Houston Astros Starting Lineup 11/29/20 Astros Lineup

29-31, 2nd in AL West

green-check Confirmed Conf

HOU 2 @ TB 4

Final

Updated:

A new coach will bring a different mindset to Houston. However, the same core lineup of championship caliber players will fill the new manager's lineup card. This is a good team full of good players. The lineup is stacked all the way to the final spot in the batting order. Houston tied with the Dodgers for the best run differential in baseball. There is little doubt that the Astros will navigate to or near the top in that area again.

The question about how big of a run differential they will have will hinge on how well the pitch. They still have a pitching rotation stocked with solid arms. However, gone is one of the top-10 pitchers in baseball. Most teams have problems addressing those kinds of departures. Houston has good arms to the top-level starter they lost. But, any injury to the current rotation could expose the one possible Astros weakness heading into 2020.

Updated: 10 minutes ago

Astros Starting Lineup

1. G. Springer , (R), CF
2. J. Altuve , (R), 2B
3. M. Brantley , (L), DH
4. C. Correa , (R), SS
5. A. Bregman , (R), 3B
6. K. Tucker , (L), LF
7. Y. Gurriel , (R), 1B
8. J. Reddick , (L), RF
9. M. Maldonado , (R), C
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Lance McCullers Jr. L. McCullers Jr. (R)
93
11 3-3 18.1 227 44 29 24 5 20 56 .247% .088% 1.16 .279
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
CF George Springer G. Springer (R)
93
1 51 222 50 28 6 2 14 32 37 1 2 .265 .359 .540 .899
2B Jose Altuve J. Altuve (R)
93
2 48 210 42 28 9 0 5 18 32 2 3 .219 .286 .344 .629
DH Michael Brantley M. Brantley (L)
88
3 46 187 51 31 15 0 5 22 24 2 0 .300 .364 .476 .840
SS Carlos Correa C. Correa (R)
92
4 58 221 53 39 9 0 5 25 22 0 0 .264 .326 .383 .709
3B Alex Bregman A. Bregman (R)
95
5 42 180 37 18 12 1 6 22 19 0 0 .242 .350 .451 .801
LF Kyle Tucker K. Tucker (L)
77
6 58 228 56 29 12 6 9 42 33 8 1 .268 .325 .512 .837
1B Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel (R)
76
7 57 230 49 30 12 1 6 22 27 0 1 .232 .274 .384 .658
RF Josh Reddick J. Reddick (L)
86
8 56 210 46 30 11 1 4 23 22 1 0 .245 .316 .378 .693
C Martin Maldonado M. Maldonado (R)
67
9 47 165 29 19 4 0 6 24 19 1 0 .215 .350 .378 .727

Most Common Astros Lineups

6 Games Game
1. Myles Straw
2. Jose Altuve
3. Alex Bregman
4. Michael Brantley
5. Yuli Gurriel
6. Kyle Tucker
7. Carlos Correa
8. Josh Reddick
9. Martin Maldonado
4 Games Game
1. George Springer
2. Jose Altuve
3. Michael Brantley
4. Carlos Correa
5. Alex Bregman
6. Kyle Tucker
7. Yuli Gurriel
8. Aledmys Diaz
9. Martin Maldonado
3 Games Game
1. George Springer
2. Jose Altuve
3. Michael Brantley
4. Yuli Gurriel
5. Kyle Tucker
6. Carlos Correa
7. Josh Reddick
8. Martin Maldonado
9. Jack Mayfield
3 Games Game
1. George Springer
2. Josh Reddick
3. Alex Bregman
4. Yuli Gurriel
5. Carlos Correa
6. Jose Altuve
7. Kyle Tucker
8. Abraham Toro-Hernandez
9. Martin Maldonado
2 Games Game
1. George Springer
2. Jose Altuve
3. Michael Brantley
4. Alex Bregman
5. Kyle Tucker
6. Yuli Gurriel
7. Carlos Correa
8. Josh Reddick
9. Dustin Garneau
2 Games Game
1. George Springer
2. Alex Bregman
3. Michael Brantley
4. Yuli Gurriel
5. Kyle Tucker
6. Carlos Correa
7. Aledmys Diaz
8. Josh Reddick
9. Martin Maldonado

2020 Recent Astros Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10/16 @ TB W 7-4 Blake Snell B. Snell (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND George Springer G. Springer Jose Altuve J. Altuve Michael Brantley M. Brantley Carlos Correa C. Correa Alex Bregman A. Bregman Kyle Tucker K. Tucker Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel Aledmys Diaz A. Diaz Martin Maldonado M. Maldonado
10/15 vs TB W 4-3 Zack Greinke Z. Greinke (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND George Springer G. Springer Michael Brantley M. Brantley Jose Altuve J. Altuve Alex Bregman A. Bregman Carlos Correa C. Correa Kyle Tucker K. Tucker Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel Josh Reddick J. Reddick Martin Maldonado M. Maldonado
10/15 vs TB W 4-3 Zack Greinke Z. Greinke (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND George Springer G. Springer Michael Brantley M. Brantley Jose Altuve J. Altuve Alex Bregman A. Bregman Carlos Correa C. Correa Kyle Tucker K. Tucker Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel Josh Reddick J. Reddick Martin Maldonado M. Maldonado
10/14 vs TB L 2-5 Jose Urquidy J. Urquidy (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND George Springer G. Springer Jose Altuve J. Altuve Michael Brantley M. Brantley Alex Bregman A. Bregman Carlos Correa C. Correa Kyle Tucker K. Tucker Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel Aledmys Diaz A. Diaz Dustin Garneau D. Garneau
10/12 @ TB L 2-4 Charlie Morton C. Morton (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND George Springer G. Springer Jose Altuve J. Altuve Michael Brantley M. Brantley Alex Bregman A. Bregman Kyle Tucker K. Tucker Carlos Correa C. Correa Yuli Gurriel Y. Gurriel Josh Reddick J. Reddick Martin Maldonado M. Maldonado

Houston Astros FAQ

The starting lineup for the Houston Astros is still loaded with talent, whether they know what pitch is coming or not. The front three is one of the best in league with George Springer, Jose Altuve, and Alex Bregman. This is a tough lineup to get through for left-handed pitching as well. For the most part, this is a heavy right-handed lineup, outside of Michael Brantley and Josh Reddick. We also might see more of Kyle Tucker and Yordan Alverez this season. It doesn't end there as Carlos Correa is looking to have a healthy year, and if he does, watch out. The catcher has never been a strong position for the Astros, but Martin Maldonado gives them some more pop against lefties.

Will Kyle Tucker Start In 2020?

Kyle Tucker is one of the top prospects in the organization and was drafted 5th overall back in 2015. Tucker won't be a regular starter in 2020 but will find himself getting a DH or OF start every now and then.

Where Does George Springer Bat?

George Springer is the leadoff bat for Houston and has been their first overall hitter over the last few seasons. Springer is one of the best leadoff bats in the game, especially given he is one of the few who have big power.

Who Plays Second Base For The Astros?

Jose Altuve is the second baseman for the Houston Astros. He has been with the team for eight years now and has served as a full-time second baseman. Altuve also hits second in the order.

What Is The Best Astros Lineup Of All-Time?

In 1998, the Houston Astros had one of the most stacked teams. They would go onto win 102 games. They had names like Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio, but Moises Alou tacked on 38 home runs and hit over .300.

What Is The Worst Astros Lineup Of All-Time?

Not that long ago, the Houston Astros were not very good. The 2013 team, especially as they were the worst team in baseball. The offense really struggled as they had a lot of members hit below .230. It was a mix of young talent who failed to produce and aging stars.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Astros?

Craig Biggio played 2,850 games for the Houston Astros, which is the most of all-time. Biggio is a Hall of Famer, and one of the best outfielders to play the game. He had over 3,000 hits and over 400 steals in his career.