This is a list of award winners and league leaders for the Houston Astros, an American professional baseball team based in Houston. The Astros compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL), having moved to the league in 2013 after spending their first 51 seasons in the National League (NL).

The Astros feature twelve total personnel who have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, two Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award winners, four Cy Young Award winners, and three Rookie of the Year Award winners. Two players have won an annual batting championship, while eight pitchers have led the league in earned run average (ERA).

National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees

Main article: National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Reference:[1]

Major League Baseball awards

Annual awards

All-Stars

The following players have been selected as MLB All-Stars three or more times during their career with the Astros:[12]

All-MLB Team

Wilson Sporting Goods awards

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award overview
Award instituted[27] 2012
Number of times won by an Astros player 3
Number of times won by the Astros 1
Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award winners
Season Player Position Tier Times Ref.
2012 Justin Maxwell Outfielder Team 1 [27]
2013 Matt Dominguez Third baseman Team 1
2019 Zack Greinke Pitcher MLB 1
Wilson Defensive Team of the Year Award winners
Team League Times Ref.
2019 Houston Astros MLB 1 [28]

Awards for leadership, inspiration, and community service

Roberto Clemente Award[edit]

Roberto Clemente Award overview
Award instituted[29] 1971
Number of times won by an Astros player 1
Roberto Clemente Award winners
Season Player Position Times Ref.
2007 Craig Biggio Second baseman 1 [29]
 

Lou Gehrig Memorial Award[edit]

 

Branch Rickey Award[edit]

Hutch Award

MLB "This Year in Baseball Awards"

Main article: This Year in Baseball Awards

Note: These awards were renamed the "GIBBY Awards" (Greatness in Baseball Yearly) in 2010 and then the "Esurance MLB Awards in 2015.

"GIBBY Awards" Best Breakout Everyday Player

Postseason and All-Star Game awards

World Series Most Valuable Player Award (WS MVP)[edit]

 

League Championship Series Most Valuable Player Award (LCS MVP)[edit]

National League

American League

 

Babe Ruth Award[edit]

All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award (All-Star MVP)

Main article: Major League Baseball All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award

Monthly awards

Player of the Month[edit]

National League

American League

 

Pitcher of the Month[edit]

National League

American League

 

Rookie of the Month[edit]

National League

American League

Ford C. Frick Award (broadcasters)

Players Choice Awards

Player of the Year[edit]

 

Outstanding Player[edit]

National League

American League

 

Outstanding Pitcher[edit]

National League

American League

Outstanding Rookie[edit]

National League

American League

 

Comeback Player[edit]

 

Majestic Athletic Always Game Award[edit]

Team awards

Team records (single-season)

Main article: Houston Astros team records

Minor-league system

See also: Baseball awards § U.S. minor leagues

California League Pitcher of the Year

Houston Astros Minor League Player of the Year

Houston Astros Minor League Pitcher of the Year

Other achievements

Ford C. Frick Award

See: Houston Astros § Ford C. Frick Award recipients

Retired numbers

See: Houston Astros § Retired numbers

Darryl Kile Good Guy Award

See Darryl Kile § Memorial and footnote[c]

Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award

Main article: Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award

Texas Sports Hall of Fame

See: Houston Astros § Texas Sports Hall of Fame

Annual batting statistical leaders

Key
Numbers in bold Led all Major League Baseball (MLB) players
National League 19622012
American League 2013—present

Triple Crown categories

See also: Triple Crown (baseball)

Batting champions[edit]

Season Player Average Times
2014 José Altuve .341 1
2016 .338 2
2017 .346 3
2021 Yuli Gurriel .319 1
See also: MLB batting championsRef:[31]
 

Home run leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
None
See also: MLB annual home run leadersRef:[32]
 

Runs batted in (RBI) leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 116 1
2002 Lance Berkman 128 1
See also: MLB annual RBI leadersRef:[33]

Rate statistics leaders

On-base percentage leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
None[34]
 

Slugging percentage (SLG) leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell .750 1
NL annual slugging percentage leadersRef: [35]
 

On-base plus slugging percentage (OPS) leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 1.201 1
Ref: [36]

Cumulative statistical leaders

Games played leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1978 Enos Cabell 162 1
1987 Bill Doran 1
1992 Jeff Bagwell 1
Craig Biggio 1
Steve Finley 1
1996 Jeff Bagwell 2
Craig Biggio 2
1997 Jeff Bagwell 3
1999 4
2007 Carlos Lee 1
2016 George Springer 1
Ref:[37]
 

At bats leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1978 Enos Cabell 660 1
2015 José Altuve 638 1
Ref:[38]
 

Plate appearances[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1995 Craig Biggio 673 1
1997 744 2
1998 738 3
1999 749 4
2016 George Springer 744 1
Ref:[39]

Runs scored leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 104 1
1995 Craig Biggio 123 1
1997 146 2
1999 Jeff Bagwell 143 2
2000 152 3
MLB annual runs scored leadersRef:[40]
 

Hits leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1983 José Cruz 189[d] 1
2014 José Altuve 225 1
2015 200 2
2016 216 3
2017 204 4
MLB hits recordsTitles leadersRef:[41]
 

Total bases leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 300 1
Ref: [42]

Singles leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1966 Sonny Jackson 160 1
2005 Willy Taveras 152 1
2014 José Altuve 168 1
2017 137 2
Ref:[43]
 

Doubles leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1967 Rusty Staub 44 1
1971 César Cedeño 40 1
1972 39[e] 2
1994 Craig Biggio 44[f] 1
1996 Jeff Bagwell 48 1
1998 Craig Biggio 51 2
1999 56 3
2001 Lance Berkman 55 1
2008 46[g] 2
2009 Miguel Tejada 46 1
2018 Alex Bregman 51 1
MLB annual doubles leadersDoubles recordsRef:[44]
 

Triples leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1971 Roger Metzger 11[h] 1
Joe Morgan 1
1973 Roger Metzger 14 2
1981 Craig Reynolds 12[i] 1
1982 Dickie Thon 10 1
1993 Steve Finley 13 1
2020 Kyle Tucker 6 1
MLB annual triples leadersRef:[45]

Extra-base hits leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 73[j] 1
Ref: [46]
 

Times on base leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Jeff Bagwell 216 1
1996 324 2
1997 Craig Biggio 309[k] 1
1999 Jeff Bagwell 331 3
2019 Alex Bregman 292 1
Ref:[47]
 

Stolen base leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1994 Craig Biggio 39 1
2009 Michael Bourn 61 1
2010 52 2
2011 61[l] 2
2014 José Altuve 56 1
2015 38 2
MLB annual stolen base leadersRef:[48]

Bases on balls (walks) leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1965 Joe Morgan 97 1
1969 Jimmy Wynn 324 1
1980 Joe Morgan 93[m] 2
1999 Jeff Bagwell 149 1
2019 Alex Bregman 119 1
Ref:[49]
 

Strikeouts leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1967 Jimmy Wynn 137 1
1972 Lee May 145[n] 1
2013 Chris Carter 212 1
Ref:[50]
 

Hit by pitch leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1990 Glenn Davis 8 1
1991 Jeff Bagwell 13 1
1995 Craig Biggio 22 1
1996 27 2
1997 34 3
2001 28 4
2003 27 5
Ref:[51]

Sacrifice hits leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1964 Nellie Fox 20 1
1966 Sonny Jackson 27 1
1979 Craig Reynolds 34 1
1981 18 2
1984 16 3
1985 Nolan Ryan 14[o] 1
1999 Shane Reynolds 17[p] 1
2006 Roy Oswalt 20 1
Ref:[52]
 

Sacrifice flies leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1977 José Cruz 10[q] 1
1979 César Cedeño 9[r] 1
1984 José Cruz 10[s] 2
1992 Jeff Bagwell 13[t] 1
1993 Luis Gonzalez 10 1
1998 Derek Bell 10[u] 1
2007 Carlos Lee 13 1
2017 Josh Reddick 12[v] 1
2018 Carlos Correa 11 1
2022 Alex Bregman 10[w] 1
Ref:[53]
 

Grounded into double plays[edit]

At bats per home run[edit]

 

At bats per strikeout[edit]

 

Outs made[edit]

Caught stealing[edit]

Other leaders

Runs created[edit]

 

Power—speed number[edit]

Annual pitching statistical leaders

Key
Numbers in bold Led all Major League Baseball (MLB) players
National League 19622012
American League 2013—present

Triple Crown categories

See also: Triple Crown (baseball)

Earned run average (ERA)[edit]

 

Wins[edit]

 

Strikeouts[edit]

Ref:[54]

Rate statistical leaders

Win–loss percentage[edit]

 

WHIP[edit]

 

Hits Allowed/9IP[edit]

Walks/9IP[edit]

 

Home runs/9IP[edit]

 

Strikeouts/9IP[edit]

Strikeout-to-walk ratio (K/BB)[edit]

Cumulative statistical leaders

Games played[edit]

 

Games started[edit]

 

Games finished[edit]

Saves[edit]

 

Complete games[edit]

 

Shutouts[edit]

Ref:[54]

Innings pitched[edit]

  • Mike Scott (275+13, 1986)
  • Dallas Keuchel (232, 2015)
  • Justin Verlander (223, 2019)
  • Framber Valdez (201+13, 2022)
 

Hits allowed[edit]

 

Home runs allowed[edit]

Walks allowed[edit]

 

Earned runs allowed[edit]

 

Losses[edit]

Wild pitches[edit]

 

Hit batsmen[edit]

 

Batters faced[edit]

Annual fielding leaders

Putouts leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1972 Lee May 1318 1
MLB annual putouts leadersRef:[55]
 

Assists leaders[edit]

Season Player Total Times
1995 Craig Biggio 419 1
1997 504 2
2009 Miguel Tejada 475 1
MLB annual assists leadersRef:[56]

Player value leaders

Wins Above Replacement (WAR)

See also: Wins Above Replacement

Overall WAR[edit]

 

Position Player WAR[edit]

 

Pitching WAR[edit]

Offensive WAR[edit]

 

Defensive WAR[edit]

See also

References

Footnotes
  1. ^ Was replaced by the MLB Reliever of the Year Award in 2014.
  2. ^ a b Acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks prior to the trade deadline in 2019. Greinke's statistics for the entire season were considered for his All-MLB Team selection, while the Gold Glove and Silver Sluggers Awards were both earned for his play in the National League. Greinke appeared in 26 of 36 total games with the Diamondbacks that season.
  3. ^ Two awards are presented each year, one to a Houston Astro and one to a St. Louis Cardinal, each of whom exemplifies Kile's virtues of being "a good teammate, a great friend, a fine father and a humble man." The winners are selected, respectively, by the Houston and St. Louis chapters of the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA).[30]
  4. ^ Tied with Andre Dawson of the Chicago Cubs.
  5. ^ Tied with Willie Montañez of the Philadelphia Phillies.
  6. ^ Tied with Larry Walker of the Montreal Expos.
  7. ^ Tied with Nate McLouth of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
  8. ^ Tied with Freddie Patek of the Kansas City Royals.
  9. ^ Tied with Gene Richards of the San Diego Padres.
  10. ^ Tied with Albert Belle of the Cleveland Indians and Frank Thomas of the Chicago White Sox.
  11. ^ Tied with Edgar Martínez of the Seattle Mariners.
  12. ^ Bourn was acquired by the Atlanta Braves prior to the trade deadline in 2011.
  13. ^ Tied with Dan Driessen of the Cincinnati Reds.
  14. ^ Tied with Bobby Darwin of the Minnesota Twins.
  15. ^ Tied with Wally Backman of the New York Mets.
  16. ^ Tied with Omar Vizquel of the Cleveland Indians.
  17. ^ Tied with Bobby Murcer of the Chicago Cubs.
  18. ^ Tied with Dave Parker of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Mike Schmidt of the Philadelphia Phillies.
  19. ^ Tied with Steve Garvey and Carmelo Martínez of the San Diego Padres, and Gary Matthews of the Chicago Cubs.
  20. ^ Tied with Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays.
  21. ^ Tied with Rico Brogna of the Philadelphia Phillies and Jeff Kent of the San Francisco Giants.
  22. ^ Tied with Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays.
  23. ^ Tied with Marcus Semien of the Texas Rangers and Alec Bohm of the Philadelphia Phillies.
  24. ^ a b Led MLB, but neither the AL nor the NL. Johnson was acquired from the Seattle Mariners (AL) prior to the 1998 trade deadline.
  25. ^ Oswalt was acquired by the Philadelphia Phillies prior to the trade deadline in 2010.
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