Predicting the Stats for the Houston Astros’ Opening Day Lineup

Predicting the Stats for the Houston Astros' Opening Day Lineup

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While the Astros' minor-league system is stacked, they do not have a lot of talent offensively in the majors. Their lineup is filled with flawed hitters, and they lack a true superstar. This will change in the near future, but they will not score many runs again in 2014.

1. Dexter Fowler

Dexter Fowler
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1. Dexter Fowler

Dexter Fowler
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AVG: .254
HR: 10
OBP: .349
OPS: .760

2. Jose Altuve

Jose Altuve
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2. Jose Altuve

Jose Altuve
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AVG: .287
HR: 6
OBP: .328
SB: 40

3. Jason Castro

Jason Castro

3. Jason Castro

Jason Castro

AVG: .252
HR: 21
RBI: 77
OPS: .815

4. Chris Carter

Chris Carter

4. Chris Carter

Chris Carter

AVG: .212
HR: 33
RBI: 85
OPS: .764

5. Matt Dominguez

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AVG: 237
HR: 18
RBI 71
OPS: .687

6. Robbie Grossman

Robbie Grossman
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6. Robbie Grossman

Robbie Grossman
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AVG: .278
HR: 8
RBI: 66
OPS: .745

7. Marc Krauss

Marc Krauss
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7. Marc Krauss

Marc Krauss
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AVG: 230
HR: 19
RBI: 60
OPS: .700

8. L.J Hoes

L.J Hoes
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8. L.J Hoes

L.J Hoes
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AVG: .239
HR: 4
SB: 14
OPS: .672

9. Jonathan Villar

Jonathan Villar
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9. Jonathan Villar

Jonathan Villar
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AVG: .228
HR: 7
SB: 20
OPS: .663

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  • fartrell cluggins

    Take it from an Astros fan………..Marc Krauss sucks……..5 HR, 28 RBI.