Dallas Keuchel

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Dallas Keuchel Estadísticas

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
2-4 5.11 37.0 30 1.57

Dallas Keuchel Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
43-39 3.66 708.0 553 1.27

Dallas Keuchel Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Dallas Keuchel
  • Pronunciación: KYK-ull
  • Nacido: 1/1/1988 en Tulsa, OK
  • Draft: 2009, Houston Astros, 7th rd. (221st overall)
  • Universidad: Arkansas
  • Debut: junio 17, 2012
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2016 Estadísticas 2 4 5.11 6 6 0 37.0 30 1.57
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 43 39 3.66 115 106 0 708.0 553 1.27

Dallas Keuchel 2016 Divididas

Duración G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL H CL BB SO WHIP
Últimos 7 Juegos 2 4 5.11 6 6 0 37.0 40 21 18 30 1.57
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Duración
Últimos 7 Juegos
Últimos 15 Juegos
Últimos 30 Juegos
Últimos 3 Juegos G P SV IL H CL BB SO
4/21 @ TEX 0 1 0 6.0 13 6 0 5
4/26 @ SEA 0 1 0 6.0 6 5 2 5
5/2 vs MIN 0 1 0 4.1 7 5 5 3
Últimos 3 Juegos
4/21 @ TEX
4/26 @ SEA
5/2 vs MIN
2016 Juegos por posición: SP (6)

Dallas Keuchel Slider Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Pro. de vel. del hit (mph)
2016 Astros AL 166 Slider 77.87 76.80 2144.00 5.75 86.03
MLB Avg - - - Slider 84.19 83.39 2026.00 5.77 86.72
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Dallas Keuchel Estadísticas Avanzadas

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Dallas Keuchel Eventos de Statcast

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Dallas Keuchel Pronósticos del 2016

Duración G P PCL J Aperturas JC BL SV OSV IL H C CL H4 GP BB BBI SO WHIP
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12 8 3.21 27 27 1 1 0 0 176.2 166 70 63 13 5 51 0 149 1.23
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14 12 3.54 33 33 1 1 0 0 213.2 206 91 84 14 5 69 1 179 1.29
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Dallas Keuchel Noticias de Fantasía

3 de mayo de 2016 a las 12:44 ET

Keuchel suffers rare home loss

Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel lost after allowing five runs on seven hits and five walks with three strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings on Monday against the Twins.

2 de mayo de 2016 a las 5:13 ET

Keuchel could thrive Monday

Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel, a DraftKings Daily Pick, could thrive on the mound Monday vs. the Twins.

Premios

Dallas Keuchel Premios

AL Cy Young

Año Equipo League
2015 Houston AL

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2015 Houston AL

Rawlings AL Gold Glove

Año Equipo League
2014 Houston AL
2015 Houston AL

AL Pitcher of the Month

Mes Equipo League
04/2015 Houston AL
05/2015 Houston AL
08/2015 Houston AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
26/05/2014 Houston AL
20/07/2015 Houston AL

MLB Players Choice AL Outstanding Pitcher

Año Equipo League
2015 Houston AL

PCL Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
16/04/2012 Okla. City PCL

TEX Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
18/04/2011 Corpus Christi TEX
13/06/2011 Corpus Christi TEX

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2011 Corpus Christi TEX

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2011 Corpus Christi TEX

Dallas Keuchel Tabla de líderes

Promedio de carreras limpias

Season PCL Rank
2014 2.93 7th in AL
2015 2.48 2nd in AL

Ganados

Season G Rank
2015 20 1st in AL

Porcentaje de Ganados

Season WPCT Rank
2014 .571 17th in AL
2015 .714 3rd in AL

Ponches

Season SO Rank
2015 216 5th in AL

Promedio de Bateo en Contra

Season PRO Rank
2014 .252 17th in AL

Juegos iniciados

Season Aperturas Rank
2015 33 2nd in AL

Juegos completos

Season JC Rank
2012 1 17th in NL
2014 5 1st in AL
2015 3 3rd in AL

Blanqueadas

Season BL Rank
2014 1 5th in AL
2015 2 1st in AL

Entradas lanzadas

Season IL Rank
2014 200.0 17th in AL
2015 232.0 1st in AL

Ponches por cada nueve entradas

Season K/9 Rank
2015 8.38 10th in AL

Ponches/Bases por bolas

Season K/BB Rank
2014 3.04 19th in AL
2015 4.24 5th in AL

Bases por bolas

Season BB Rank
2015 51 24th in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
2013 184 22nd in AL
2014 187 21st in AL
2015 185 20th in AL

Dallas Keuchel Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
2 de mayo de 2013 Houston Astros llamado LHP Dallas Keuchel de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
21 de abril de 2013 Houston Astros opcionado Dallas Keuchel para Oklahoma City RedHawks.
6 de abril de 2013 Houston Astros llamado Dallas Keuchel de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
17 de marzo de 2013 Houston Astros opcionado Dallas Keuchel para Oklahoma City RedHawks.
4 de septiembre de 2012 Houston Astros llamado Dallas Keuchel de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
30 de agosto de 2012 Houston Astros opcionado Dallas Keuchel para Oklahoma City RedHawks.
21 de julio de 2012 Houston Astros llamado Dallas Keuchel de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
5 de julio de 2012 Houston Astros opcionado Dallas Keuchel para Oklahoma City RedHawks.
17 de junio de 2012 Houston Astros seleccionado el contrato de Dallas Keuchel de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
3 de junio de 2012 Dallas Keuchel estado en la lista cambian a por Oklahoma City RedHawks.
30 de mayo de 2012 Oklahoma City RedHawks ponen a LHP Dallas Keuchel en la lista de inactivos temporalmente.
15 de agosto de 2011 Oklahoma City RedHawks activan a LHP Dallas Keuchel de la lista temporalmente inactiva.
1 de agosto de 2011 Dallas Keuchel asignado a Oklahoma City RedHawks de Corpus Christi Hooks.
11 de julio de 2011 Oklahoma City RedHawks ponen a LHP Dallas Keuchel en la lista de inactivos temporalmente.
13 de mayo de 2011 Dallas Keuchel estado en la lista cambian a por Corpus Christi Hooks.
3 de mayo de 2011 Dallas Keuchel estado en la lista cambian a por Corpus Christi Hooks.
3 de mayo de 2011 Corpus Christi Hooks ponen a LHP Dallas Keuchel en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
20 de julio de 2010 LHP Dallas Keuchel asignado a Corpus Christi Hooks de Lancaster JetHawks.
7 de abril de 2010 Dallas Keuchel asignado a Lancaster JetHawks de Tri-City ValleyCats.
30 de junio de 2009 Houston Astros firmado LHP Dallas Keuchel.
30 de junio de 2009 Dallas Keuchel asignado a Tri-City ValleyCats.

Info Biográfica de Dallas Keuchel

Last name is pronounced: KYK-ill Graduated from Bishop Kelley High School (OK) in 2006 where he was a two-time Pitcher of the Year in his conference ... also played quarterback for Bishop Kelley's football team. Attended the University of Arkansas from 2007-2009 ... went 9-3 with a 3.63 ERA (32ER/79.1IP) as the Razorbacks' Friday night starter in 2009 ... helped lead his team to the semifinals of the 2009 College World Series... majored in apparel studies at Arkansas ... Keuchel and Tigers left-handed pitcher Drew Smyly were roommates. Selected by the Astros in the seventh round of the June 2009 draft...signed by Astros scout Jim Stevenson. IN THE COMMUNITY: Crowned the champion of the Astros "Dancing With the 'Stros" charity event on Sept. 15, 2013...competed against four teammates who were each paired with a professional dancer ... the rest of the Astros roster served as judges for the competition ... Keuchel sealed the victory after flipping his dance partner, Jeanine Stewart, over his shoulder...close to $200,000 was raised for The Astros Foundation at the event. Made his MLB debut at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on June 17, 2012 (1ER, 5.0IP) ... grew up in Tulsa, OK and attended his first ever MLB game at Rangers Ballpark. Was originally added to the 40-man roster when his contract was purchased by Houston on June 17, 2012...is signed to a one-year contract that runs through 2014.

2015
Had one of the greatest individual seasons in club history, taking home the AL Cy Young Award,Rawlings AL Gold Glove Award (second of his career), MLBPA Players Choice Award for AL Most Outstanding Pitcher, Fielding Bible Award (given to the best fielding pitcher in the Majors), Warren Spahn Award (given to the top left-hander in Major League Baseball), three AL Pitcher of the Month Awards (April, May, August), Astros MVP and Pitcher of the Year honors as voted by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA, while being named the Starting Pitcher on the Sporting News AL All-Star Team and finishing fifth in the AL MVP voting...became the third pitcher in club history to win a Cy Young Award, joining RHP Roger Clemens (2004) and RHP Mike Scott (1986)...received 22 first-place votes and eight second-place votes for 186 total points in the CyYoung voting (LHP David Price finished second with 143 points)...in the AL MVP voting, garnered 107 points with three fourth-place votes, eight fifth-place votes, five sixth-place votes, one seventh-place vote and three eighth-place votes...became the eighth pitcher in club history to win 20 games in a season, leading all AL pitchers in wins, WAR (7.2), innings (232.0) and groundball to flyball ratio (3.68), while ranking second in ERA (2.48) and opponent batting average (.217), and tied for third in complete games (3)...became the Astros' first 20-game winner since 2005, when RHP Roy Oswalt went 20-12...also marked the most innings by an Astros pitcher since Oswalt threw 241.2 in 2005...marked the most innings by a Houston lefty since LHP Mike Hampton tossed 239.0 in 1999...27 quality starts also marked the most since Hampton notched 27 in 1999...set a franchise record for strikeouts by a left-hander in a single season (216), surpassing LHP Mike Cuellar (203 in 1967)...had the most strikeouts by an Astros pitcher since RHP Roger Clemens fanned 218 in 2004...had five double-digit strikeout games, which marked the most by an Astro since RHP Wade Miller had five in 2001...ranked tied for fifth in the AL in strikeouts...went undefeated at home, going 15-0 with a 1.46 ERA (21ER/129.1IP) and 139 strikeouts during the regular season, while winning his only home postseason start in the ALDS vs. Kansas City...became the first pitcher in Major League history to finish a season with at least 15 wins while being undefeated at home...prior to Keuchel, the MLB record was held by RHP Boo Ferriss and RHP Tex Hughson, who both went 13-0 at home for the 1946 Boston Red Sox...his home ERA was the lowest produced by an AL pitcher since RHP Nolan Ryan in 1972 (1.07)...stretched his home winning streak during the regular season to 16 games (dating back to Sept. 20, 2014), which is a club record and the longest by an AL pitcher since LHP CC Sabathia won 16 straight home games from 2009-10...became the first AL pitcher to win 16 combined home games between the regular season and postseason since RHP Jack Morris (16-3) in 1991...his 3.68 groundball to flyball ratio bested his 2014 career-high of 3.63, and marked the sixth-highest ratio produced by an MLB pitcher since the stat was first tracked in 1987...only one other AL pitcher posted a higher groundball to flyball ratio for a single season: RHP Derek Lowe in 2003 (3.92)...his groundball rate of 62.3 percent was the second highest posted by a left-handed pitcher in a single season since 1987, behind only his 64.4 percent mark he posted in 2014...was named to his first All-Star Game, and was named starter of the AL squad by manager Ned Yost...became the fourth pitcher in franchise history to start an All-Star Game, joining Clemens (2004), Scott (1987) and RHP J.R. Richard (1980)...became the first pitcher in club history to win a Pitcher of the Month Award three times in a single season...the last Major Leaguer to do so was RHPJake Peavy, who won NL Pitcher of the Month for the Padres in May, August and September of 2007...the last AL pitcher to do so was LHP Johan Santana, who won his awards for the Twins in July, August and September of 2004...marked the first year since 1979 that the Astros took home multiple pitcher of the month awards as RHP Ken Forsch (April), RHP Joe Niekro (May), and RHP Joaquin Andujar (June) and RHP J.R. Richard (September) all took home the honor...led all AL pitchers in assists (53) and total chances (72), while leading all Major League pitchers in defensive runs saved (13)...made just one error all season for a .986 fielding percentage, making him one of five AL pitchers to make one error or less while pitching 200 or more innings...made his second consecutive Opening Day roster, this time as the Astros No. 1 starter...made his first career Opening Day start on April 6 vs. CLE, earning the win and out-dueling the AL's reigning Cy Young Award winner RHP Corey Kluber...tossed 7.0 shutout innings, allowing three hits and three walks with four strikeouts...became the second pitcher in club history to toss 7.0+ shutout innings on Opening Day, joining RHP Roy Oswalt, who tossed 8.0 shutout innings on April 3, 2006 vs. FLA (1-0 win)...became the first Astros pitcher since LHP Wandy Rodriguez on April 8, 2010 at CHC to record five assists and one putout in a single game...became the sixth different pitcher to start on Opening Day for Houston over the last six years, joining Roy Oswalt (2003-10), RHP Brett Myers (2011), LHP Wandy Rodriguez (2012), RHP Bud Norris (2013) and RHP Scott Feldman (2014)...also became just the fifth lefty to start on Opening Day in Houston franchise history...the others were LHP Bobby Shantz (1962), LHP Mike Cuellar (1967), LHP Dave Roberts (twice, 1973-74) and LHP Wandy Rodriguez (2012)...was named AL Pitcher of the Month for the month of April, becoming the first Astro to win a Pitcher of the Month award since LHP Wandy Rodriguez in July of 2009...went 3-0 in his five starts in April, posting a 0.73 ERA (3ER/37IP) and 22 strikeouts while allowing just 27 baserunners (16 hits, 11 walks) in his 37.0 innings...led the league in innings, opponent batting average (.130) and groundball to flyball ratio (3.61) during the month, ranking second in ERA and tied for third in wins...posted a 0.80 ERA(4ER/45IP) through his first six starts of the season (April 6-May 4), including three scoreless starts...per Elias, marked the lowest ERA by an Astros starter through his first six starts of a season in franchise history...the previous record was held by LHP Bob Knepper, who posted a 0.85 ERA (4ER/42.1IP) in 1988...threw 13 consecutive quality starts from Aug. 15, 2014-May 4, 2015, which tied the longest streak by an Astros left-hander with LHP Wandy Rodriguez (2010)...was also the longest active streak in the Majors at the time...notched his sixth win of the season on May 20 vs. OAK, becoming the first Astros starter to begin a season 6-0 since Roger Clemens started the 2004 season 9-0...was named AL Pitcher of the Month for May...joined LHP Randy Johnson as the only pitchers in Astros history to win consecutive Pitcher of the Month awards...went 4-1 in his six starts in May, posting a 2.62 ERA (13ER/44.2IP) and 38 strikeouts while allowing a .223 opponent average...closed out the month with back-to-back complete game efforts, including a four-hit, 11-strikeout, complete-game shutout against the White Sox on May 30 at Minute Maid Park...had consecutive scoreless appearances on June 25 vs. NYY (9IP) and on June 30 vs. KC (8IP)...over that stretch and into his next start, did not allow a run in 19.0 consecutive innings pitched from June 25-July 7...at 11-4, became the first Astros pitcher to win 11 games prior to the All-Star Break since Roy Oswalt went 12-7 in the first half of 2005...led all Major League pitchers in innings pitched (137.1), while ranking tied for first in the AL in wins, second in ERA (2.23), tied for second in complete games (3) and fourth in opponent batting average (.208) prior to the All-Star Break...was named the AL Co-Player of the Week with OF Lorenzo Cain on July 20, following his dominant July 20 performance vs. TEX, when he shutout the Rangers over 7.0 innings, allowing only two hits with a career-high 13 strikeouts...on Aug. 25 at NYY, did not allow a run or walk, striking out nine with three hits allowed...pitched 16.0 scoreless innings against the Yankees during the season, becoming the second pitcher in Major League history to hold the Yankees scoreless over 16.0 innings in a single season...joined White Sox RHP Joe Horlen, who recorded 18.0 scoreless frames against the Yankees in 1965...won his franchise-record, third Pitcher of the Month Award (August)...during the month, went 4-1 with a 1.94 ERA (9ER/41.2IP) in six starts, collecting 41 strikeouts and allowing a .221 opponent batting average...gave up a career-high three homers on Sept. 6 vs. MIN, snapping a streak of 46 consecutive starts at home without allowing multiple homers...was the longest streak by an Astro since RHP Mike Scott went 60 starts from 1983-86...committed his only error of the season on Sept. 11 at LAA...had gone 47 consecutive starts and 330.0 total innings (dating back to May 31, 2014) without making an error...set a club record by going at least 6.0 innings in 40 consecutive starts from July 25, 2014-Sept. 11, 2015...was the longest streak by a Major Leaguer since RHPJustin Verlander had a 63-game run from 2010-12...notched his 20th win of the season and the 41st win of his career on Oct. 2 at ARI, his final start of the regular season...was his 109th career game...the only left-handed pitcher in club history to compile more wins within his first 109 games was LHP Jim Deshaies (44)...the Astros scored 21 runs in the game, and per Elias, marked the most run support any pitcher has received in his 20th win of a season in the modern era...the previous high was 20 runs, scored by the Braves for RHP Dick Rudolph in his 20th victory of the 1915 season...made his first trip to the playoffs, pitching in three postseason games (2 starts)...started the AL Wild Card Game at NYY (0ER/6IP), Game 3 of the ALDS vs. KC (1ER/7IP), and pitched 1.0 relief inning in Game 5 of the ALDS at KC (3ER/1IP)...led the Astros to a 3-0 victory over the Yankees at Yankee Stadium in the AL Wild Card Game on Oct. 6, tossing 6.0 shutout innings...became the third pitcher in club history to toss at least 6.0 shutout innings in his postseason debut, joining RHP Mike Scott (Game 1 ofthe 1986 NLCS vs. NYM) and RHP Joe Niekro (Game 3 of the 1980 NLCS vs. PHI)...became the fifth pitcher in MLB history to toss at least 6.0 shutout innings in his first career postseason start, while also being an elimination game...joined RHP Alex Cobb (2013), LHP Brett Anderson (2012), RHP Chris Young (2006) and RHP Joe Coleman (1972)...in his only home start of the postseason (ALDS Game 3), joined RHP Mike Scott (1986 NLCS Games 1 and 4) as the only pitchers in club history to record the win in each of their first two postseason starts...started his playoff career with 9.0 consecutive scoreless innings.
2014

In his third season in the majors, was named an AL Gold Glove winner and the Astros Pitcher of the Year by the Houston Chapter of the BBWAA...is the first Astros pitcher to win the Gold Glove award in franchise history...is the first player born in Oklahoma to win an AL Gold Glove Award since Paul Blair in 1975...the Astros went 17-12 in his 29 starts, which were tied for the most on the club with RHP Scott Feldman...was on the Final Vote ballot for the 2014 AL All-Star Team and was named the AL Player of the Week for the week of May 19-25...the longest continuously-tenured pitcher on the Astros staff led the club in wins, innings (200.0), complete games (5) and quality starts (21), while ranking second in strikeouts (146) and ERA (2.93)...set career highs in wins, innings, starts, complete games, strikeouts and quality starts...became the first Astros pitcher to reach the 200.0-inning plateau since RHP Brett Myers in 2011 (216.0)...became the first Astros lefty to pitch 200.0 innings since LHP Wandy Rodriguez in 2009 (205.2)...his 12 wins marked the most by an Astro since Myers had 14 in 2010...21 quality starts marked the most since Myers (24) and Rodriguez (23) topped that figure in 2010...per Elias, became the first Astros pitcher to reach 12 wins and 200.0 innings with a sub-3.00 ERA since RHP Roy Oswalt did so in 2006...led the Majors in groundball to flyball ratio by a wide margin, as his 3.63 mark ranked directly ahead of LHP Tyson Ross' 2.81 GB/FB ratio...marked the sixth-highest GB/FB ratio ever produced by an MLB pitcher since the stat was first tracked in 1987...only one other AL pitcher posted a higher GB/FB ratio for a single season: RHP Derek Lowe in 2003 (3.92)...his groundball rate of 64.4% was the highest ever posted by a left-handed pitcher in a single season since 1987...ranks immediately ahead of Philadelphia's LHP Bruce Ruffin, who posted a 64.3% groundball rate in 1987...opponents' grounded into a double play 36 times against him, which ranked the second most in franchise history in a single season...LHP Mike Hampton set the record in 1999 with 38...became one of just four pitchers since 1987 to post both a strikeout to walk ratio (3.04) and groundball to flyball ratio above 3.00 in a single season...the others to do it were RHP Brandon Webb, RHP Kevin Brown and RHP Greg Maddux...led the AL and ranked tied for second in the Majors in complete games (5) with RHP Adam Wainwright, behind only LHP Clayton Kershaw (6)...marked the most complete games by an Astro since LHP Mike Hampton (7) and RHP Darryl Kile (6) surpassed that mark in 1997...pitched at least 8.0 innings in eight starts. the most by an Astros pitcher since RHP Roy Oswalt did so in 2006...the only AL pitchers with more starts of 8.0+ innings in 2014 were LHP David Price (17), RHP Corey Kluber (10) and RHP Felix Hernandez (10)...ranked 11th among Major League pitchers and fifth in the AL in WAR (5.1)...posted the highest WAR by an Astros pitcher since RHP Roy Oswalt put up a 6.7 mark in 2007...ranked seventh in the American League in ERA...ranked among the AL lefty leaders in complete games (1st), homers allowed per 9.0 innings (0.49, 2nd), ERA (3rd), innings (5th), WHIP (5th), strikeouts (7th) and wins (T-7th)...was one of three qualifying pitchers in the Majors to post an ERA of 3.60 or lower in every month of the season...the others were RHP Felix Hernandez and RHP Johnny Cueto...led all Major League pitchers in total chances (66) and assists (47), while ranking tied for fourth among AL hurlers in putouts (18)...made just one error for a .985 fielding percentage, which ranked sixth among AL pitchers...was one of just 12 qualifying AL pitchers to make one error or less...the only AL pitchers to make one error or less in at least 200.0 innings were Keuchel, RHP Corey Kluber, LHP Mark Buehrle and RHP Felix Hernandez...per Fangraphs.com, led all Major League pitchers with 10 defensive runs saved...his 1.18 WHIP was the lowest by an Astro since RHP Roy Oswalt posted a 1.17 mark in 2006...went at least 5.0 innings without giving up more than five runs in 29 straight starts, which set an Astros record for a single season...RHP Roger Clemens held the previous record as he went 28 straight starts in 2005...ranked seventh among AL pitchers in quickest pace between pitches, averaging 20.6 seconds...ranked fourth among lefties, behind LHP Mark Buehrle (17.3), LHP John Danks (19.9) and LHP Chris Sale (20.1)...was excellent on the road against AL West Division opponents...per Elias, went 5-0 with a 2.94 ERA (16ER/49IP) in seven starts against divisional foes (2 wins at LAA, 2 wins at SEA, 1 win at TEX)...made his first-ever Opening Day roster this season as the Astros No. 5 starter...was one of two Astros starters that remained on the active roster for the entire season (also RHP Scott Feldman)...was never placed on the Disabled List all year...was scratched from one scheduled start on June 28 vs. DET with left wrist inflammation...on April 10 at TOR, defeated the Jays with a 7.0-inning, one-run performance...became one of just 10 left-handers ever to go at least 7.0 innings in each of his first three starts against Toronto, with the most recent being LHP Joe Saunders (2005-07)...struck out 30 batters in April, which tied LHP Mike Hampton for the second-most ever compiled by an Astros left-hander during the month...LHP Wandy Rodriguez set the record with 33 strikeouts in April of 2011...Keuchel only had five starts in April, whereas Hampton and Rodriguez each had six during their respective seasons...on May 8 at DET, out dueled his former college roommate, LHP Drew Smyly (3 ER/5.1 IP), in an Astros 6-2 win...went 7.2 innings, allowing two runs on six hits with seven strikeouts...tossed his first career complete game shutout (second career complete game), and the Astros first of the season, on May 13 vs. TEX...struck out seven and allowed seven hits and one walk...struck out the side on 10 pitches in the 2nd inning (one pitch away from an immaculate inning)...became the first Astro with at least seven strikeouts and no walks in a shutout since RHP Roy Oswalt did so on April 16, 2004, vs. MIL...also became just the second pitcher in club history to shut out the Rangers (also RHP Taylor Buchholz on May 21, 2006, vs. TEX)...RHP Scott Feldman did so later in the season on Aug. 30 in Houston...in his next start, went 8.2 innings on May 19 at LAA and then threw another complete game in his next outing on May 25 at SEA...came within one out of throwing three straight complete games, as OF Mike Trout reached on an infield single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth in his start on May 19...became the first Astros pitcher to go 8.2+ innings in three straight starts since RHP Darryl Kile did so from July 20-25, 1997...prior to Keuchel, the last MLB player to do so was LHP Cliff Lee from June 16-28, 2011...was named the American League Player of the Week for the week of May 19-25...became the first Astros pitcher to win Player of the Week honors since RHP Roy Oswalt did so in 2008...became one of just three left-handed pitchers in club history to win Player of the Week honors, joining LHP Bob Knepper (1981) and LHP Joe Sambito (1980)...went 2-0 with a 1.02 ERA (2ER/17.2IP), 14 strikeouts and a complete game during the week... among AL pitchers during the week, he ranked first in ERA, innings, opponents' average (.153) and complete games, and third in strikeouts...posted a career-long four-game winning streak from May 8-25...was scoreless in a career-long 20.2 consecutive innings from May 8-19...was the longest scoreless innings streak by an Astro since RHP Alberto Arias had a streak of 21.1 scoreless innings in 2009...his 2.14 ERA (11ER/46.1IP) in the month of May was the lowest by an Astros pitcher since RHP Roger Clemens posted a 1.54 ERA (7ER/41IP) in May of 2005...the last Astros lefty to post a lower May ERA was LHP Mike Hampton in 1999 (2.05)...marked the most innings by an Astros lefty during May since LHP Bob Knepper went 49.1 innings in 1986...four wins in May tied a franchise record for a lefty: also Knepper (1988, 1985-86) and LHP Dave Roberts (1973)...per Elias, became the first Houston pitcher with six wins before the end of May since RHP Roy Oswalt in 2007...defeated the Twins on June 6 at MIN (0ER/6IP), becoming the second Astros pitcher ever to win their first six road starts of a season, with the other being RHP Darryl Kile in 1996 (Elias)...he and RHP Jarred Cosart (9-6) each won nine games in the first half...prior to that duo, the last Astros pitcher to record nine wins before the All-Star Break was LHP Wandy Rodriguez in 2006 (9-6)...on July 25 vs. MIA, became the fourth pitcher in franchise history to go 7.0+ innings and not allow an earned run or walk and still receive a loss...the last to do it was RHP Mark Portugal on Sept. 9, 1991, vs. SD...picked up his fifth complete game of the season on Aug. 21 at NYY (3ER/8IP)...was outdueled by RHP Brandon McCarthy (0ER/9IP), who also threw a complete game... neither pitcher issued a walk, which resulted in the fastest 9.0 inning game ever played at the new Yankee Stadium (2 hours, 7 minutes)...10 of his last 11 starts from July 25 through the end of the season were quality starts...went 3-3 with a 2.37 ERA (21ER/79.2IP), 54 strikeouts and two complete games over that span...the Astros went 7-4 in his starts while going 5-0 in his last five outings...ranked sixth in the AL in ERA in that span.

2013

Pitched in 31 games for Houston, making 22 starts...fared much better as a starter, posting a 6-8 record and a 4.90 ERA (72ER/132.1IP) as opposed to his nine relief appearances (0-2, 6.75) ... owned a tie for the club lead with 153.2 innings pitched (also, Harrell)...had 10 quality starts in 22 total starts this year ... led the American League and ranked second in the Majors in ground ball to fly ball ratio with a 2.57 mark (min. 150IP)...that stat was first tracked in 1987, and since that season, Keuchel's 2.57 GB/FB ratio ranks third in franchise history trailing Mike Hampton in 1998 (2.70) and Shane Reynolds in 1995 (2.67) ... improved in nearly every statistic from 2012 to 2013, including groundball percentage (72.0%/61.1%), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (7.20/4.01) and walks per 9.0 innings (3.05/4.11) ... began the year with Triple A OKC but was recalled by Houston on April 6 prior to making an appearance for the RedHawks...was the first pitcher recalled by Houston in 2013...worked in long relief for four appearances before being optioned back to OKC on April 20... started one game for OKC and recalled on May 2...spent the remainder of the season with the Astros...earned 1.000 full year of service time despite being optioned twice...picked up his first career road victory on May 31 at LAA (2ER/7IP) in what was his 10th game (eighth start) on the road...twice reached a career-high nine strikeouts this season, on June 21 at CHC and on Sept. 13 vs. LAA...in a relief appearance on June 25 vs. STL, fanned six hitters in 2.2 innings pitched, which marked the most strikeouts by an Astros reliever in a single game since Jeff Fulchino also fanned six on Sept. 16, 2009 at CIN...was crowned the winner of the Astros "Dancing With The 'Stros" charity event on Sept. 15...competed against four teammates, each paired with a professional dancer ... close to $200,000 was raised for The Astros Foundation at the event...pitched only one game for OKC this season, a 6.0-inning shutout performance on April 26 vs. New Orleans...allowed just three hits, did not issue a walk and fanned five.

2012 Made 16 starts with Houston across three stints in 2012 in what was his first career Major League action...went 3-3 with a 2.95 ERA (20ER/61IP) in 10 starts at Minute Maid Park, which ranked seventh in Astros history for a single season among rookie hurlers...put up a 1.57 groundballs per flyball ratio last season, which ranked seventh in the Majors and fourth in the National League among rookies (min. 15 starts)... started the year in Triple A OKC's rotation...had his contract purchased by Houston on June 17 before getting optioned back to Triple A on July 5...recalled on July 21 and optioned on Aug. 30...officially recalled on Sept. 4, where he finished the season in the Astros' starting rotation...made his Major League debut on June 17 at TEX, where he allowed just one run on four hits in 5.0 innings of work...was the first Astro to make his ML debut as a starter since RHP Henry Sosa did so on Aug. 10, 2011 at ARI...tossed the Astros' first complete game of the 2012 season on June 23 vs. CLE in what was his second career ML start...gave up one run on six hits over his 9.0 frames to earn his first ML win...was the first Astros rookie to record a CG since RHP Taylor Buchholz went the distance on May 21, 2006 vs. TEX...also became the first pitcher to throw a CG in either his first or second ML appearance since RHP Clay Buchholz accomplished the feat on Sept. 1, 2007 (Elias)...became the first pitcher to begin his Astros career by tossing 5+ innings and allowing one-or-fewer runs in three straight starts since Roger Clemens did so from April 7-18, 2004...over his first seven ML starts of 2012 was allowing 5.77 walks per 9.0 innings (25BB/39IP)...slashed his walks per 9.0 innings rate to a 2.72 (14BB/46.1IP) mark over his final nine ML starts of the season...made three stints with Triple A Oklahoma City, posting a 6-4 record with two complete games and a 3.90 ERA (40ER/92.1IP)...was named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week on April 16...entering the 2012 season, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 21 prospect in the Astros system. 2011 Went a combined 10-8 with a 4.12 ERA (75ER/163.2IP) and 91 strikeouts in 27 starts between Triple A Oklahoma City (7g) and Double A Corpus Christi (20g)...was a Texas League Midseason and Postseason All-Star...was named the Texas League's Pitcher of the Week on June 13 and April 18...was the Corpus Christi Pitcher of the Month for both June and July...ranked by Baseball America as the No. 23 prospect in the Astros organization prior to the 2011 season. 2010 Posted a 7-14 record with a 3.77 ERA (73ER/174.1IP) and 133 strikeouts in 28 games (27 starts) between Double A Corpus Christi (9g) and Class A Advanced Lancaster (19g)...his 3.36 ERA (45ER/120.2IP) at Lancaster ranked third in the California League...was the Lancaster Pitcher of the Month for May. 2009 Spent his first professional season with Class A Short Season Tri-City... went 2-3 with a 2.70 ERA (17ER/56.2IP) and 44 strikeouts in 11 games (10 starts).