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Lineup Position and Runs Scored
The Truth Finally Revealed
Slot Astro Games W L RS RS/G
1 Biggio 13 7 6 56 4.31
Burke 1 1 0 8 8.00
2 Everett 1 0 1 2 2.00
Burke 4 1 3 16 4.00
Lamb 2 1 1 9 4.50
Ensberg 5 4 1 25 5.00
Loretta 2 2 0 12 6.00
3 Berkman 14 8 6 64 4.57
4 Lee 14 8 6 64 4.57
5 Ensberg 6 2 4 22 3.67
Scott 8 6 2 42 5.25
6 Scott 2 1 1 6 3.00
Lane 5 2 3 23 4.60
Burke 5 4 1 26 5.20
Loretta 1 0 1 1 1.00
Ensberg 1 1 0 8 8.00
7 Burke 3 1 2 7 2.33
Everett 11 7 4 57 5.18
8 Ausmus 10 6 4 42 4.20
Quintero 4 2 2 22 5.50
Notes:
  • Berkman has hit third and Lee has hit fourth in every game
  • Lane has batted sixth in every game he's started
  • The catcher has batted eighth in every game
  • We've faced four lefties and Ensberg has batted fifth each time we've done so
  • The first game looks as anomalous today as it did then:
         It remains the only game where Scott has started against a lefty,
         and the only game in which Everett has batted anywhere but seventh.
  • The Astros have used nine different lineups, considering order
  • The most popular has been used three times:
       Biggio, 2B      
       Ensberg, 3B
       Berkman, 1B
       Lee, LF        
       Scott, RF        
       Burke, CF        
       Everett, SS      
       Ausmus, C      
       Pitcher
  • Regardless of order and just considering personnel, the Astros have used six lineups, the most popular being the one that uses the personnel above, in any order.