Jose Urquidi made a great start, but left without making up his mind with the Astros

Mexican bowler Jose Urquidi made a great start with the Astros, but was left without a decision in the game that left the Houston Detroit Tigers lying on the field, which tied for ninth, with a 3-2 victory.

The bowler from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, worked six turns without allowing the run; They tied 6 hits to him, two of them from Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera, gave a base with the ball and hit three enemies.

The Astros rose from the first court thanks to Venezuelan Jose Altove who runs him at home. Houston’s second touchdown also came via the fifth house run by Jeremy Peña.

Urquidy left the game with a 2-0 win in the seventh, and when it looked like he was going to take his third win of the season, Detroit tied the score at the top of the ninth with two wins. Retired Ryan Presley retired Javier Baez and Austin Meadows, but Cabrera had his third single of the night; It was Jeimer Candelario’s turn, who took the ball off the field through the right field at the expense of one ball and two strokes for a moment 2-2.

And when the Tigers seemed to have sent the match up into extra innings, the Astros put their winning attack against bowler Willy Peralta at the bottom of the ninth place: singles Yordan Alvarez; Yuli Gouriel walked in, and Kyle Tucker hit Chase McCormick, who came as a runner in his place in place of Alvarez, with a hit in the log. (Globalism)


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