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Another End of Year Table

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This one concerning men left on. Earlier this year it seemed like stranded runners may have been the paramount problem, although it was also suggested that there is a positive relation between runners left and runs scored in the long run.

But when looking at it then, the trendline of the graph suggested the opposite, that maybe men stranded DO limit your runs scored, at least in the case of the 2007 Astros.

But that trend appears to have reversed itself since May.

Astros Left On Base
In All Games In Wins In Losses
Left On 1181 531 650
Average/Game 7.29 7.27 7.30
Fewest Men Left - 2, April 24, at Pittsburgh (L)
Most Men Left On - 18, April 25, at Pittsburgh (L)
Record When Leaving 0 - 5: 21 - 27
When Leaving 6 - 10: 44 - 50
When Leaving 11+: 8 - 12
When Leaving 0: 0 - 0
When Leaving 1 : 0 - 0
When Leaving 2: 0 - 2
When Leaving 3: 2 - 5
When Leaving 4: 8 - 8
When Leaving 5: 11 - 12
When Leaving 6: 13 - 11
When Leaving 7: 5 - 16
When Leaving 8: 10 - 9
 
When Leaving 9: 11 - 8
When Leaving 10: 5 - 6
When Leaving 11: 4 - 3
When Leaving 12: 2 - 3
When Leaving 13: 1 - 2
When Leaving 14: 0 - 1
When Leaving 15: 1 - 2
When Leaving 16: 0 - 0
When Leaving 17: 0 - 0
When Leaving 18: 0 - 1
73 - 89