Houston Astros award winners and league leaders

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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).

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The Astros feature eleven 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

Reference: [1]

Major League Baseball awards

Annual awards

Most Valuable Player (MVP)

National League

American League

Cy Young

National League

American League

Rookie of the Year

National League

American League

Manager of the Year

National League

Hank Aaron

American League

All-MLB Team

Reference: [2]

Rolaids Relief Man (1976–2012) [lower-alpha 1]

National League

Gold Glove Award

National League

Reference: [4]

American League

Reference: [5]

Wilson Sporting Goods defensive awards

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year
Wilson Defensive Team of the Year

Silver Slugger Award

National League

American League

Roberto Clemente Award

Lou Gehrig Memorial Award

Branch Rickey Award

Babe Ruth Award

Hutch Award

MLB "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

World Series MVP Award

League Championship Series MVP Award

National League

American League

Major League Baseball All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award

Monthly awards

Player of the Month

National League

American League

Pitcher of the Month

National League

American League

Rookie of the Month

National League

American League

Ford C. Frick Award (broadcasters)

Players Choice Awards

Player of the Year

Majestic Athletic Always Game Award

Outstanding Player

National League

American League

Outstanding Pitcher

National League

American League

Outstanding Rookie

National League

American League

Team award

Team records (single-season)

Minor-league system

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 [8]

Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award

Texas Sports Hall of Fame

See: Houston Astros § Texas Sports Hall of Fame

Annual batting statistical leaders

Key
†—Led MLB

Batting champions

Batting champions
SeasonPlayerFinal average
2014 José Altuve .341
2016 José Altuve.338
2017 José Altuve.346
2021 Yuli Gurriel .319

Slugging percentage

OPS

Games

At Bats

Plate Appearances

Runs

Hits

Total Bases

Doubles

Triples

RBI

Walks

Strikeouts

Stolen Bases

        *Michael Bourn was traded to Atlanta Braves before trade deadline in 2011.

Singles

Runs Created

Extra-Base Hits

Times on Base

Hit By Pitch

Sacrifice Hits

Sacrifice Flies

Grounded into Double Plays

At Bats per Strikeout

At Bats per Home Run

Outs

Caught Stealing

Statistical Pitching Leaders

ERA

Wins

Won-Loss %

WHIP

Hits Allowed/9IP

Walks/9IP

Strikeouts/9IP

Games

Saves

Innings

Strikeouts

Games Started

Shutouts

Complete Games

Home Runs Allowed

Walks Allowed

Strikeout to Walk

Losses

Earned Runs Allowed

Wild Pitches

Hit Batsmen

Batters Faced

Games Finished

Wins Above Replacement

Overall WAR

Position Player WAR

Pitching WAR

Offensive WAR

Defensive WAR

See also

Notes

  1. Was replaced by the MLB Reliever of the Year Award in 2014.

Footnotes

  1. "Houston Astros Hall of Fame register". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved October 9, 2021.
  2. "All-MLB Team". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved November 28, 2021.
  3. Castrovince, Anthony (November 23, 2021). "The '21 All-MLB Team is here. And it's stacked". MLB.com. Retrieved November 23, 2021.
  4. "National League Gold Glove Award winners". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
  5. "American League Gold Glove Award winners". Baseball-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
  6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 "Silver Slugger Award Winners - National League". baseball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 4 October 2016.
  7. "Silver Slugger Award Winners - American League". baseball-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 4 October 2016.
  8. 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. Darryl Kile Award. Baseball Almanac. Retrieved 2010-07-02.

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