Astros take MLB record with 20 goals in 4-2 win over Angels
The Houston Astros tied an MLB . record Sunday with 20 attacks in the previous 4-2 win Angel of Los Angelesbecame one of eight teams to ever reach that total in a game of nine innings.
Initiator of Astros Frame Valdez Fan 13 angels beat in his six innings on the mound. Hector Neris and Rafael Montero beat each other by two shots in the seventh and eighth rounds, respectively. Ryan Pressly then pushed the team to the MLB record by taking the lead in ninth place.
The record is still at stake at bottom of the table with a 2-2 draw, as the Astros will need six more strikes to surpass the record for most MLB in an overtime game. But Jeremy Peña secured Houston his spot in the record books with two home runs over the center court fence, his second of the game.
While the Angels struggled to get the ball into play, the team still scored two goals early in the game. The first goal came from a home solo by Luis Rengifo in the second half. The second track is Shohei Ohtani’s RBI single from the third part.
Valdez, 28 years old, settled and set the Astros franchise record by record 12 consecutive occurrences through the strike.
Houston completed the series of wiping out the Angels with Sunday’s win and has now won six in a row. The Astros have a 13.5-game lead in the West AL.