Framber Valdez, Houston Astros creator of ‘particular’ day, 20 highlights in win over Los Angeles Angels

HOUSTON – Star of the Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout finished 0 to 11 with nine goals in a three-game streak and the Los Angeles players were fans 20 times, equaling the major league record, as the Houston Astros won 4-2 for the Sunday sweep. Japan.

Rookies Jeremy Pena home twice, capped by a two lap run with two passes in the ninth inning Ryan Tepera (1-2) to win.

“Doing it in an unrealistic way, that is unrealistic,” Pena said. “It’s fun to start, you win… and that’s great.”

The salmon hit seven times in a row in the first two matches. In the finale, the three-time AL MVP hit the base on his first hit when he was fouled at short distance by Pena before appearing in his next two appearances.

Trout appears on his final hit to extend his slide to 0-eat-14. He’s having another strong season, beating .272 with 23 home runs and 47 RBIs, despite his second-longest slide of the year – he had a career-worst 0-to-26 record before ended that drought on June 6.

Trout isn’t the only Angel struggling at the plate as a Houston starter Frame Valdez and three painkillers tied the major league record for strikes in a nine-round game. Twelve people hit different Angels to the plate, and they all hit at least once.

Valdez hit a career-high 13 in six rounds, allowing for two triple runs and five walks. Analgesic Hector Neris and Raphael Montero each beat two in goalless rounds and Ryan Pressly (2-2) fan three goals in the ninth half.

“It was something very emotional and very exciting for me,” Valdez said through an interpreter after the game. “It’s special to be a part of that.”

Astros manager Dusty Baker concurs.

“It’s impressive. He’s hit the shots,” Baker said referring to Valdez, and when asked about the team’s total of 20, he simply replied: “Kid, that’s a lot. .”

20 hits is the most in a nine-round game in Astros franchise history, according to research by ESPN Stats & Information. There have been several times when other teams have surpassed 20, including performances by Max Scherzer, Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood. The Astros’ previous record was 18 in 1964 against Cincinnati.

Houston pitchers were fans of number 47 in the series against the Angels.

Pena has four hits. In the ninth, Jose Altuve singles with two passes and Pena followed with an 11th home run. Pena achieved a solo home run on the fourth round Jose Suarez.

Luis Rengifo homeland in the Second Angel. Shohei Ohtani hit an RBI single in season three.

Altuve had an RBI single in the fifth season making it 2 all.

Catch-up coach Bill Haselman was the Angels interim coach on Sunday while Ray Montgomery, who has been interim coach and interim coach Phil Nevin was suspended for last week’s scuffle with Mariners. Haselman will also manage Tuesday’s game while Montgomery serves up the second game after being suspended.

“They just have so many good arms out there,” Haselman said. “They had a lot of good pitchers at the barn, and they were able to beat us today.”

Sunday was the sixth of Nevin’s 10 suspensions. His seventh won’t come until Tuesday, when Noah Syndergaard (5-6, 3.86 ERA) oppose Sandy Alcantara (8-3, 1.96) in the opening game of a three-game series against the Miami Marlins.

The Marlins are not a traditional rival to the Angels, so there isn’t too much history there, but Trout is 0-0 this season against Miami with two walks and two runs scored.

“Mike Trout is a future Hall of Famer. He’ll be around,” Haselman said. “It’s been too long in a season where there have never been struggles. Everyone goes through it, including the best in the game. He’s getting through it right now and we’re confident that he is. He’ll get over it.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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