Jose Altuve catches a ball in Texas (+VIDEO) against Houston

Jose Altuve A ball struck in the match between Houston Astros And Texas Rangers.

The two teams faced off on Saturday afternoon, April 13. The second game of the three-match series Minute Maid Park Weekend. This will be the second series between the two teams in the 2024 season.

They broke up the previous weekend Globe Life Field. Each won twice. He won this Saturday Houston with a score of nine to two. Thus, they got their revenge on Friday when the visitors secured a 12-8 victory.

Thus, Houston Improved his season record to 5-11. Meanwhile, the reigning champions World Series They do it for seven and six.

Jose Altuve was hit by a ball during a game between the Houston Astros and the Texas Rangers.

Jose Altuve He played as one of the best hitters of the 2024 campaign American League, second in extra base hits and hits, sixth in OPS and eighth in slugging. He started as a first shift starter in the lineup and second baseman on defense.

Venezuela reached base four times. Twice he hit a double, once in another, and another time he hit a single.

In the fourth inning Houston Astros They scored two runs. Two for one against the score, with two outs and clean bases, Jose Altuve This started a new opportunity for racing. No-ball strike count, opener Texas Rangers, Andrew HeaneyA slider escaped and hit the Venezuelan on his left leg.

Altuve He limped out of the batter's box, bouncing slightly as he made his way to first base. Even though it hurt him, he entered the site. He then scored the tying run with RBI's double century. Kyle Tucker.

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He reached 70 hits in his entire career The big leagues. It is the third largest amount in history Houston Astros. They only surpass him Craig Biggio And Jeff Bagwell.

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