*Will Harris pitched out of a bases-loaded no-out jam in the 9th to preserve an Astros 4-2 win at Anaheim last night. Angels manager Mike Scioscia:
Give Harris credit, he pitched out of a jam. Our guys are battling, we're playing hard. We're just not winning enough situations in games to keep them on our terms. We did a lot of good things tonight, and the Astros did a couple of things better.
*Carlos Correa hit a sac fly in the top of the 9th for the go-ahead run. Hinch on Correa:
He loves the big moment, and he's pretty calm under pressure. He knows how to get runs in from third base. Whether it be with a hit, the sac fly there...that's a mature approach and a way to win the game.
*The Astros have won six straight against Anaheim and are 8-1 against them in 2016. The Astros are Rangering the Angels.
*And speaking of Ranger Devil Magic, they beat the Yankees at 1:45am Central after a 3.5-hour rain delay in front of 100 fans after scoring four runs in the top of the 9th. Joe Girardi was extremely not happy. The A's beat the Angels and the Mariners were off. So your division looks like this:
*The Red Sox and Blue Jays lost and the Royals won, so the Wild Card picture for Houston is as such:
*A blister on Lance McCullers' finger means that Scott Feldman gets the spot start tonight at Anaheim instead.
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*Luke Gregerson helped Brady Rodgers with a slider in Spring Training, and now Rodgers is knocking on Houston's door.
*2015 37th Overall pick Daz Cameron hit his 1st professional homer last night in a Tri-City win.
*Watch the benches clear in the New Orleans/Memphis game last night.
*The Vladimir Guerrero Jr. show has begun in Virginia.
*Phillies prospect Matt Imhof has a career-threatening eye injury after getting hit by a malfunctioning arm band.
*How Iceland got good at soccer.