List of Houston Astros seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Houston Astros, originally known as the Houston Colt .45s, professional baseball franchise.

The Astros have completed fifty-one seasons in Major League Baseball, qualifying for the postseason nine times and reaching one World Series (2005). Established as an expansion franchise in 1962, the team's first winning season was in 1972. In 1980 the Astros made their first postseason appearance. From 1997-2005, the team made postseason appearances in six out of nine seasons. Since 2006 the franchise has experienced a steady decline to consecutive 100-loss seasons in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Regular Season record-by-year[edit]

World Series Champions
(1903–present)
NL Champions
(1901–present)[1]
Division Champions
(1969–present)
Wild Card Berth
(1994–present)
Regular season[2] Playoffs
Season Team League Division Finish[3] Won Lost % GB
Houston Colt .45s
1962 1962 NL 8th 64 96 .400 36½
1963 1963 NL 9th 66 96 .407 33
1964 1964 NL 9th 66 96 .407 27
Houston Astros
1965 1965 NL 9th 65 97 .407 32
1966 1966 NL 8th 72 90 .444 23
1967 1967 NL 9th 69 93 .426 32½
1968 1968 NL 10th 72 90 .444 25
1969 1969 NL West 5th 81 81 .500 25
1970 1970 NL West 4th 79 83 .488 23
1971 1971 NL West T-4th 79 83 .488 11
1972 1972 NL West T-2nd 84 69 .549 10½
1973 1973 NL West 4th 82 80 .506 17
1974 1974 NL West 4th 81 81 .500 21
1975 1975 NL West 6th 64 97 .398 43½
1976 1976 NL West 3rd 80 82 .494 22
1977 1977 NL West 3rd 81 81 .500 17
1978 1978 NL West 5th 74 88 .457 21
1979 1979 NL West 2nd 89 73 .549
1980 1980 NL West 1st 93 70 .571 - Lost NLCS (2-3) (Phillies)
1981 1981 NL West 3rd 28 29 .491 8 Lost NLDS (2-3) (Dodgers)
1st 33 20 .566 -
1982 1982 NL West 5th 77 85 .475 12
1983 1983 NL West 3rd 85 77 .525 6
1984 1984 NL West T-2nd 80 82 .494 12
1985 1985 NL West T-3rd 83 79 .512 12
1986 1986 NL West 1st 96 66 .593 - Lost NLCS (2-4) (Mets)
1987 1987 NL West 3rd 76 86 .469 14
1988 1988 NL West 5th 82 80 .506 12½
1989 1989 NL West 3rd 86 76 .531 6
1990 1990 NL West T-4th 75 87 .463 16
1991 1991 NL West 6th 65 97 .401 29
1992 1992 NL West 4th 81 81 .500 17
1993 1993 NL West 3rd 85 77 .525 19
1994 1994 NL Central 2nd 66 49 .574 ½
1995 1995 NL Central 2nd 76 68 .528 9
1996 1996 NL Central 2nd 82 80 .506 6
1997 1997 NL Central 1st 84 78 .519 - Lost NLDS (0-3) (Braves)
1998 1998 NL Central 1st 102 60 .630 - Lost NLDS (1-3) (Padres)
1999 1999 NL Central 1st 97 65 .599 - Lost NLDS (1-3) (Braves)
2000 2000 NL Central 4th 72 90 .444 23
2001 2001 NL Central T-1st 93 69 .574 - Lost NLDS (0-3) (Braves)
2002 2002 NL Central 2nd 84 78 .519 13
2003 2003 NL Central 2nd 87 75 .537 1
2004 2004 NL Central 2nd 92 70 .568 13 Won NLDS (3-2) (Braves)

Lost NLCS (3-4) (Cardinals)

2005 2005 NL Central 2nd 89 73 .549 11 Won NLDS (3-1) (Braves)

Won NLCS (4-2) (Cardinals)
Lost World Series (0-4) (White Sox)

2006 2006 NL Central 2nd 82 80 .506
2007 2007 NL Central 4th 73 89 .451 12
2008 2008 NL Central 3rd 86 75 .534 11
2009 2009 NL Central 5th 74 88 .457 17
2010 2010 NL Central 4th 76 86 .469 15
2011 2011 NL Central 6th 56 106 .346 37½
2012 2012 NL Central 6th 55 107 .340 42
2013 2013 AL West 5th 51 111 .315 45
2014 2014 AL West 4th 65 81 .445 25 1/2
Totals 4050 4245 .488

*Does not include 2 "home" games played At Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Post-Season Record-by-Year[edit]

This is the Post-Season Records for the Houston Astros

Year Finish Round Opponent Result
W/L W L
1980 NL West Champions NLCS Philadelphia Phillies Lost 2 3
1981 2nd half NL West Champions NLDS Los Angeles Dodgers Lost 2 3
1986 NL West Champions NLCS New York Mets Lost 2 4
1997 NL Central Champions NLDS Atlanta Braves Lost 0 3
1998 NL Central Champions NLDS San Diego Padres Lost 1 3
1999 NL Central Champions NLDS Atlanta Braves Lost 1 3
2001 NL Central Champions NLDS Atlanta Braves Lost 0 3
2004 NL Wild Card Champions NLDS Atlanta Braves Won 3 2
NLCS St. Louis Cardinals Lost 3 4
2005 National League Champions NLDS Atlanta Braves Won 3 1
NLCS St Louis Cardinals Won 4 2
WS Chicago White Sox Lost 0 4
9 3-9 21 35

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