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Since we left 11 on and lost in extras, I thought it might be a good time to present an update of the the Left On Table I first broke out a month or so ago.

Astros Left On Base
In All Games In Wins In Losses
Left On 459 191 268
Average/Game 6.95 7.07 6.87
Fewest Men Left - 2, April 24, at Pittsburgh (L)
Most Men Left On - 18, April 25, at Pittsburgh (L)
Record When Leaving 0 - 5: 10 - 14
When Leaving 6 - 10: 15 - 20
When Leaving 11+: 2 - 5
When Leaving 0: 0 - 0
When Leaving 1 : 0 - 0
When Leaving 2: 0 - 1
When Leaving 3: 1 - 3
When Leaving 4: 3 - 5
When Leaving 5: 6 - 5
When Leaving 6: 3 - 7
When Leaving 7: 1 - 5
When Leaving 8: 5 - 4
 
When Leaving 9: 3 - 3
When Leaving 10: 3 - 1
When Leaving 11: 1 - 2
When Leaving 12: 0 - 0
When Leaving 13: 1 - 2
When Leaving 14: 0 - 0
When Leaving 15: 0 - 0
When Leaving 16: 0 - 0
When Leaving 17: 0 - 0
When Leaving 18: 0 - 1
27 - 39

Yup. Leaving 11 is definitely bad for your won/loss.

And since we outhit the A's while also posting our second highest hit total of the season, I also thought it made sense to post an update of the table that breaks that kind of stuff down.

Astros Conditional Records
  G W L
When Outhitting Opponents 27 19 8
When Being Outhit 34 6 28
When Tying In Hits 5 2 3

Anything to keep from thinking about that picture of Adam I saw at the Chronicle . . . and the fact that we're a season-high 12 under.

One thing I'm not worried about (as Burford might say) is Hunter Pence. Despite reports onsite and by the Chronicle's live blogger that the league has figured him out, our cherished rookie centerfielder is still hitting .349 and slugging .510 for the month.

He BETTER keep it going; he's rapidly becoming the only reason for a sane person to follow this team.