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Houston evened Series 2-2 ahead of Game 5 at Fenway Park on Wednesday.The opening ceremony is scheduled for 4:08 pm
Boston — José Altuve hit a home run on Tuesday night, the Houston attack awoke with seven runs in the ninth inning, and the Astros beat the Boston Red Sox 9-2.
It tied the AL Championship Series two games at a time.
With 6 outs, the defending AL champion guaranteed at least one match in Houston instead, as he faced Game 5 at Fenway Park, behind 3-1 in the Best of Seven series.
The team exchanged one home run, after which Altuve had eight lead-off shots after both pitching staff placed six straight zeros on Fenway’s scoreboard.
Game 5 is scheduled to start Wednesday at 4:08 pm.
Zack Greinke started in Houston and Nick Pivetta started in Boston.
Houston 1, Boston 0
Alex Bregman put the Astros on the board with a green monster solo home run in the first inning, giving Houston a 1-0 lead.
Boston 2, Houston 1
Xander Bogaerts responded to Bregman’s home run with a two-out, two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning.
Houston 2, Boston 2
José Altuve played against Solo Homer at the top of the 8th inning.
Houston 3, Boston 2
Jason Castro released a two-out RBI single at the top of the ninth inning to lead the Astros.
Houston 9, Boston 2
After Castro’s single, the Astros started the game and recorded another six runs to get a firm grip on the game. Michael Brantley scored three points in this double.
Another of this smashed ball by Kyle Tucker.
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