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Houston +1.5
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Community Picks: Houston 57% vs Boston 43%

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Tyler White capped a five-run first inning with a two-run double and Josh James delivered three scoreless innings of relief as the Houston Astros defeated the host Boston Red Sox 7-3 on Saturday at Fenway Park to claim this three-game series between the last two American League champs. The Astros extended their winning streak to 10 games with the victory, marking their second double-digit streak this season. The 1969 Astros were the only team in franchise history to post two double-digit winning streaks in the same season. Continue to Article
May 18, 2019 11:40:pm EST
WATCH: Christian Vazquez sets career-high for home runs in a season originally appeared on Christian Vazquez is experiencing the best year of his career at the plate so far in 2019. Hours after Alex Cora lauded the 28-year-old catcher for embracing the challenge set before him following Blake Swihart's DFA, Vazquez belted his sixth home run of the season, setting a new career-high just 34 games into the 2019 campaign. Entering Saturday's clash with the Houston Astros, Vazquez bolstered a . Continue to Article
May 18, 2019 9:19:pm EST
Highlights from the Red Sox 7-3 loss to the Astros originally appeared on FINAL SCORE: Astros 7, Red Sox 3 IN BRIEF: A five-run first inning by the Astros proved to be too much to overcome for the Red Sox Saturday night as they dropped their second straight to Houston 7-3. RED SOX RECORD: 23-22 HIGHLIGHTS: Christian Vazquez sets career-high for home runs 1st inning Michael Brantley RBI double (1-0 HOU) Josh Reddick SAC fly (2-0 HOU) Yuli Gurriel RBI single (3-0 HOU) Tyler White two-run double (5-0 HOU) J.D. Martinez scores on a passed ball by Max Stassi (5-1 HOU) 2nd inning Carlos Correa SAC fly (6-1 HOU) 3rd inning Mitch Moreland RBI double (6-2 HOU) 4th inning Christian... Continue to Article
May 18, 2019 8:09:pm EST
The Houston Astros patiently waited out Rick Porcello through seven scoreless innings, then pounced when the Red Sox right-hander delivered a pair of mistakes. Jake Marisnick led off the eighth with a double and George Springer drove the very next pitch from Porcello out for his AL-leading 17th homer as Houston won 3-1 on Friday night. ''Impressive win,'' Astros manager A.J. Hinch said. Continue to Article
May 18, 2019 12:02:am EST
George Springer clubbed his American League-leading 17th home run in the eighth inning, and the Houston Astros rallied for a 3-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday in the opener of a three-game set at Fenway Park. Springer socked a first-pitch changeup from Red Sox right-hander Rick Porcello 395 feet just to the right of straightaway center field, scoring Jake Marisnick and erasing a one-run deficit. Porcello entered the eighth having retired seven consecutive batters and with 91 pitches on his ledger, before surrendering his first extra-base hit of the night when Marisnick doubled to left. Continue to Article
May 17, 2019 10:29:pm EST
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