The Houston Astros beat the New York Mets before the rain

Houston Astros continued his winning streak, this time against New York.

This Sunday, March 3, they faced each other Port St. Lucie Teams Houston Astros And New York Mets. The challenge lasted five innings. After the sixth started it was decided to end it considering the weather conditions.

Despite afternoon rain in much of Florida, more than six thousand people attended the stadium Clover Park. The Houston Astros won, two for five.

Manager Joe Espada He took almost all alternatives. Most experienced people in the team Majors were Corey Jules, Jake Meyers And Yanner Diaz.

attack Houston Astros He scored five runs with seven hits. Among those who were not caught were two householders. Yanner Diaz And Corey Jules They took the ball over the fences for the first time Spring training. Dominican Diaz Raised twice Julks Got multihits.

Another highlight was the box Jake Meyers. The North American hit two doubles in three chances. He drove in one and scored a couple. The team's other extra base hit came Joe SingletonA twin.

from the box Jose Urqudi They opened and withdrew three scheduled entries. He got nine outs, no earned runs, allowed three hits and struck out two batters. He didn't walk.

Two other chapters were thrown out Brandon Beelock And Bennett Sosa. Lefties from Florida, SusaHe tolerated both New York Mets.

Upcoming Houston Astros games in spring training

Houston Astros They are taking a short break after winning five games in a row. They do not have a scheduled game this Monday, March 4th. The next challenge will be against the 5 p.m. on Tuesday Miami Marlins.

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