2013 Houston Astros
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record51–111 (.315)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Jim Crane
General manager(s)Jeff Luhnow
Manager(s)Bo Porter
Local televisionCSN Houston
(Bill Brown, Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum)
Local radioSportstalk 790
(Robert Ford, Steve Sparks)
KLAT (Spanish)
(Francisco Romero, Alex Treviño)
StatsESPN.com
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The 2013 Houston Astros season was the team's first year as a member of the American League, with them switching from the National League Central division to the American League West. This was also their 52nd season as an MLB franchise, their 49th as the Astros, and their 14th at Minute Maid Park.

The Astros continued their exceptionally poor records from 2011 and 2012, winning only 51 games, the fewest by any Major League Baseball team since the 2004 Arizona Diamondbacks who finished with an identical record. Perhaps the lowest point of the season came when the Astros finished with a 15-game losing streak. Other lowlights included winning only 12 series (2 of which were sweeps, none outside of the AL West), getting swept 18 times, winning just 2 games against the rival Texas Rangers, getting shut out 18 times (twice in a row against the Rangers and the Rays), and yielding 10 runs or more in 17 games.

Regular season

Season standings

American League West

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Oakland Athletics 96 66 0.593 52–29 44–37
Texas Rangers 91 72 0.558 46–36 45–36
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 78 84 0.481 18 39–42 39–42
Seattle Mariners 71 91 0.438 25 36–45 35–46
Houston Astros 51 111 0.315 45 24–57 27–54


American League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 97 65 0.599
Oakland Athletics 96 66 0.593
Detroit Tigers 93 69 0.574


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland Indians 92 70 0.568
Tampa Bay Rays 92 71 0.564
Texas Rangers 91 72 0.558 1
Kansas City Royals 86 76 0.531
Baltimore Orioles 85 77 0.525
New York Yankees 85 77 0.525
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 78 84 0.481 13½
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 17½
Seattle Mariners 71 91 0.438 20½
Minnesota Twins 66 96 0.407 25½
Chicago White Sox 63 99 0.389 28½
Houston Astros 51 111 0.315 40½


Record vs. opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 11–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 4–2 3–4 5–2 3–3 9–10 5–2 2–4 6–13 5–2 10–9 11–9
Boston 8–11 4–2 6–1 3–4 6–1 2–5 3–3 4–3 13–6 3–3 6–1 12–7 2–4 11–8 14–6
Chicago 3–4 2–4 2–17 7–12 3–4 9–10 3–4 8–11 3–3 2–5 3–3 2–5 4–2 4–3 8–12
Cleveland 4–3 1–6 17–2 4–15 6–1 10–9 4–2 13–6 1–6 5–2 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–2 11–9
Detroit 2–4 4–3 12–7 15–4 6–1 9–10 0–6 11–8 3–3 3–4 5–2 3–3 3–4 5–2 12–8
Houston 2–4 1–6 4–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 10–9 1–5 1–5 4–15 9–10 2–5 2–17 3–4 8–12
Kansas City 4–3 5–2 10–9 9–10 10–9 4–2 2–5 15–4 2–5 1–5 4–3 6–1 3–3 2–4 9–11
Los Angeles 2–5 3–3 4–3 2–4 6–0 9–10 5–2 1–5 3–4 8–11 11–8 4–3 4–15 6–1 10–10
Minnesota 3–3 3–4 11–8 6–13 8–11 5–1 4–15 5–1 2–5 1–6 4–3 1–6 4–3 1–5 8–12
New York 10–9 6–13 3–3 6–1 3–3 5–1 5–2 4–3 5–2 1–5 4–3 7–12 3–4 14–5 9–11
Oakland 2–5 3–3 5–2 2–5 4–3 15–4 5–1 11–8 6–1 5–1 8–11 3–3 10–9 4–3 13–7
Seattle 4–2 1–6 3–3 2–5 2–5 10–9 3–4 8–11 3–4 3–4 11–8 3–3 7–12 3–3 8–12
Tampa Bay 13–6 7–12 5–2 4–2 3–3 5–2 1–6 3–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 3–3 4–4 11–8 12–8
Texas 2–5 4–2 2–4 1–5 4–3 17–2 3–3 15–4 3–4 4–3 9–10 12–7 4–4 1–6 10–10
Toronto 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–4 2–5 4–3 4–2 1–6 5–1 5–14 3–4 3–3 8–11 6–1 11–9


Game log

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2013 Game Log: 51-111 (Home: 24-57; Away: 27-54)
March: 1-0 (Home: 1-0; Away: 0-0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
1 March 31 Rangers 8-2 Norris (1-0) Harrison (0-1) Bédard (1) 41,307 Minute Maid Park 1-0 W1
April: 7-19 (Home: 3-8; Away: 4-11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
2 April 2 Rangers 0-7 Darvish (1-0) Harrell (0-1) 22,673 Minute Maid Park 1-1 L1
3 April 3 Rangers 0-4 Ogando (1-0) Humber (0-1) 15,831 Minute Maid Park 1-2 L2
4 April 5 Athletics 3-8 Straily (1-0) Peacock (0-1) 18,197 Minute Maid Park 1-3 L3
5 April 6 Athletics 3-6 Colón (1-0) Norris (1-1) Balfour (1) 18,685 Minute Maid Park 1-4 L4
6 April 7 Athletics 3-9 Anderson (1-1) Harrell (0-2) 16,914 Minute Maid Park 1-5 L5
7 April 8 @ Mariners 0-3 Saunders (1-1) Humber (0-2) Wilhelmsen (3) 42,589 Safeco Field 1-6 L6
8 April 9 @ Mariners 16-9 Clemens (1-0) Maurer (0-2) 10,745 Safeco Field 2-6 W1
9 April 10 @ Mariners 8-3 Peacock (1-1) Beavan (0-1) 10,493 Safeco Field 3-6 W2
10 April 12 @ Angels 5-0 Norris (2-1) Hanson (1-1) 37,674 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 4-6 W3
11 April 13 @ Angels 4-5 Roth (1-0) Veras (0-1) 43,520 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 4-7 L1
12 April 14 @ Angels 1-4 Wilson (1-0) Humber (0-3) Frieri (2) 36,126 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 4-8 L2
13 April 15 @ Athletics 2-11 Milone (3-0) Bédard (0-1) 10,689 O.co Coliseum 4-9 L3
14 April 16 @ Athletics 3-4 Doolittle (1-0) Cruz (0-1) Balfour (2) 11,038 O.co Coliseum 4-10 L4
15 April 17 @ Athletics 5-7 Colón (2-0) Norris (2-2) Balfour (3) 15,488 O.co Coliseum 4-11 L5
16 April 19 Indians 3-2 Harrell (1-2) Myers (0-3) Veras (1) 17,241 Minute Maid Park 5-11 W1
17 April 20 Indians 6-19 Kluber (1-0) Humber (0-4) 19,904 Minute Maid Park 5-12 L1
18 April 21 Indians 4-5 Allen (1-0) Ambriz (0-1) Perez (2) 22,005 Minute Maid Park 5-13 L2
19 April 22 Mariners 1-7 Hernández (2-2) Peacock (1-2) 23,201 Minute Maid Park 5-14 L3
20 April 23 Mariners 3-2 Norris (3-2) Iwakuma (2-1) Veras (2) 13,929 Minute Maid Park 6-14 W1
21 April 24 Mariners 10-3 Harrell (2-2) Saunders (1-3) 11,686 Minute Maid Park 7-14 W2
22 April 25 @ Red Sox 2-7 Buchholz (5-0) Humber (0-5) 30,093 Fenway Park 7-15 L1
23 April 26 @ Red Sox 3-7 Dempster (1-2) Bédard (0-2) 29,312 Fenway Park 7-16 L2
24 April 27 @ Red Sox 4-8 Doubront (3-0) Peacock (1-3) 34,726 Fenway Park 7-17 L3
25 April 28 @ Red Sox 1-6 Lackey (1-1) Norris (3-3) 36,527 Fenway Park 7-18 L4
26 April 29 @ Yankees 9-1 Harrell (3-2) Pettitte (3-2) 34,262 Yankee Stadium 8-18 W1
27 April 30 @ Yankees 4-7 Kuroda (4-1) Humber (0-6) Rivera (10) 34,301 Yankee Stadium 8-19 L1
May: 10-18 (Home: 5-13; Away: 5-5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
28 May 1 @ Yankees 4-5 Logan (2-1) Clemens (1-1) Rivera (11) 34,117 Yankee Stadium 8-20 L2
29 May 2 Tigers 3-7 Putkonen (1-0) Keuchel (0-1) 16,624 Minute Maid Park 8-21 L3
30 May 3 Tigers 3-4 Smyly (2-0) Veras (0-2) Valverde (3) 16,719 Minute Maid Park 8-22 L4
31 May 4 Tigers 2-17 Scherzer (4-0) Harrell (3-3) 21,266 Minute Maid Park 8-23 L5
32 May 5 Tigers 0-9 Verlander (4-2) Humber (0-7) 23,228 Minute Maid Park 8-24 L6
33 May 7 Angels 7-6 Lyles (1-0) Wilson (3-1) Veras (3) 15,266 Minute Maid Park 9-24 W1
34 May 8 Angels 3-1 Norris (4-3) Blanton (0-6) Veras (4) 12,906 Minute Maid Park 10-24 W2
35 May 9 Angels 5-6 Richards (2-3) Ambriz (0-2) Frieri (5) 13,003 Minute Maid Park 10-25 L1
36 May 10 Rangers 2-4 Ross (1-0) Wright (0-1) Nathan (10) 20,293 Minute Maid Park 10-26 L2
37 May 11 Rangers 7-8 Darvish (6-1) Humber (0-8) Nathan (11) 27,188 Minute Maid Park 10-27 L3
38 May 12 Rangers 7-12 Tepesch (3-3) Lyles (1-1) 19,730 Minute Maid Park 10-28 L4
39 May 13 @ Tigers 2-7 Sánchez (4-3) Norris (4-4) 31,161 Comerica Park 10-29 L5
40 May 14 @ Tigers 2-6 Fister (5-1) Harrell (3-4) 34,542 Comerica Park 10-30 L6
41 May 15 @ Tigers 7-5 Ambriz (1-2) Albuquerque (0-1) Veras (5) 40,315 Comerica Park 11-30 W1
42 May 17 @ Pirates 4-5 Wilson (4-0) González (0-1) 29,743 PNC Park 11-31 L1
43 May 18 @ Pirates 4-2 (11) Cisnero (1-0) Bryan Morris (1-2) Veras (6) 32,925 PNC Park 12-31 W1
44 May 19 @ Pirates 0-1 Locke (4-1) Harrell (3-5) Grilli (17) 28,471 PNC Park 12-32 L1
45 May 20 Royals 6-5 Keuchel (1-1) Guthrie (5-2) Veras (7) 12,989 Minute Maid Park 13-32 W1
46 May 21 Royals 3-7 Chen (3-0) Clemens (1-2) 12,302 Minute Maid Park 13-33 L1
47 May 22 Royals 3-1 Lyles (2-1) Shields (2-5) Veras (8) 12,324 Minute Maid Park 14-33 W1
48 May 24 Athletics 5-6 Neshek (1-0) Veras (0-3) Balfour (10) 15,907 Minute Maid Park 14-34 L1
49 May 25 Athletics 5-11 Griffin (5-3) Harrell (3-6) 18,591 Minute Maid Park 14-35 L2
50 May 26 Athletics 2-6 Colón (5-2) Keuchel (1-2) 19,366 Minute Maid Park 14-36 L3
51 May 27 Rockies 3-2 (12) Clemens (2-2) López (1-2) 16,044 Minute Maid Park 15-36 W1
52 May 28 Rockies 1-2 Belisle (2-2) Veras (0-4) Betancourt (11) 11,974 Minute Maid Park 15-37 L1
53 May 29 @ Rockies 6-3 Clemens (3-2) Escalona (1-2) 26,881 Coors Field 16-37 W1
54 May 30 @ Rockies 7-5 Harrell (4-6) Nicasio (4-2) Ambriz (1) 26,239 Coors Field 17-37 W2
55 May 31 @ Angels 6-3 Keuchel (2-2) Hanson (2-2) Veras (9) 34,401 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 18-37 W3
June: 12-15 (Home: 7-7; Away: 5-8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
56 June 1 @ Angels 2-0 Norris (5-4) Williams (4-2) Veras (10) 40,087 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 19-37 W4
57 June 2 @ Angels 5-4 Lyles (3-1) Wilson (4-4) Ambriz (2) 35,515 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 20-37 W5
58 June 3 @ Angels 2-1 Bédard (1-2) Blanton (1-9) Veras (11) 30,010 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 21-37 W6
59 June 4 Orioles 1-4 Tillman (5-2) Harrell (4-7) Johnson (19) 15,920 Minute Maid Park 21-38 L1
60 June 5 Orioles 11-7 Keuchel (3-2) García (2-3) 15,526 Minute Maid Park 22-38 W1
61 June 6 Orioles 1-3 González (3-2) Norris (5-5) Johnson (20) 14,664 Minute Maid Park 22-39 L1
62 June 7 @ Royals 2-4 Herrera (3-4) Wright (0-2) Holland (11) 24,808 Kauffman Stadium 22-40 L2
63 June 8 @ Royals 2-7 Santana (4-5) Bédard (1-3) 28,055 Kauffman Stadium 22-41 L3
64 June 9 @ Royals 0-2 Crow (2-1) Ambriz (1-3) Holland (12) 20,723 Kauffman Stadium 22-42 L4
65 June 10 @ Mariners 2-3 Iwakuma (7-1) Keuchel (3-3) Wilhelmsen (16) 12,811 Safeco Field 22-43 L5
66 June 11 @ Mariners 0-4 Harang (3-6) Norris (5-6) 10,266 Safeco Field 22-44 L6
67 June 12 @ Mariners 6-1 Clemens (4-2) Wilehlmsen (0-2) 13,823 Safeco Field 23-44 W1
68 June 14 White Sox 2-1 Bédard (2-3) Sale (5-5) Veras (12) 20,496 Minute Maid Park 24-44 W2
69 June 15 White Sox 4-3 Harrell (5-7) Danks (1-3) Veras (13) 21,549 Minute Maid Park 25-44 W3
70 June 16 White Sox 5-4 Keuchel (4-3) Santiago (2-5) Veras (14) 25,829 Minute Maid Park 26-44 W4
71 June 17 White Sox 2-4 Jones (3-4) Norris (5-7) Reed (20) 13,870 Minute Maid Park 26-45 L1
72 June 18 Brewers 10-1 Lyles (4-1) Figaro (1-1) 13,330 Minute Maid Park 27-45 W1
73 June 19 Brewers 1-3 Axford (3-3) Ambriz (1-4) Rodriguez (5) 15,866 Minute Maid Park 27-46 L1
74 June 20 Brewers 7-4 (10) Ambriz (2-4) Gonzalez (0-3) 17,803 Minute Maid Park 28-46 W1
75 June 21 @ Cubs 1-3 Garza (2-1) Keuchel (4-4) Gregg (11) 33,119 Wrigley Field 28-47 L1
76 June 22 @ Cubs 4-3 Cisnero (2-0) Gregg (2-1) Veras (15) 38,870 Wrigley Field 29-47 W1
77 June 23 @ Cubs 6-14 Samardzija (5-7) Lyles (4-2) 35,121 Wrigley Field 29-48 L1
78 June 25 Cardinals 5-13 Westbrook (4-2) Harrell (5-8) 19,271 Minute Maid Park 29-49 L2
79 June 26 Cardinals 4-3 Bédard (3-3) Lynn (10-2) Veras (16) 17,428 Minute Maid Park 30-49 W1
80 June 28 Angels 2-4 De La Rosa (3-1) Clemens Frieri (20) 20,498 Minute Maid Park 30-50 L1
81 June 29 Angels 2-7 Blanton Lyles (4-3) 26,650 Minute Maid Park 30-51 L2
82 June 30 Angels 1-3 Wilson (8-5) Cisnero (2-1) Ernesto Frieri (21) 22,361 Minute Maid Park 30-52 L3
July: 6-18 (Home: 2-8; 4-10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
83 July 1 Rays 0-12 Moore (11-3) Keuchel (4-5) 12,722 Minute Maid Park 30-53 L4
84 July 2 Rays 0-8 Price (2-4) Bédard (3-4) 19,631 Minute Maid Park 30-54 L5
85 July 3 Rays 4-1 Norris (6-7) Hernández (4-10) Veras (17) 14,143 Minute Maid Park 31-54 W1
86 July 4 Rays 5-7 (11) Wright (2-1) Fields (0-1) Rodney (18) 20,470 Minute Maid Park 31-55 L1
87 July 5 @ Rangers 5-10 Tepesch (4-6) Harrell (5-9) 44,232 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 31-56 L2
88 July 6 @ Rangers 9-5 Blackley (1-0) Darvish (8-4) 44,272 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 32-56 W1
89 July 7 @ Rangers 4-5 Burns (1-0) Bédard (3-5) Nathan (29) 36,746 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 32-57 L1
90 July 9 @ Cardinals 5-9 Wainwright (12-5) Norris (6-8) Mujica (24) 43,836 Busch Stadium 32-58 L2
91 July 10 @ Cardinals 4-5 Maness (5-1) Wright (0-3) Mujica (25) 44,313 Busch Stadium 32-59 L3
92 July 12 @ Rays 2-1 Cosart (1-0) Price (3-5) Veras (18) 13,347 Tropicana Field 33-59 W1
93 July 13 @ Rays 3-4 Hernández (5-10) Harrell (5-10) Rodney (22) 20,409 Tropicana Field 33-60 L1
94 July 14 @ Rays 0-5 Archer (4-3) Bédard (3-6) 21,180 Tropicana Field 33-61 L2
95 July 19 Mariners 7-10 Saunders (9-8) Norris (6-9) Wilhelmsen (20) 24,635 Minute Maid Park 33-62 L3
96 July 20 Mariners 2-4 Iwakuma (9-4) Bédard (3-7) Wilhelmsen (21) 25,733 Minute Maid Park 33-63 L4
97 July 21 Mariners 5-12 Hernández (11-4) Lyles (4-4) 38,838 Minute Maid Park 33-64 L5
98 July 22 Athletics 3-4 Cook (3-2) Wright (0-4) Balfour (26) 16,381 Minute Maid Park 33-65 L6
99 July 23 Athletics 5-4 Fields (1-1) Balfour (0-2) 32,249 Minute Maid Park 34-65 W1
100 July 24 Athletics 3-4 Griffin (9-7) Blackley (1-1) Cook (2) 24,831 Minute Maid Park 34-66 L1
101 July 25 @ Blue Jays 0-4 Buehrle (6-7) Bédard (3-8) 24,188 Rogers Centre 34-67 L2
102 July 26 @ Blue Jays 6-12 Cecil (4-1) Clemens (4-4) 24,088 Rogers Centre 34-68 L3
103 July 27 @ Blue Jays 8-6 Keuchel (5-5) Johnson (1-7) Veras (19) 34,317 Rogers Centre 35-68 W1
104 July 28 @ Blue Jays 1-2 Janssen (3-0) Cisnero (2-2) 31,634 Rogers Centre 35-69 L1
105 July 30 @ Orioles 3-4 Wei-Yin Chen (6-3) Harrell (5-11) Jim Johnson (36) 24,904 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 35-70 L2
106 July 31 @ Orioles 11–0 Oberholtzer (1–0) González (8–5) 25,265 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 36-70 W1
August: 8-21 (Home: 3-10; Away: 5-11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
107 August 1 @ Orioles 3-6 Norris (6-9) Lyles (4-5) Johnson (37) 17,909 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 36-71 L1
108 August 2 @ Twins 3-4(13) Pressly (3-2) Keuchel (5-6) 30,633 Target Field 36-72 L2
109 August 3 @ Twins 4-6 Duensing (4-1) Harrell (5-12) Perkins (26) 38,078 Target Field 36-73 L3
110 August 4 @ Twins 2-3 Thielbar (2-1) Peacock (1-4) Perkins (27) 34,780 Target Field 36-74 L4
111 August 5 Red Sox 2-0 Oberholtzer (2-0) Lackey (7-9) Fields (1) 24,453 Minute Maid Park 37-74 W1
112 August 6 Red Sox 10-15 Workman (2-1) Lyles (4-6) 21,620 Minute Maid Park 37-75 L1
113 August 7 Red Sox 5-7 Tazawa (5-3) Fields (1-2) Uehara (11) 22,205 Minute Maid Park 37-76 L2
114 August 9 Rangers 5-9 Garza (8-2) Zeid (0-1) Cotts (1) 23,673 Minute Maid Park 37-77 L3
115 August 10 Rangers 4-5 Frasor (3-2) Harrell (5-13) Nathan (34) 33,322 Minute Maid Park 37-78 L4
116 August 11 Rangers 1-6 Perez (5-3) Keuchel (5-7) 22,922 Minute Maid Park 37-79 L5
117 August 12 Rangers 1-2 Darvish (12-5) Oberholtzer (2-1) Nathan (35) 18,712 Minute Maid Park 37-80 L6
118 August 13 @ Athletics 5-4 Lyles (5-6) Colón (14-5) Lo (1) 14,261 O.co Coliseum 38-80 W1
119 August 14 @ Athletics 2-1 (11) Harrell (6-13) Doolittle (3-4) Fields (2) 18,278 O.co Coliseum 39-80 W2
120 August 15 @ Athletics 0-5 Gray (1-1) Bédard (3-9) 16,487 O.co Coliseum 39-81 L1
121 August 16 @ Angels 8-2 Peacock (2-4) Williams (5-9) 39,074 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 40-81 W1
122 August 17 @ Angels 5-6 (10) Frieri (1-4) Fields (1-3) 40,246 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 40-82 L1
123 August 18 @ Angels 7-5 Oberholtzer (3-1) Gutierrez (0-4) Chapman (1) 36,896 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 41-82 W1
124 August 19 @ Rangers 5-16 Garza (9-2) Harrell (6-14) 32,113 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 41-83 L1
125 August 20 @ Rangers 2-4 Cotts (5-2) Cosart (1-1) Nathan (37) 39,009 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 41-84 L2
126 August 21 @ Rangers 4-5 Nathan (4-2) Lo (0-1) 38,699 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 41-85 L3
127 August 23 Blue Jays 12-4 Lyles (6-6) Redmond (1-2) 21,186 Minute Maid Park 42-85 W1
128 August 24 Blue Jays 8-5 Peacock (3-4) Wang (1-2) Lo (2) 26,312 Minute Maid Park 43-85 W2
129 August 25 Blue Jays 1-2 Buehrle (10-7) Lo (0-2) Janssen (23) 21,407 Minute Maid Park 43-86 L1
130 August 26 @ White Sox 10-8 Martínez (1-0) Reed (5-2) Lyles (1) 13,404 U.S. Cellular Field 44-86 W1
131 August 27 @ White Sox 3-4 Veal (2-3) Bédard (3-10) Reed (36) 15,491 U.S. Cellular Field 44-87 L1
132 August 28 @ White Sox 1-6 Sale (10-12) Harrell (6-15) 15,961 U.S. Cellular Field 44-88 L2
133 August 29 Mariners 2-3 Ramirez (5-1) Lyles (6-7) Farquhar (10) 22,203 Minute Maid Park 44-89 L3
134 August 30 Mariners 1-7 Walker (1-0) Peacock (3-5) 13,869 Minute Maid Park 44-90 L4
135 August 31 Mariners 1-3 Saunders (11-13) Keuchel (5-8) Farquhar (11) 21,085 Minute Maid Park 44-91 L5
September: 7-20 (Home: 3-10: Away: 4-10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Stadium Record Boxscore / Streak
136 September 1 Mariners 2-0 Oberholtzer (4-1) Furbush (2-5) 17,203 Minute Maid Park 45-91 W1
137 September 2 Twins 6-10 Roenicke (3-1) Lo (0-3) 14,287 Minute Maid Park 45-92 L1
138 September 3 Twins 6-9 Thielbar (3-1) Chapman (0-1) Roenicke (1) 13,500 Minute Maid Park 45-93 L2
139 September 4 Twins 6-5 Bédard (4-10) Duensing (6-2) 14,869 Minute Maid Park 46-93 W1
140 September 5 @ Athletics 3-2 Peacock (4-5) Gray (2-3) Fields (3) 11,569 O.co Coliseum 47-93 W2
141 September 6 @ Athletics 5-7 Griffin (13-9) Keuchel (5-9) Balfour (37) 15,502 O.co Coliseum 47-94 L1
142 September 7 @ Athletics 1-2 Straily (9-7) Oberholtzer (4-2) Doolittle (1) 17,310 O.co Coliseum 47-95 L2
143 September 8 @ Athletics 2-7 Colón (15-6) Harrell (6-16) Anderson (3) 18,824 O.co Coliseum 47-96 L3
144 September 9 @ Mariners 6-4 Chapman (1-1) Farquhar (0-3) Fields (4) 9,808 Safeco Field 48-96 W1
145 September 10 @ Mariners 13-2 Lyles (7-7) Saunders (11-14) 10,245 Safeco Field 49-96 W2
146 September 11 @ Mariners 6-1 Peacock (5-5) Maurer (4-8) Zeid (1) 11,656 Safeco Field 50-96 W3
147 September 13 Angels 9-7 Keuchel (6-9) Vargas Fields (5) 19,742 Minute Maid Park 51-96 W4
148 September 14 Angels 2-6 Weaver (10-8) Oberholtzer (4-3) 21,903 Minute Maid Park 51-97 L1
149 September 15 Angels 1-2 Williams (8-10) Clemens (4-5) Frieri (34) 21,374 Minute Maid Park 51-98 L2
150 September 16 Reds 1-6 Cueto (5-2) Bédard (4-11) 15,449 Minute Maid Park 51-99 L3
151 September 17 Reds 0-10 Leake (14-6) Lyles (7-8) 25,582 Minute Maid Park 51-100 L4
152 September 18 Reds 5-6 (13) Simón (6-4) De León (0-1) Chapman (37) 29,701 Minute Maid Park 51-101 L5
153 September 19 @ Indians 1-2 Shaw (5-3) Cruz (0-2) 12,607 Progressive Field 51-102 L6
154 September 20 @ Indians 1-2 (7) McAllister (9-9) Oberholtzer (4-4) Shaw (1) 17,310 Progressive Field 51-103 L7
155 September 21 @ Indians 1-4 Kazmir (9-9) Clemens (4-6) 26,611 Progressive Field 51-104 L8
156 September 22 @ Indians 2-9 Kluber (10-5) Bédard (4-12) 26,168 Progressive Field 51-105 L9
157 September 23 @ Rangers 0-12 Holland (10-9) Lyles (7-9) 33,743 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 51-106 L10
158 September 24 @ Rangers 2-3 Cotts (6-3) Peacock (5-6) Nathan (41) 42,267 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 51-107 L11
159 September 25 @ Rangers 3-7 Pérez (10-5) Keuchel (6-10) 43,207 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 51-108 L12
160 September 27 Yankees 2-3 Warren (3-2) Oberholtzer (4-5) Robertson (3) 29,486 Minute Maid Park 51-109 L13
161 September 28 Yankees 1-2 Pettitte (11-11) Clemens (4-7) 37,199 Minute Maid Park 51-110 L14
162 September 29 Yankees 1-5 (14) Daley (1-0) Harrell (6-17) 40,542 Minute Maid Park 51-111 L15

Roster

2013 Houston Astros
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Legend
  GP  Games played  AB  At Bats  R  Runs
 H  Hits  HR  Home runs  RBI  Runs batted in
 BB  Base on balls (walks)  SB  Stolen bases  AVG.  Batting average
 OBP.  On-base %  SLG.  Slugging %  OPS  On-base plus slugging
 Bold  Career high
Player GP AB R H HR RBI BB SB AVG. OBP. SLG. OPS
José Altuve 152 626 64 177 5 52 5 52 32 85 .283 35
Jonathan Villar 58 210 26 51 1 8 1 8 24 71 .243 18
Brandon Barnes 136 408 46 98 8 41 8 41 21 127 .240 11
Chris Carter 148 506 64 113 29 82 29 82 70 212 .223 2
Jason Castro 120 435 63 120 18 56 18 56 50 130 .276 2
JD Martinez 86 296 24 74 17 0 7 36 10 82 .250 2
Matt Dominguez 152 543 56 131 25 0 21 77 30 96 .241 0
Trevor Crowe 60 165 18 36 7 1 1 13 16 39 .218 6
LJ Hoes 47 170 24 48 7 2 1 10 12 35 .282 7
Brett Wallace 79 262 35 58 14 1 13 36 18 104 .221 1
Robbie Grossman 63 257 29 69 14 0 4 21 23 70 .268 6
Marwin González 72 204 22 45 8 0 4 14 9 37 .221 6
Carlos Corporan 64 191 16 43 5 0 7 20 10 60 .225 0
Jake Elmore 52 120 16 29 4 0 2 6 13 20 .242 1
Totals 162 4393 503 1092 217 12 121 472 338 1168 .281 97

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV=Saves; SVO = Saves Opportunity; IP = Innings pitched; H =Hits; R= Runs; ER = Earned runs allowed; HR= Home Run allowed; BB = Walks allowed; SO = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO
Erik Bedard 4 12 4.59 32 26 1 151.0 149 83 77 18 75 138
Bud Norris 6 9 3.93 21 21 0 126.0 135 62 55 11 43 90
Totals 51 111 4.79 162 162 32 1440.0 1530 848 766 191 616 1084

Television coverage

Astros games were televised on the Comcast SportsNet Houston network in 2013. The network broadcasts to about 40% of the households in the Houston area. Writer J. J. Cooper said that a game in September received a 0.0 rating, as "the Nielsen company could not statistically prove that anyone in the Houston market actually watched the game."[1]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Oklahoma City RedHawks Pacific Coast League Tony DeFrancesco
AA Corpus Christi Hooks Texas League Keith Bodie
A Lancaster JetHawks California League Rodney Linares
A Quad Cities River Bandits Midwest League Omar López
A-Short Season Tri-City ValleyCats New York–Penn League Ed Romero
Rookie Greeneville Astros Appalachian League Josh Bonifay
Rookie GCL Astros Gulf Coast League Edgar Alfonzo

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Quad Cities, Tri-City[2]

References

  1. ^ Eddy, Matt, Lingo, Will, Manuel, John (eds.) (2014). Baseball America Prospect Handbook 2014. Baseball America. p. 174. ISBN 9781932391503. ((cite book)): |first= has generic name (help)
  2. ^ Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2013). Baseball America 2014 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1-932391-48-0.