1994 Houston Astros Roster

National League (NL)
Team Record: 66-49
Finished 2nd in the NL's Central Division
Attendance: 1,560,970, Avg. 26,457
Ballpark: Astrodome
Manager: Terry Collins (66-49)
Location: Houston, Texas
1994 Houston Astros Statistics
1994 Houston Astros Results

The Houston Astros of the National League ended the 1994 season with a record of 66 wins and 49 losses, finishing second in the NL's Central Division.

The Astros scored 602 runs and surrendered 503 runs. Jeff Bagwell walloped 39 home runs for Houston, and Ken Caminiti added 20 or more, too. Jeff Bagwell drove in 116 runs and topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .368. Doug Drabek led the squad with 12 wins and a team-best 2.84 ERA, best among regularly-used pitchers.

Terry Collins coached the team.

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Player Pos. Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jeff Bagwell1BRRMay 27, 19686'0"195Boston, MA USA
Kevin BassRFBRMay 12, 19596'0"183Redwood City, CA USA
Craig Biggio2BRRDecember 14, 19655'11"185Smithtown, NY USA
Sid Bream1BLLAugust 3, 19606'4"215Carlisle, PA USA
Ken Caminiti3BBRApril 21, 19636'0"200Hanford, CA USA
Andujar CedenoSSRRAugust 21, 19696'1"170La Romana, La D.R.
Chris Donnels3BLRApril 21, 19666'0"185Los Angeles, CA USA
Doug DrabekPRRJuly 25, 19626'1"185Victoria, TX USA
Tom EdensPRRJune 9, 19616'3"185Ontario, OR USA
Tony EusebioCRRApril 27, 19676'2"180Los Llanos, Sa D.R.
Mike FelderRFBRNovember 18, 19615'8"160Vallejo, CA USA
Steve FinleyCFLLMarch 12, 19656'2"175Union City, TN USA
Luis GonzalezLFLRSeptember 3, 19676'2"180Tampa, FL USA
Mike HamptonPRLSeptember 9, 19725'10"185Brooksville, FL USA
Pete HarnischPBRSeptember 23, 19666'1"195Commack, NY USA
John HudekPBRAugust 8, 19666'1"200Tampa, FL USA
Brian HunterCFRRMarch 5, 19716'4"180Portland, OR USA
Todd JonesPLRApril 24, 19686'3"200Marietta, GA USA
Darryl KilePRRDecember 2, 19686'5"185Garden Grove, CA USA
Orlando MillerSSRRJanuary 13, 19696'1"180Changuinola, Bo Panama
James MoutonRFRRDecember 29, 19685'9"175Denver, CO USA
Roberto Petagine1BLLJune 7, 19716'1"172Porlamar, Nu Venezuela
Ross PowellPLLJanuary 24, 19686'0"180Grand Rapids, MI USA
Shane ReynoldsPRRMarch 26, 19686'3"210Bastrop, LA USA
Scott ServaisCRRJune 4, 19676'2"195La Crosse, WI USA
Mike SimmsRFRRJanuary 12, 19676'4"185Orange, CA USA
Andy StankiewiczSSRRAugust 10, 19645'9"165Inglewood, CA USA
Greg SwindellPRLJanuary 2, 19656'2"225Fort Worth, TX USA
Ed TaubenseeCLROctober 31, 19686'4"205Beeville, TX USA
Milt ThompsonRFLRJanuary 5, 19595'11"170Washington, DC USA
Dave VeresPRROctober 19, 19666'2"195Montgomery, AL USA
Brian WilliamsPRRFebruary 15, 19696'3"205Lancaster, SC USA
Mitch WilliamsPLLNovember 17, 19646'3"180Santa Ana, CA USA



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