Doug Henry - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Nov 26, 1997:Signed Doug Henry(P) from SF-N as free agent
Jul 31, 2000:Traded Doug Henry(P) to SF-N for Scott Linebrink(P)

This Date in Astros History

Nov 26, 1997:Pitcher Doug Henry is signed as a free agent. The reliever posts a three-year mark of 11-8 with five saves and a 3.88 ERA.
May 16, 1998:Craig Biggio swats a dramatic ninth-inning homer off Kerry Ligtenberg to drop the Braves, 3-2. Houston had scored twice on Greg Maddux but Atlanta evens it with two against Shane Reynolds. Doug Henry throws two perfect innings of relief to get the win.
Jul 20, 1998:Doug Henry blows the save, allowing a two-run ninth-inning blast to Dante Bichette, but comes out the winner when Tim Bogar singles home Carl Everett for a 10-9 thriller over the Rockies. Everett touches home for the fourth time in the game, notching four hits and driving in three.
Aug 8, 1998:Mark Leiter plunks Richard Hidalgo with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, sending home Derek Bell for a 7-6 stunner over the Phillies. Bobby Estellela had just gone deep off Doug Henry to put the Phils up, 6-5. Instead, Henry gets the win.
Jul 31, 1999:Jeff Bagwell and rookie Lance Berkman swat two home runs apiece as the Astros club the Padres, 8-5. Berkman has three hits and steals a base. Derek Bell accounts for the other two runs with a double. Doug Henry gets the win in relief.
Aug 21, 1999:Astros leave no runners on base in a 5-4 victory over Florida. Jeff Bagwell's solo shot in the ninth wins it after Bill Spiers, Glen Barker and Carl Everett went deep for the other four runs. Doug Henry wins in relief of Jose Lima.