James Mouton - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Jun 3, 1991:7. Drafted James Mouton(IF) in 1991 Summer Draft
Jan 14, 1998:Traded James Mouton(OF) to SD-N for Sean Bergman(P)

This Date in Astros History

Dec 29, 1968:James Mouton is born in Denver, CO. He would bat .249 in four seasons as a part-time outfielder (1994-1997), swiping 79 bases. He has since played with San Diego, Montreal and Milwaukee.
May 24, 1994:Doug Drabek gets three hits and drives in two, as well as tossing a three-hit shutout, to steamroll the Braves, 8-0. James Mouton adds four hits and Scott Servais provides a three-run homer. Drabek runs his record to 7-1 on the season.
Jul 3, 1994:Ken Caminiti slugs an inside-the-park homer while Craig Biggio and James Mouton belt the traditional kind as the Astros trap the Cubs, 12-6. Caminiti and Biggio are named to the N.L. All-Star team along with Jeff Bagwell, Doug Drabek and John Hudek (none as starters) to total a club-record five All-Stars in one season.
May 17, 1995:Luis Gonzalez goes four-for-four with three RBIs to pace a 7-2 triumph over the Mets. Greg Swindell works seven innings for the victory. James Mouton adds a homer off Jason Jacome.
May 27, 1995:James Mouton sends the Astrodome fans home happy with a tenth-inning homer off Mike Stanton to stun the Braves, 3-2. John Hudek picks up the victory.
Jul 3, 1995:Andres Galarraga of Colorado goes 6-for-6 with two homers and five RBIs as the Rockies take a 15-10 slugfest over Houston at Coors Field. Derek Bell and James Mouton go deep for the Astros but it's not enough to offset the 21-hit assault of Colorado.
Aug 1, 1995:Craig Biggio slams two home runs and drives in three to pace an 8-6 victory at St. Louis. James Mouton adds three hits, including a double. Mike Hampton gets the win.
Aug 4, 1995:Houston sweeps a twinbill at Pittsburgh, 6-5 and 5-4. James Mouton singles home Orlando Miller in the ninth to win the opener while Derek Bell caps a 5-for-9 day with a home run and a double to pace the Astros in the nightcap.
Jul 21, 1996:Derek Bell singles home James Mouton with the game-winner for the second straight night as the Astros clip the Braves, 4-3, in ten innings. Greg Maddux was the victim the previous night and Brad Clontz gets deja vu in this one. Mike Simms belts a two-run homer for Houston.
Sep 29, 1996:Tony Eusebio doubles home James Mouton with the season's final run in a 5-4 ten-inning victory over the Marlins. Fans come to honor pitcher Nolan Ryan who sees the Astros retire his #34 jersey.
Jan 14, 1998:Houston deals outfielder James Mouton to the San Diego Padres for pitcher Sean Bergman. Bergman contributes a 16-15 record on two division-winning Astros clubs.