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[edit] 2005 Houston Astros / Franchise: Houston Astros / BR Team Page

Record: 89-73, Finished 2nd in NL Central Division (2005 NL) | 2005 National League Wild Card

Won NL Pennant

Managed by Phil Garner

Ballpark: Minute Maid Park

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Beat the Atlanta Braves 3 games to 1 in the NLDS

  • Game 4 was the longest game in post season history - won by a Chris Burke Home Run in the 18th inning

Beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4 games to 2 in the NLCS

Lost to the Chicago White Sox 4 games to none in the World Series.

[edit] Postseason

[edit] NLCS vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Main article: 2005 NLCS
Game Score Date Winning pitcher Losing pitcher Attendance
1 Houston Astros 3 at St. Louis Cardinals 5 October 12 Chris Carpenter (1-0) Andy Pettitte (0-1) 52,332
2 Houston Astros 4 at St. Louis Cardinals 1 October 13 Roy Oswalt (1-0) Mark Mulder (0-1) 52,358
3 St. Louis Cardinals 3 at Houston Astros 4 October 15 Roger Clemens (1-0) Matt Morris (0-1) 42,823
4 St. Louis Cardinals 1 at Houston Astros 2 October 16 Chad Qualls (1-0) Jason Marquis (0-1) 43,010
5 St. Louis Cardinals 5 at Houston Astros 4 October 17 Jason Isringhausen (1-0) Brad Lidge (0-1) 43,470
6 Houston Astros 5 at St. Louis Cardinals 1 October 19 Roy Oswalt (2-0) Mark Mulder (0-2) 52,438
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NL Division Series (3-0) Cardinals (NLC) over Padres (NLW)

NL Division Series (3-1) Astros (WC) over Braves (NLE)

NL Championship Series (4-2) Astros over Cardinals

World Series (4-0) White Sox over Astros

AL Championship Series (4-1) White Sox over Angels

AL Division Series (3-2) White Sox (ALC) over Red Sox (WC)

AL Division Series (3-0) Angels (ALW) over Yankees (ALE)

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