Jose Altuve Houston Astros

Age: 30 (May 6, 1990) | 5' 6" | 165lbs. | Bats: Right 2B-121 SS-1 DH-2 PH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
WAS R 2009 18 56 4 8 5 6 1 0 0 2 1 1 .143 .213 .161 8 10 .160 n/a
HOU R 2009 45 179 45 58 26 16 20 2 3 18 21 4 .324 .408 .508 13 8 .342 n/a
HOU A- 2009 21 76 13 19 8 10 5 0 0 7 7 2 .250 .321 .316 9 12 .288 n/a
HOU A 2010 94 393 75 121 33 49 15 3 11 45 39 14 .308 .361 .445 8 12 .329 n/a
HOU A+ 2010 31 116 18 32 9 17 5 2 4 22 3 4 .276 .328 .457 7 14 .295 n/a
HOU A+ 2011 52 213 38 87 19 26 13 7 5 34 19 9 .408 .451 .606 8 11 .443 n/a
HOU AA 2011 0 144 21 52 7 14 9 3 5 25 5 5 .361 .388 .569 5 9 .373 n/a
HOU NL 2011 57 221 26 61 5 29 10 1 2 12 7 3 .276 .297 .357 2 13 .309 50/20/30 6 6
HOU NL 2012 147 576 80 167 40 74 34 4 7 37 33 11 .290 .340 .399 6 12 .321 53/20/27 24 23
HOU NL 2013 152 626 64 177 32 85 31 2 5 52 35 13 .283 .316 .363 5 13 .316 49/23/28 30 26
HOU AL 2014 158 660 85 225 36 53 47 3 7 59 56 9 .341 .377 .453 5 8 .360 48/23/30 51 45
HOU AL 2015 154 638 86 200 33 67 40 4 15 66 38 13 .313 .353 .459 5 10 .329 47/18/35 43 38
HOU AL 2016 161 640 108 216 60 70 42 5 24 96 30 10 .338 .396 .531 8 10 .347 42/26/32 49 44
HOU AL 2017 153 590 112 204 58 84 39 4 24 81 32 6 .346 .410 .547 9 13 .370 47/20/33 46 43
HOU AAA 2018 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .500 .333 0 25 .500 n/a
HOU AL 2018 137 534 84 168 55 79 29 2 13 61 17 4 .315 .384 .449 9 13 .350 46/24/30 29 28
HOU AAA 2019 5 21 3 4 2 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 .190 .261 .286 9 30 .286 n/a
HOU AL 2019 124 500 89 149 41 82 27 3 31 74 6 5 .298 .353 .550 7 15 .303 50/18/33 26 25
HOU AL 2020 41 164 25 35 14 35 7 0 3 14 2 3 .213 .279 .311 8 20 .254 53/20/27 1 2
Career 10yrs 1284 5149 759 1602 374 658 306 28 131 552 256 77 .311 .361 .458 7 12 .334 n/a
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Our auction was weird. We had only 11 and not 12 teams like usual. Plus, with no inflation, prices were... different, but mostly at the bottom of the middle.  The top and upper middle were elevated from par prices.

I'm pretty happy with my team.  No keepers, so prices are irrelevant after the auction ended. We go back to our 2019 rosters after this season.

C Sisco $1

C Allen $1

1B D Santana $21

2B Altuve $31

3B Moncada $23 - coming back from COVID

SS Andrus $23, probably a slight overpay

CM Choi $3

MI N Lopez $3

OF Gallo $18

OF Arraez $17

OF Kemp $1

OF Pillar $4

OF Jo Adell $1

DH Y Alvarez $27

P Giolito $29

P Yarbrough $11 (I hope they use an opener)

P Keuchel $6

P Urquidy $4

P Shoemaker $1

P Roark $1

P Poche $1

P N Anderson $15

P Hendriks $18

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Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jul 19

So which pitcher gets to hit Jose Altuve first ... accidentally of course ... with the new schedule?

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Jul 18

Can we expand his history to see his biggest earnings years?

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Apr 3

Buster Olney also has brought this up ...

Olney expects retribution

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Feb 15

Given the "unwritten rules of baseball," I wonder which team will brushback Altuve and Bregman during Spring Training ... maybe Maeda. Dodgers will be sunning in Arizona so won't have a direct chance in ST.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Feb 14

Stands to reason by listening for the garbage can banging, he'd know when a fastball was coming and thus know when not to run! 

Matt Roberson Doc
Jan 21

The baffling part about Altuve in  that 2017 season is his road OPS was 1.081 as opposed to .834 at home; but he had 6 more SB at home with the 6 CS split evenly. 

van wilhoite LVW
Jan 21

I'm discounting the big Astros' hitters (especially Altuve, for the SB issue pointed out by Eugene) a few dollars each. Maybe 10% of normal value. I don't think they're going to get suspended - and I'm sure that would be announced well before I draft - but I think their performance is going to suffer a bit. And I'm not paying full price to find out. 


Guys like Springer, Altuve and Bregman are still very highly-skilled players, but why else would you go to the lengths they supposedly did unless you thought it was going to help your performance? If it wasn't helping, they probably would have stopped after a couple of weeks. 

Scott Shea SJS
Jan 21

You are right about that EF, except the drop happened immediately after the scandal broke, i.e. cause and effect. I am insane and have about a dozen NFBC drafts I've done so this was noticeable. Altuve seems to have been affected more than Bregman or Springer, thus far anyway. Bregman is going in the mid teens after being top ten early on and Springer has gone in the 40s, about 10 slots lower than he started. Maybe all of us NFBC folks are a few French fries short of a happy meal but I'd say a trend is developing.

GEOFF CRESAP SydThrift
Jan 20

Altuve was bound to fall regardless.  His SB total has slipped considerably the past two years after dropping from his peak prior to that.  If he's a 10 SB player, he's going to max out at $30 rather than low-mid $40s as 35+ SB player.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jan 20