Jason Castro

Jason Castro #15

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Jason Castro 2015 Stats de la Postemporada

.063 0 2 0 .229

Jason Castro Stats de por vida en Postemporada

.063 0 2 0 .229

Jason Castro Estadísticas

.211 11 31 0 .648

Jason Castro Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.237 51 180 3 .702

Jason Castro Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Jason Michael Castro
  • Nacido: 6/18/1987 en Castro Valley, CA
  • Draft: 2008, Houston Astros, 1st rd. (10th overall)
  • Universidad: Stanford
  • Debut: junio 22, 2010
Más Info Biográfica +
2015 Stats de la Postemporada 16 1 1 0 2 0 .063 .167 .229
Stats de por vida en Postemporada 16 1 1 0 2 0 .063 .167 .229
2015 Estadísticas 337 38 71 11 31 0 .211 .283 .648
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 1689 199 400 51 180 3 .237 .309 .702
  • Estatus: Activo

Jason Castro Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG VB HIP Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento Pro. de distancia (pies) Pro. de vel. generada (mph) Pro. del ángulo del lanzamiento (deg) Pro. de altura (pies)
2015 Astros AL 375 207 89.03 218.15 1.01 13.82 39.03
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 210.20 0.43 8.96 33.39


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Jason Castro Estadísticas

Jason Castro Estadísticas Avanzadas

Jason Castro Eventos de Statcast


Jason Castro Noticias de Fantasía

16 de octubre de 2015 a las 5:56 ET

Castro takes step back in 2015

Astros catcher Jason Castro finished the 2015 regular season with a .211 average, 11 home runs, 31 RBIs and 38 runs scored.

17 de septiembre de 2015 a las 9:25 ET

Castro activated, returns to lineup vs. Texas

After a 17-game stint on the disabled list with a right quad strain, Astros catcher Jason Castro was activated Thursday and was in the lineup for the series finale against Texas.


Jason Castro Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2013 Houston AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
28/05/2013 Houston AL
26/08/2013 Houston AL

Futures Game Selection

Año Equipo League
2009 Corpus Christi TEX

AFL Rising Stars

Año Equipo League
2009 Peo Saguaros AFL
2011 Salt River AFL

HWB Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2008 North Shore HWB

Jason Castro Tabla de líderes


Season 2B Rank
2013 35 19th in AL


Season SO Rank
2013 130 22nd in AL
2014 151 8th in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
2014 9 10th in AL

Jason Castro Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
17 de septiembre de 2015 Houston Astros activan a C Jason Castro de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
29 de agosto de 2015 Houston Astros ponen a C Jason Castro on the 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
1 de octubre de 2013 Houston Astros activan a C Jason Castro de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
17 de septiembre de 2013 Houston Astros ponen a C Jason Castro en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Cyst in his right knee.
13 de agosto de 2012 Houston Astros activan a C Jason Castro de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
6 de agosto de 2012 envian a C Jason Castro una asignación de rehabilitación a Oklahoma City RedHawks.
3 de agosto de 2012 envian a C Jason Castro una asignación de rehabilitación a Corpus Christi Hooks.
15 de julio de 2012 Houston Astros ponen a C Jason Castro en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al July 8, 2012. Right knee swelling.
31 de octubre de 2011 Houston Astros activan a C Jason Castro de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
28 de mayo de 2011 Houston Astros transferido C Jason Castro de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado a la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
22 de marzo de 2011 Houston Astros ponen a C Jason Castro en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Recovering from March 2011 right knee surgery.
22 de junio de 2010 Houston Astros seleccionado el contrato de C Jason Castro de Round Rock Express.
4 de abril de 2010 Jason Castro asignado a Round Rock Express de Corpus Christi Hooks.
16 de enero de 2010 Houston Astros invitado fuera del roster C Jason Castro para spring training.
10 de junio de 2009 Jason Castro asignado a Corpus Christi Hooks de Lancaster JetHawks.
8 de abril de 2009 Jason Castro asignado a Lancaster JetHawks de Tri-City ValleyCats.

Info Biográfica de Jason Michael Castro

After graduating from Castro Valley High School in California, was orginally selected by Boston in the 43rd round of the 2005 draft...did not sign, opting to attend Stanford from 2006-08. ... In 2008, his junior year at Stanford, Castro hit a team-leading .376 with 14 home runs and 73 RBI en route to being named to the All Pac-10 team...helped Stanford to the College World Series in 2008 and was named the Team's MVP...drafted by Houston with the 10th overall selection in the first round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft...signed by Astros scout Joe Graham. ... Prior to drafting Castro, Houston had not selected a catcher in the top 10 in the draft since selecting Robbie Wine with the eighth overall pick in 1983. ... Named the Astros Top Prospect and Best Defensive Catcher among Astros minor leaguers by Baseball America prior to both 2009 and 2010. ... Was the youngest player invited to Major League Spring Training in both 2009 and 2010. ... Given the Astros' 2012 Darryl Kile "Good Guy" Award by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA. ... Was originally added to the Astros 40-man roster on June 22, 2010, and started at catcher that night...signed to a one-year contract that runs through the 2013 season.


Played in a career-high 126 games, making a career-high 121 starts (110 at catcher, 11 at DH)...among AL catchers, ranked tied for sixth in homers (14) and tied for fifth in doubles (21)...became the third catcher in Astros history to post two seasons with double digit homers, also C Alan Ashby (1982, 1987) and C John Bateman (1963, 1966)...also became the first catcher in club history with double-digit homers in back-toback seasons...threw out a career-high 21 runners attempting to steal (21-of-102, 20.6%)...hit well out of the No. 2 spot in the order, batting .320 (16x50) with four extra-base hits and four RBI...per StatCorner.com, saved nine runs above an average MLB catcher with his pitch framing...was a 12.9-run improvement from 2013...ranked 11th among all MLB catchers in Baseball Prospectus' pitch framing metric...made his third consecutive Opening Day roster and remained with the Astros for the entirety of the season...hit his first career walk-off homer on June 27 vs. DET...hit a solo shot off LHP Blaine Hardy with the score tied at 3-3 in the bottom of the 11th inning...hit the only grand slam by an Astro at Minute Maid Park with his homer on Aug. 28 vs. TEX...was the second grand slam of his career...named the Astros nominee for the 2014 Roberto Clemente Award.


Was an American League All-Star, a two-time AL Player of the Week and was named the Astros Team MVP by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA ... had one of the greatest offensive seasons by a catcher in Astros history, setting single-season club records by a catcher in doubles (35), homers (18), runs scored (63), extra-base hits (54), SLG (.485), multi-hit games (33) and OPS (.835)...the previous doubles record was held by Brad Ausmus (25 in 1997) and the HR record was held by John Bateman (18 in 1966) ... received his first All-Star nod this season, becoming the second catcher in club history to be named an All-Star (also Biggio in 1990)...became the first Astro since Lance Berkman in 2008 to win two Player of the Week awards in the same season...Bagwell is the only other Astros player to do so (three POW awards in 1994)...ranked tied for seventh in the AL in doubles thru Sept. 7 before missing the rest of the season with a right knee injury...hit the most doubles by an Astro since Carlos Lee in 2011 (28)...finished tied for first in the AL with seven multi-double games ... prior to 2013, the last AL player with seven multi-double games was Robinson Cano in 2011...led AL catchers in slugging (min. 450 PAs) and finished second in OPS, third in runs and OBP, tied for third in doubles, fourth in homers and tied for sixth in hits...according to Baseball Reference, finished second among AL catchers in WAR (4.5) behind Joe Mauer (5.4)...set career highs in almost every offensive category after playing in a career-high 120 games...was placed on the 15-day DL on Sept. 17 due to right knee discomfort...had a cyst on his right knee drained on Sept. 3 and had a minor arthroscopic procedure done on Sept. 19 ... played his last game of the year on Sept. 7 and missed the final 20 games of the season...became the first Astro to receive AL Player of the Week honors when he hit .579 with three HR, five RBI and a .636 OBP for the week of May 20-26...the last Astros player to receive a weekly award was Hunter Pence, who won the NL Player of the Week award in 2010...the last Astros catcher to win a weekly award was Biggio in 1990 ... had a career-long, 12-game hitting streak from July 31-Aug. 14...marked the longest hitting streak by an Astros catcher since Tony Eusebio hit in 24 straight games from July 9-Aug. 28, 2000 ... his 445-ft. HR on Aug. 9 vs. TEX was the longest HR hit at MMP in 2013...received his second AL Player of the Week award on Aug. 26 after hitting .529 (9x17) with six extra-base hits (two doubles, one triple, three homers), five RBI and a 1.913 OPS (.619 OBP/1.294 SLG) for the week of Aug. 19-25...ranked third among AL players with a 1.067 OPS in August, trailing Miguel Cabrera (1.162) and Mike Trout (1.090)... from July 31 through the end of the season, hit .333 with eight doubles, six HR and 21 RBI in 29g...led the Majors with a 1.053 OPS over that span (min. 100 PA).

2012 After beginning the season with a .209 (18x86) average thru his first 26 games, rebounded to post a .281 (48x171) batting average with a .362 on-base percentage, six home runs and 21 RBI in his last 61 games (since May 21)...given the Astros' 2012 Darryl Kile "Good Guy" Award by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA...collected four of his six homers in his last seven games of the season...led the club's catching corps with a 4.34 catcher's ERA (312ER/646.2IP) in his 79 games (73 starts) behind the dish...caught 12 of 69 attempting base stealers on the season...against right-handed pitching, hit .286 (58x203) with 13 doubles, six homers and an .831 OPS (.373 OBP/.458 SLG)...after sitting out the entire 2011 season with a right knee injury, spent five of the season's six months on the active roster...was on the DL from July 15-Aug. 13 with a right knee effusion...returned to game action in Spring Training and led the club in hitting during the Spring with a .364 mark...made his first career Opening Day start on April 6 vs. COL, going 0x2 with two walks...hit over .300 in both June (.302, .367 OBP) and August (.306, .359 OBP)...had his first multi-homer game on Sept. 28 at MIL, the first multi-homer game by an Astros catcher since J.R. Towles hit two on Sept. 29, 2009, at PHI... combined to hit .556 (10x18) with three doubles, one home run and two RBI in his seven injury rehab games with Triple A OKC (4g) and Double A CC (3g). 2011 Missed the entire 2011 regular season while recovering from a right knee injury...sustained the injury while trying to avoid a tag at first base on March 2 at DET (Lakeland), in the club's third game of Spring Training...underwent surgery on March 4 at The Methodist Hospital in Houston, which repaired a large tear of the medial meniscus and reconstructed his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)...spent his season rehabbing before returning to baseball activities in Sept...participated in the Astros Instructional League in Oct. before joining the Arizona Fall League...played in 12 games for the league-champion Salt River Rafters, hitting .289 (11x38) with one double, four RBI and a .404 on-base percentage...caught 2-3 times a week in the AFL...finished his year hitting safely in five of his last six games (.400, 8x20). 2010 In his first big league season and second full professional season, hit .205 (40x195) with eight doubles, one triple, two homers and eight RBI... started 57 games at catcher for Houston and committed only two errors in his 67 overall games at the position... threw out 17 of 48 attempted base stealers (35.4%)... his 67 games at catcher are the most by an Astros rookie since Mitch Meluskey caught 103 in 2000... hit .242 (16x66) in his final 23 games of the season after Aug. 26... posted a career-long, five-game hitting streak from July 28-Aug. 6, during which he hit .350 (7x20) with a triple, RBI and three walks... collected his first Major League hit in his first ML plate appearance on June 22 with his third-inning single of Tim Lincecum... became the first Astro to record his first MLB hit in his first MLB plate appearance since Tommy Manzella did so on Sept. 11, 2009 vs. PIT as a pinch-hitter... also threw out two base stealers in his MLB debut... had his contract purchased from Triple A on June 22... hit .265 (36x211) with four homers, 26 RBI and a .365 OBP in 57 games at Triple A... after a .226 average with no homers in April at Triple A, posted a .278 average (44x158) with four homers and 20 RBI in 41 games from May 1-June 19... reached base safely via hit or walk in 32 consecutive games from May 6-June 13... spent most of Spring Training with the Astros as a non-roster invitee... hit .313 (10x32) with two RBI and a .378 OBP in 16 games in the Spring... was the youngest player invited to Major League Spring Training in both 2009 and 2010... at 22-years-old entering 2010 Spring Training, he was one month younger than the second-youngest player, RHP Henry Villar (born May 24, 1987). 2009 Combined to hit .300 (134x446) with 10 home runs and 73 RBI in 109 games between Class A Lancaster and Double A Corpus Christi...played 101 games behind the plate, posting a .977 fielding percentage (14E/677TC)...caught 49 of 109 attempting base-stealers (45%)...began the season as a non-roster invite to Astros Spring Training and appeared in five games, recording two hits in eight at-bats (.250)...was re-assigned to minor league camp on March 10...began his regular season at Lancaster, where he hit .309 (64x207) with seven homers and 44 RBI...earned the JetHawks Defensive Player of the Month honors for April and May...earned a promotion to Corpus Christi in early June and made his debut with the Hooks on June 10...invited to play in the All-Star Futures Game held in St. Louis on July 12...hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning for the U.S. Futures off of Blue Jays left-handed pitching prospect Luis Perez...also threw out a runner attempting to steal in the top half of that inning...returned to the Hooks and finished the season hitting .293 (70x239) with three homers and 29 RBI...folllowing the season, was one of two catchers selected to represent the United States in the 2009 IBAF World Cup, where the US captured the Gold Medal after going 14-1 in pool play...after the international tournament, Castro returned to the states and was assigned to the Peoria Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League...played his final game of the season on Nov. 5, as the starting catcher of the West squad in the Rising Stars Game of the AFL. 2008 In his first professional season with Single A Tri-City, hit .275 (38x138) with two home runs and 12 RBI in 39 games...made his professional debut on July 14...the following month, his first full month as a professional, Castro earned Tri-City's Defensive Player of the Month for August... caught a total of 27 games and was a DH for his 12 other appearances on the season...played in the Hawaiian Winter League following the season, and earned Postseason All-Star honors after hitting .333 (36x78) with two home runs and 13 RBI in 23 games for the North Shore Honu.