Ken Hoffman has an excellent story on the Chron about former short-time Astro, Randy Hennis.
Hennis' final line with the Astros: 3 appearances, 9.2IP, 1H/0ER, 4K:3BB, 0.00 ERA/0.41 WHIP. There is a little side note in Hoffman's piece...
“The next game was in Atlanta, and I pitched two innings in relief and gave up no hits. The game was on TBS, so all my friends and family could watch. I don’t remember who I faced. I was out late the night before.”
Let's help him out, shall we? On September 23, 1990, Hennis came in for the 7th and 8th innings against the Braves, down 3-0. He:
Struck out Kelly Mann, got Paul Marak to groundout, walked Lonnie Smith and Jeff Treadway, and got Ron Gant to fly out to center. In the 8th, he got David Justice to flyout down the left field line, Tommy Gregg to pop up to third, and Jeff Blauser to strikeout swinging.