This is terrible. Astros lose in extras, 1-0, in 10 innings.
*The last time the Astros played in back-to-back extra-innings games was on June 27-28, 2007 at Milwaukee and at home to Colorado. They split those two games. The last time they lost two consecutive extra-innings games was July 8-9, 2006 - both at home to St. Louis.
*It's the third 1-0 game of the season (1-2), and the 24th time this season the Astros have been held to zero or one run.
*Loss trend update: four in a row, seven of eight, eleven of their last fourteen.
*Bud Norris had a solid, solid game: 7IP, 2H/0ER, 8K:4BB. In three starts against the Dodgers this season, Norris has thrown 20IP, allowing 9H/2ER, 18K:8BB.
*The Astros issued three intentional walks and five unintentional walks to the Dodgers. It's the fifth time the Astros have walked 8+ batters this season and are, predictably, 0-5. When allowing 5+ walks, the Astros are 6-23. How did they win six? It's a miracle.
*The "offense" got three hits and four walks - with no extra-base hits. Your hits came courtesy of Altuve, Bourgeois, and a pinch-hit from Brian Bogusevic. J.B. Shuck and Carlos Lee drew two walks each.
*It's the second time this season the Astros have drawn more walks than hits.
*Jason Bourgeois has four hits in his last eight ABs.
*Since the All-Star Break, Clint Barmes is hitting .259/.308/.424 (.250/.324/.379 before the ASG).
*The final eight batters of this game were retired, with Bogusevic's pinch-hit single in the 8th coming as the final hit. Shuck bunted into a double play to erase him. Prior to that, the Astros struck out in order - all swinging - in the 7th; meaning that eleven of the final twelve batters didn't reach base.
*Man of the Match: Bud Norris
*Goat of the Game: E'rybody.