a 3.54 ERA (16ER/40.2IP) in 7 starts...posted just 8 walks with
33 K’s...at the time of his final call-up, ranked 2nd in the Pacific Coast
League with a 2.29 groundballs/flyball rate.
• drafted by Houston in the supplemental 1st round of the 2008 draft
(38th player selected overall).

SV/OPP Team Rec. (in relief apps.)
0/0
7-11
1/3
10-34
0/1
6-46
0/0
2-17
0/0
3-15
10/13
36-28
0/3
17-54
0/0
8-17
0/0
3-9
1/2
33-43
31/50
52-107

When Bullpen Allows Runs: 18-86
When Bullpen Allows No Runs: 34-21
When No Relievers Are Used: 3-0

20 RHP BUD NORRIS

7-13-0, 4.65 ERA (87ER/168.1IP), 29G/GS 67 RHP JOSE VALDEZ

vs. LH: .263 (84x319), 10HR, 75K, 46BB
vs. RH: .245 (81x331), 13HR, 90K, 20BB
First Half: 5-6-0, 4.71 ERA (45ER/86IP), 15G/GS Second Half: 2-7-0, 4.59 ERA (42ER/82.1IP), 14G/GS
• made 29 starts in what was his 3rd full season in the Majors...led the
club in strikeouts (165) and quality starts (17)...went 4-1 with a 1.71 ERA
(14ER/73.2IP) and 82 strikeouts at Minute Maid Park...led the NL and
ranked 2nd in the Majors in home ERA (min. 10 starts)...ranked 10th in
the NL with 8.52 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched (165SO/168.1IP).
• his 1.71 home ERA also ranked 3rd all-time in Astros history for a single
season (min. 10 starts) behind Mike Cuellar’s 1.57 mark (1968) and Bob
Knepper’s 1.22 mark (1981).
• spent the entire season in the Astros starting rotation...missed 3 turns
in the rotation after being placed on the DL on 6/12 (sprained left
knee)...reinstated on 6/29.
• started the Astros’ 3rd game of the season on 4/8 vs. COL...received no
decision in the Houston’s 3-2 victory, tossing 7.0 innings and allowing
2 runs on 4 hits with 8 punchouts.
• tied a Major League record for strikeouts in an inning on 4/24 at MIL,
recording 4 K’s in the 3rd inning...was the 4th Astros hurler to accomplish the feat and the 1st since RHP Brad Lidge did so on 6/13/04 at
MIL...the last Astros starter with 4 K’s in an inning was RHP Mike Scott
on 9/3/86 at CHC.
• had a solid 5-game run in May, where he posted a 4-0 record and a 1.17
ERA (4ER/30.2IP) from 5/5-21...during that stretch, he became the 1st
Astros pitcher to win 4 starts by tossing at least 6.0 innings and allowing no more than 1 run in each appearance since Wandy Rodriguez
did so from 7/2-21/09.
• struck out 12 batters without issuing a walk on 6/6 vs. STL...marked
his 6th career double-digit strikeout game...became the 1st Astros
pitcher to record 12+ strikeouts without issuing a walk since RHP Shane
Reynolds (14K), who accomplished the feat on 8/15/99 vs. PIT.
• snapped a career-long 12-game losing skid on 9/26 with his victory
over the Cardinals at home...tossed 7.1 scoreless innings and struck out
7 without issuing a walk...also ended an 18-start winless streak, which
was the longest in Astros history for a single season and the longest
streak in the Majors since LHP Chris Capuano went 18 starts without
a win in 2007 for the Brewers (Elias).
• threw 6.0 shutout frames in his last start of the year on 10/2 at CHC,
ending the season with 13.1 consecutive scoreless innings.
• posted a 3.75 ERA (30ER/72IP) and 64 strikeouts over his last 12 starts
of the season.
• made 1 rehab start with Triple A OKC on 6/23, where he went 5.0 innings and allowed 2 runs on 3 hits with 7 strikeouts.
• drafted by Houston in the 6th round of the 2006 draft.

43 RHP FERNANDO RODRIGUEZ

2-10-0, 5.37 ERA (42ER/70.1IP), 71G

vs. LH: .226 (21x93), 3HR, 27K, 14BB
vs. RH: .266 (47x177), 7HR, 51K, 20BB
First Half: 1-8-0, 6.61 ERA (24ER/32.2IP), 37G Second Half: 1-2-0, 4.30 ERA (18ER/37.2IP), 34G
• spent the entire season in Houston’s bullpen...ranked 2nd on the club
in appearances and led all Astros relievers in strikeouts (78)...set career
highs in innings pitched, strikeouts and appearances...ranked 5th in
the Majors and 3rd in the NL with 56 inherited runners...allowed 14 of
those runners to score (25.0%).
• from the beginning of the season until 7/2, had allowed just 1 of his
18 inherited runners to score in 33 games, and led the NL in inherited
runners scored percentage (5.6%).
• tossed a career-high 4.1 innings on 9/24 vs. STL (72 pitches)...that outing
bested his previous career high of 3.1 innings which he set on 9/21 vs.
PIT (41 pitches).
• posted a 3.38 ERA (6ER/16IP) with 22 strikeouts and 6 walks over his
final 12 appearances of the season.
• from 7/27 through the end of the season, ranked T-3rd in strikeouts
among NL relievers (41).
• El Paso, TX, native was originally signed by Houston as a minor league
free agent on 11/12/10.

65 RHP MICKEY STOREY

0-0-0, 2.25 ERA (3ER/12IP), 12G

vs. LH: .222 (4x18), 1HR, 6K, 2BB
vs. RH: .286 (8x28), 0HR, 4K, 6BB
First Half: --- Second Half: 0-0-0, 2.25 ERA (3ER/12IP), 12G
• spent the majority of the season in the bullpen at Triple A OKC before
making 12 appearances after joining the Major League club in September...marked the 2nd Major League action of his career...did not
allow a run in 10 of his 12 outings with Houston...did not allow a run
on the road (6.1IP)...allowed just 1 of his 5 inherited runners to score.
• had his contract purchased by the Astros on 9/1 and remained in the
club’s bullpen through the end of the season...was invited to Spring
Training as a non-roster invitee.
• in 46 games for Triple A OKC, went 0-5 with a 4.95 ERA (24ER/43.2IP)
and 59 strikeouts...led the club and ranked 3rd in the Pacific Coast
League with 21 saves...also made 5 minor league rehab appearances
in the Gulf Coast League, where he posted a 0.00 ERA (0ER/5.0IP) and
7 punchouts.
• signed by Houston as a free agent on 11/20/09...outrighted off the
Astros 40-man roster on 11/1.

56 RHP KYLE WEILAND 0-3-0, 6.62 ERA (13ER/17.2IP), 3G/GS

vs. LH: .343 (12x35), 2HR, 6K, 4BB
vs. RH: .324 (12x37), 3HR, 7K, 3BB
First Half: 0-3-0, 6.62 ERA (13ER/17.2IP), 3G/GS
Second Half: --• made 3 starts for Houston before losing his season to a right shoulder
injury...2 of his 3 starts came on the road.
• began the season in the Astros’ starting rotation before being placed
on the DL on 4/25 with right shoulder soreness...was on the DL through
the remainder of the season.
• hurled 7.0 innings, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits with 6 strikeouts on 4/21
vs. LAD in what was his final start of the season...marked a career high
in innings pitched and strikeouts.
• acquired by Houston from BOS along with IF Jed Lowrie in exchange
for RHP Mark Melancon on 12/14/11...outrighted off the Astros 40-man
roster on 11/1.

53 LHP WESLEY WRIGHT 2-2-1, 3.27 ERA (19ER/52.1IP), 77G

vs. LH: .198 (24x121), 2HR, 39K, 9BB
vs. RH: .269 (21x78), 2HR, 15K, 8BB
First Half: 0-2-0, 4.13 ERA (11ER/24IP), 43G Second Half: 2-0-1, 2.54 ERA (8ER/28.1IP), 34G
• appeared in a career-high 77 games, which led the club and ranked
T-6th in the NL (T-2nd among lefties)...his .226 (45x199) opponent’s
batting average ranked 5th in the NL among lefty relievers...posted
a 2.16 ERA (6ER/25IP) away from Minute Maid Park...led the club
with 19 holds...generated a career-high 2.38 groundballs/flyball ratio
(81GB/34FB).
• had a 19-game consecutive scoreless appearance streak (9.1IP) from
4/16-5/25.
• his 43 first half appearances were the most by an Astros LHP since he
appeared in 44 first-half games as a rookie in 2008.
• on 7/27 vs. PIT, pitched, moved to right field for 1 hitter and then returned to the mound...marked his 2nd career appearance in RF (also
8/23/11 at COL).
• earned his 2nd career save on 10/1 at CHC with 1.1 scoreless innings...
marked his 1st save since 7/29/08 vs. CIN (his rookie season).
• from 9/1 through the end of the season, held left-handed hitters to a
.043 (1x23) average, which was tops in the Majors over that span.
• over the last 2 seasons, lefties have hit .170 (25x147) against him.
• has pitched for Houston in parts of each of the last 5 seasons (2008-12)
since being taken in the MLB Rule 5 Draft from LAD on 12/6/07.

0-1-0, 3.86 ERA (13ER/30.1IP), 26G

vs. LH: .167 (6x36), 0HR, 6K, 3BB
vs. RH: .269 (21x78), 2HR, 28K, 7BB
First Half: --- Second Half: 0-1-0, 3.86 ERA (13ER/30.1IP), 26G
• 26-year old rookie began the season in Triple A OKC’s bullpen before
making 26 appearances for the Astros...after his arrival in Houston on
8/3, ranked T-4th in innings pitched and 9th in strikeouts among NL
relievers...led the club in percentage of swings that miss (30.1%) by
generating 74 misses on 246 total swings.
• began the season in the bullpen at Triple A OKC...had his contract
purchased by Houston on 8/3 and remained with the club through
the end of the season.
• was struck by a line drive on 9/12 vs CHC and left the game due to
contusions in his right hand and jaw...made 8 appearances after that
date, where he posted a 8.10 ERA (6ER/6.2IP)...prior to 9/12, had a 3.00
ERA (8ER/24IP) with 25 punchouts over 18 appearances.
• made 38 appearances (2 starts) with Triple A OKC, going 7-4 with a
3.05 ERA (22ER/65IP) and 72 strikeouts...gave up just 14 walks and led
the club in wins...was named the club’s Pitcher of the Month for both
June and July...ranked 2nd on the team in strikeouts.
• acquired from Oakland via outright trade on 6/30/11.

2012/Career

Abad
Ambriz
Cedeno
Cruz
Del Rosario
Fick
Gonzalez
Harrell
Keuchel
Lopez
Lyles
Norris
Rodriguez
Storey
Valdez
Weiland
Wright

2012
CAREER

G W-L-S ERA IP ER G W-L-S ERA IP ER
37 0-6-0 5.09 46.0 26 88 1-11-0 5.10 84.2 48
18 1-1-0 4.19 19.1 9 52 1-3-0 5.19 67.2 39
44 0-1-1 3.77 31.0 13 47 0-1-1 4.96 32.2 18
52 1-1-0 6.05 55.0 37 52 1-1-0 6.05 55.0 37
19 0-0-0 9.00 19.0 19 84
1-4-0 5.60 82.0 51
18 0-1-0 4.30 23.0 11 20 0-1-0 4.38 24.2 12
6 3-1-0 5.04 25.0 14 113 17-26-0 5.84 350.0 227
32 11-11-0 3.76 193.2 81 49 12-13-0 3.93 235.2 103
16 3-8-0 5.27 85.1 50 16 3-8-0 5.27 85.1 50
64 6-3-10 2.17 66.1 16 213 13-13-11 3.14 223.2 78
25 5-12-0 5.09 141.1 80 45 7-20-0 5.20 235.1 136
29 7-13-0 4.65 168.1 87 98 28-37-0 4.42 563.2 277
71 2-10-0 5.37 70.1 42 119 4-13-0 4.89 123.1 67
26 0-1-0 3.86 30.1 13 26 0-1-0 3.86 30.1 13
12 0-0-0 2.25 12.0 3 24 0-0-0 5.88 26.0 17
3 0-3-0 6.62 17.2 13 10 0-6-0 7.23 42.1 34
77 2-2-1 3.27 52.1 54 232 10-11-2 4.55 197.2 100

2012 Houston Astros High/Low
GENERAL
Longest Winning Streak........................................................................ 5, 4/30-5/5
Longest Winning Streak, Home.......................................................... 6, 4/22-5/5
Longest Winning Streak, Road..........................................................3, 9/30-10/2
Most Consecutive Losses..................................................................... 12, 7/17-28
Most Consecutive Losses, Home..........................................................8, 8/12-31
Most Consecutive Losses, Road.................................................... 13, 6/15-7/15
Longest Game, Time................................................................... 4:15, 8/6 vs. WSH
Shortest Game, Time....................................................................1:58, 6/27 vs. SD
Longest Game, Innings............................................... 12 (4x), last, 8/7 vs. WSH
Best Homestand, Percentage................................................. .750, 6-2, 5/16-23
Worst Homestand, Percentage.............................................. .000, 0-3, 8/17-19
Best Road Trip, Percentage.................................................. .571, 4-2, 9/28-10/3
Worst Road Trip, Percentage..................................000 (2x), last, 0-3, 9/18-20
Most Runners Left on Base.............................................................14, 6/2 vs. CIN
Double Plays Turned.........................................................................4, 7/31 at MIL
Opponent Double Plays Turned................................... 4 (2x), last, 7/22 at ARI
Most Errors........................................................................4 (4x), last, 9/11 vs. CHC
Largest Margin of Victory............................................................ 12, 4/22 vs. LAD
Largest Margin of Defeat................................................................12, 6/7 vs. STL
Biggest Comeback to Win... 4 (2x), last, (down 4-0, won 6-4), 9/13 vs. PHI
Most Games Over .500........................................................2, after game on 4/9
Biggest Lead Lost to Lose......................4, last, (up 4-0, lost 8-4), 8/30 vs. SF
Highest Attendance, Home.................................................43,464 (4/6 vs. COL)
Highest Attendance, Road.................................................48,288 (6/16 at TEX)
TEAM BATTING
Most Runs, Game........................................................................... 12, 4/22 vs. LAD
Fewest Runs, Game....................................................... 0 (13x), last, 9/25 vs. STL
Most Runs, Inning....................................5 (6x), last, (9th inning), 9/29 at MIL
Most Hits, Game............................................................................. 17, 4/19 at WSH
Most Hits, Inning.....................................6 (3x), last, (4th inning), 5/17 vs. MIL
Fewest Hits, Game.................................................................................0, 6/13 at SF
Most Doubles, Game........................................................... 6 (2x), last, 7/3 at PIT
Most Triples, Game...........................................................................3, 4/19 at WSH
Most Homers, Game............4 (3x), 9/30 at MIL, 9/28 at MIL & 6/10 at CWS
Most Consecutive Games, Homer...................................................7, 9/26-10/3
Most Consecutive Games, No Homer................................................8, 4/14-21
Most Extra-Base Hits, Game...........................................................9, 6/23 vs. CLE
Fewest Extra-Base Hits, Game..................................0 (11x), last, 9/25 vs. STL
Most Total Bases, Game................................................................ 27, 8/14 at CHC
Most Walks, Game.............................................................9 (2x), last, 7/16 vs. SD
Fewest Walks, Game........................................................0 (9x), last, 9/25 vs. STL
Most Strikeouts, Game..................................................................... 16, 7/15 at SF
Fewest Strikeouts, Game.................................................2 (2x), last, 5/12 at PIT
Most Stolen Bases, Game..................................................................5, 7/17 at SD.
Most Opponent Stolen Bases, Game.........................4 (2x), last, 5/31 at COL
Longest Scoreless Inning Streak..........................19 innings, (5th-5th) 5/6-8
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Most At-Bats, Game.................................................6 (3x), last, Lee, 6/26 vs. SD
Most Runs, Game............................................... 3 (11x), last, Greene, 9/3 at PIT
Most Hits, Game................................................ 4 (6x), last, Maxwell, 8/4 at ATL
Most Consecutive Hits (in ABs) ............. 5 (4x), last, Wallace, 8/29-30 vs. SF
Most Doubles, Game.............................. 2 (14x), last, Gonzalez, 8/26 at NYM.
Most Triples, Game........................................1 (24x), last, Wallace, 9/21 vs. PIT
Most Home Runs, Game.................................2 (5x), last, Castro, 9/28 vs. MIL.
Most RBI, Game...............................................................6, Johnson, 5/2 vs. NYM.
Most Walks, Game................................................ 3 (5x), last, Altuve, 8/4 at ATL
Most Strikeouts, Game.................................4 (4x), last, Maxwell, 9/28 at MIL
Most Stolen Bases, Game.............................................. 3, Schafer, 4/10 vs. ATL
Longest Hitting Streak.......................................................... 10, Maxwell, 9/7-16
TEAM PITCHING
Fewest Runs, Game...........................................................0 (9x), last, 9/30 at MIL.
Most Runs, Game............................................................................... 14, 6/7 vs. STL
Fewest Hits, Game.............................................................................2, 10/1 at CHC
Most Hits, Game..............................................................18 (2x), last, 9/23 vs. PIT
Fewest Walks, Game....................................................... 0 (9x), last, 8/12 vs. MIL.
Most Walks, Game.............................................................................10, 6/7 vs. STL
Most Strikeouts, Game....................................................................15, 6/6 vs. STL
Most Strikeouts, Inning.......................................... 4, (3rd inning), 4/24 at MIL.
Longest Scoreless Inning Streak................................... 28 innings, 9/30-10/3
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Longest Winning Streak.............................................................. 4, Norris, 5/5-21
Longest Losing Streak........................................................ 12, Norris, 5/31-9/20
Most Innings Pitched, Starter....................... 9.0 (3x), last, Lyles, 9/30 at MIL
Most Innings Pitched, Relief................................4.1, Rodriguez, 9/24 vs. STL
Fewest Hits, Complete Game............................................. 4, Lyles, 9/30 at MIL.
Fewest Walks, Complete Game...... 1, Lyles, 9/30 at MIL; Keuchel, 6/23 vs. CLE
Most Walks, Game...........................................................7, Galarraga, 8/3 at ATL.
Most Strikeouts, Game......................................................12, Norris, 6/6 vs. STL
Most Strikeouts, Inning............................. 4, Norris (3rd inning), 4/24 at MIL
Most Hit Batters, Game...................................... 2, W. Rodriguez, 5/23 vs. CHC
Longest Scoreless Inning Streak...............................18.0 IP, Harrell, 6/22-7/3
ATTENDANCE
Home:.............................................................................................................1,607,733
Home Average:...............................................................................19,849/81 dates
Road:................................................................................................................2,487,476
Road Average:.................................................................................30,710/81 dates

ASTROS HOME RUNS
Astros Last Home Runs (*-team record when homering)
Player
Date
Opponent/Pitcher
Altuve 9/28/12 @MIL/Loe
Barnes 8/13/12 @CHC/Samardzija
Bogusevic 9/29/12 @MIL/Hernandez
Castro 10/2/12 @CHC/Volstad
Corporan 9/16/12 PHI/Halladay
Dominguez 9/30/12 @MIL/Fiers
Downs 9/14/12 PHI/Hamels
Gonzalez 8/6/12 WSH/Jackson
Greene 9/29/12 @MIL/Hernandez
Laird 9/5/12 @PIT/Grilli
Lowrie 9/30/12 @MIL/Fiers
Martinez, F 10/1/12 @CHC/Berken
Martinez, J 7/4/12 @PIT/Hanrahan
Maxwell 10/3/12 @CHC/Camp
Moore 9/23/12 PIT/Burnett
Paredes 8/23/11 @COL/White
Schafer 7/29/12 PIT/McDonald
Snyder 8/22/12 @STL/Lohse
Wallace 9/28/12 @MIL/Gallardo
Multi-HR Games
Altuve
Barnes
Bogusevic
Castro
Corporan
Dominguez
Downs
Gonzalez
Greene
Laird
Martinez, F
Martinez, J
Maxwell
Moore
Paredes
Schafer
Snyder
Wallace

AB Since Last Team Rec.*
10
6-1
89
0-1
1
4-3
3
4-1
12
2-2
13
4-1
10
3-4
59
0-2
12
3-4
30
0-1
9
8-8
5
3-3
126
7-4
0
11-6
26
3-6
168
26
4-0
38
2-5
12
6-2

Season
Career
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0 0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0 0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1

2012 Grand Slams (3)
2012 Opponent Grand Slams (3)
Player
Date
Opp./Pitcher
Player Date Opp./Pitcher
Schafer 4/22 LAD/Billingsley Cuddyer 5/30 @COL/Harrell
Johnson 5/5 STL/Garcia
Freese 6/7 STL/Wright
J Martinez 6/14
@SF/Zito
Dunn
6/9
@CWS/Cruz

Amarista 6/28 SD/Myers

2012 Inside-the-Park Home Runs (0)
2012 Opponent Inside-the-Park Home Runs (1)
Player
Date
Opp./Pitcher
Player
Date
Opp./Pitcher

Murphy 5/19 TEX/Harrell
2012 Back-to-Back Home Run Combos (5)
Players
Lee/Bogusevic
J. Martinez/Schafer
F. Martinez/Dominguez
Wallace/Castro
Bogusevic/Greene
Lowrie/Dominguez

Date
4/6
6/23
8/31
9/28
9/29
9/30

2012 Pinch-Hit Home Runs (6)
Player
Date
Maxwell 4/9
Gonzalez 5/14
Maxwell
5/28 (g2)
Maxwell 6/3
Barnes 8/13
Bogusevic 9/29

Opp./Pitcher(s)
ATL/Durbin
@PHI/Blanton
@COL/White
CIN/Arroyo
@CHC/Samardzija
@MIL/Hernandez

2012 Leadoff Home Runs (3)
Player
Date
Schafer 4/7
Altuve 5/22
Bixler 6/25

Opp./Pitcher(s)
COL/Moyer
CHC/Wood
SD/Ohlendorf

2012 Walk-Off Home Runs (0)
Player
Date

Opp./Pitcher(s)

2012 Last At-Bat Wins (9)
No.-Date-Opp.
Score
1-4/8-COL
3-2
2-4/14-@MIA
5-4
3-4/30-NYM
4-3
4-5/8-MIA
3-2
5-8/10-MIL
4-3
6-8/11-MIL
6-5 (10)
7-9/1-CIN
2-1
8-9/7-@CIN
5-3
9-9/13-PHI
6-4
ASTROS EJECTIONS (6)
Date
Personnel
4/29 at CIN Schafer
5/11 at PIT Mills
5/22 vs. CHC Johnson
6/17 at TEX Brocail
6/26 at NYM Gonzalez
9/13 vs. PHI Harrell

Opp./Pitcher(s)
COL/Guthrie
CLE/Gomez
CIN/Leake
@MIL/Gallardo
@MIL/Hernandez
@MIL/Fiers

Game-Winning Play
Bogusevic RBI single in bottom 8th
Bogusevic drives in run on error in top 9th
Lowrie RBI single in bottom 8th
Bogusevic RBI double in bottom 8th
Bogusevic RBI single in bottom 9th (walkoff win #1)
Moore RBI single in bottom 10th (walkoff win #2)
Altuve drives in run on error in bottom 9th
Dominguez 3-run HR in top 9th
Lowrie 2-run PH double in bottom 8th

Umpire
Hudson
Joyce
Tschida
Scott
Rackley
Miller

Situation
Arguing out call on stolen base attempt at 2B
Disputing 2-strike bunt attempt by opp.
Arguing out call at 1B
Arguing balls and strikes
Throwing helmet after out call at HP
Arguing with HP umpire while exiting game

HOUSTON ASTROS 2012 DAY-BY-DAY
Date Game Opponent W-L /Score
Record
Pos.
GB
Astros
Opp.
Save
Attendance Home Attendance

POR
POR
(*-denotes sellout)
4/6 1
COL
L 3-5
0-1
T3rd
1.5
F.Rodriguez (0-1) Guthrie (1-0)
Betancourt (1) 43,464*
43,464
4/7 2
COL
W 7-3
1-1
T2nd
0.5
Harrell (1-0)
Moyer (0-1)
-
23,962
67,426
4/8 3
COL
W 3-2
2-1
T2nd
0.5
Lopez (1-0)
Brothers (0-1)
Myers (1)
14,195
81,621
4/9 4
ATL
W 8-3
3-1
2nd
0.5
Happ (1-0)
Beachy (0-1)
-
17,095
98,716
4/10 5
ATL
L 4-6
3-2
T2nd
1.5
Weiland (0-1)
Hanson (1-1)
Kimbrel (1)
22,036
120,752
4/11 6
ATL
L 3-6
3-3
3rd
1.5
W.Rodriguez (0-1) Delgado (1-0)
Kimbrel (2)
18,225
138,977
4/13 7
@ MIA
L 4-5 (11)
3-4
3rd
1.5
Lyon (0-1)
Webb (1-0)
-
30,169
4/14 8
@ MIA
W 5-4
4-4
2nd
1.5
Cruz (1-0)
Bell (0-2)
Myers (2)
31,659
4/15 9
@ MIA
L 4-5 (11)
4-5
2nd
2.5
Carpenter (0-1) Gaudin (1-0)
-
34,232
4/16 10
@ WSH
L 3-6
4-6
T2nd
3.0
Weiland (0-2)
Strasburg (2-0)
Rodriguez (2) 16,245
4/17 11
@ WSH
L 0-1
4-7
T3rd
4.0
W.Rodriguez (0-3) Gonzalez (1-0)
Lidge (2)
17,886
4/18 12
@ WSH
L 2-3
4-8
T4th
5.0
F.Rodriguez (0-2) Mattheus (2-0)
Rodriguez (3) 14,520
4/19 13
@ WSH
W 11-4
5-8
T4th
4.0
Norris (1-0)
Jackson (1-1)
-
18,045
4/20 14
LAD
L 1-3
5-9
5th
5.0
Happ (1-1)
Lilly (2-0)
Guerra (7)
30,270
169,247
4/21 15
LAD
L 1-5
5-10
5th
5.0
Weiland (0-3)
Kershaw (1-0)
-
25,562
194,809
4/22 16
LAD
W 12-0
6-10
5th
5.0
W.Rodriguez (1-2) Billingsley (2-1)
-
23,948
218,757
4/23 17
@ MIL
L 5-6
6-11
5th
5.0
Harrell (1-1)
Greinke (2-1)
Axford (3)
36,291
4/24 18
@ MIL
L 6-9
6-12
T5th
5.0
Norris (1-1)
Wolf (1-2)
Axford (4)
38,686
4/25 19
@ MIL
W 7-5
7-12
5th
5.0
Lopez (2-0)
Veras (2-1)
Myers (3)
26,778
4/27 20
@ CIN
W 6-4
8-12
5th
5.0
W.Rodriguez (2-2)Leake (0-3)
Myers (4)
29,486
4/28 21
@ CIN
L 0-6
8-13
5th
6.0
Harrell (1-2)
Cueto (3-0)
-
32,971
4/29 22
@ CIN
L 5-6
8-14
T5th
6.0
F.Rodriguez (0-3) Ondrusek (1-0)
Marshall (5)
31,086
4/30 23
NYM
W 4-3
9-14
5th
5.5
F.Rodriguez (1-3) Acosta (0-2)
Myers (5)
17,536
236,293
5/1 24
NYM
W 6-3
10-14
5th
5.5
Happ (2-1)
Niese (2-1)
Myers (6)
17,958
254,251
5/2 25
NYM
W 8-1
11-14
T3rd
5.0
W.Rodriguez (3-2) Schwinden (0-1)
-
19,442
273,693
5/4 26
STL
W 5-4
12-14
T3rd
4.0
Harrell (2-2)
Lohse (4-1)
Myers (7)
27,201
300,894
5/5 27
STL
W 8-2
13-14
3rd
3.0
Norris (2-1)
Garcia (2-2)
-
23,633
324,527
5/6 28
STL
L 1-8
13-15
3rd
4.0
Happ (2-2)
Wainwright (2-3) -
22,288
346,815
5/7 29
MIA
L 0-4
13-16
3rd
5.0
W.Rodriguez (3-3) Zambrano (1-2)
-
16,531
363,346
5/8 30
MIA
W 3-2
14-16
3rd
5.0
Lopez (3-0)
Webb (1-1)
Myers (8)
14,801
378,147
5/9 31
MIA
L 3-5 (12)
14-17
4th
6.0
Carpenter (0-2) Webb (2-1)
-
16,072
394,219
5/11 32
@ PIT
W 1-0
15-17
3rd
5.0
Norris (3-1)
McDonald (2-2)
Myers (9)
19,878
5/12 33
@ PIT
L 2-5
15-18
T3rd
5.0
Happ (2-3)
Morton (2-3)
Cruz (3)
34,187
5/13 34
@ PIT
L 2-3 (12)
15-19
T4th
5.0
F.Rodriguez (1-4) Watson (3-0)
-
27,517
5/14 35
@ PHI
L 1-5
15-20
T4th
5.0
Harrell (2-3)
Blanton (4-3)
-
43,824
5/15 36
@ PHI
L 3-4 (10)
15-21
T5th
6.0
Myers (0-1)
Diekman (1-0)
-
43,781
5/16 37
MIL
W 8-3
16-21
T4th
6.0
Norris (4-1)
Wolf (2-4)
-
15,453
409,672
5/17 38
MIL
W 4-0
17-21
4th
5.0
Happ (3-3)
Marcum (2-2)
-
15,173
424,845
5/18 39
TEX
L 1-4
17-22
4th
5.0
W.Rodriguez (3-4) Ross (5-0)
Nathan (9)
34,715
462,560
5/19 40
TEX
W 6-5
18-22
4th
4.0
Harrell (3-3)
Holland (3-3)
Myers (10)
42,673*
505,233
5/20 41
TEX
L 1-6
18-23
4th
4.0
Lyles (0-1)
Lewis (4-3)
-
35,873
541,106
5/21 42
CHC
W 8-4
19-23
4th
4.0
Norris (5-1)
Garza (2-2)
-
16,895
555,001
5/22 43
CHC
W 2-1
20-23
T3rd
4.0
Happ (4-3)
Wood (0-1)
Myers (11)
20,091
575,092
5/23 44
CHC
W 5-1
21-23
3rd
4.0
W.Rodriguez (4-4) Samardzija (4-3)
-
18,732
593,824
5/25 45
@ LAD
W 3-1
22-23
3rd
3.0
Harrell (4-3)
Kershaw (4-2)
Myers (12)
36,283
5/26 46
@ LAD
L 3-6
22-24
T3rd
4.0
Wright (0-1)
Jansen (4-0)
-
36,651
5/27 47
@ LAD
L 1-5
22-25
4th
5.0
Happ (4-4)
Capuano (7-1)
-
33,306
5/28 48
@ COL
L 7-9
22-26
-
-
F.Rodriguez (1-5) Belisle (2-2)
Betancourt (9) 34,546

49
@ COL
L 6-7 (10)
22-27
4th
6.0
Myers (0-2)
Roenicke (1-0)
-
35,786
5/30 50
@ COL
L 5-13
22-28
T4th
6.0
Harrell (4-4)
Friedrich (3-1)
-
28,102
5/31 51
@ COL
L 5-11
22-29
5th
6.5
Norris (5-2)
Guthrie (3-3)
-
31,799
6/1 52
CIN
L 1-4
22-30
5th
7.5
Happ (4-5)
Leake (2-5)
Chapman (4) 21,464
615,288
6/2 53
CIN
L 9-12
22-31
5th
8.5
F.Rodriguez (1-6) LeCure (1-1)
Chapman (5) 22,991
638,279
6/3 54
CIN
W 5-3
23-31
5th
7.5
Lyles (1-1)
Arroyo (2-4)
Myers (13)
19,914
658,193
6/5 55
STL
W 9-8
24-31
T4th
6.5
Harrell (5-4)
Garcia (3-4)
Myers (14)
18,911
677,104
6/6 56
STL
L 3-4
24-32
5th
7.5
Norris (5-3)
Wainwright (5-6) Motte (10)
18,517
695,621
6/7 57
STL
L 2-14
24-33
5th
7.5
Happ (4-6)
Lynn (9-2)
-
22,265
717,886
6/8 58
@ CWS
W 8-3
25-33
5th
7.5
W.Rodriguez (5-4)Floyd (4-6)
-
22,452
6/9 59
@ CWS
L 1-10
25-34
5th
7.5
Lyles (1-2)
Sale (8-2)
-
22,880
6/10 60
@ CWS
W 11-9
26-34
5th
6.5
Harrell (6-4)
Humber (2-4)
Myers (15)
20,398
6/12 61
@ SF
L 3-6
26-35
5th
7.5
Norris (5-4)
Bumgarner (8-4) Casilla (17)
42,100
6/13 62
@ SF
L 0-10
26-36
5th
8.5
Happ (4-7)
Cain (8-2)
-
42,298
6/14 63
@ SF
W 6-3
27-36
5th
8.5
W. Rodriguez (6-4)Zito (5-4)
Myers (16)
41,662 6/15 64
@ TEX
L 2-6
27-37
5th
9.5
Lyles (1-3)
Darvish (8-4)
-
47,430
6/16 65
@ TEX
L 3-8
27-38
5th
10.5
Harrell (6-5)
Grimm (1-0)
-
48,288
6/17 66
@ TEX
L 3-9
27-39
5th
11.5
F. Rodriguez (1-7) Lewis (6-5)
-
46,320
6/18 67
KC
W 9-7
28-39
5th
10.5
Happ (5-7)
Sanchez (1-3)
Cedeno (1)
15,436
733,322
6/19 68
KC
L 0-2
28-40
5th
10.5
W.Rodriguez (6-5) Hochevar (4-7)
Broxton (17) 18,098
751,420
6/20 69
KC
L 1-2
28-41
5th
10.5
Lyles (1-4)
Chen (6-6)
Broxton (18) 30,687
782,107
6/22 70
CLE
L 0-2
28-42
5th
10.5
Harrell (6-6)
Jimenez (7-5)
Perez (23)
26,932
809,039
6/23 71
CLE
W 8-1
29-42
5th
10.5
KEUCHEL (1-0) Gomez (4-7)
-
34,241
843,280
6/24 72
CLE
W 7-1
30-42
5th
9.5
Happ (6-7)
Lowe (7-6)
-
21,191
864,471
6/25 73
SD
L 7-8 (10)
30-43
5th
10.5
Lyon (0-2)
Thayer (1-2)
Street (11)
14,483
878,954
6/26 74
SD
W 5-3
31-43
5th
10.5
Lyles (2-4)
Wells (0-1)
Myers (17)
15,416
894,370
6/27 75
SD
W 1-0
32-43
5th
9.5
HARRELL (7-6) Richard (5-8)
-
15,012
909,382
6/28 76
SD
L 3-7
32-44
5th
9.5
Myers (0-3)
Vincent (1-0)
-
19,415
928,797
6/29 77
@ CHC
L 0-4
32-45
5th
10.5
Norris (5-5)
Maholm (5-6)
Marmol (6)
32,891
6/30 78
@ CHC
L 2-3
32-46
5th
11.5
Happ (6-8)
Garza (4-6)
Marmol (7)
37,906
7/1 79
@ CHC
L 0-3
32-47
5th
11.5
W.Rodriguez (6-6) Wood (3-3)
Marmol (8)
37,389
7/2 80
@ PIT
L 2-11
32-48
5th
12.5
Lyles (2-5)
McDonald (8-3)
-
21,041
7/3 81
@ PIT
L 7-8
32-49
5th
12.5
Wright (0-2)
Hanrahan (4-0)
-
21,516
7/4 82
@ PIT
L 4-6
32-50
5th
13.5
Keuchel (1-1)
Correia (5-6)
Hanrahan (21) 36,827
7/5 83
@ PIT
L 0-2
32-51
5th
14.5
Norris (5-6)
Karstens (2-2)
Hanrahan (22) 21,386
7/6 84
MIL
L 1-7
32-52
6th
14.5
Happ (6-9)
Gallardo (7-6)
-
23,430
952,227
7/7 85
MIL
W 6-3
33-52
5th
14.5
W.Rodriguez(7-6) Greinke (9-3)
Myers (18)
23,027
975,254
7/8 86
MIL
L 3-5 (10)
33-53
6th
15.5
F. Rodriguez (1-8) Parra (1-4)
Axford (15)
16,966
992,220
7/10
2012 All-Star Game (Kansas City)
7/13 87
@ SF
L 1-5
33-54
6th
15.5
W.Rodriguez(7-7) Bumgarner(11-5) Casilla (22)
42,116
7/14 88
@ SF
L 2-3 (12)
33-55
6th
16.5
Myers (0-4)
Affeldt (1-1)
-
42, 171
7/15 89
@ SF
L 2-3
33-56
6th
17.5
Norris (5-7)
Cain (10-3)
Casilla (23)
42, 265
7/16 90
@ SD
W 2-0
34-56
6th
16.5
Happ (7-9)
Wells (1-3)
Myers (19)
26,098
7/17 91
@ SD
L 2-8
34-57
6th
17.5
Lyles (2-6)
Ohlendorf (3-0)
-
20,944
7/18 92
@ SD
L 4-8
34-58
6th
18.0
W.Rodriguez (7-8) Richard (7-10)
Street (15)
25,713
7/19 93
@ SD
L 0-1
34-59
6th
18.5
Harrell (7-7)
Volquez (6-7)
-
26,735
7/20 94
@ ARI
L 8-13
34-60
6th
19.5
Norris (5-8)
Cahill (8-8)
-
23,567
7/21 95
@ ARI
L 3-12
34-61
6th
20.5
Keuchel (1-2)
Miley (11-5)
-
35,665
7/22 96
@ ARI
L 2-8
34-62
6th
21.5
Lyles (2-7)
Collmenter (2-2) -
20,951
7/23 97
CIN
L 3-8
34-63
6th
22.5
W.Rodriguez (7-9) Latos (8-3)
-
15,538
1,007,758
7/24 98
CIN
L 2-4
34-64
6th
23.5
Cordero (0-1)
Leake (4-6)
Chapman (18) 15,908
1,023,666
7/25 99
CIN
L 3-5
34-65
6th
24.5
Cordero (0-2)
Marshall (3-3)
Chapman (19) 16,077
1,039,661

HOUSTON ASTROS 2012 DAY-BY-DAY
Date Game Opponent W-L /Score
Record
Pos.
GB

7/26 100
PIT
L 3-5
34-66
6th
25.0
7/27 101
PIT
L 5-6
34-67
6th
26.0
7/28 102
PIT
L 3-4
34-68
6th
27.0
7/29 103
PIT
W 9-5
35-68
6th
27.0
7/30 104
@ MIL
L 7-8
35-69
6th
27.0
7/31 105
@ MIL
L 1-10
35-70
6th
28.0
8/1 106
@ MIL
L 4-13
35-71
6th
29.5
8/3 107
@ ATL
L 1-4
35-72
6th
30.5
8/4 108
@ ATL
W 3-2
36-72
6th
30.5
8/5 109
@ ATL
L 1-6
36-73
6th
30.5
8/6 110
WSH
L 4-5 (11)
36-74
6th
30.5
8/7 111
WSH
L 2-3 (12)
36-75
6th
30.5
8/8 112
WSH
L 3-4
36-76
6th
30.5
8/9 113
WSH
L 0-5
36-77
6th
30.5
8/10 114
MIL
W 4-3
37-77
6th
30.5
8/11 115
MIL
W 6-5 (10) 38-77
6th
30.5
8/12 116
MIL
L 3-5
38-78
6th
31.5
8/13 117
@ CHC
L 1-7
38-79
6th
32.0
8/14 118
@ CHC
W 10-1
39-79
6th
32.0
8/15 119
@ CHC
L 2-7
39-80
6th
32.5
8/17 120
ARI
L 1-3
39-81
6th
33.5
8/18 121
ARI
L 4-12
39-82
6th
34.0
8/19 122
ARI
L 1-8
39-83
6th
35.0
8/21 123
@ STL
L 0-7
39-84
6th
35.5
8/22 124
@ STL
L 2-4
39-85
6th
36.5
8/23 125
@ STL
L 5-13
39-86
6th
36.5
8/24 126
@ NYM
W 3-1
40-86
6th
35.5
8/25 127
@ NYM
L 1-3
40-87
6th
36.5
8/26 128
@ NYM
L 1-2
40-88
6th
36.5
8/28 129
SF
L 2-3
40-89
6th
38.0
8/29 130
SF
L 4-6
40-90
6th
39.0
8/30 131
SF
L 4-8
40-91
6th
39.5
8/31 132
CIN
L 3-9
40-92
6th
40.5
9/1 133
CIN
W 2-1
41-92
6th
39.5
9/2 134
CIN
L 3-5
41-93
6th
40.5
9/3 135
@ PIT
W 5-1
42-93
6th
39.5
9/4 136
@ PIT
L 2-6
42-94
6th
40.5
9/5 137
@ PIT
L 3-6
42-95
6th
40.5
9/7 138
@ CIN
W 5-3
43-95
6th
39.5
9/8 139
@ CIN
L 1-5
43-96
6th
40.5
9/9 140
@ CIN
W 5-1
44-96
6th
39.5
9/10 141
CHC
L 1-4
44-97
6th
40.5
9/11 142
CHC
W 1-0
45-97
6th
40.5
9/12 143
CHC
L 1-5
45-98
6th
41.5
9/13 144
PHI
W 6-4
46-98
6th
41.0
9/14 145
PHI
L 6-12
46-99
6th
41.0
9/15 146
PHI
W 5-0
47-99
6th
40.0
9/16 147
PHI
W 7-6
48-99
6th
40.0
9/18 148
@ STL
L 1-4
48-100 6th
41.0
9/19 149
@ STL
L 0-5
48-101 6th
42.0
9/20 150
@ STL
L 4-5
48-102 6th
43.0
9/21 151
PIT
W 7-1
49-102 6th
42.0
9/22 152
PIT
W 4-1
50-102 6th
42.0
9/23 153
PIT
L 1-8
50-103 6th
42.0
9/24 154
STL
L 1-6
50-104 6th
42.5
9/25 155
STL
L 0-4
50-105 6th
43.5
9/26 156
STL
W 2-0
51-105 6th
42.5
9/28 157
@ MIL
W 7-6
52-105 6th
43.0
9/29 158
@ MIL
L 5-9
52-106 6th
43.0
9/30 159
@ MIL
W 7-0
53-106 6th
43.0
10/1 160
@ CHC
W 3-0
54-106 6th
42.0
10/2 161
@ CHC
W 3-0
55-106 6th
42.0
10/3 162
@ CHC
L 4-5
55-107 6th
42.0

Astros
Opp.
Save
POR
POR
Keuchel (1-3)
Burnett (12-3)
Hanrahan (30)
Cruz (1-1)
Watson (5-1)
Hanrahan (31)
Fick (0-1)
Resop (1-3)
Grilli (2)
Harrell (8-7)
McDonald (10-5) -
Cordero (0-3)
Hernandez (3-1)
Axford (17)
Keuchel (1-4)
Gallardo (9-8)
-
Lyles (2-8)
Fiers (5-4)
-
Galarraga (0-1) Hudson (11-4)
Kimbrel (31)
Harrell (9-7)
Maholm (9-7)
Lopez (1)
Norris (5-9)
Venters (4-3)
-
Lopez (3-1)
Stammen (5-1)
-
Storey (0-1)
Storen (1-0)
Clippard (23)
Galarraga (0-2) Gonzalez, G. (14-6) -
Harrell (9-8)
Zimmermann (9-6) -
Lopez (4-1)
Axford (4-7)
-
Lopez (5-1)
Henderson (0-1)
-
Lyles (2-9)
Gallardo (11-8)
Loe (1)
Galarraga (0-3) Samardzija (8-10) -
Harrell (10-8)
Volstad (0-9)
-
Norris (5-10)
Germano (2-2)
-
Keuchel (1-5)
Miley (13-8)
Putz (24)
Lyles (2-10)
Corbin (5-4)
-
Galarraga (0-4) Kennedy (11-10) -
Harrell (10-9)
Wainwright (12-10) -
Norris (5-11)
Lohse (13-2)
Motte (29)
Keuchel (1-6) Westbrook (13-9) -
Lyles (3-10)
Niese (10-7)
Lopez (2)
Abad (0-1)
Dickey (16-4)
Francisco (21)
Lopez (5-2)
Parnell (3-3)
-
Lopez (5-3)
Casilla (5-5)
Romo (7)
Keuchel (1-7)
Kontos (1-0)
Lopez (5)
Rodriguez (1-9) Vogelsong (12-7) Romo (8)
Abad (0-2)
Leake (7-8)
-
Lopez (6-3)
Marshall (4-5)
-
Cedeno (0-1)
Arredondo (6-2)
Chapman (34)
Gonzalez (1-0) Locke (0-1)
-
Lyles (3-11)
Rodriguez (10-13) -
Abad (0-3)
Correia (10-8)
-
Ambriz (1-0)
Chapman (5-5)
Lopez (3)
Norris (5-12)
Arroyo (12-7)
-
Gonzalez (2-0) Cueto (17-8)
-
Rodriguez (1-10) Volstad (3-10)
Marmol (19)
Lyles (4-11)
Germano (2-7)
Lopez (4)
Abad (0-4)
Wood (6-11)
-
Wright (1-2)
Aumont (0-1)
Lopez (5)
Gonzalez (2-1) Hamels (15-6)
-
Keuchel (2-7)
Kendrick (9-11)
-
Wright (2-2)
Bastardo (2-5)
Lopez (6)
Abad (0-5)
Lohse (15-3)
Motte (36)
Harrell (10-10) Lynn (16-7)
Motte (37)
Norris (5-13)
Garcia (5-7)
Motte (38)
Rodriguez (2-10) Locke (0-2)
-
Keuchel (3-7)
Correia (11-10)
Lopez (7)
Lyles (4-12)
Burnett (16-8)
-
Abad (0-6)
Lynn (17-7)
-
Harrell (10-11) Garcia (6-7)
-
Norris (6-13)
Carpenter (0-1)
Lopez (8)
Gonzalez (3-1) Gallardo (16-9)
Lopez (9)
Keuchel (3-8)
Estrada (5-7)
-
Lyles (5-12)
Fiers (9-10)
-
Harrell (11-11) Berken (0-3)
Wright (1)
Norris (7-13)
Volstad (3-12)
Lopez (10)
Ambriz (1-1)
Marmol (3-3)
-

Attendance Home Attendance
(*-denotes sellout, #)
19,926
1,059,669
24,685
1,084,354
34,146
1,118,500
20,453
1,138,953
28,131
30,011
32,217
28,300
30,029
23,474
13,843
1,152,796
14,273
1,167,069
16,038
1,183,107
14,417
1,197,524
21,025
1,218,549
17,942
1,236,491
19,235
1,255,726
31,452
33,376
33,714
19,223
1,274,949
20,838
1,295,787
14,923
1,310,270
35,370
35,198
30,343
25,513
29,906
25,071
13,516
1,324,226
13,207
1,337,433
12,835
1,350,268
15,287
1,365,555
18,316
1,383,871
17.291
1,401,162
20,055
12,785
14,159
23,785
35,018
33,438
13,121
1,414,283
14,205
1,428,488
13,101
1,441,589
13,028
1,454,617
17,535
1,472,152
20,419
1,492,571
17,438
1,510,009
35,422
39,062
34,788
17,093
1,527,102
17,185
1,544,287
15,207
1,559,494
12,584
1,572,078
16,493
1,589,021
18,712
1,607,733
41,716
34,294
38,443
32,167
33,168
27,606

2012 ASTROS TRANSACTIONS
TRANSACTIONS: 9/20: Acquired minor league LHP Theron Geith from TB as the PTBNL in the Ben Francisco trade...9/11: Activated IF Jed Lowrie from the 15-day DL...9/10: Purchased
the contract of RHP Enerio Del Rosario from Triple A; released RHP Francisco Cordero...9/4: Recalled C Carlos Corporan, RHP Chuckie Fick, LHP Dallas Keuchel and OF J.D.
Martinez from Triple A...9/3: Purchased the contract of RHP Edgar Gonzalez from Triple A; outrighted RHP Mark Hamburger to Triple A...9/1: Recalled IF Matt Downs from Triple
A; claimed IF Brandon Laird off waivers from the NYY; reinstated OF Jordan Schafer from the 15-day DL; purchased the contract of RHP Jose Valdez from Triple A...8/31: Traded

OF Ben Francisco to Tampa Bay in exchange for a player to be named later...8/30: Recalled IF Matt Dominguez from Triple A; optioned LHP Dallas Keuchel to Triple A...8/27: Traded IF Steve
Pearce to NYY in exchange for cash considerations; recalled OF Jimmy Paredes from Triple A...8/25: Recalled LHP Fernando Abad from Triple A; optioned RHP Chuckie Fick to Triple A...8/22:
Purchased contract of RHP Hector Ambriz from OKC; designated RHP Armando Galarraga for assignment...8/16: Aquired minor league RHP Kevin Comer from TOR as the PTBNL in the Happ,
Lyon, Carpenter trade (7/20)...8/13: Activated C Jason Castro from the 15-day DL; optioned C Carlos Corporan to Triple A...8/10: Recalled OF Fernando Martinez from Triple A; OKC RHP Juan
Abreu claimed off waivers by TOR...8/9: Acquired IF Tyler Greene from St. Louis in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations; designated IF Brian Bixler for assignment;
optioned OF J.D. Martinez and IF Matt Downs to Triple A; recalled OF Fernando Martinez from Triple A...8/7: Purchased the contract of OF Brandon Barnes from Triple A; placed OF Jordan
Schafer on the 15-day DL; designated RHP Juan Abreu for assignment...8/3: Purchased the contract of RHP Mickey Storey from Triple A; placed RHP Francisco Cordero on the 15-day DL;
acquired minor league RHP Chris Devenski from CWS as the PTBNL in the Brett Myers trade (7/21)...7/30: Recalled IF Brett Wallace from Triple A; optioned IF Brian Bixler to Triple A...7/29:
Acquired minor leaguers IF Bobby Borchering and OF Marc Krauss from Arizona in exchange for IF Chris Johnson...7/28: Claimed IF Steve Pearce off waivers from Baltimore; purchased the
contract of RHP Armando Galarraga from Triple A; optioned LHP Fernando Abad to Triple A; outrighted RHP Enerio Del Rosario and RHP Aneury Rodriguez to Triple A...7/27: Claimed RHP
Chuckie Fick off waivers from STL; optioned RHP Enerio Del Rosario to Triple A...7/25: Recalled LHP Xavier Cedeno from Triple A....7/24: Acquired two minor league pitchers and an outfielder
from PIT: LHP Rudy Owens, OF Robbie Grossman and LHP Colton Cain in exchange for LHP Wandy Rodriguez...7/21: Acquired two pitchers and a player to be named later from CWS: RHP
Matt Heidenreich and LHP Blair Walters assigned to minor leagues in exchange for RHP Brett Myers; claimed RHP Mark Hamburger off waivers from SD and assigned to minor leagues;
recalled LHP Dallas Keuchel from Triple A... 7/20: Acquired seven players from TOR: RHP Francisco Cordero and OF Ben Francisco assigned to Major League roster; RHP Joe Musgrove, RHP
Asher Wojciechowski, LHP David Rollins and C Carlos Perez (and a player to be named later) assigned to minor leagues in exchange for RHP David Carpenter, LHP J.A. Happ and RHP Brandon
Lyon... 7/15: SS Jed Lowrie and C Jason Castro (backdated to 7/8) placed on 15-day DL; IF Marwin Gonzalez reinstated from DL; contract of C Carlos Corporan purchased from Triple A; RHP
Kyle Weiland transferred to 60-day DL...7/13: activated OF Justin Maxwell from the DL...7/9: activated RHP Wilton Lopez from the DL; optioned RHP David Carpenter to Triple A...optioned
IF Matt Dominguez to Triple A...7/5: Recalled RHP Enerio Del Rosario and IF Matt Dominguez from Triple A; optioned LHP Dallas Keuchel to Triple A...7/4: Traded IF Carlos Lee to Miami in
exchange for IF Matt Dominguez and LHP Rob Rasmussen...6/29: Reinstated RHP Bud Norris from the 15-day DL; optioned LHP Xavier Cedeno to Triple A...6/26: Purchased the contract of
IF Scott Moore from Triple A; placed OF Justin Maxwell on the 15-day DL; activated OF Fernando Martinez from the Disabled List and optioned him to Triple A; activated OF Travis Buck from
the Disabled List and designated him for assignment...6/17: Reinstated 1B Carlos Lee from the 15-day DL; optioned IF Brett Wallace to Triple A; purchased the contract of LHP Dallas Keuchel
from Triple A; placed RHP Bud Norris on the 15-day DL; transferred LHP Sergio Escalona to 60-day DL...6/15: Placed RHP Wilton Lopez on the 15-day DL (backdated to 6/11); reinstated LHP
Fernando Abad from 15-day DL...6/9: Recalled IF Matt Downs from Triple A; placed OF Fernando Martinez on the 7-day DL...6/8: Recalled IF Brian Bixler from Triple A...placed IF Marwin
Gonzalez on the 15-day DL (backdated to 6/7)...6/3: Recalled IF Brett Wallace from Triple A; placed IF Carlos Lee on the 15-day DL (backdated to 6/2)...6/3: Recalled RHP Jordan Lyles from
Triple A; optioned IF Matt Downs to Triple A...6/2: Recalled OF Fernando Martinez from Triple A; placed OF Travis Buck on the 15-day DL (backdated to 5/28)...5/29: Optioned RHP Jordan
Lyles to Triple A...5/28: Recalled RHP Jordan Lyles and RHP David Carpenter from Triple A; optioned RHP Enerio Del Rosario to Triple A...5/27: Purchased the contract of LHP Xavier Cedeno
from Triple A; placed LHP Fernando Abad on the 15-day DL (backdated to 5/26)...5/21: Recalled RHP Enerio Del Rosario from Triple A; optioned RHP Jordan Lyles to Triple A...5/15: Recalled
RHP Jordan Lyles from Triple A; optioned RHP David Carpenter to Triple A...5/9: Activated RHP Rhiner Cruz from the 15-day DL; optioned RHP Aneury Rodriguez to Triple A...5/8: Recalled
RHP Aneury Rodriguez from Triple A; optioned RHP Enerio Del Rosario to Triple A...5/1: Recalled RHP Enerio Del Rosario from Triple A; placed RHP Rhiner Cruz on the 15-day DL (backdated
to 4/24)... 4/30: Activated IF Marwin Gonzalez from the paternity list; optioned RHP Jordan Lyles to Triple A...4/29: Recalled RHP Jordan Lyles from Triple A...4/27: Recalled LHP Fernando
Abad and IF Brian Bixler from Triple A; placed RHP Kyle Weiland on 15-day DL (backdated to 4/25); placed IF Marwin Gonzalez on Paternity List...4/13: Reinstated IF Jed Lowrie from the
15-day DL...4/12: Optioned IF Brian Bixler to Triple A...4/9: Optioned LHP Fernando Abad to Triple A...4/8: Claimed OF Justin Maxwell off waivers from NYY...4/6: Purchased the contract of IF
Brian Bixler; placed IF Jed Lowrie on the 15-day DL (backdated to 3/29)...4/4: Purchased the contract of OF Travis Buck; placed LHP Sergio Escalona on the 15-day DL; reassigned OF Justin
Ruggiano to Triple A; outrighted RHP Henry Sosa to Triple A.

2012 MINOR LEAGUE SEASON RECAPS
Oklahoma City RedHawks
78-65; 2nd place

Oklahoma City PDC: The Houston Astros extended its Player Development Contract (PDC) with the Oklahoma City RedHawks with a two-year deal
on 9/11/12...the agreement continues the affiliation between the Astros and RedHawks through the 2014 season.

Team Leaders:
W: RHP Paul Clemens (8)
S: RHP Jose Valdez (21)
ERA: LHP Dallas Keuchel (3.90)
IP: RHP Paul Clemens (101.2)

2012 Season: Oklahoma City completed the 2012 season with a 78-65 record and a second-place finish in the Pacific Coast League American Southern Division...the RedHawks finished with the best record for a non-playoff team in club history.

AVG: IF Angel Sanchez (.320)
H: IF Jimmy Paredes (161)
HR: IF Mike Hessman (35)
RBI: IF Mike Hessman (78)

Paredes Team MVP: IF/OF Jimmy Paredes was named MVP of the RedHawks after hitting .318 (161x507) with 13 home runs in 124 games with the
club...led the league with 37 steals at the time of his call up to Houston...Paredes was named the OKC Offensive Player of the Month for both July and
August, and he also was named a 2012 PCL Mid-Season All-Star.

Corpus Christi Hooks
37-33; 2nd place (1st Half)
44-26; 1st place (2nd Half)
81-59 (Overall)
Team Leaders:
W: RHP Erick Abreu (10)
S: RHP Jason Stoffel (27)
ERA: RHP Jose Cisnero (3.40)
IP: RHP Ross Seaton (146.0)
AVG: OF Austin Wates (.304)
H: IF Jonathan Singleton (131)
HR: IF Jonathan Singleton (21)
RBI: IF Jonathan Singleton (79)

Getting the Call: Many players performed well with the club before getting called up to Houston...OF Brandon Barnes hit .323 (76x235) before his call
up, while IF Matt Dominguez hit .298 (48x161) in 45 games with the club.

Solid Stretch Run: Despite falling just short of making the playoffs, OKC experienced some good pitching down the final stretch of the season...LHP
Brett Oberholtzer posted a 2.02 ERA (8ER/35.2IP) with 31 punchouts over his last five starts...in six apps. (five starts), RHP Jarred Cosart went 1-2 with a
2.60 ERA (8ER/27.2IP)...LHP Rudy Owens put up a 2.93 ERA (10ER/30.2IP) over his last five starts...RHP Ross Seaton had a 3.09 ERA (8ER/23.1IP) in four starts.
2012 Season: The Hooks finished the season with the best record in the Texas League and the best record in franchise history at 81-59...Corpus Christi
made the playoffs for the first time in six years, and Manager Keith Bodie was named 2012 Texas League Manager of the Year after leading the club to
a 63-34 record in the final 97 games of the season.
All-Star Cast: The Hooks had several players this season that were named 2012 Texas League All-Stars...LHP Kevin Chapman, RHP Jarred Cosart, IF
Jose Martinez, LHP Brett Oberholtzer, IF Jonathan Singleton, RHP Jason Stoffel, IF Jonathan Villar and OF Austin Wates were all named 2012
Mid-Season All-Stars, while Martinez, Singleton, Stoffel and Wates were also named 2012 Postseason All-Stars.
Singleton Team MVP: IF Jonathan Singleton was named team MVP after hitting .284 (117x412) with 94 runs, 27 doubles, 21 homers and 79 RBI...Singleton led the club in hits, home runs, runs batted in and ranked fourth in the league in OPS (.893)...was one of just eight players named to Baseball America’s
Minor League All-Star Team...started at first base in the 2012 SiriusXM All-Star Future’s Game, where he went 3x4, scoring two runs and recording one RBI.
Offensive Threats: OF Austin Wates hit .304 (109x359) with seven home runs and was tied for fourth in the league in batting average with teammates
OF Jake Goebbert and IF Jose Martinez...IF Jonathan Villar hit .261 (85x326) with 11 home runs and led the league in steals (39) despite missing the final
54 games of the year.
Pitching Performers: RHP Jason Stoffel (2.33 ERA) was lights out for the Hooks in the closer role, as he led the league with 27 saves...RHP Jose Cisnero (9-6, 3.40 ERA) ranked T-2nd in the league with 116 strikeouts despite being promoted to Triple A at the end of July.
Hooks Player of the Year: IF Jose Martinez was named the Hooks 2012 Player of the Year after batting .304 (129x425) with 13 home runs and 75 RBI
in 107 games for Corpus Christi...before his promotion to Triple A Oklahoma City on Aug. 10, Martinez ranked among the Texas League’s Top 10 leaders in runs (75, third), hits (129, third), total bases (197, fourth), RBI (fifth), batting average (sixth) and triples (4, T-ninth)...Martinez was also the most
difficult player to strike out in the Texas League (once every 11.80 plate appearances).

Lancaster JetHawks
37-33; T-1st place (1st Half)
37-33; 2nd place (2nd Half)
74-66 (Overall)
Team Leaders:
W: RHP David Martinez (9)
RHP Tyson Perez (9)
S: RHP Kirk Clark (8)
LHP Pat Urckfitz (8)
ERA: RHP Bobby Doran (3.57)
IP: RHP David Martinez (160.1)
AVG: OF George Springer (.316)
H: OF Domingo Santana (138)
IF Erik Castro (138)
HR: OF Telvin Nash (29)
RBI: IF Erik Castro (108)

Lexington Legends
39-30; 4th place (1st Half)
30-39; 6th place (2nd Half)
69-69 (Overall)

Lancaster PDC: The Houston Astros extended its player development contract with the Lancaster JetHawks on 9/14/12 and will remain with the club
through the 2014 season.
2012 Season: Lancaster won its first California League Championship this season by sweeping the Modesto Nuts, 3-0, in the California League Championship Series...the club finished 74-66 during the regular season before going 8-2 in the playoffs, including a 5-0 run to close out the postseason...
IF Delino DeShields was named MVP of the championship series after hitting .462 (6x13) in the three-game set, including a solo homerun in the
deciding game of the series.
Springing into Action: OF George Springer led the JetHawks and ranked seventh in the league in hitting with a .316 (137x433) batting average for
the season...Springer also finished fifth in the league in both on base percentage (.398) and slugging percentage (.557)...the 2011 first round draft pick
(11th overall) received both mid-season and postseason All-Star honors.
Santana Team MVP: OF Domingo Santana captured Lancaster Team MVP honors after hitting .302 (138x457) with 97 RBI and 23 home runs...Santana co-led the team in hits with 138 after entering the season as the youngest player in the league at 19 years old.
Pitching Leaders: RHP Bobby Doran led the team with a 3.57 ERA (41ER/103.1IP)...the 2012 California League Mid-Season All-Star went 8-4 in 17
starts with the club...in the second half of the season, RHP David Martinez went 7-2 with a 3.08 ERA (30ER/87.2IP) and just 14 walks in 14 appearances
(13 starts)...Martinez led the league in innings pitched over the second half and ranked third in ERA...RHP Nick Tropeano went 6-3 with a 3.31 ERA
(26ER/70.2IP) and 69 strikeouts in his 12 starts with Lancaster...after his promotion to the club on July 1, Tropeano ranked T-1st in the California League
in strikeouts, fourth in innings pitched, sixth in ERA, and T-6th in wins.
Lexington/Quid City PDCs: The Houston Astros and the Lexington Legends elected to not renew their PDC agreement at the end of the 2012 season...
with the club’s parting ways, the Astros signed a new player development contract with the Quad City River Bandits that extends through 2014...Quad
City was the Single A affiliate for Houston from 1993-98, during which time the River Bandits had three 1st-place finishes in a 4-year span (‘95-98).
2012 Season: The Legends finished their regular-season schedule with a 69-69 record and a 4th-place finish in the South Atlantic League Southern
Division.

Team Leaders:
W: RHP Mike Foltynewicz (14)
S: RHP Dayan Diaz (19)
ERA: RHP Nicholas Tropeano (2.78)
IP: RHP Mike Foltynewicz (152.0)

Record Breaker: IF Delino DeShields led the South Atlantic League and set a Lexington club record with 83 stolen bases...he also set an Astros
minor league record with 101 combined steals between Lexington and Class A Advanced Lancaster...the 2010 first-round pick became the first minor
leaguer in the modern era to hit 10+ homers and steal 100+ bases...DeShields hit .298 (131x440) with 96 runs, 22 doubles, 5 triples, 10 homers, 52 RBI
and a .401 on-base percentage with Lexington...the Astros Minor League Player of the Year was one of just eight players named to Baseball America’s
2012 All-Star Team for all of minor league baseball.

AVG: IF Delino DeShields (.298)
H: IF Matt Duffy (138)
HR: IF Matt Duffy (16)
RBI: IF Zachary Johnson (108)

RBI King: IF Zach Johnson led the SAL and set a new Lexington record with 108 RBI this season...Johnson hit 15 homers and ranked T-3rd in the
SAL with 38 doubles.
SAL Most Outstanding Pitcher: RHP Mike Foltynewicz led the team in wins, going 14-4 on the season with a 3.14 ERA (53ER/152.0IP)...the 2010
first round draft pick (19th overall) was named the SAL Most Outstanding Pitcher for the 2012 season and received both mid-season and postseason
All-Star honors...Foltynewicz was also named the Astros Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
No-Hit Wonder: RHP Chris Devenski threw a 16-strikeout no-hitter on September 1....the outstanding game was the first individual no-hitter in club
history and earned him SAL Player of the Week honors for the week of Aug. 27-Sept. 4...Devenski, who was acquired from the Chicago White Sox in
the Brett Myers trade, went 2-2 with a 3.07 ERA (10 ER/29.1IP) this year for Lexington.

Tri-City ValleyCats
51-25; 1st place
Team Leaders:
W: LHP Brian Holmes (7)
RHP Brady Rodgers (7)
S: RHP Blake Ford (14)
ERA: RHP Aaron West (2.04)
IP: LHP Brian Holmes (66.2)
AVG: C Tyler Heineman (.358)
H: IF Jesse Wierzbicki (76)
HR: OF Preston Tucker (8)
RBI: IF Jesse Wierzbicki (40)

2012 Season: The Tri-City ValleyCats went 51-25 en route to finishing the year as the Stedler Division Regular Season Champions...the club advanced
to the New York-Penn League Championship Series before falling to Hudson Valley in the deciding game of the series...the 51 wins were a club record
for the ValleyCats, who made their second championship appearance in the last three years.
Leading the League: The ValleyCats finished the season T-1st in the league with a .271 team batting average and second in the league with a 2.75
team ERA.
Heineman Wins Batting Title: C Tyler Heineman led the New York-Penn League in batting average, earning him the 2012 NYPL batting title...the
2012 eighth round draft pick hit .358 (69x193) with 26 RBI and a team-leading 14 doubles...Heineman also ranked second in the league with a .452
OBP.
Wierzbicki Team MVP: IF Jesse Wierzbicki was named the Tri-City ValleyCats Team MVP after hitting .297 (76x256) with 11 doubles and 40 RBI in 70
games as the club’s primary first baseman...Wierzbicki, a 24th round draft pick in 2011 out of the University of North Carolina, led the team in hits (76),
runs (46) and RBI (40), and also ranked first in the league with a .995 fielding percentage among all first baseman.
Pile Up the Wins: The ValleyCats finished the season with four pitchers having recorded six or more wins...LHP Brian Holmes (2.57 ERA) and RHP
Brady Rodgers (2.89 ERA) each went 7-2, while RHP Aaron West (2.04 ERA) and RHP Lance Day (2.73 ERA) each earned six wins on the season.

Greeneville Astros
(36-32; 3rd)
Team Leaders:
W: RHP Francis Ramirez (5)
S: RHP Jordan Jankowski (4)
RHP Michael Dimock (4)
ERA: RHP Daniel Minor (2.75)
IP: RHP Daniel Minor (59.0)
AVG: IF Jean Batista (.321)
H: IF Brian Blasik (69)
HR: OF Terrell Joyce (7)
RBI: IF Brian Blasik (43)

Gulf Coast League Astros
(28-31; 3rd)
Team Leaders:
W: RHP Michael Feliz (5)
S: RHP Erick Gonzalez (10)
ERA: RHP Edison Frias (2.14)
IP: RHP Enderson Franco (50.0)
AVG: IF Darwin Rivera (.310)
H: IF Darwin Rivera (62)
HR: IF Darwin Rivera (4)
OF Teoscar Hernandez (4)
RBI: IF Darwin Rivera (29)

Dominican Summer
League Astros
(22-47; 8th)

2012 Season: The Greeneville Astros ended their campaign with a 36-32 record, which was the best finish since the club’s inaugural season in 2004 (4126)...the Astros finished third in the Appalachian League West standings and led the league in attendance for the ninth consecutive season with 42,303
total fans coming through the gates of Pioneer Park in 2012.
All-Star Batista: IF Jean Batista hit .321 (63x196) with six home runs in 53 games before getting called up to Tri-City on August 16...Batista led the
league with 19 doubles at the time of his call up.
Blasik Team MVP: IF Brian Blasik earned team MVP honors after hitting at a .318 (69x217) clip with 14 doubles, 43 RBI and a .346 on-base percentage in 55 games for the Astros...his .318 average ranked fifth in the Appalachian League, which was directly behind Batista’s fourth place mark of .321.
ERA Leader: RHP Daniel Minor led the league with a 2.75 ERA (18ER/59.0IP) in 11 starts...Minor threw 19.0 consecutive scoreless innings over three
starts from August 4-17 that earned him pitcher of the week honors.

2012 Season: The Gulf Coast League Astros ended the season with a 28-31 record and a third place finish in the GCL East standings.
Making it Count: Two of the Astros’ top 2012 draft selections, IF Carlos Correa and IF Rio Ruiz made an impact offensively in the Gulf Coast League
before being called up to Greeneville...Correa hit 11 doubles in 39 games, while Ruiz hit .271 (23x85) with eight doubles and two triples before being
promoted.
Rivera MVP: IF Darwin Rivera earned team MVP honors by hitting .310 (62x200) with 29 RBI in 57 games....he led the club in batting average, hits (62),
home runs (four) and RBI (29) en route to being named a 2012 GCL All-Star.
Strong Pitching: The Astros displayed some talented young pitchers this season in the GCL...RHP Michael Feliz struck out 35 batters and posted a 1.64
ERA (7ER/38.1IP) before a promotion to Greeneville...RHP Raul Rivera walked just four batters and posted a 2.00 ERA (8ER/36.0IP) with 35 punchouts...
RHP Erick Gonzalez, the Astros 15th round pick in the 2012 draft, saved 10 games and had a 1.80 ERA (5ER/25.0IP).

2012 Season: The Dominican Summer League Astros ended their campaign with a 22-47 record and an eighth place finish in the DSL SD North Division
standings.

Team Leaders:
W: LHP Javier Saucedo (5)
S: RHP Victor Mesa (4)
ERA: LHP Edwin Villarroel (2.25)
IP: LHP Edwin Villarroel (68.0)

Iron Man: OF Mesac Laguna played in 68 of the club’s 69 games this season, leading the team in hits (61), RBI (23) and home runs...his six homers were
tied for eighth in the league.

AVG: IF Luis Reynoso (.281)
H: OF Mesac Laguna (61)
HR: OF Mesac Laguna (6)
RBI: OF Mesac Laguna (23)

Pitching Leaders: LHP Edwin Villarroel posted a team-leading 2.25 ERA (17ER/68.0IP) and led the club in innings pitched...Villarroel was named a 2012
DSL All-Star along with RHP Samil De Los Santos, who went 2-3 with a 2.50 ERA (16ER/57.2IP) and 63 punchouts on the season.

Reynoso Team MVP: IF Luis Reynoso was tabbed MVP of the Astros Dominican Summer League team after posting a .281 (48x171) average with 11
doubles, one home run and a .382 OBP in 50 games.

TRIPLE A OKLAHOMA CITY REDHAWKS

DOUBLE A CORPUS CHRISTI HOOKS

CLASS A LANCASTER JETHAWKS

CLASS A LEXINGTON LEGENDS

OF Brandon Barnes

*OKC Defensive Player of the Month (July)
LHP Xavier Cedeno

*OKC Pitcher of the Month (May)
C Carlos Corporan
*OKC Defensive Player of the Month (August)

INF MIke Hessman

*PCL Player of the Week (May 14-21)

*OKC Offensive Player of the Month (May)

*OKC Offensive Player of the Month (June)

*OKC Defensive Player of the Month (June)
*2012 PCL Mid-Season All-Star

LHP Dallas Keuchel

*OKC Pitcher of the Month (April)

*PCL Pitcher of the Week (April 5-16)
OF Fernando Martinez

*OKC Defensive Player of the Month (April)
INF Scott Moore

*OKC Offensive Player of the Month (April)
LHP Brett Oberholtzer

*OKC Pitcher of the Month (August)
OF Jimmy Paredes

*PCL Player of the Week (July16-23)

*OKC Offensive Player of the Month (July)
*OKC Offensive Player of the Month (August)


*2012 PCL Mid-Season All-Star
*OKC RedHawks 2012 Team MVP

C Landon Powell
*2012 PCL Mid-Season All-Star

OF Brad Snyder

*OKC Defensive Player of the Month (May)
RHP Mickey Storey

*OKC Pitcher of the Month (June)

*OKC Pitcher of the Month (July)

OF Brandon Barnes

*CC Offensive Player of the Month (April)

*TL Player of the Week (April 5-16)

*TL Player of the Week (April 16-23)
Manager Keith Bodie

*2012 Texas League Manager of the Year
LHP Kevin Chapman

*CC Pitcher of the Month (April)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star
RHP Jose Cisnero
*CC Pitcher of the Month (June)

*TL Pitcher of the Week (May 29-June 4)

*TL Pitcher of the Week (July 16-23)
RHP Paul Clemens

*CC Pitcher of the Month (August)
RHP Jarred Cosart

*TL Pitcher of the Week (June 18-25)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star
C Jair Fernandez

*TL Player of the Week (June 11-18)
OF Jake Goebbert

*CC Offensive Player of the Month (August)

*TL Player of the Week (April 5-16)
OF Marc Krauss

*TL Player of the Week (July 30-August 6)
OF Drew Locke

*CC Defensive Player of the Month (July)
INF Jose Martinez

*CC Defensive Player of the Month (April)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 TL Postseason All-Star

*2012 CC Hooks Player of the Year
LHP Brett Oberholtzer

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star
INF Ben Orloff

*CC Defensive Player of the Month (August)
RHP Ross Seaton

*CC Pitcher of the Month (May)
INF Andrew Simunic

*CC Defensive Player of the Month (May)

*CC Defensive Player of the Month (June)
INF Jonathan Singleton

*CC Offensive Player of the Month (May)

*TL Player of the Week (May 21-29)

*CC Offensive Player of the Month (July)

*TL Player of the Week (July 2-9)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 TL Postseason All-Star
*2012 Futures Game Starter (First Base)

*CC Hooks 2012 Team MVP
RHP Jason Stoffel

*CC Pitcher of the Month (July)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 TL Postseason All-Star
INF Jonathan Villar

*CC Offensive Player of the Month (June)

*2012 TL Mid-Season All-Star
OF Austin Wates

*2012 TL Postseason All-Star

RHP Ruben Alaniz

*LAN Pitcher of the Month (April)
OF Adam Bailey

*CAL Player of the Week (April 30-May 7)
RHP Bobby Doran

*2012 CAL Mid-Season All-Star
C Ben Heath

*LAN Offensive Player of the Month (June)
RHP David Martinez

*LAN Pitcher of the Month (July)

*CAL Pitcher of the Week (June 11-18)
INF Jonathan Meyer

*LAN Defensive Player of the Month (April)

*LAN Defensive Player of the Month (May)
OF Telvin Nash

*LAN Offensive Player of the Month (April)
INF Ben Orloff

*LAN Defensive Player of the Month (June)
C Carlos Perez

*LAN Defensive Player of the Month (August)
RHP Tyson Perez

*LAN Pitcher of the Month (May)

*CAL Pitcher of the Week (May 14-21)
OF Domingo Santana

*LAN Offensive Player of the Month (August)

*CAL Player of the Week (August 27-September 4)
*LAN JetHawks 2012 Team MVP
OF George Springer

*LAN Offensive Player of the Month (May)

*CAL Player of the Week (May 7-14)

*LAN Offensive Player of the Month (July)

*LAN Defensive Player of the Month (July)

*2012 CAL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 CAL Postseason All-Star
RHP Jose Trinidad

*LAN Pitcher of the Month (June)
RHP Nick Tropeano

*CAL Pitcher of the Week (June 25-July 2)

*LAN Pitcher of the Month (August)

*Topps, CAL Player of the Month (August)

Hitting Coach Josh Bonifay

*2012 SAL Postseason All-Star
RHP Jason Chowning

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star
LHP Luis Cruz

*LEX Pitcher of the Month (May)
INF Delino DeShields

*LEX Offensive Player of the Month (June)

*LEX Offensive Player of the Month (July)

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 SAL Postseason All-Star

*LEX Legends 2012 Team MVP

*Astros 2012 Minor League Player of the Year
RHP Chris Devenski
*SAL Pitcher of the Week (August 27-September 4)

INF Matt Duffy

*LEX Offensive Player of the Month (May)

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star
RHP Mike Foltynewicz

*LEX Pitcher of the Month (April)

*LEX Pitcher of the Month (June)

*LEX Pitcher of the Month (August)

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 SAL Postseason All-Star

*Astros 2012 Minor League Pitcher of the Year
INF Nolan Fontana

*LEX Defensive Player of the Month (August)
OF Justin Gominsky

*LEX Defensive Player of the Month (July)
RHP Murilo Gouvea

*LEX Pitcher of the Month (July)
INF Zach Johnson

*LEX Offensive Player of the Month (April)

*LEX Defensive Player of the Month (June)

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star

*2012 SAL Postseason All-Star
C Mike Kvasnicka
*SAL Player of the Week (July16-23)
OF Brandon Meredith

*LEX Offensive Player of the Month (August)
OF Andrew Muren

*LEX Defensive Player of the Month (April)
C Roberto Pena

*LEX Defensive Player of the Month (May)
RHP Carlos Quevedo

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star
RHP Nick Tropeano
*SAL Pitcher of the Week (April 16-23)

*SAL Pitcher of the Week (April 30-May 7)

*2012 SAL Mid-Season All-Star

SS-A TRI-CITY VALLEYCATS

ROOKIE GREENEVILLE ASTROS

ROOKIE GCL ASTROS

INF Jean Batista

*GRE Offensive Player of the Month (July)

*2012 APP All-Star
INF Brian Blasik

*GRE Defensive Player of the Month (July)

*GRE Offensive Player of the Month (August)

*GRE Defensive Player of the Month (August)

*2012 APP All-Star

*GRE Astros 2012 Team MVP
RHP Daniel Minor

*GRE Pitcher of the Month (August)

*APP Pitcher of the Week (August 6-13)
OF Jose Monzon

*2012 GRE Oscar Padron Award
RHP Francis Ramirez

*GRE Pitcher of the Month (July)

INF Carlos Correa

*GCL Astros Defensive Player of the Month (July)
RHP Michael Feliz

*GCL Astros Pitcher of the Month (July)
RHP Edison Frias

*GCL Astros Pitcher of the Month (August)
OF Teoscar Hernandez
*GCL Astros Defensive Player of the Month (August)

INF Darwin Rivera
*GCL Astros Offensive Player of the Month (July)


*2012 GCL All-Star

*GCL Astros 2012 Team MVP
INF Juan Santana
*GCL Astros Offensive Player of the Month (August)

OF Andrew Aplin

*TC Offensive Player of the Month (July)
RHP Lance Day

*TC Pitcher of the Month (August)
INF Austin Elkins

*2012 NYPL All-Star
RHP Blake Ford

*2012 NYPL All-Star
C Tyler Heineman

*TC Defensive Player of the Month (August)

*2012 NYPL All-Star

*2012 NYPL Batting Champion (.358)
LHP Brian Holmes

*NYPL Pitcher of the Week (July 23-30)

*2012 NYPL All-Star
C Jobduan Morales

*2012 NYPL All-Star
RHP Juri Perez

*NYPL Pitcher of the Week (July 2-9)
OF Preston Tucker

*TC Offensive Player of the Month (August)

*NYPL Player of the Week (August 6-13)

*NYPL Player of the Week (August 20-27)
RHP Aaron West

*TC Pitcher of the Month (July)

*2012 NYPL All-Star
INF Jesse Wierzbicki

*TC Defensive Player of the Month (July)

*TC ValleyCats 2012 Team MVP

ROOKIE DSL ASTROS
RHP Johan Arias

*DSL Astros Pitcher of the Month (July)
INF Randy Cesar
*DSL Astros Offensive Player of the Month (June)

C Pedro Coa
*DSL Astros Defensive Player of the Month (August)

RHP Samil De Los Santos

*DSL Astros Pitcher of the Month (June)

*2012 DSL All-Star
OF Mesac Laguna
*DSL Astros Defensive Player of the Month (July)

OF Jarico Reynoso
*DSL Astros Offensive Player of the Month (July)

INF Luis Reynoso

*DSL Astros Offensive Player of the Month (August)

*DSL Astros 2012 Team MVP
INF Yoel Silfa
*DSL Astros Defensive Player of the Month (June)

LHP Edwin Villarroel

*DSL Astros Pitcher of the Month (August)

*2012 DSL All-Star

OKLAHOMA CITY REDHAWKS (W-L Record: 78-65)

BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
*Bailey, Adam .000 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000
.000
.000
Barnes, Brandon
.323 62 235 51 76 19 1 5 38 23 49 14 4 .383
.477
.860
3
Bixler, Brian .269 75 249 43 67 12 1 3 19 27 59 11 2 .346
.361
.708
8
*Buck, Travis .359
22
64 9 23 4 0 1 6 5 8 0 0 .414
.469
.883
0
*Castro, Jason .462 4 13 1 6 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 .533
.769
1.303
0
#Corporan, Carlos
.286 68 206 35 59 15 0 6 31 15 46 2 0 .349
.447
.796
1
*DeLome, Collin
.176
10
17 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 5 1 0 .300
.235
.535
1
Dominguez, Matt
.298 45 161 21 48 10 0 2 23 11 21 0 0 .347
.398
.744
6
Downs, Matt .267
24
90 14
24 2 0 3 15 8 20
3
2
.343
.389
.732
3
Fernandez, Jair
.125 2 8 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 .222
.125
.347
1
*Goebbert, Jake
.133
16
30 2 4 1 0 0 1 5 7 0 0 .257
.167
.424
0
#Gonzalez, Marwin
.333
13
39 2 13 4 0 1 10 3 7 0 0 .395
.513
.908
2
Hernandez, Diory
.159
32
44 5 7 0 0 0 2 4 13
1
1
.240
.159
.399
1
Hessman, Mike
.231 123
441 73 102 19 0 35 78 40 136
0 1 .301
.512
.813
4
*Krauss, Marc
.123
22
57 3 7 0 0 0 2 6 20
1
1
.203
.123
.326
0
Kreke, Jordan .273
21
44 9 12 3 1 0 3 2 8 1 0 .347
.386
.733
2
#Lowrie, Jed .500 2 6 1 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 .500
.500
1.000
0
*Martinez, Fernando
.314 90 341 55 107 23 2 13 62 24 85 1 2 .367
.507
.875
2
Martinez, J.D.
.233
23
90 6 21 6 0 0 4 4 17
0
1
.263
.300
.563
0
Martinez, Jose
.205
23
73 5 15 2 1 0 9 4 9 2 0 .272
.260
.532
2
Maxwell, Justin
.200 3 10 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 .200
.300
.500
0
*Moore, Scott .318 73 245 47 78 26 1 10 54 35 51 3 3 .410
.555
.965
4
#Paredes, Jimmy
.318 124
507 92 161 28 7 13 59 22 101
37
10
.348
.477
.826
21
#Powell, Landon
.251 79 239 35 60 6 0 8 38 36 56 0 0 .353
.377
.729
4
Ruggiano, Justin
.325 39 117 21 38 13 1 5 29 18 24 5 3 .409
.581
.990
1
Sanchez, Angel
.320 107
344 48 110 13 1 5 45 40 25 7 3 .390
.407
.797
16
*Schafer, Jordan
.154 4 13 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 .267
.154
.421
0
*Shuck, J.B. .298 115
315 49 94 11 3 0 33 39 20 12 8 .374
.352
.726
2
Simunic, Andrew
.000 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 .100
.000
.100
0
*Snyder, Brad .304 122
362 65 110 23 3 20 66 40 108
16
10
.375
.550
.925
4
*Wallace, Brett .300 86 310 54 93 16 0 16 57 27 87 0 1 .379
.506
.885
15
Wallace, Chris .270
15
37 4 10 3 0 0 7 5 9 0 0 .357
.351
.708
1
Team Total .282 143
4898 764 1379 264 22 147 710 456 1081
119
52 .349 .434
.783
121
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
*Abad, Fernando 2-0-2
3.90 13
Abreu, Juan 2-3-5 7.09
38
Ambriz, Hector
1-1-2
3.33
18
Aristil, Jonnathan 0-0-0
6.75 21
Bass, Brian
2-5-0
5.56 17
Buchanan, Jake
0-1-0
10.13
3
Carpenter, David
1-0-3
2.08
7
*Cedeno, Xavier
2-0-1
2.28
22
Cisnero, Jose
4-1-0
4.54 8
Clemens, Paul 8-8-0 6.73
20
Cosart, Jarred 1-2-0
2.60
6
Cruz, Rhiner 0-0-0
5.40
2
Del Rosario, Enerio 4-1-1
5.01 36
Fick, Chuckie 1-1-1
9.82
5
Flores, Adalberto
6-1-0 7.54
37
Galarraga, Armando 3-2-0
4.12 9
Gonzalez, Edgar
1-0-0
0.69
2
Hamburger, Mark 1-1-0
4.71 17
Hicks, Chris 0-0-0
5.14
6
*Keuchel, Dallas
6-4-0
3.90
16
Kreke, Jordan 0-0-0
0.00
1
Lopez, Wilton 0-0-0
13.50
2
Lyles, Jordan
5-0-0
3.54 7
Mock, Garrett 0-0-1
5.54
12
*Musick, Wes
1-2-0
3.64
6
Norris, Bud 1-0-0
3.60
1
*Oberholtzer, Brett
5-7-0 4.52
15
*Owens, Rudy
2-3-0
4.34 8
Perez, Sergio
4-2-0
4.54 40
Rodriguez, Aneury
4-7-0 6.60
29
Sanches, Brian
2-3-0
6.57
12
Seaton, Ross 0-1-0
3.09
4
Sosa, Henry
2-0-0
5.12 6
Storey, Mickey
7-4-2
3.05 38
Valdez, Jose
0-5-21
4.95 46
Team Total
78-65-39
4.89
143

GS  
CG  
3
0
0 0
0 0
0
0
13
0
1 0
0 0
0 0
8
0
20 0
5 0
0 0
0
0
0 0
0 0
9
0
2 0
0
0
0 0
16 2
0 0
0 0
7
0
0 0
6
0
1 0
15 0
8
0
4
0
13 0
0 0
4 0
6
0
2
0
0
0
143 2

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
27.2
33
12
12
3
7
28
0.73
1.45
.303
45.2 46 37 36 12 34 54 0.42
1.75
.264
24.1
28 9 9 1 11
18
1.38
1.60
.304
29.1
38
24
22
5
11
26
0.90
1.67
.322
77.2
105
59
48
9
34
46
1.51
1.79
.326
8.0 17 10 9 1 5 5 1.29
2.75
.459
8.2 7 2 2 1 0 6 1.86
0.81
.212
27.2
27 16 7 0 9 25
1.95
1.30
.250
39.2
52
23
20
1
18
32
0.71
1.76
.329
101.2
145 82 76 16 32 68 0.84
1.74
.341
27.2
26 10 8 0 13
24
1.70
1.41
.250
1.2 1 2 1 0 1 3 1.00
1.20
.200
41.1
43
25
23
5
20
18
1.48
1.52
.265
3.2 3 4 4 0 2 3 7.00
1.36
.231
45.1 61 39 38 10 21 33 0.94
1.81
.326
43.2
37
20
20
7
18
31
1.09
1.26
.226
13.0
6 2 1 0 2 8 2.10
0.62
.136
21.0
21
12
11
2
12
15
1.04
1.57
.256
7.0 9 4 4 0 2 10
0.57
1.57
.321
92.1
92 46 40 5 20
50
2.04
1.21
.264
1.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1.00
1.00
.000
2.0 4 4 3 2 0 1 6.00
2.00
.364
40.2
41
16
16
2
8
33
2.29
1.20
.272
13.0
15 8 8 1 5 15
2.14
1.54
.300
29.2
32
15
12
1
9
15
1.03
1.38
.278
5.0 3 2 2 2 3 7 0.33
1.20
.167
89.2 105 48 45 13 19 69 0.94
1.38
.292
45.2
43
23
22
7
14
23
0.85
1.25
.243
75.1
79
41
38
8
37
59
1.38
1.54
.274
92.2 130 71 68 10 44 75 0.60
1.88
.336
12.1
16 9 9 3 2 10
1.25
1.46
.302
23.1
24 11 8 2 7 11
0.57
1.33
.258
31.2
37
21
18
2
10
21
1.09
1.48
.287
65.0
62
24
22
8
14
72
1.03
1.17
.248
43.2
53
27
24
5
12
59
1.42
1.49
.282
1258.2
1441 758 684 144 457 974 1.40 1.51
.289

CORPUS CHRISTI HOOKS (W-L Record: 81-59)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
*Bailey, Adam .258 49 132 13 34 13 0 2 20 9 26 2 0 .301
.402
.702
1
Barnes, Brandon
.317 44 164 30 52 20 0 7 31 14 42 7 2 .377
.567
.944
4
#Borchering, Bobby
.189 30 95 11 18 5 1 4 18 10 36 1 1 .275
.389
.665
3
*Buck, Travis .143 7 21 3 3 2 0 0 3 4 9 0 0 .280
.238
.518
0
*Castro, Jason .800 3 5 1 4 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .857
1.200
2.057
0
Fernandez, Jair .269 56 186 28 50 10 0 6 29 15 34 0 0 .341
.419
.761
2
Garcia, Rene .333 9 27 2 9 1 0 0 1 2 3 0 1 .379
.370
.750
1
*Goebbert, Jake
.304 114
368 71 112 23 6 9 53 55 57 5 3 .399
.473
.872
4
#Grossman, Robbie
.267 36 135 22 36 8 2 3 11 18 43 4 1 .371
.422
.793
1
Heath, Ben .217 9 23 2 5 2 0 0 4 1 7 0 0 .240
.304
.544
1
Hernandez, Enrique
.247
23
81 7 20 2 0 1 3 4 9 2 2 .299
.309
.607
2
Hinze, Kody .212 83 260 34 55 7 0 11 40 33 82 1 2 .299
.365
.664
2
*Krauss, Marc .414 7 29 11 12 2 0 5 16 6 5 1 0 .514
1.000
1.514
0
Kreke, Jordan
.190
50
137
15
26 4 1 1 11 4 45
9
2
.221
.255
.476
4
Lee, Carlos .500 3 10 1 5 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 .500
.800
1.300
0
Locke, Drew .295 68 261 40 77 16 1 8 46 21 48 1 2 .347
.456
.803
0
Martinez, Jose .304 107
425 75 129 21 4 13 75 36 40 3 1 .362
.464
.826
6
Maxwell, Justin
.250 2 8 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 .333
.375
.708
0
McCurdy, Ryan
.200
29
75 7 15 3 1 1 9 7 4 0 0 .307
.307
.613
3
*Muren, Drew
.291
33
110
19
32 6 2 1 6 8 18
5
6
.342
.409
.751
2
Orloff, Ben .295
39
122 16 36 5 1 0 15 8 6 3 1 .360
.352
.713
3
Simunic, Andrew
.297 106
391 59 116 11 1 2 37 29 65 15 4 .349
.345
.694
10
*Singleton, Jonathan
.284 131
461 94 131 27 4 21 79 88 131
7 2 .396
.497
.893
13
Springer, George
.219
22
73 8 16 3 0 2 5 6 25
4
2
.288
.342
.630
0
Steele, T.J. .141
26
71 10
10 1 1 2 7 4 27
2
0
.184
.268
.452
1
Thompson, J.C.
.119
18
42 1 5 1 0 0 1 0 17
0
0
.159
.143
.302
3
#Villar, Jonathan
.261 86 326 54 85 7 2 11 50 35 87 39 8 .336
.396
.732
24
Wallace, Chris .251 63 199 26 50 14 0 5 29 19 60 3 0 .330
.397
.727
5
Wates, Austin .304 95 359 58 109 16 4 7 48 31 71 17 11 .375 .429
.804 4
*Wikoff, Brandon
.190
22
63 7 12 2 0 0 2 9 6 1 0 .297
.222
.520
3
Team Total .268 140
4769 736 1280 240 32 123 665 480 1054
132
51 .342 .410
.751
114
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Abreu, Erick 10-4-2
4.14
36
Aristil, Jonnathan
0-1-0
4.32
8
Buchanan, Jake
5-9-0 4.96
27
*Chapman, Kevin 6-3-2
2.64 49
Cisnero, Jose 9-6-0
3.40
20
Clemens, Paul
3-2-0
3.46 7
Cosart, Jarred 5-5-0
3.52
15
Doran, Bobby 6-2-0
4.83
10
Flores, Adalberto 1-1-0
7.65 13
Heidenreich, Matt 3-1-0
3.93 8
Hicks, Chris 0-1-0
9.82
2
Leon, Arcenio
3-2-2
4.38 44
*Musick, Wes 0-1-0
3.00
3
*Oberholtzer, Brett
5-3-0 4.21
13
*Rasmussen, Rob
4-4-0
4.80
11
Seaton, Ross 8-8-0 4.07
25
*Sogard, Alex
3-1-0
3.86 33
Stoffel, Jason
2-1-27
2.33 56
Villar, Henry
4-2-1
4.68 25
Wojciechowski, Asher 2-2-0
2.06 8
Zeid, Josh
2-0-1
5.59 47
Team Total
81-59-35
4.06
140

GS  
CG  
3 0
0 0
19 0
0
0
20 2
7
0
15 0
10 0
0
0
7
0
0 0
0
0
1 0
13 0
10 0
25 1
0
0
0
0
2
0
8
0
0
0
140 3

SHO  
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

IP  
H  
R  
76.0 68 40
16.2
20 8
134.1
171 85
58.0
49
19
108.2
93 44
41.2
41
18
87.0
83 37
54.0
61 29
20.0
27
17
34.1
39
22
3.2 3 4
63.2
60
36
12.0
9 4
77.0 81 41
54.1
58 30
146.0
155 75
53.2
60
28
58.0
41
16
50.0
50
26
43.2
30
14
56.1
57
35
1249.0
1256 628

ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
35 13 25 67 0.69
1.22
.239
8 4 3 21
0.80
1.38
.303
74 11 33 83 2.05
1.52
.310
17
2
32
59
1.05
1.40
.226
41 7 46
116
0.62
1.28
.227
16
7
11
37
1.00
1.25
.255
34 3 38
68
2.12
1.39
.250
29 6 16
43
1.40
1.43
.284
17
4
5
22
0.65
1.60
.321
15
2
7
26
1.26
1.34
.277
4 1 0 1 4.50
0.82
.200
31
6
33
58
1.27
1.46
.251
4 0 6 14
0.46
1.25
.214
36 11 21 68 1.62
1.32
.267
29 6 18
44
0.98
1.40
.276
66 17 31 106
1.07
1.27
.271
23
3
25
35
2.58
1.58
.291
15
3
16
57
1.30
0.98
.196
26
8
8
30
0.75
1.16
.266
10
0
14
34
0.83
1.01
.190
35
6
20
66
0.85
1.37
.263
563 120 408 1055
1.48 1.33
.261

LANCASTER JETHAWKS (W-L Record: 74-66)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
Adamson, Daniel
.083 4 12 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 10 0 0 .083
.333
.417
0
*Aplin, Andrew
.260
24
104
19
27 4 2 3 13 4 16
4
3
.287
.423
.710
1
*Bailey, Adam .279 47 179 28 50 13 0 8 25 13 40 2 2 .326
.486
.812
1
*Castro, Erik .285 128
485 87 138 27 1 27 108 78 162
4 4 .382
.511
.894
7
DeShields, Delino
.237 24 97 17 23 2 3 2 9 13 23 18 5 .336
.381
.718
5
*Epps, Chris .285 46 158 35 45 6 6 10 32 25 46 3 3 .376
.589
.965
1
Garcia, Rene
.279
60
215
23
60
13
0
0
22
6
24
1
1
.308
.340
.648
7
Heath, Ben .298 50 191 26 57 9 0 5 29 13 51 1 0 .346
.424
.770
3
Hernandez, Enrique
.275 100
378 52 104 25 7 5 49 22 43 4 2 .318
.418
.736
15
Hogue, Grant .361 43 144 40 52 8 3 0 17 17 22 27 2 .421
.458
.879
3
King, Emilio
---
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
---
---
---
0
McCurdy, Ryan
.667 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .750
.667
1.417
0
Meyer, Jonathan
.272
129
504
78
137
24
2
8
57
31
101
4
3
.315
.375
.690
17
Mier, Jiovanni .292 46 171 28 50 9 1 3 25 29 34 6 3 .396
.409
.805
10
#Moon, Chan
.188
10
32 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 15
0
2
.188
.188
.375
0
*Muren, Drew
.321
21
81 16
26 2 0 2 13 7 19
5
1
.378
.420
.798
1
Nash, Telvin .224 106
393 61 88 19 0 29 75 47 198
0 1 .316
.494
.810
7
Orloff, Ben .288 77 285 40 82 8 0 0 29 32 22 7 2 .362
.316
.678
8
Pena, Roberto
.213
21
75 10
16 4 0 1 11 5 15
0
0
.259
.307
.566
5
Perez, Carlos .318
26
88 11
28 6 1 0 10 6 17
0
1
.368
.409
.778
1
Santana, Domingo
.302 119
457 87 138 26 6 23 97 55 148
7 1 .385
.536
.921
10
Springer, George
.316 106
433 101
137 18 10 22 82 56 131
28
6 .398
.557
.955
2
Todd, Alex .286 54 185 36 53 11 1 3 21 16 46 4 2 .380
.405
.785
12
*Valenzuela, Rafael
.284 73 275 45 78 14 4 6 35 24 48 11 4 .349
.429
.778
5
Team Total .283 140
4946 843 1398 248 47 158 760 499 1232
136
48 .353 .448
.801
132
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Alaniz, Ruben 6-2-0 5.04
17
*Cain, Colton
2-2-0
5.55 7
Chowning, Jason 0-1-0
14.54 7
Clark, Kirk
4-4-8
5.36 35
De Leon, Jorge
2-9-6
7.70 40
Doran, Bobby 8-4-0
3.57
17
*Dydalewicz, Brad 1-0-0
6.13 28
*Garcia, Gabriel
1-0-0
5.84
9
Grimmett, Zachary
3-6-1 8.21
23
Lo, Chia-Jen 0-0-0
1.42
11
*Long, Kenny 1-0-2
1.13
12
Martinez, David
9-5-0 4.38
27
*Musick, Wes 3-1-0
2.51
5
Perez, Tyson 9-5-0 5.03
21
Quevedo, Carlos
2-4-3
2.03
15
Robinson, Andrew 4-5-6
4.33 44
*Sogard, Alex 0-2-0
2.81
6
Streilein, Brian
2-3-1
7.78 26
Trinidad, Jose
8-4-0
3.79 41
Tropeano, Nick
6-3-0
3.31
12
*Urckfitz, Pat
0-3-8
3.66 45
*Walters, Blair
3-3-0
7.62 8
Team Total
74-66-35
5.00
140

GS  
CG  
17 0
7
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
17 0
0
0
0 0
10 0
0 0
0 0
26 0
5 1
21 1
0 0
0
0
0 0
0
0
3
0
12 0
0
0
8
0
140 2

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
100.0
113 58 56 12 26 70 1.23
1.39
.288
35.2
41
24
22
4
18
25
1.23
1.65
.287
8.2
16
14
14
1
11
13
0.83
3.12
.400
40.1
44
25
24
6
22
22
0.88
1.64
.282
87.2
116
88
75
11
44
60
0.66
1.83
.320
103.1
95 50 41 8 30
72
1.22
1.21
.244
39.2
51
30
27
4
18
22
1.28
1.74
.315
12.1
18 8 8 3 4 11
0.39
1.78
.333
83.1 123 80 76 21 25 66 0.54
1.78
.348
19.0
14 3 3 1 4 20
1.64
0.95
.222
8.0 3 1 1 0 2 18
0.25
0.63
.115
160.1
181 90 78 19 33 114
1.43
1.33
.285
32.1
27 10 9 4 7 26
0.97
1.05
.235
120.0
149 73 67 19 32 79 1.36
1.51
.308
31.0
23 7 7 4 10
37
0.47
1.06
.207
60.1
54
41
29
4
26
74
1.95
1.33
.233
16.0
12 7 5 0 8 17
1.91
1.25
.197
41.2
52
36
36
4
16
33
1.77
1.63
.313
76.0
77
37
32
8
33
43
1.46
1.45
.269
70.2
72 37 26 8 21
69
1.00
1.32
.265
66.1
69
31
27
5
21
62
1.36
1.36
.265
39.0
49
36
33
8
15
34
0.95
1.64
.301
1251.2
1399 786 695 154 426 987 1.51 1.46
.284

LEXINGTON LEGENDS (W-L Record: 69-69)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
Alvarez, Luis .264
17
53 7 14 1 1 2 8 3 13
1
0
.328
.434
.762
3
*Austin, Jay .255
15
51 7 13 1 1 0 4 7 4 5 0 .356
.314
.670
1
*Burnett, Tyler
.178
12
45 4 8 1 0 1 2 7 12
1
0
.288
.267
.555
2
DeShields, Delino
.298 111
440 96 131 22 5 10 52 70 108
83
14
.401
.439
.839
19
Duffy, Matt .280 134
492 73 138 32 1 16 70 48 106
6 3 .387
.447
.834
19
*Epps, Chris .226 36 133 17 30 6 0 3 17 15 39 5 1 .311
.338
.650
3
Fernandez, Jose
.258
20
66 14
17 7 0 1 10 8 19
2
0
.333
.409
.742
9
*Fontana, Nolan
.225 49 151 37 34 9 1 2 25 65 44 12 2 .464
.338
.801
6
Genoves, Ernesto
.000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
.000
.000
0
Gominsky, Justin
.241 94 332 37 80 15 1 2 36 34 69 13 4 .318
.310
.628
6
*Hamblin, Miles
.333 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 .500
1.333
1.833
0
Hernandez, Teoscar
.240 8 25 2 6 2 0 1 5 3 12 1 0 .310
.440
.750
0
*Hinson, John
.339
15
59 12
20 4 0 2 11 1 17
4
1
.350
.508
.858
6
Howick, James .179 29 95 18 17 4 0 2 10 11 22 2 1 .264
.284
.548
9
Johnson, Zachary
.238 134
508 63 121 38 1 15 108 75 92 0 1 .339
.406
.745
13
King, Emilio .135
20
74 6 10 3 0 0 5 8 31
0
0
.220
.176
.395
0
Kreke, Jordan
.190
15
58 4 11 1 0 0 2 3 16
2
2
.242
.207
.449
3
#Kvasnicka, Mike
.232 88 345 46 80 15 1 15 53 19 86 1 2 .275
.412
.687
4
McCurdy, Ryan .185 24 65 9 12 4 0 0 7 12 10 3 1 .372
.246
.618
0
Meredith, Brandon
.278 86 316 54 88 19 4 15 48 43 86 12 3 .377
.506
.883
1
#Moon, Chan .257 62 214 27 55 13 1 3 30 28 57 13 5 .339
.369
.708
14
#Morales, Jobduan
.270
17
63 4 17 2 0 0 6 3 16
0
0
.294
.302
.596
1
Moronta, Cristian
.278 5 18 3 5 3 0 0 4 2 6 0 0 .350
.444
.794
1
*Muren, Drew .279 48 183 25 51 12 1 3 17 11 29 4 5 .325
.404
.729
1
Pena, Roberto .245 61 220 21 54 12 0 2 22 10 43 1 2 .278
.327
.605
4
*Scott, Jordan .230 110
404 55 93 13 2 1 43 57 81 13 11 .325
.280
.604
1
#Sosa, Ruben .280 44 125 25 35 3 2 0 9 17 26 13 2 .364
.336
.700
3
Todd, Alex .306 22 85 16 26 4 1 1 13 10 13 0 0 .388
.412
.800
4
Wierzbicki, Jesse
.250 8 28 7 7 1 1 1 5 2 5 1 0 .344
.464
.808
3
Team Total
.252
138
4653
691
1174
247
24
99
623
573
1062 198
60
.344
.380 .723
162
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Bushue, Tanner
0-3-0
18.82 6
Chowning, Jason
1-2-10
0.66
19
*Cruz, Luis 9-8-0 4.05
28
Devenski, Chris
2-2-0
3.07 5
Diaz, Dayan
5-4-19
1.85 41
Dufek, Jonas 6-5-0 5.47
25
Foltynewicz, Mike
14-4-0
3.14
27
Ford, Blake 0-0-0
13.50
2
Galarraga, Armando
0-0-0
2.25
1
*Garcia, Gabriel
1-2-0
5.03 21
Gouvea, Murilo
2-7-4 3.71
50
*Grills, Evan 4-1-0 4.92
37
*Hallock, Kyle
1-1-0
10.23 7
*Lambson, Mitchell 2-1-0
2.72 19
Ordosgoitti, Luis
5-5-0 5.42
19
Perez, Juri
2-1-1
4.18 5
Pettus, Nathan
1-6-0
5.86 31
Quevedo, Carlos
4-3-4
3.88 25
Quezada, Euris
1-2-1
4.62 14
Rodriguez, Richard
0-0-0
3.00
1
*Rollins, David
1-3-0
3.48 6
*Shirley, Thomas
2-4-1
3.06
16
Tropeano, Nicholas
6-4-0
2.78
15
*Zuloaga, Scott
0-1-0
10.50
5
Team Total
69-69-40
4.24
138

GS  
CG  
3
0
0 0
24 0
5
1
0
0
24 0
27 0
0 0
1 0
0
0
0 0
0 0
6
0
0
0
19 0
3
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
1 0
6
0
1
0
14 0
0 0
138 1

TRI-CITY VALLEYCATS (W-L Record: 51-25)

SHO  
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10

IP  
H  
R  
11.0
27
25
27.1
12 7
146.2
152 74
29.1
23
11
58.1
40
14
126.2
147 89
152.0
145 65
2.0 5 3
4.0 4 1
39.1
41
25
77.2 62 36
71.1 81 40
22.0
40
27
36.1
30
12
103.0
133 69
23.2
22
16
63.0
71
43
55.2
55
26
25.1
29
16
3.0 3 1
31.0
27
14
35.1
32
13
87.1
77 29
6.0 8 8
1238.1
1266 664

ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
23
4
6
10
1.33
3.00
.466
2 2 9 40
1.59
0.77
.128
66 12 47 135
1.51
1.36
.263
10
1
16
38
1.10
1.33
.225
12
1
30
64
1.71
1.20
.197
77 16 37 117
1.00
1.45
.288
53 11 62 125
1.18
1.36
.250
3 0 2 1 4.00
3.50
.455
1 0 2 0 1.00
1.50
.250
22
6
10
27
0.82
1.30
.265
32 12 29 87 1.34
1.17
.222
39 11 23 42 1.18
1.46
.287
25
7
13
15
1.65
2.41
.404
11
2
10
42
0.76
1.10
.217
62 13 26 77 1.18
1.54
.316
11
1
12
21
1.20
1.44
.265
41
6
37
48
1.16
1.71
.292
24
6
6
59
1.22
1.10
.257
13
0
18
20
2.60
1.86
.290
1 0 1 4 0.67
1.33
.250
12
5
9
25
1.58
1.16
.241
12
2
16
45
1.90
1.36
.237
27 3 26
97
1.35
1.18
.238
7 2 4 4 1.50
2.00
.308
584 123 452 1144
1.63 1.39
.265

BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
*Aplin, Andrew
.348 44 164 38 57 9 5 4 25 24 22 20 7 .441
.537
.978
1
#Batista, Jean
.306
12
49 7 15 4 0 0 3 0 12
2
1
.300
.388
.688
6
Cokinos, M.P.
.320
36
125
18
40 4 1 3 18 9 14
1
1
.370
.440
.810
0
*Davidson, Chase
.156 9 32 4 5 1 0 1 5 3 9 1 0 .229
.281
.510
*Dineen, Ryan .217 66 230 31 50 6 2 2 23 28 69 7 1 .314
.287
.601
17
#Elkins, Austin .272 66 254 45 69 13 2 5 25 30 47 18 4 .360
.398
.757
12
Gominsky, Justin
.167 5 18 1 3 1 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 .167
.222
.389
1
*Gulbransen, Dan
.218 58 206 31 45 8 1 6 37 26 41 7 0 .317
.354
.671
3
#Heineman, Tyler
.358 55 193 33 69 14 0 0 26 26 12 6 2 .452
.430
.882
1
Johnson, Neiko
.215 43 149 24 32 3 2 1 10 23 31 15 7 .333
.282
.615
5
King, Emilio .200
41
130
18
26 7 2 4 17 6 46
1
0
.250
.377
.627
5
McKinney, Jarrod
.224 48 161 22 36 5 1 5 25 18 55 4 4 .312
.360
.672
1
#Morales, Jobduan
.292 37 130 25 38 7 1 5 28 15 28 1 2 .367
.477
.844
3
Moronta, Cristian
.200 3 10 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 .200
.200
.400
0
#Sclafani, Joe .271 70 266 39 72 9 3 1 36 33 40 16 3 .355
.338
.693
16
*Tucker, Preston
.321 42 165 32 53 7 0 8 38 18 16 1 2 .390
.509
.899
0
Wierzbicki, Jesse
.297 70 256 46 76 11 3 5 40 29 50 19 5 .376
.422
.798
5
Team Total
.271 76 2538 414 688 109 23 50 361 288 500 119 39 .355 .391
.746 86
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PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Ballew, Travis 5-1-3
1.62
23
*Bircher, Joe 3-4-0
3.32
13
Cotton, Jamaine
2-1-0
3.31 23
Day, Lance
6-1-0
2.73 11
Ford, Blake 0-3-14
2.28
27
*Holmes, Brian
7-2-0
2.57
13
*Long, Kenny 1-1-2
1.88
17
*Meiners, Jeremiah
4-2-2
1.98
20
Minaya, Juan
2-2-0
4.66 17
Neely, John
0-1-4
3.12 22
Perez, Juri
2-2-0
1.81 9
Propst, Brad
1-0-0
8.56 11
Quezada, Euris
0-0-0
0.00
6
Rodgers, Brady
7-2-0
2.89
12
*Shirley, Thomas
1-0-0
1.29
3
Velasquez, Vincent 4-1-0
3.35
9
West, Aaron 6-2-0
2.04
12
*Zuloaga, Scott
0-0-0
0.00
8
Team Total
51-25-25 2.75 76

GS  
CG  
0 0
13 0
0
0
8
0
0 0
12 1
0 0
0 0
2
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0 0
12 0
0 0
9
0
12 0
0 0
76
1

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
39.0
23 9 7 2 17
44
1.76
1.03
.174
65.0
76 30 24 6 20
42
0.86
1.48
.292
32.2
31
16
12
3
15
32
1.10
1.41
.250
52.2
52
19
16
2
8
34
1.41
1.14
.250
27.2
20 10 7 0 14
24
1.03
1.23
.192
66.2
39 22 19 4 25
65
0.58
0.96
.165
14.1
4 3 3 0 5 20
1.88
0.63
.089
41.0
30 12 9 0 11
41
1.16
1.00
.199
36.2
34
21
19
0
17
31
1.93
1.39
.238
40.1
45
18
14
2
11
37
2.04
1.39
.285
49.2
41
13
10
1
15
39
1.18
1.13
.222
13.2
25
15
13
3
3
12
1.55
2.05
.403
9.1 6 1 0 0 2 10
1.11
0.86
.171
62.1
60 26 20 5 11
49
1.79
1.14
.251
7.0 6 2 1 0 1 8 1.33
1.00
.214
45.2
37
19
17
2
17
51
0.82
1.18
.223
61.2
50 15 14 3 9 59
1.18
0.96
.218
5.0 4 0 0 0 0 4 1.20
0.80
.211
670.1
583
251
205
33
201
602
1.71
1.17 .231

GREENEVILLE ASTROS (W-L Record: 36-32)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
Alvarez, Luis .294 6 17 3 5 1 0 2 3 2 4 0 0 .368
.706
1.074
1
#Batista, Jean
.321
51
196
30
63
19
2
6
36
7
31
6
2
.345
.531
.875
10
Blasik, Brian .318 55 217 29 69 14 3 1 43 11 25 6 1 .346
.424
.770
4
Correa, Carlos
.371
11
35 5 13 3 1 1 3 5 8 1 0 .450
.600
1.050
1
Fernandez, Jose
.184
14
38 4 7 1 0 0 1 8 13
2
0
.340
.211
.551
5
Genoves, Ernesto
.235 48 162 27 38 13 0 5 25 17 29 2 1 .310
.407
.717
4
*Gingras, Ricky
.190
29
100 7 19 2 0 3 17 4 17
0
0
.221
.300
.521
1
Howick, James .201 45 149 17 30 7 0 1 14 10 33 2 0 .264
.268
.532
7
*Ibanez, Angel .264 60 227 30 60 10 1 0 21 15 32 3 3 .310
.317
.627
11
Joyce, Terrell .273 58 220 31 60 14 0 7 27 19 66 2 1 .332
.432
.764
2
Magee, Joshua
.241
12
29 3 7 2 0 0 1 1 4 4 2 .267
.310
.577
0
Martinez, Michael
.277 48 166 26 46 8 0 3 23 22 31 1 0 .366
.380
.745
2
Monzon, Jose .214 45 117 16 25 2 0 2 11 14 36 4 0 .301
.282
.583
2
Moronta, Cristian
.429 6 7 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 .444
.571
1.016
0
*Ovando, Ariel .287 59 223 34 64 13 2 6 35 22 67 0 0 .350
.444
.794
4
*Ruiz, Rio .220
15
50 8 11 3 1 1 7 4 10
0
0
.291
.380
.671
1
#Sosa, Ruben .077 4 13 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 .200
.077
.277
0
Toney, D’Andre .252 59 230 43 58 8 0 3 18 25 60 15 5 .351
.326
.677
5
*Wik, Marc .235 40 119 22 28 3 0 1 11 21 46 3 6 .359
.286
.645
3
Team Total
.262 68 2315 339 607 124 10 42 297 209 515 53 21 .328 .379
.707 71
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Bushue, Tanner
1-3-0
5.65
16
Comer, Kevin 0-1-0
9.00
2
Dando, Zachary
4-0-1
3.18 19
Dimock, Michael 0-0-4
4.20 20
Feliz, Michael
1-1-0
5.13 6
Garcia, Christian
2-0-0
4.19 18
Gonzalez, Erick
0-0-0
0.00
1
*Hardoin, Zachary
0-0-0
3.38
8
Hauschild, Mike
2-2-3
1.78
19
Houser, Adrian
3-4-0
4.19
11
Jankowski, Jordan
4-0-4
2.23
23
*Lambson, Mitchell
1-0-1
0.00
4
*Lee, Christopher 1-2-0
11.42 5
McCullers, Lance
0-3-0
4.80
4
Minor, Daniel 3-2-0
2.75
11
Musgrove, Joseph
0-1-0
7.00
4
Propst, Brad 1-0-0
1.00
6
Quezada, Euris
3-3-2
2.65
10
Ramirez, Francis
5-4-0
4.05
13
Rodriguez, Richard 2-1-0
3.90 8
Tiburcio, Frederick
3-5-0
4.47
12
Walter, Andrew
0-0-0
2.75
13
*Zuloaga, Scott
0-0-0
2.13
20
Team Total
36-32-15 3.76 68

GS  
CG  
1
0
1 0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0 0
0 0
1 0
11 0
0 0
0 0
3
0
4 0
11 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
13 0
6
0
11 2
0 0
0 0
68
2

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
28.2
32
26
18
3
21
34
0.92
1.85
0.29
6.0 10 6 6 2 2 5 1.00
2.00
0.37
34.0
34
16
12
0
9
32
1.11
1.26
0.25
30.0
26
15
14
0
9
36
1.08
1.17
0.23
26.1
28
16
15
1
14
28
0.85
1.59
0.27
34.1
34
16
16
4
14
30
1.03
1.40
0.26
2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4.00
0.00
0.00
10.2
9 4 4 2 4 11
0.75
1.22
0.24
30.1
22 6 6 0 9 39
5.25
1.02
0.20
58.0
53 28 27 1 23
54
2.06
1.31
0.25
32.1
25 8 8 1 10
53
1.25
1.08
0.21
9.2 4 0 0 0 0 12
0.80
0.41
0.12
8.2
13
15
11
1
9
9
1.43
2.54
0.36
15.0
10 11 8 2 10
17
1.90
1.33
0.18
59.0
51 23 18 3 10
48
1.88
1.03
0.23
9.0 14 7 7 0 4 10
0.50
2.00
0.36
9.0 6 1 1 1 3 10
1.14
1.00
0.19
17.0
16 9 5 0 2 19
3.57
1.06
0.24
53.1
49 28 24 3 29
59
1.09
1.46
0.25
32.1
27
18
14
3
9
37
0.72
1.11
0.22
58.1
52 34 29 5 27
55
1.61
1.35
0.23
19.2
18 6 6 3 11
27
1.31
1.47
0.24
12.2
10 4 3 0 4 16
1.18
1.11
0.20
596.1
543
297
249
35
233
642
1.78
1.30 0.24

GCL ASTROS (W-L Record: 28-31)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
Carnahan, Jon
.250
13
36 3 9 2 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 .289
.306
.595
0
Correa, Carlos
.232
39
155
23
36
11
1
2
9
7
36
5
1
.270
.355
.625
11
#De La Rosa, Luis .149
27
47
9
7
1
2
1
6
6
15
2
0
.263
.319
.582
2
Diaz, Kenny .194
19
31 2 6 0 0 0 2 1 6 0 0 .242
.194
.436
1
#Gomez, Edwin
.260
31
96 10
25 7 1 1 12 5 25
0
1
.304
.385
.689
7
Gonzalez, Alfredo
.244
27
90 13
22 3 1 0 6 3 10
5
0
.299
.300
.599
1
Gonzalez, Wallace
.256
41
125
15
32 6 2 2 19 5 40
1
0
.295
.384
.679
1
Hernandez, Teoscar
.243 51 177 25 43 11 2 4 18 19 54 10 1 .325
.395
.720
5
Marte, Ydarqui
.210
33
62 11
13 3 0 1 5 1 17
1
0
.222
.306
.529
1
#Martone, Luca
.091
10
11 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 .231
.091
.322
1
#Mejia, Yonathan
.239 52 188 16 45 4 0 2 23 12 33 3 2 .284
.293
.576
9
Mier, Jiovanni .214 5 14 1 3 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 .250
.286
.536
1
Moronta, Cristian
.000 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250
.000
.250
0
Phillips, Brett .251 54 175 26 44 7 6 0 13 28 48 7 5 .360
.360
.720
5
Polanco, Franny
.122
18
41 0 5 1 0 0 3 2 8 0 1 .182
.146
.328
1
Redinger, Kyle
.167
13
18 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 6 1 0 .211
.167
.377
3
*Reynolds, Javaris
.214
11
28 3 6 0 0 0 0 4 7 1 2 .333
.214
.548
2
Rivera, Darwin .310 57 200 24 62 14 0 4 29 19 44 0 2 .373
.440
.813
18
*Ruiz, Rio
.271 23 85 13 23 8 2 0 11 12 22 2 0 .361
.412
.773
0
Santana, Juan .268 56 194 16 52 12 0 0 24 10 22 5 1 .309
.330
.639
11
*Schafer, Jordan
.500 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500
.500
1.000
0
Silfa, Yoel .281
12
32 7 9 1 0 0 6 4 7 0 0 .361
.313
.674
4
Solano, Jose .169
24
59 6 10 1 1 1 2 4 20
2
2
.246
.271
.517
8
Vizcaino, Kelvin
.087
10
23 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 9 2 1 .125
.087
.212
0
Wates, Austin .556 3 9 2 5 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 .556
.889
1.444
0
Team Total
.244 59 1901 227 464 93 18 19 197 149 437 47 20 .307 .342
.648 97
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Abreu, Alan 1-2-0
2.70
14
Barrios, Agapito
1-5-0
3.28 11
*Batista, Ricardo
1-0-0
1.71
14
Culbreth, Brandon 1-3-0
5.91 10
*De Leon, Ambiorix 1-2-0
3.74 17
Feliz, Michael 5-0-0
1.64
7
Franco, Enderson 3-2-0
4.86 10
Frias, Edison
4-1-0
2.14 10
Gonzalez, Erick
2-0-10
1.80
19
*Guduan, Reymin 1-1-0
5.40 8
Gustave, Jandel
2-1-0
5.79 10
*Hallock, Kyle 0-2-0
3.12
5
Holley, Krishawn
1-1-0
0.68
7
Lo, Chia-Jen 0-1-0
0.00
8
McCullers, Lance
0-1-0
1.64
4
Mojica, Juan
0-3-0
11.30 11
Montero, Jose
1-2-0
5.03 13
Quintero, Rodney
0-3-0
5.93
12
Rivera, Raul 2-1-1
2.00
12
Sanchez, Gera
2-0-2
1.88
10
Valdez, Jose 0-0-0
0.00
5
Walter, Andrew
0-0-0
0.00
2
Team Total
28-31-13 3.45 59
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GS  
CG  
0 0
5
0
1 0
4
0
0
0
3 0
7
1
5
0
0 0
3
0
4
0
5 0
1 0
5 0
4 0
0
0
1
0
0 0
6 0
0 0
5 0
0 0
59
1

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
20 17 7 6 0 15
8 2.27
1.600
.236
49
51
25
18
1
8
26
0.86
1.200 .266
21 13 5 4 0 17
18
1.21
1.430
.191
32
37
27
21
1
18
22
1.38
1.720 .278
21
27
12
9
1
6
17
0.85
1.520 .290
38 25 8 7 2 9 35
1.45
.890
.185
50
69
31
27
2
8
37
0.80
1.540 .329
46
44
17
11
1
15
32
1.23
1.270 .256
25 24 7 5 0 9 14
1.35
1.320
.267
18
26
11
11
1
16
16
1.19
2.290 .342
28
24
23
18
0
27
22
1.77
1.820 .224
8 10 4 3 0 3 7 2.60
1.500
.294
13 8 1 1 1 1 8 0.78
.680
.167
11 5 2 0 0 2 11
1.09
.640
.128
11 10 2 2 0 2 12
1.44
1.090
.227
14
17
19
18
1
8
15
0.61
1.740 .283
19
21
13
11
0
11
13
0.63
1.630 .288
13 13 11 9 0 13
14
0.50
1.900
.245
36 36 11 8 2 4 35
1.73
1.110
.255
14 15 4 3 0 6 16
1.10
1.470
.288
5 2 0 0 0 1 7 8.00
.600
.111
4 1 0 0 0 1 6 0.67
.500
.083
501.0
495
240
192
13
200
391
1.52
1.39 .258

DSL ASTROS (W-L Record: 22-47)
BATTERS   AVG   G   AB   R   H   2B   3B   HR   RBI   BB   SO  
SB  
CS  
OBP  
SLG  
OPS  
E  
Avea, Marlon
.204
35
93 14
19 4 0 2 8 4 14
4
0
.286
.312
.598
4
Cesar, Randy .213 59 202 17 43 6 0 1 16 23 37 2 1 .307
.257
.565
24
Coa, Pedro .256
37
90 11 23 2 0 1 7 8 5 0 5 .320
.311
.631
7
Cortorreal, Jean Carlos
.201 55 144 21 29 2 3 0 16 17 30 2 4 .286
.257
.543
8
De La Cruz, Johan Tomas
.181 56 138 13 25 2 0 3 17 18 27 8 2 .295
.261
.556
3
Laguna, Mesac .248 68 246 29 61 13 0 6 23 20 24 7 4 .315
.374
.689
4
Medina, Michael
.113
27
62 5 7 2 1 0 1 1 31
1
2
.167
.177
.344
2
Mejia, Brauly .250
36
84 10
21 2 1 0 4 5 25
7
3
.323
.298
.620
3
Michelena, Arturo
.202
34
119
12
24 2 2 0 12 5 18
5
3
.234
.252
.486
10
*Murillo, Cristian
.182 56 132 28 24 5 0 0 10 40 34 5 6 .375
.220
.595
4
Pena, Brian .183 28 71 4 13 1 0 0 4 11 18 0 0 .294
.197
.491
2
Reynoso, Jarico .241 58 187 25 45 3 2 0 12 16 46 17 10 .324 .278
.602 4
Reynoso, Luis .281 50 171 23 48 11 0 1 17 27 31 8 3 .382
.363
.744
23
Roa, Hector .221
33
122
11
27 4 1 4 14 7 41
1
2
.258
.369
.626
3
Santana, Edward
---
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
---
---
.000
0
Serrano, Frederick
.209 56 182 10 38 7 0 3 14 18 67 0 2 .293
.297
.589
5
Silfa, Yoel
.180 56 194 21 35 6 0 0 14 13 29 3 3 .238
.211
.449
12
Team Total
.215 69 2238 254 482 72 10 21 189 233 478 70 50 .301 .285
.585 138
PITCHERS  
W-L-S   ERA   G  
Abad, Luis
0-4-0
7.96 14
Angulo, Yoiner
0-1-0
4.50
2
Arauz, Harold 1-1-0
4.30
8
Arias, Johan
1-2-2
4.53 17
Baso, Francisco
0-0-0
2.57
6
Castillo, Jesus 0-1-0
2.38
6
Chevalier, Rayderson 3-3-0
6.44 15
Colon, Frangy
0-4-0
4.81 18
Delis, Juan
1-0-0
3.69 17
De Los Santos, Samil 2-3-0
2.50 12
*Franzua, Geronimo 0-0-0
8.10 12
Heredia, Angel
1-1-2
5.54
8
Hernandez, Elieser 1-4-2
4.11 12
Hernandez, Juan
0-4-0
3.78
13
*Hurtado, Erick
0-1-0
7.36
6
Martinez, Yonquelys 2-3-1
4.43
18
Mesa, Victor
1-4-4
4.33
18
Rodriguez, Rauldison
0-0-1
3.18
10
*Saucedo, Javier
5-4-0
3.21 17
*Villarroel, Edwin
4-7-0
2.25
14
Team Total
22-47-12 4.20 69

GS  
CG  
5
0
2 0
5 0
5
0
6 0
0 0
5
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
1
0
0 0
8
1
11 0
0 0
0
0
0
0
0 0
1
0
11 0
69
1

SHO  
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5

IP  
H  
R  
ER  
HR   BB   SO   GB/FB   WHIP   AVG
26.0
18
26
23
3
31
27
1.29
1.88
.207
2.0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0.67
1.00
.286
14.2
19 9 7 0 3 15
0.94
1.50
.297
45.2
60
28
23
1
17
32
1.10
1.69
.317
7.0 5 2 2 1 2 7 0.50
1.00
.208
11.1
3 6 3 1 13
10
1.30
1.41
.086
43.1
48
40
31
3
23
40
1.05
1.64
.284
39.1
39
30
21
2
14
29
0.85
1.35
.255
31.2
18
22
13
0
26
26
2.81
1.39
.175
57.2
42
21
16
1
20
63
0.73
1.08 .197
13.1
12
19
12
1
31
12
0.59
3.23
.235
13.0
13 10 8 1 4 13
1.08
1.31
.265
35.0
37
18
16
0
8
25
1.47
1.29
.280
47.2
47 23 20 1 25
40
0.79
1.51
.258
11.0
10 9 9 2 9 11
1.10
1.73
.238
40.2
45
25
20
2
25
38
1.17
1.72
.290
35.1
40
26
17
2
15
19
1.40
1.56
.290
11.1
10 7 4 1 10
14
0.77
1.76
.222
47.2
38
22
17
3
25
33
1.33
1.32
.232
68.0
68 39 17 1 24
22
1.56
1.35
.260
601.2
574
383
281
26
325
476
1.73
1.49 .254

2012 DRAFT RECAP
Rnd (#)
1 (1)
1(41)*
2 (61)
3 (96)
4 (129)
5 (159)
6 (189)
7 (219)
8 (249)
9 (279)
10 (309)
11 (339)
12 (369)
13 (399)
14 (429)
15 (459)
16 (489)
17 (519)
18 (549)
19 (579)
20 (609)
21 (639)
22 (669)
23 (699)
24 (729)
25 (759)
26 (789)
27 (819)
28 (849)
29 (879)
30 (909)
31 (939)
32 (969)
33 (999)
34 (1029)
35 (1059)
36 (1089)
37 (1119)
38 (1149)
39 (1179)
40 (1209)

Player
Carlos Correa
Lance McCullers
Nolan Fontana
Brady Rodgers
Rio Ruiz
Andrew Aplin
Brett Phillips
Preston Tucker
Tyler Heineman
Daniel Minor
Joseph Bircher
Hunter Virant
Terrell Joyce
Brian Holmes
Joseph Sclafani
Erick Gonzalez
Daniel Gulbransen
Aaron West
Richard Gingras
Austin Elkins
Michael Clark
Marc Wik
Kenneth Long
Travis Ballew
Patrick Blair
Ryan Dineen
C.J. Hinojosa
Tanner Mathis
Angel Ibanez
Christian Garcia
John Neely
M.P. Cokinos
Tyler Manez
Michael Hauschild
Jordan Jankowski
James Sinatro
Michael Martinez
Michael Dimock
Zachary Remillard
Mitchell Traver
Joseph Shaw

Pos.
SS
RHP
SS
RHP
3B
CF
CF
LF
C
RHP
LHP
LHP
LF
LHP
SS
RHP
LF
RHP
C
2B
LHP
CF
LHP
RHP
SS
SS
SS
CF
3B
RHP
RHP
C
LHP
RHP
RHP
C
1B
RHP
3B
RHP
RHP

bold text - denotes signed player
* - denotes supplemental first round selection

B-T
R-R
L-R
L-R
R-R
L-R
L-L
L-R
L-L
S-R
R-R
L-L
R-L
R-R
L-L
S-R
R-R
L-L
R-R
L-R
S-R
L-L
L-R
L-L
R-R
R-R
L-R
R-R
L-L
L-R
R-R
R-R
R-R
L-L
R-R
R-R
R-R
R-R
R-R
R-R
R-R
R-R

Ht./Wt.
6-4/190
6-2/205
5-11/192
6-1/195
6-1/180
6-0/194
6-0/175
6-0/220
5-11/205
5-11/188
6-4/220
6-3/175
6-3/230
6-4/205
5-9/185
6-1/175
5-11/200
6-1/205
6-2/205
5-11/185
6-3/175
5-11/195
6-0/165
6-0/160
5-10/180
6-2/205
5-11/185
5-11/180
6-2/220
6-2/175
6-2/195
6-2/215
6-3/180
6-3/210
6-0/195
5-10/185
6-0/215
6-2/194
6-1/200
6-7/240
6-5/215

DOB
9/22/94
10/10/93
6/6/91
9/17/90
5/22/94
3/21/91
5/30/94
7/6/90
6/19/91
2/9/91
3/27/90
1/22/94
5/29/92
1/30/91
4/22/90
1/10/92
1/5/91
6/1/90
10/18/90
12/21/90
6/11/91
7/18/92
1/28/89
5/1/91
10/1/91
3/2/91
7/15/94
6/27/91
9/10/90
9/24/91
7/9/90
6/18/90
1/1/94
1/22/90
5/17/89
9/3/93
12/5/89
10/26/89
2/21/94
5/3/94
12/20/93

Age
17
18
20
21
18
21
18
21
20
21
22
18
20
21
22
20
21
22
21
21
20
19
23
21
20
21
17
20
21
20
21
21
18
22
23
18
22
22
18
18
18

School/Hometown
P.R. Baseball Academy/Gurabo, P.R.
Jesuit High School/Tampa, FL
University of Florida/Winter Garden, FL
Arizona State/Richmond, TX
Bishop Amat HS/La Puente, CA
Arizona State/Suisun, CA
Seminole HS/Seminole, FL
University of Florida/Tampa, FL
UCLA/Pacific Palisades, CA
Texas A&M Corpus Christi/Dripping Springs, TX

Bradley University (IL)/Omaha, NE
Adolfo Camarillo HS (CA)/Camarillo, CA
Florida State College/Newport News, VA

Wake Forest/Lawrenceville, GA
Dartmouth/Palm City, FL
Gateway CC/Gilbert, AZ
Jacksonville University/Appleton, WI
Univ. of Washington/Snohomish, WA

Point Loma Nazarene Univ./Palm Desert, CA

Dallas Baptist Univ./Coppell, TX
Kent State University/Akron, OH
Chabot College (CA)/Fremont, CA
Illinois State University/Andalusia, IL
Texas State University/Rockwall, TX
Wake Forest/Baltimore, MD
Eastern Illinois Univ./Valparaiso, IN
Klein Collins HS/Spring, TX

University of Mississippi/Lake Charles, LA
Univ. of Texas Pan American/Mission, TX
Florence-Darlington Tech (SC)/Saratoga Springs, NY

Texas Tech University/Sugar Land, TX
St. Mary’s University (TX)/Houston, TX
Plainedge HS (NY)/N. Massapecqua, NY

University of Dayton/Beavercreek, OH
Catawba College (NC)/McMurray, PA
Skyline HS (WA)/Sammamish, WA
Florida International/Miami, FL
Wake Forest/Greensboro, NC
LaSalle Institute (NY)/Cohoes, NY
Houston Christian HS/Navasota, TX
Ennis HS (TX)/Ennis, TX

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 11:01:58

HOUSTON ASTROS
TEAM BATTING / PITCHING
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System
+ = ROOKIE,

ID: EOSTMBR
PAGE: 1
# = MULT. TEAMS

PLAYER

G

AB

R

H

TB

Abad,F
.143 37
Altuve,J
.290 147
+Barnes,B
.204 43
Bixler,B
.193 36
Bogusevic,B
.203 146
Buck,T
.216 33
Carpenter,D
.500 31
Castro,J
.257 87
+Cedeno,X
.000 44
Corporan,C
.269 27
RIGHT
.222
LEFT
.283
+Cruz,R
.000 52
+Dominguez,M
.284 31
Downs,M
.202 91
Francisco,B
.247 31
Galarraga,A
.000
5
Gonzalez,E
.111
6
+Gonzalez,M
.234 80
RIGHT
.113
LEFT
.276
# Greene,T
.230 116
HOU
.246 39
Happ,J
.094 22
+Harrell,L
.153 35
RIGHT
.125
LEFT
.163
# Johnson,C
.281 136
HOU
.279 92
+Keuchel,D
.100 17
+Laird,B
.257 17
# Lee,C
.264 147
HOU
.287 66
Lowrie,J
.244 97
RIGHT
.184
LEFT
.265
Lyles,J
.158 26
Martinez,F
.237 41
Martinez,J
.241 113
Maxwell,J
.229 124
Moore,S
.259 72
Norris,B
.100 30
Paredes,J
.189 24
RIGHT
.063
LEFT
.224
Pearce,S
.254 21
Rodriguez,,F .000 71
Rodriguez,A 1.000
1
# Rodriguez,W
.066 34
HOU
.000 21
Schafer,J
.211 106
Snyder,C
.176 76
Wallace,B
.253 66
+Weiland,K
.000
4
Wright,W
.000 78
PITCHERS
.105 162

7
576
98
88
355
74
2
257
1
78
18
60
1
109
178
85
8
9
205
53
152
305
126
32
59
16
43
488
341
20
35
550
258
340
87
253
38
118
395
315
201
50
74
16
58
63
3
1
61
37
313
221
229
5
2
275

0
80
8
11
39
7
0
29
0
5

1
167
20
17
72
16
1
66
0
21
4
17
0
31
36
21
0
1
48
6
42
70
31
3
9
2
7
137
95
2
9
145
74
83
16
67
6
28
95
72
52
5
14
1
13
16
0
1
4
0
66
39
58
0
0
29

1
230
26
29
106
23
1
103
0
35
4
31
0
52
66
31
0
1
67
8
59
122
58
3
9
2
7
220
146
2
13
201
106
149
29
120
10
55
148
145
90
6
17
1
16
22
0
1
4
0
92
68
97
0
0
34

HOUSTON
OPPONENTS

PITCHER

AVG

0
14
15
5
0
0
21

34
18
2
5

48
36
1
2
53
24
43

3
12
34
46
23
2
7

2
0
0
2
1
40
23
24
1
0
15

2B 3B

HR RBI

SH SF HP

BB IBB

0
34
3
6
9
5
0
15
0
2
0
2
0
2
4
4
0
0
13
2
11
15
6
0
0
0
0
28
21
0
1
27
15
18
4
14
1
7
14
13
11
1
1
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
10
8
10
0
0
2

0
7
1
2
7
0
0
6
0
4
0
4
0
5
8
2
0
0
2
0
2
11
7
0
0
0
0
15
8
0
1
9
5
16
3
13
1
6
11
18
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
7
9
0
0
1

0
4
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
2
0
5
3
1
2
1
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
1
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
5
6
0
0
1
1
36

0
40
5
7
41
6
0
31
0
4
0
4
0
4
8
5
0
2
13
2
11
19
6
3
1
0
1
31
23
1
2
58
19
43
12
31
1
6
40
32
16
1
6
2
4
7
0
0
3
3
36
33
18
0
0
12

0
4
0
0
2
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
5
3
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
3
3
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0

0
37
7
7
28
6
0
29
0
13
4
9
0
16
16
5
0
1
12
1
11
30
11
1
1
1
0
76
41
1
4
77
29
42
13
29
4
14
55
53
26
3
3
1
2
8
0
0
2
1
23
24
24
0
0
12

.236 162 5407 583 1276 2008 238 28 146 545
.270 162 5539 794 1493 2366 276 39 173 753

R/L

W

L

ERA

G

GS

CG

0
4
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
4
1
1
0
6
0
2
0
2
0
1
2
2
3
1
2
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
2

0
6
1
0
7
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
3
0
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
5
1
3
7
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
3
4
6
0
0
0

GF SHO

54 30 58 463
69 41 48 540

SV

IP

SB

CS

3
74
29
36
96
18
0
61
1
19
2
17
1
17
38
23
3
5
29
9
20
95
39
16
32
11
21
132
92
10
8
49
17
65
16
49
18
34
96
114
56
15
21
6
15
16
2
0
14
9
106
70
73
1
2
118

0
33
1
3
15
0
0
0
0
0

0
11
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
2
0
0
0
3

0
0
4
0
0
0
3

12
3
0
0

4
2
0
0

5
4
0
0
3
0
2

1
1
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
9
0
0
2

0
1
2
4
1
0
1

1
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
4
1
0
0
0

SO

19 1365 105
40 1170 131

H

R

GI
DP
1
8
1
0
6
2
0
8
0
2
1
1
0
4
5
0
0
0
9
2
7
7
3
0
1
0
1
18
12
0
1
13
7
3
1
2
0
1
18
6
3
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
3
5
2
0
0
2

E

SLG

AB

.143 .143
.399 .340
.265 .250
.330 .253
.299 .297
.311 .284
.500 .500
.401 .334
.000 .000
.449 .310
.222 .211
.517 .338
1 .000 .000
1 .477 .310
6 .371 .253
1 .365 .289
0 .000 .000
1 .111 .273
5 .327 .280
.151 .145
.388 .325
11 .400 .274
6 .460 .278
0 .094 .171
0 .153 .167
.125 .125
.163 .182
19 .451 .326
13 .428 .329
2 .100 .136
1 .371 .297
6 .365 .332
3 .411 .336
8 .438 .331
.333 .290
.474 .345
1 .263 .179
0 .466 .300
2 .375 .311
2 .460 .304
6 .448 .330
2 .120 .115
5 .230 .244
.063 .158
.276 .270
1 .349 .347
2 .000 .000
01.000 1.000
3 .066 .109
2 .000 .075
2 .294 .297
4 .308 .295
9 .424 .323
2 .000 .000
1 .000 .000
18 .124 .142

0
2
8
10
33
13
0
8
0
3
3
0
0
0
37
7
0
0
17
6
11
17
2
2
0
0
0
7
1
0
5
1
0
5
3
2
0
4
10
28
5
1
5
0
5
5
0
0
0
0
12
4
4
0
0
3

0
1
2
0
8
7
0
2
0
2
2
0
0
0
4
3
0
0
4
1
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
0
1
3
7
3
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
5
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
1
1
8
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

.302 231
.337 227

56
55

6
1

26
25

IBB

WP BK

0
11
0
0
5
1
0
6
0
2

46 114 118 .371
37 108 113 .427

ER

HR

PINCH HIT
H HR RBI

OBP

HB

BB

SO

OPP
AVG

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 11:01:58

HOUSTON ASTROS
TEAM BATTING / PITCHING
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

ID: EOSTMBR
PAGE: 2
# = MULT. TEAMS

+ = ROOKIE,

PITCHER

R/L

Abad,F
Ambriz,H
Bogusevic,B
Carpenter,D
+Cedeno,X
Cordero,F
+Cruz,R
Del Rosari,E
#+Fick,C
HOU
Galarraga,A
Gonzalez,E
Happ,J
+Harrell,L
+Keuchel,D
Lopez,W
Lyles,J
Lyon,B
Myers,B
Norris,B
Rodriguez,,F
Rodriguez,A
# Rodriguez,W
HOU
+Storey,M
Valdez,J
+Weiland,K
Wright,W

L
R
L
R
L
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
L
R
L
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
L
L
R
R
R
L

HOUSTON
OPPONENTS

W

L

ERA

G

GS

CG

0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
7
11
3
6
5
0
0
7
2
0
12
7
0
0
0
2

6
1
0
2
1
3
1
0
1
1
4
1
9
11
8
3
12
2
4
13
10
0
13
9
1
0
3
2

5.09
4.19
18.00
6.07
3.77
19.80
6.05
9.00
4.38
4.30
6.75
5.04
4.83
3.76
5.27
2.17
5.09
3.25
3.52
4.65
5.37
3.00
3.76
3.79
3.86
2.25
6.62
3.27

37
18
1
30
44
6
52
19
20
18
5
6
18
32
16
64
25
37
35
29
71
1
34
21
26
12
3
77

6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
6
18
32
16
0
25
0
0
29
0
1
33
21
0
0
3
0

55
107

107
55

4.56
3.23

162
162

162
162

WP BK

OPP
AVG

GF SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

IBB

SO

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

8
2
1
8
12
1
26
3
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
28
0
11
29
0
9
0
1
0
3
3
0
13

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

46.0
19.1
1.0
29.2
31.0
5.0
55.0
19.0
24.2
23.0
24.0
25.0
104.1
193.2
85.1
66.1
141.1
36.0
30.2
168.1
70.1
6.0
205.2
130.2
30.1
12.0
17.2
52.1

57
14
3
43
30
13
65
34
27
24
28
23
112
185
93
61
159
37
35
165
68
2
205
134
27
12
24
45

27
9
2
21
15
11
38
21
14
13
20
14
58
90
56
18
97
13
17
90
45
2
99
66
14
4
13
20

26
9
2
20
13
11
37
19
12
11
18
14
56
81
50
16
80
13
12
87
42
2
86
55
13
3
13
19

6
0
1
4
3
2
8
1
4
4
6
3
17
13
14
4
20
3
4
23
10
2
21
13
2
1
5
4

3
2
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
0
1
1
1
2
5
2
2
8
1
0
3
2
1
0
0
6

19
11
0
14
14
4
29
7
18
17
18
8
39
78
39
8
42
11
6
66
34
2
56
32
10
8
7
17

1
2
0
3
1
1
0
0
4
4
1
0
0
5
1
2
4
2
1
2
7
0
4
2
0
1
0
0

38
22
0
27
36
5
46
11
17
17
17
18
98
140
38
54
99
35
20
165
78
6
139
89
34
10
13
54

4
4
0
2
3
1
3
0
4
4
1
1
5
10
2
1
2
5
1
8
10
0
5
5
0
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

.311
.206
.429
.341
.254
.481
.297
.395
.297
.286
.286
.240
.275
.253
.286
.250
.279
.262
.285
.254
.252
.105
.255
.260
.237
.261
.333
.226

3
5

159
157

11
14

31
50

1423.1
1447.0

1493
1276

794
583

721
519

173
146

48
58

540
463

40 1170
19 1365

75
55

6
6

.270
.236

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 10:40:54
THRU GAMES OF 10/03/12
BATTER

N.L. INTELLIGENCE REPORTS HOUSTON
vs. ALL TEAMS vs. LEFT
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

AVG

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SH

Altuve,J
Barnes,B
Bixler,B
Bogusevic,B
Buck,T
Castro,J
Corporan,C
Dominguez,M
Downs,M
Francisco,B
SEAS TOTAL
Gonzalez,M
Greene,T
SEAS TOTAL
Johnson,C
SEAS TOTAL
Laird,B
Lee,C
SEAS TOTAL
Lowrie,J
Martinez,F
Martinez,J
Maxwell,J
Moore,S
Paredes,J
Pearce,S
SEAS TOTAL
Schafer,J
Snyder,C
Wallace,B
PITCHERS

.359
.234
.262
.156
.286
.148
.222
.250
.184
.185
.213
.113
.417
.280
.213
.245
.211
.136
.206
.184
.077
.255
.272
.182
.063
.235
.240
.100
.169
.273
.092

71
22
18
47
5
35
10
13
52
13
46
28
14
66
43
71
10
26
61
46
10
57
58
13
10
8
37
39
42
32

156
47
42
64
7
54
18
24
98
27
94
53
24
118
75
139
19
59
141
87
13
106
103
11
16
17
75
50
77
55
76

24
4
4
6
0
3
0
4
10
2
7
4
8
20
7
11
0
4
9
11
0
11
20
1
0
0
8
5
9
5
4

56
11
11
10
2
8
4
6
18
5
20
6
10
33
16
34
4
8
29
16
1
27
28
2
1
4
18
5
13
15
7

15
3
3
1
0
2
0
0
3
0
3
2
0
6
3
4
0
4
7
4
0
3
5
0
0
0
2
0
4
2
1

1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
6
1
3
0
3
6
2
4
0
1
2
3
0
3
5
0
0
0
4
1
4
2
0

5
4
3
4
0
3
4
3
10
3
8
1
5
14
9
18
2
6
24
13
0
11
18
1
1
1
15
3
14
6
5

1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6

TOTALS

.213

1378

146

294

55

3

36

135

10

PITCHER

AVG

AB

H

HR

HB

BB

SO

Abad,F
Ambriz,H
Bogusevic,B
Carpenter,D
Cedeno,X
Cordero,F
Cruz,R
Del Rosari,E
Fick,C
Galarraga,A
Gonzalez,E
Happ,J
Harrell,L
Keuchel,D
Lopez,W
Lyles,J
Lyon,B
Myers,B
Norris,B
Rodriguez,,F
Rodriguez,A
Rodriguez,W
Storey,M
Valdez,J
Weiland,K
Wright,W

.277
.174
.000
.417
.213
.625
.315
.425
.400
.244
.279
.266
.248
.250
.231
.300
.250
.318
.263
.226
.000
.266
.167
.222
.343
.198

65
23
2
48
61
8
89
40
25
45
43
109
323
72
91
247
44
66
319
93
8
109
36
18
35
121

18
4
0
20
13
5
28
17
10
11
12
29
80
18
21
74
11
21
84
21
0
29
6
4
12
24

2
0
0
1
2
0
5
1
1
2
2
4
7
3
1
12
1
2
10
3
0
2
0
1
2
2

1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
2

5
2
0
7
7
1
11
1
10
13
5
6
48
8
5
28
6
2
46
14
1
7
3
2
4
9

14
8
0
7
27
1
19
4
0
8
9
27
74
8
16
39
11
7
75
27
1
24
6
6
6
39

TOTALS

.267

2140

572

66

14

251

463

ID: CLVSALR
PAGE:
1

BB

SO

SB

CS

GI
DP

SLG

OBP

10
2
4
4
0
2
0
1
5
2
7
2
2
7
5
9
1
5
11
12
0
11
19
0
2
2
10
6
13
1
2

17
17
14
22
3
21
2
1
24
8
25
9
5
34
24
42
2
1
8
16
5
25
30
3
6
2
17
24
21
13
35

11
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0

4
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
0
5
1
1
2
0
1
2
1
1
3
5
0
1
4
1
0
6
1
1
0
1
2
0
2
0
1

.506
.298
.405
.219
.286
.185
.222
.375
.398
.296
.362
.151
.792
.500
.333
.374
.211
.254
.298
.333
.077
.368
.505
.182
.063
.235
.427
.160
.377
.418
.105

.405
.280
.326
.217
.286
.175
.211
.280
.231
.241
.265
.145
.444
.318
.268
.298
.250
.203
.261
.290
.077
.322
.387
.250
.158
.350
.333
.196
.297
.293
.114

9 12 113

350

23

11

30

.336

.277

SF HP
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
3
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1

2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 10:40:57
THRU GAMES OF 10/03/12
BATTER

N.L. INTELLIGENCE REPORTS HOUSTON
vs. ALL TEAMS vs. RIGHT
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

AVG

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SH

Altuve,J
Barnes,B
Bixler,B
Bogusevic,B
Buck,T
Castro,J
Corporan,C
Dominguez,M
Downs,M
Francisco,B
SEAS TOTAL
Gonzalez,M
Greene,T
SEAS TOTAL
Johnson,C
SEAS TOTAL
Laird,B
Lee,C
SEAS TOTAL
Lowrie,J
Martinez,F
Martinez,J
Maxwell,J
Moore,S
Paredes,J
Pearce,S
SEAS TOTAL
Schafer,J
Snyder,C
Wallace,B
PITCHERS

.264
.176
.130
.213
.209
.286
.283
.294
.225
.276
.265
.276
.206
.198
.297
.295
.313
.332
.284
.265
.257
.235
.208
.263
.224
.261
.238
.232
.181
.247
.111

136
32
25
134
32
81
23
30
53
25
52
66
38
86
88
123
9
63
138
90
39
103
106
71
23
20
46
102
65
63

420
51
46
291
67
203
60
85
80
58
98
152
102
187
266
349
16
199
409
253
105
289
212
190
58
46
84
263
144
174
199

56
4
7
33
7
26
5
10
5
3
7
17
10
14
29
37
2
20
44
32
12
23
26
22
7
2
8
35
14
19
11

111
9
6
62
14
58
17
25
18
16
26
42
21
37
79
103
5
66
116
67
27
68
44
50
13
12
20
61
26
43
22

19
0
3
8
5
13
2
2
1
4
11
11
6
9
18
24
1
11
20
14
7
11
8
11
1
4
6
10
4
8
1

3
0
0
2
1
2
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
3
4
0
1
1
0
1
3
1
0
1
1
1
2
0
1
0

5
1
1
6
0
6
4
4
2
1
1
2
4
5
6
11
1
4
7
13
6
8
13
9
0
0
0
3
3
7
1

32
3
4
24
6
26
9
13
6
2
7
11
6
16
32
58
2
23
53
29
14
44
35
25
2
7
11
20
10
18
7

3
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
5
0
0
30

TOTALS

.244

4029

437

25 110

410

44

982 183

PITCHER

AVG

AB

H

HR

HB

BB

SO

Abad,F
Ambriz,H
Bogusevic,B
Carpenter,D
Cedeno,X
Cordero,F
Cruz,R
Del Rosari,E
Fick,C
Galarraga,A
Gonzalez,E
Happ,J
Harrell,L
Keuchel,D
Lopez,W
Lyles,J
Lyon,B
Myers,B
Norris,B
Rodriguez,,F
Rodriguez,A
Rodriguez,W
Storey,M
Valdez,J
Weiland,K
Wright,W

.331
.222
.600
.295
.298
.421
.285
.370
.237
.321
.208
.278
.258
.296
.261
.263
.268
.246
.245
.266
.182
.258
.269
.286
.324
.269

118
45
5
78
57
19
130
46
59
53
53
299
407
253
153
323
97
57
331
177
11
407
78
28
37
78

39
10
3
23
17
8
37
17
14
17
11
83
105
75
40
85
26
14
81
47
2
105
21
8
12
21

4
0
1
3
1
2
3
0
3
4
1
13
6
11
3
8
2
2
13
7
2
11
2
0
3
2

2
1
0
1
0
1
2
1
1
2
0
1
1
0
2
4
1
1
6
1
0
1
1
0
0
4

14
9
0
7
7
3
18
6
7
5
3
33
30
31
3
14
5
4
20
20
1
25
7
6
3
8

24
14
0
20
9
4
27
7
17
9
9
71
66
30
38
60
24
13
90
51
5
65
28
4
7
15

TOTALS

.271

3399

921

107

34

289

707

ID: CLVSALR
PAGE:
1

BB

SO

SB

CS

GI
DP

SLG

OBP

30
3
3
37
6
29
4
3
3
3
6
11
4
12
18
22
1
14
47
31
6
29
13
16
4
5
10
30
20
17
10

57
12
22
74
15
40
17
16
14
15
24
20
34
61
68
90
6
16
41
49
29
71
84
53
15
14
24
82
49
60
83

22
0
2
12
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
3
9
2
2
0
0
3
2
0
0
8
0
2
1
1
24
0
0
0

7
0
0
3
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
3
2
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
9
0
0
0

7
1
0
6
2
3
1
3
3
0
0
7
2
6
9
13
1
6
9
2
1
12
5
2
0
2
2
3
3
2
1

.360
.235
.261
.316
.313
.458
.517
.506
.338
.397
.408
.388
.382
.337
.455
.481
.563
.457
.389
.474
.514
.377
.439
.463
.276
.391
.333
.319
.271
.425
.131

.317
.222
.184
.313
.284
.373
.338
.318
.279
.311
.305
.325
.236
.246
.346
.338
.353
.376
.355
.345
.325
.306
.259
.335
.270
.345
.323
.316
.293
.332
.152

21 46 350 1015

82

35

84

.383

.310

SF HP
4
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
5
2
1
1
1
3
1
2
3
1
0
0
1

4
0
0
6
1
1
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
1
1
5
1
2
6
0
2
2
3
3
5
0

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 10:15:38
THRU GAMES OF 10/03/12

HOUSTON ASTROS BATTING WITH RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION REPORT
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

ID:
PAGE:

BWMISPR
1

OUTS

AVG

AB

H

2B

3B

HR

TOT
RBI

SP
RBI

MISP

MOB

BB

IBB

SO

SH

SF

GIDP

Abad,F
Abad,F
Abad,F

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Altuve,J
Altuve,J
Altuve,J

<2
=2

.255
.286
.270

51
49
100

13
14
27

2
1
3

0
1
1

1
0
1

18
9
27

16
9
25

70
63
133

96
82
178

4
5
9

0
0
0

8
4
12

1
0
1

4
0
4

0
0
0

Barnes,B
Barnes,B
Barnes,B

<2
=2

.091
.182
.136

11
11
22

1
2
3

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
2
5

3
2
5

15
17
32

22
21
43

1
2
3

0
0
0

4
1
5

1
0
1

0
0
0

1
0
1

Bixler,B
Bixler,B
Bixler,B

<2
=2

.222
.250
.238

9
12
21

2
3
5

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
3
4

1
2
3

11
13
24

14
18
32

0
0
0

0
0
0

4
3
7

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

Bogusevic,B
Bogusevic,B
Bogusevic,B

<2
=2

.239
.098
.172

46
41
87

11
4
15

1
0
1

2
0
2

1
1
2

14
6
20

10
5
15

57
62
119

75
81
156

5
9
14

1
0
1

9
14
23

0
0
0

1
0
1

3
0
3

Buck,T
Buck,T
Buck,T

<2
=2

.125
.182
.158

8
11
19

1
2
3

0
2
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
3
6

3
2
5

9
14
23

12
23
35

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
2
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Castro,J
Castro,J
Castro,J

<2
=2

.308
.250
.276

26
32
58

8
8
16

0
3
3

0
0
0

1
1
2

14
9
23

12
7
19

36
43
79

54
64
118

3
8
11

0
2
2

3
8
11

1
0
1

4
0
4

1
0
1

Corporan,C
Corporan,C
Corporan,C

<2
=2

.091
.308
.208

11
13
24

1
4
5

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
5
8

3
5
8

15
15
30

18
23
41

1
0
1

0
0
0

2
2
4

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

Cruz,R
Cruz,R
Cruz,R

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
1

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Dominguez,M
Dominguez,M
Dominguez,M

<2
=2

.200
.182
.192

15
11
26

3
2
5

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
1
3

9
4
13

5
2
7

18
15
33

24
21
45

1
1
2

0
1
1

2
1
3

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
0
2

Downs,M
Downs,M
Downs,M

<2
=2

.188
.100
.139

16
20
36

3
2
5

0
0
0

1
0
1

0
1
1

3
4
7

3
2
5

20
28
48

26
40
66

1
3
4

0
1
1

3
3
6

1
0
1

0
0
0

1
0
1

Francisco,B
Francisco,B
Francisco,B

<2
=2

.182
.222
.200

11
9
20

2
2
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
1
2

1
1
2

12
10
22

21
15
36

0
0
0

0
0
0

5
2
7

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Galarraga,A
Galarraga,A
Galarraga,A

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

2
0
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Gonzalez,E
Gonzalez,E
Gonzalez,E

<2
=2

.500
.000
.500

2
0
2

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

3
0
3

6
0
6

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

Gonzalez,M
Gonzalez,M
Gonzalez,M

<2
=2

.273
.091
.182

22
22
44

6
2
8

3
1
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

6
4
10

6
3
9

26
31
57

32
45
77

1
2
3

0
0
0

4
8
12

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Greene,T
Greene,T
Greene,T

<2
=2

.333
.091
.231

15
11
26

5
1
6

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
1
4

3
1
4

19
12
31

29
17
46

2
1
3

0
0
0

5
3
8

0
0
0

1
0
1

3
0
3

PLAYER

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 10:15:38
THRU GAMES OF 10/03/12

HOUSTON ASTROS BATTING WITH RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION REPORT
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

ID:
PAGE:

BWMISPR
2

OUTS

AVG

AB

H

2B

3B

HR

TOT
RBI

SP
RBI

MISP

MOB

BB

IBB

SO

SH

SF

GIDP

Happ,J
Happ,J
Happ,J

<2
=2

.000
.250
.111

5
4
9

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
1

0
1
1

6
8
14

8
11
19

0
2
2

0
0
0

4
1
5

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Harrell,L
Harrell,L
Harrell,L

<2
=2

.667
.100
.313

6
10
16

4
1
5

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
1

0
1
1

6
11
17

7
17
24

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
7
8

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Johnson,C
Johnson,C
Johnson,C

<2
=2

.350
.271
.307

40
48
88

14
13
27

6
0
6

1
0
1

1
4
5

17
20
37

15
14
29

45
66
111

63
94
157

0
7
7

0
1
1

8
10
18

0
0
0

1
0
1

4
0
4

Keuchel,D
Keuchel,D
Keuchel,D

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

3
3
6

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

7
4
11

9
6
15

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
1
2

1
0
1

1
0
1

0
0
0

Laird,B
Laird,B
Laird,B

<2
=2

1.000
.250
.400

1
4
5

1
1
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
2
2

0
2
2

2
7
9

4
11
15

1
1
2

0
0
0

0
2
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Lee,C
Lee,C
Lee,C

<2
=2

.313
.250
.279

32
36
68

10
9
19

2
0
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

10
10
20

10
10
20

41
52
93

56
70
126

2
7
9

1
1
2

2
2
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

4
0
4

Lowrie,J
Lowrie,J
Lowrie,J

<2
=2

.245
.128
.193

49
39
88

12
5
17

1
1
2

0
0
0

1
1
2

13
8
21

12
5
17

63
58
121

86
76
162

7
9
16

0
0
0

10
8
18

0
0
0

2
0
2

2
0
2

Lyles,J
Lyles,J
Lyles,J

<2
=2

.000
.200
.143

2
5
7

0
1
1

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
1
3

2
1
3

6
7
13

10
12
22

0
1
1

0
0
0

1
2
3

3
0
3

0
0
0

0
0
0

Martinez,F
Martinez,F
Martinez,F

<2
=2

.250
.125
.167

8
16
24

2
2
4

0
1
1

0
0
0

1
0
1

4
3
7

2
2
4

11
20
31

16
31
47

1
0
1

0
0
0

3
7
10

0
0
0

1
0
1

0
0
0

Martinez,J
Martinez,J
Martinez,J

<2
=2

.262
.264
.263

61
53
114

16
14
30

0
1
1

0
1
1

4
2
6

29
18
47

24
15
39

85
65
150

120
92
212

7
5
12

0
0
0

16
13
29

0
0
0

2
0
2

9
0
9

Maxwell,J
Maxwell,J
Maxwell,J

<2
=2

.306
.417
.342

49
24
73

15
10
25

7
0
7

0
1
1

1
6
7

19
18
37

17
11
28

65
34
99

92
44
136

3
8
11

0
0
0

17
7
24

0
0
0

2
0
2

4
0
4

Moore,S
Moore,S
Moore,S

<2
=2

.208
.360
.286

24
25
49

5
9
14

1
2
3

0
0
0

0
1
1

7
10
17

7
8
15

34
36
70

43
46
89

3
5
8

0
2
2

1
6
7

0
0
0

3
0
3

0
0
0

Norris,B
Norris,B
Norris,B

<2
=2

.333
.000
.167

3
3
6

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
3

3
0
3

8
3
11

10
5
15

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
1
2

2
0
2

1
0
1

0
0
0

Paredes,J
Paredes,J
Paredes,J

<2
=2

.000
.143
.083

5
7
12

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
1
3

2
1
3

8
10
18

12
12
24

1
1
2

0
0
0

2
3
5

0
0
0

2
0
2

0
0
0

Pearce,S
Pearce,S
Pearce,S

<2
=2

.500
.200
.385

8
5
13

4
1
5

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

6
1
7

6
1
7

14
11
25

18
12
30

1
2
3

0
1
1

0
2
2

0
0
0

2
0
2

2
0
2

Rodriguez,,F
Rodriguez,,F
Rodriguez,,F

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

2
0
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

PLAYER

DATE: 10/23/12
TIME: 10:15:38
THRU GAMES OF 10/03/12

HOUSTON ASTROS BATTING WITH RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION REPORT
Compiled by the MLB Baseball Information System

ID:
PAGE:

BWMISPR
3

OUTS

AVG

AB

H

2B

3B

HR

TOT
RBI

SP
RBI

MISP

MOB

BB

IBB

SO

SH

SF

GIDP

Rodriguez,W
Rodriguez,W
Rodriguez,W

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

6
9
15

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
1

1
0
1

10
14
24

16
20
36

1
0
1

0
0
0

1
0
1

2
0
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

Schafer,J
Schafer,J
Schafer,J

<2
=2

.250
.250
.250

32
28
60

8
7
15

0
1
1

0
0
0

1
0
1

13
6
19

11
6
17

46
43
89

64
58
122

4
7
11

0
3
3

10
9
19

2
0
2

1
0
1

0
0
0

Snyder,C
Snyder,C
Snyder,C

<2
=2

.179
.258
.220

28
31
59

5
8
13

0
2
2

0
0
0

1
0
1

5
12
17

3
10
13

35
51
86

47
71
118

2
10
12

0
4
4

10
12
22

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
0
2

Wallace,B
Wallace,B
Wallace,B

<2
=2

.278
.107
.203

36
28
64

10
3
13

1
2
3

0
0
0

2
0
2

12
3
15

8
3
11

42
39
81

55
50
105

5
3
8

0
1
1

14
11
25

0
0
0

1
0
1

0
0
0

Weiland,K
Weiland,K
Weiland,K

<2
=2

.000
.000
.000

0
2
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
3
3

0
4
4

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

ASTROS
ASTROS
ASTROS

<2
=2

.255 644
.212 623
.234 1267

164
132
296

26
19
45

4
3
7

17
18
35

223
166
389

191
132
323

848
866
1714

1170
1193
2363

57
99
156

2
17
19

156
157
313

16
0
16

30
0
30

39
0
39

PLAYER

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