HOUSTON – A look at where the Houston Astros finish the season.
For a team that won the AL West, they will finish fourth in the division.
The Astros finish with the sixth-best record in baseball.
They are the only AL team with a winning record in 10 of the last 11 seasons.
They have won nine games in a row in each of the past four years, the longest streak in the American League.
The team has won 10 games or more in each season since 2008.
Houston also finished with a better winning percentage than last year, winning 91 games and missing the playoffs.
The club has had some tough years.
The Astros were eliminated from the playoffs in 2011.
But the team has bounced back from those struggles and is on track to finish with a .500 record.
The team is also second in the AL in runs scored, at 214.
The Astros have won the American Association pennant in four of the five years since they moved from Houston to Dallas in the 1960s.
The franchise has made the playoffs four straight years and won the World Series three times.
They have won back-to-back AL pennants and also have one of the best rosters in baseball with the best starting pitchers in the league in A.J. Burnett, Carlos Correa and Carlos Gomez.
The 2016 Astros were the last team to make it to the World Baseball Classic and went to the finals in the last two years.
The organization has also brought home the AL pennant twice, the first time in 2010 and the second in 2013.
The Houston Astros were a wild card team in 2014 when they won the division, but fell to the Houston Angels in the wild-card game.
The teams have split their two playoff series, but have lost the last five games.
The Angels won the last three meetings.