WINAndrew HeaneyA. Heaney(8-8)6.0 IP, 0 ER, 6 K, 1 BB
LOSSJustin VerlanderJ. Verlander(13-9)5.1 IP, 3 ER, 11 K, 1 BB

Angels Hitting

K. CalhounRF2-551200128.228.286.403
D. Fletcher2B1-550100112.276.316.367
M. TroutCF1-441101119.310.460.621
J. UptonLF1-441110323.266.352.472
S. OhtaniDH1-332101114.275.355.542
A. SimmonsSS3-440330014.297.345.419
F. ArciaC0-440000212.259.298.481
T. Ward3B1-440100317.188.250.354
J. Marte1B0-00000000.207.252.353
K. Cowart1B-3B0-440000320.136.239.220
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    Ward (2, Verlander); Calhoun (15, Verlander); Simmons (24, Harris)
  • RBI:
    Upton (75), Simmons 3 (63)
  • Team RISP:
    3-11 (Calhoun 0-1, Cowart 0-1, Arcia 0-2, Simmons 1-1, Ward 0-2, Trout 1-1, Fletcher 0-2, Upton 1-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Fielding
  • DP:
    3 (Heaney-Simmons-Cowart, Simmons-Fletcher-Cowart, Simmons-Fletcher-Marte)

Angels Pitching

A. Heaney (W, 8-8)6.05001697-684.0997
H. Robles1.00000011-73.4611
J. Anderson1.00001014-63.4714
B. Parker1.02220016-93.3416
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    Heaney 13/22; Robles 3/3; Anderson 1/3; Parker 4/5
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    Heaney 20-11-24-13; Robles 3-0-1-3; Anderson 3-0-1-2; Parker 4-0-0-5
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Heaney 7-5; Robles 0-3; Anderson 2-1; Parker 1-2
  • Game Scores:
    A Heaney 67

Astros Hitting

G. SpringerCF1-440100120.252.338.429
A. Bregman3B1-441100113.292.394.531
J. Altuve2B2-440200014.329.392.466
C. CorreaSS0-440000116.246.327.427
T. WhiteDH2-441220017.317.396.659
M. GonzalezLF0-440000221.248.326.413
Y. Gurriel1B0-33000007.278.312.402
J. ReddickRF0-220001014.245.317.394
M. MaldonadoC1-220100110.224.280.360
a - T. KempPH0-00000106.276.368.409
M. StassiC0-00000000.234.322.407
a-walked for M Maldonado in the 8th
  • Batting
  • 2B:
    Altuve (27, Heaney)
  • HR:
    White (11, 9th inning off Parker 1 on, 2 Out)
  • RBI:
    White 2 (27)
  • 2Out RBI:
    White 2
  • GIDP:
    Bregman; Correa; Springer
  • Team RISP:
    1-2 (Correa 0-1, White 1-1)
  • Team LOB:
  • Fielding
  • PB:

Astros Pitching

J. Verlander (L, 13-9)5.153311199-682.7899
T. Sipp0.0011105-12.275
W. Harris1.22000221-153.9921
C. Devenski2.03100234-213.9834
  • Pitching
  • First-pitch strikes/Batters Faced:
    Verlander 16/22; Sipp 0/1; Harris 5/7; Devenski 6/9
  • Called strikes-Swinging strikes-Foul balls-In play strikes:
    Verlander 20-18-22-8; Sipp 0-0-1-0; Harris 4-4-2-5; Devenski 5-4-6-6
  • Ground Balls-Fly Balls:
    Verlander 1-4; Sipp 0-0; Harris 1-2; Devenski 2-2
  • Game Scores:
    J Verlander 56

Scoring Summary

6thUpton singled to right, Calhoun scored, Trout to second.10
6thSimmons doubled to deep left center, Trout, Upton and Ohtani scored.40
8thOhtani scored, Simmons to third on balk by Devenski.50
9thWhite homered to left center (415 feet), Bregman scored.52

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