|Time Frame||W-L||Runs/Gm||Avg/SLG/OBP||K:BB rate||XBH%|
|Time Frame||W-L||RunsAll/Gm||ERA/WHIP||K:BB rate||Inher. Run%|
A couple of things we should note:
*The Astros haven't gone through a 25-game span where they've actually averaged more runs per game than their opponent.
*They were 12-13 when posting their worst numbers as a pitching staff (helped by almost half of the inherited runners scoring. Thanks, bullpen.), and they were 12-13 when posting their best numbers as a pitching staff.
*Over the last 50 games, the Astros are 24-26.
Since June 1, here are your updated NL Central standings:
St. Louis: 25-23
The problem is, from the start of the season to May 31, the standings were as such:
St. Louis: 30-22
Typically, the Astros got off to such a lousy start, and don't have much to work with in the first place, that this season is pretty much done. So Astros: Pretty please, with a cherry on top. Trade the players.