Astros’ All-Time Best Seasons: First Base
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Berkman made it to the World Series in 2011 with the St. Louis Cardinals.
There were a few other seasons that were in the running.
Here are some Honorable Mentions:
- 1973 – Bob Watson: .312/.403/.449/.852; 179 hits, 24 doubles, 16 HRs, 1 stolen base, 94 RBI, 4.7 WAR
- 1996 – Jeff Bagwell: .315/.451/.570/1.021; 179 hits, 48 doubles, 31 HRs, 120 RBI, 21 stolen bases, 7.5 WAR
- 1999 – Jeff Bagwell: .304/.454/.591/1.045; 171 hits, 35 doubles, 42 HRs, 126 RBI, 30 stolen bases, 7.4 WAR
- 2002 – Lance Berkman: .292/.405 /.982/.; 169 hits, 35 doubles, 42 HRs, 128 RBI, 4.8 WAR
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