Houston’s ninth won 9-6 on what was a 10-game tour.
If anything has been seen since the return of the Big leagues is the aggressiveness with which the Astros their matches begin. In fact, there is little prudence in the first at bat and that has paid off for them, as they go ahead very early as they did against the Angels this Friday.
Houston’s ninth won 9-6, a score that can be seen tight, but it must be said that at the high of the second inning it was already 4-0. Kyle Tucker was the figure when hitting three hits and surpassing his mark of four towed in the same outing.
After four hours and 21 minutes, a fairly long duel, the visitors sealed everything with Brandon Bielak on the mound replacing Lance McCullers, who scored another successful start.
Venezuelan José Altuve went 4-0, while Cuban Yuri Gurriel closed with a 4-2, two runs scored and one produced.
This clash will be repeated again this Saturday and Sunday before the Astros continue their journey against the Diamondbacks.
– Houston Astros (@astros) August 1, 2020
More matches of the day:
Parents 8-7 Rockies
Indians 1-4 Twins
Pirates 3-6 Cubs
Rangers 2-9 Giants
Dodgers 3-5 Diamondbacks
Athletic 3-4 Mariners
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