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So you know, every single time that I am live in today doing a broadcast of game three off the L.
S a must win game for the Houston Astros.
They're down to Oh, in this A l.
And this is a must win game for them.
Just adjusting the volume here.
Ready to go here, guys.
Getting the start is Jose or Coyote or quality 14 career games.
12 of them have been starts is a 3.
His last appearance pitched 4.
1 innings and let up four home runs in those 4.
So not very good or kiddie pitching.
Garneau behind the plate.
Catching for him for Houston and in the infield is Bregman, a third Correa at short to second and Gurriel at first just a star studded in feeling in the outfield from left to right, Brantley, Springer and Tucker.
And if I'm looking like over here, kinda looks like I'm looking over the camera.
I'm just looking at the screen where I'm watching the game on.
So yeah, here we go.
And just about ready to start this one.
Siri's Excuse me so far in a very big game today, a bigger game for the as I mean at the Rays.
It's not over, but they're up 30 so they've just about punched their ticket to the world.
Siri's and the Astros gotta win this game.
I mean, they must win to pretty much keep their season alive.
Stepping in leading off is the lefty Austin Meadows, and the post seasons, only two for 17 and he fires away on that first pitch and fouls it away in in his own one lefty on Lefty.
Here you're Keedy and meadows.
Excuse me? Your kid is actually a righty.
As Meadows swings, another one inside pops up on the in fields in fair territory.
Bregman is over and makes the catch good play by her kidney.
I thought her kitty was a left hander that just not really sure why that was, but Meadows flies out to the third baseman Bregman to start the game.
Top of the first one down for Arcady, now stepping in it is Randy Arose Arena, who has been just a beast this postseason.
He has been really good.
He's batting in the two hole, playing left as she takes the first pitch.
Wanna know? He's hitting 4 29 in the postseason with four homers and five ribbies.
One accounts a fastball at 97 MPH, and it just misses outside, too.
And, oh, entering tonight.
Rosa renovating 4 29 in the postseason, the rest of his team and the one seventies as he hits one well out towards right center field.
Springer on the run and he makes the catch.
A few steps in front of the track looked to be a bit of miscommunication in between Springer and Tucker there, but Springer ultimately called him off.
Center fielder has the call and top of the first.
There's two down, two down in the top of the first or Katie Onley five pitches into this well on the basis or empty or two outs.
Yeah, now stepping in.
It's the lefty Brandon Low at the plate in the three holy swings at the first pitch and hits it pretty well out towards left center.
Springer, about a step onto the track, makes the catch and and easy first inning for Jose or cut the only six pitches as the Rays go down 123 middle of the first inning.
Asked her is looking to save their season and put some runs on the board here in the bottom of the first? Yeah, all right.
Oh, I'm up in fantasy right now. 19 points.
It's got digs, but 19 points and a half, I don't know, but digs as good as hell.
Thank you for the tip.
I appreciate it back here in the bottom of the first inning, Astros orders Springer out to they Brentley Bregman, Korea and I missed the last part of it, but Ryan Yarbrough, on the mound for the Rays.
He's 28 years old, made his MLB debut on March 31st 2018.
This is 78th career game and postseason career.
He's pitched eight innings and he has a 2.
25 Yara in those eight innings.
So he's been good in his postseason career So far is the lefty wines and delivers a pitch inside to spring her to start it off. It's one and out.
George Springer is gonna be a free agent this offseason.
A lot of talk about him upcoming.
Right now, I'm just focused on winning this game, he said.
In 2 72 home runs, five ribbies, one out.
It's a breaking ball at the top of the zone, sitting at 84 miles an hour, and it's one and one.
Springer takes account is one and one.
The pitch fought off right side, but it goes foul cutter there, and Springer just couldn't really do much.
That just fights it off.
I mean, it's a low velocity cutter just comes in on you.
Then, at the last second really good movement from Yarbrough and she Springer struggling with it there is barely able to fight that one off one and two.
Now, Ryan, you're Yarborough's up in the Count Springer in the right handed batters box takes a breaking ball in the dirt at 81 miles now works to and to accounts to and to now Yarbrough winds up and deliver swing and a miss on the off speed pitch.
Springer was out in front of it on.
Yarbrough strikes out Springer to start the game on five pitches.
Yarbrough bet one of the best, if not the best, in the in MLB average exit velocity allowed in 2018 years for 2019.
He was first, so he really just misses barrels of the bat.
People just don't hit the ball hard against him, and that is huge.
Now the little man who is Al Tube second baseman steps in for his first at bat.
Pitch to out to is a little high.
Want to know? Altuve hit in 2 90 in the postseason. Three.
Home runs. Seven R B I. She's been good.
I'm on my feeling you just tryingto.
But with the game day one of those oh, the pitch on the inside corner.
It's a good one 83 MPH on that cutter, and the count's now at one and one.
Qatar's looking good early from Yarborough.
112 out of a That ball is crushed.
Deep blood field going back.
Jose Altuve hits his fourth of the postseason, and it is one to nothing.
Houston, that's a second off the LCS.
He's had to in the first inning of the A.
C s one in Game one, and then one year in Game three is Houston jumps out to an early one to nothing lead.
Beautiful swing there, man.
That was a pretty home run there from Al Tube and the Astros taken early one.
Nothing lead on the solo shot out to left field from Altuve.
Looks like another cutter here.
Just I was talking about how good is Qatar has been, and it's not a bad one.
I mean, it's up around the letters about two.
They probably a little high, honestly, that probably have been a ball, but out to catch up to what he knows what's coming gets ahead of it and deposits.
It deposits it into the left field seats one.
Houston First pitch So Michael Brantley Yarbrough gets back on track sinker in there for strike one.
The count is Owen wanted Brantley lefty on lefty here, and it's a beautiful pitch, a curveball on the outside corner, and it is owing to perfect pitch.
I mean, curveball right on that outside corner.
Bradley has been hitting well this postseason pretty much.
All the Astros are this postseason, especially at the top of the lineup, he said.
In 3 33 2 home runs, seven runs, bad of end.
Just the count is open to Yarborough, winds up and delivers ground ball to the second baseman.
Low has it, lobs it over to first in time, and there's out number 2 11 pitches in.
Ryan Yarbrough is to out with the bases empty, but he has given up a home run to Jose Altuve out in the left field.
Put it to the second row.
It looks like of seats in the left and oh my goodness, the Jets just released Levian Bell, Huh? I was just about thinking I was just thinking about trading firm and fantasy just because, like the guy who as him is ready to get rid of them for nothing.
Now here's Brightman at the plate, hitting 2 90.
You got some dual coverage here.
I'll go pitch by pitch in the talk Love bell in between Bregman one home run this postseason to our beds and it takes a pitch outside I wanna know sitting to 90 hitting really well Oh, my love.
Ian Bell released men.
He just got paid.
He hasn't been good, but releasing them that's with your backup quarterback in there.
They could really use them.
Kind of screwing over Joe Flacco.
Wanna know? Beautiful pitch at the bottom of the zone on the change up man, that is very surprising.
I mean, not not shocking, but definitely surprising.
I thought they were just gonna unload them for, like, 1/6 or something near the deadline, but they decide to get nothing back for them.
They could have got something back for him, but I guess there is one of them off the books.
They released him one and 12 Bregman the pitch high fly ball out to center field, back on the track, jumping and making the catch.
What? A play by Kevin Kier Meyer.
At the warning track, he reaches up and makes an incredible catch as he crashes into the wall.
Bregman got a good hold of that, but not good enough care.
It makes a beautiful left handed catch.
I don't think he's stolen home run there, but definitely an extra base hit.
Bregman gets robbed at the end of the inning, but the Houston Astros still get one on the home run from all tube after one.
It's one. Nothing.
Houston and Lead and Levy Humble, gone.
Okay, I'm gonna trade for him and fantasy right now.
Big ****s here in fantasy.
Uh all right, let's see what's going on.
First pitch of the inning from Mark I. D.
It's a little bit low and outside.
It's Wanna know.
Got through the first inning with ease.
Onley six pitches in the first ending and Diaz swings at one and flies it into right.
Kyle Tucker makes the easy catch and already one out your kite.
He had it really easy in that first inning and making it look easy again to start the second to pitch up at now.
Be Joey Wendell at the plate.
If I keep looking down.
I'm looking at, like stats and pitches and stuff on my phone.
In the postseason, he's hitting 2 73.
No home runs, no R B I s takes the first pitch.
A curveball that looked a little high, but it's a called strike Wong 11 The pitch is a curveball.
Oh, and two, Here's the pitch.
Fouled off left side.
Tried to blow 97 by him, but just left it a little too low.
Didn't get it high up.
Elevated enough for Wendell to swing through it.
He has the highest cap it of any running back in the league.
Oh, and to fourth pitch of the at bat toe.
Wendell here it ISS at balls grounded, left side, down the left field line.
It's a base hit.
It hits the cutout, bounces right back in.
Brantley plays it well, and it will only be a single for Wendell.
Brantley didn't play that as well.
That could have been extra basis for Wendell, but instead Brantley plays it well.
It's a single top of the second and one down window gets the first hit of the game for the Rays.
He's on first base.
I mean, they over shifted.
He had it right down.
The third base line would have been tough.
Tough play for Bregman, even if they were in shifting.
I mean, that was That was close and Wendell gets on with a single.
Now it's Manuel.
Margot was playing right field today and he takes a slider outside.
It is one to know.
Margot hitting 2 27 3 home runs.
Eight R B I's and obviously had the big play yesterday, flipping over the rail, making catch on the fly ball, one of the plays of the year, Definitely one of the defensive plays of the year.
Here's the 10 that pitch is grounded.
Left side, it's a base.
It it goes off the glove of Bregman, slowly rolling to the left fielder.
Brantley and Joey Wendell, who was hustling all the way through, gets to third base runners on the corners with one down here in the top of the second inning.
That ball went off of Bright Mons glove, either got a good chunk of it, and it really slowed down before it got to Brantley, which allowed Wendel to take third base.
He was thinking three the whole time, and he never slowed down there.
He was going all the way, and it was for sure. The right call.
C G man Choi in the dugout, loving it.
Manuel Margot on first base.
Joe, we Wendell on third, and all of a sudden the Rays have something.
Go on top of the second inning, one down runners on the corners with Kevin Kier Meyer, center fielder at the plate for the at bat, starts pick off attempt at first base.
Margot can run and wouldn't be surprising.
A run here, trying toe.
Eliminate the double play opportunity for Houston.
Pierre Meyer, mostly a defensive guy as we saw at the end of last inning, making the great catch in center fielder struggles with the bat as he takes first pitch on the outside corner.
Change up own one, but Pierre Meyer can come through not not terrible with the back, but definitely on the lower end of MLB players definitely in there for his glove.
We'll see if you can come through here, though, counters on.
One pitch change up outside.
Tampa Bay has been really good throughout this postseason.
but they're only hitting 1 82 with runners in scoring position, and I mean, if they could get that number up, he'll probably a World Series champions 11 pick off attempt at first base.
Margot is back safely with the head.
First slide Argo leading off first base and her kitty will once again check on him.
What am I talking about? Pictures outside.
The pick off attempt is unsuccessful 11 count with runners on the corners and one down in the top of the second inning for the Rays.
Houston is up one.
Nothing in Tampa Bay is looking to tie this one up, or maybe even take the lead here in this at bat.
Here's the pitch.
Myers two on one.
Kevin Kerr Mayer his postseason home run.
Four B I's It's only hit in 2 26 though in nine games played mainstay in that raise line up for a long time.
They play three on the right side, with Bregman playing pretty much a regular third base position.
Just in a little bit.
The count is two in one.
Here's the pitch, and it's on the outside corner.
Not sure if Cure Myers swung at that one, but it doesn't matter.
It was a called strike anyway.
84 miles an hour on the change to to count is two and two.
Big picture on before we see the pitch.
Another pick off attempts at first base, paying really close attention to Margo.
Can't blame him.
I would not be surprised him stealing here.
I definitely think we'll go if this count runs full.
Lefty cure Meyer in the boxes.
He awaits the 22 he takes.
That pitch just misses on the change up, and the count is now full of three and two.
Kevin Kerem are really putting together a nice I back here.
Would love to finish it off by getting a running, no matter how it happened.
Single double, triple home run, sac, fly, ground outfielders. Choice.
Her Coyote ready to deliver his 20th pitch off the outing.
The count is three and two.
The Rays are the road team really doesn't matter, and the pitch is swung on.
A missed making cure.
He's out in front of that change up would have been Strike three called care.
Mayer had to swing at it.
That changeup has ran away from and care Meyer making care.
Mayer look silly on that one.
Sorry if I'm like a weird angle camera right now.
Just kind of checking something on where I'm watching the game.
All right? Someone that's a big strikeout there.
Runner on third.
Less than one out, one out or less.
Excuse me and couldn't come through there.
And the batting average with runners in scoring pitching for the Rays gets even worse.
Now it is a Domus stepping into the box, and he takes the first pitch low away and in the dirt.
If you want to know that was a slider there, Don Best didn't even think about swinging that one.
It was way out of his own accounts. I want to know.
I would really be surprised if Margot did not take off it.
Some point here.
I mean, just toe maybe a hidden run situation or who knows, But I think you'd be pretty surprising if he wasn't able to take off here.
Want to know is a Dominus fouls it off 96 miles an hour on the fastball on the outside corner, and Domus really struggling offensively this postseason only hit in 1 15.
He's played in all 10 postseason games for the Rays, despite only hitting 1 15.
No home run to know.
One strike as a coyote checks at first base.
Rick Idea really has a good pick off move, keeping Margo close over our first base just because they're kind of pick off move.
So quick was checking on them so often, and time is called by a Domus who count is one and one.
The pitch download to change up two on one two on one with the Domus.
A fastball just a bit outside.
31 Now, with two outs and runners on the corners, 31 count to a Dominus, the pitch swing and a miss big swing and a miss on the fastball.
Domus swinging for the fences on that 31 count.
Now it's three or to two outs.
Margot will be on the move. Here.
On deck is Michael Perez.
He's playing left field.
It will be stepping into the box 32 the pitch fastball up and away.
Ball four and the inning continues.
Margo moves to second base.
Saddamists to first as Wendell remains on third, two outs, bases loaded.
Tampa Bay is down. Well, nothing.
They really have been, Um, sorry, guys.
They really have been struggling with runners in scoring position.
Michael Perez, the catcher.
I don't know why.
I said he's playing left field. The catcher.
He's two for five and three games this postseason.
He is the starting catcher, this game sitting 400 A home run, three ribbies.
In this career, the bases loaded these two for five with seven RBIs and two strikeouts.
Three on the right side first pitched a fastball in there.
I would want own one. The pitch.
Did he go on the check swing? He did.
That's big right there.
That was a fastball low and inside wasn't even close to the zone.
And now the count is own, too.
For as I sat on the bench a couple days and that's hard to do, sitting on the bench and trying to come out come through in a big spot for your team.
Perez sucking the know to count the pitch is a swing popped up in foul territory and it's gonna go out of play.
Nothing in the game tempo up to nothing in the Siris in the a o C s o to count with two down bases loaded here in the top of the second inning that raised looking.
Either tie this game or take the lead and times call before this. Next.
Oh, to pitch her coyote looking to get out of the jam, looking to deliver his 24th pitch of the inning.
Here's the pitch.
Swinging a mess on the change up Just what her Keeley needed.
The Rays threatened, but do not score or Keedy gets himself in and out of the jam middle of the second inning.
It is Houston one, Tampa Bay zero.
Still gonna try to trade for love.
Ian Bell Gosh is gonna take some effort here, Okay? Everything I said right over your your head.
Right over here City.
I couldn't even get a late round pick for not even like a six.
Nobody wants that cap ****ing I was thinking about trading for Bell anyway.
If he makes us come if right there at the end of the second quarter.
10 end of the third.
Tennessee and Buffalo, Tennessee is up 28 to 10 and digs as 17.
I'm up by 11 going into the fourth.
Oh, this'll is not comfortable, guys.
Not very comfortable.
Everything I said, right head your your Do you really You really want me dead? E sure if he comes back toe, I'm probably like I'm a 12 team week.
I'm I'm probably like a top three team.
My friends are like a bottom three team.
This would embarrassing is the best word.
Embarrassing the news.
I can't I can't lose this.
I'm three and one.
He's one and three and terrible like he is.
Michael Michael Thomas.
His team is the worst luck.
I mean, Marlon Mack.
Pretty much every story has gotten injured.
Yes, he does have digs, though, and D hop.
So once Thomas Comeback digs D hop Thomas.
Maybe you could turn around that, but not right now.
One of the account as Yarbrough.
His first pitch of the inning was a cutter outside.
Want to know the pitch in there? Strike on the cutter to the the first pitch of the inning was a changeup.
That one was a cutter.
Career has been on fire in the postseason, hitting 4 23 5 home runs, 13 ribbies.
On the changeup.
It's two on one.
Yeah, the count is two in one.
Korea in the box.
Here's the pitch.
That one is popped up.
It's Ah, hi, Pop.
Right, Margo Under it makes the catch bottom too.
There hitting in this half of the inning at Petco Park.
The MLB is going on here.
Petco Park, um, in San Diego for a game in between the Rays and the Astros.
Uh, Kyle Tucker, the right fielder at the plate.
He sent in 3 64.
No home runs. Four b.
I see the Astros air just hit up and down the lineup.
He's batting averages.
These numbers are just insane, as Yarbrough delivers one right down the middle for strike one on the sinker.
Yarbrough really doesn't throw more than 89 90 miles an hour, and that's on that.
That's on that sinker.
Want to know the pitch outside on the curb dude, it looks like I have these headphones in.
I don't know if you guys could see him in this shadow from them.
Makes it look like kind of like a double chin e.
Don't know if you guys notice that Wait.
It kind of does but 11 count, so I don't have a double chin.
It's just the headphones.
The pitch is another curveball, and once again, it's outside pretty much the same spot as the last pitch that missed 211 Kyle Tucker is hitting eight Street camps, two on one.
The pitch found a way Kyle Tucker couldn't catch up to that 90 mile an hour sinker.
I mean, you really don't expect 90 out of, uh, Yarbrough.
It's mostly that 84 85 mile an hour.
They played the over shifted three on the right side and Wendell playing shortstop.
Nobody in the third base spot.
The count is two and two.
Tucker standing in.
Here's the pitch inside on the sinker.
The count is three and two now, with one out here in the bottom of the second, Kyle Tucker, looking to get on base here.
In this three to full count, Yarborough gets a sign and delivers.
It's a curveball outside ball four.
He had him in a 22 count, but he could not execute.
Couldn't finish him off.
Tucker draws the ball, taking that curveball outside one.
Nothing or nothing.
Why am I saying these things? It is one nothing.
It's not what I was trying to say, man on first.
Yuli Gurriel, now at the plate, the starting first baseman for the Houston Astros, the big rowdy stands in and takes the first pitch a little bit inside that looked like a strike, but it's called Ball one.
It's one of the Gurriel has been struggling.
He's had only 1 43 with no homers and one R B so far in the postseason.
One of those to carry out Here's the pitch at one is fouled off, tripled left side and foul by the veteran Yuli Gurriel.
The count is one and one to Gurriel and pick off attempt.
Tucker is back easily, 11 from Yarbrough to Gurriel.
The pitch outside on the change up 80 miles an hour, it's two on one count is a two on one.
Yarborough has really slowed things down here, slowing the pace down and the pitches fouled down the left field line and maybe maybe a little bit out in front of that one, because that was hit while maybe sit back on it just a little more.
And you can tuck that thing inside the foul pole to to Here's the pitch swing and a miss on the change up.
Great change up there from Yarbrough.
He gets Gurriel swinging.
Now there's two down in the top of the second and beautiful changeup looks like it's going doing all the way.
Then it just stops, backs up and leaves Gurriel just diving right out over the plate and Ariel is retired.
Now it's Diaz at the plate limits.
Diaz first pitch to him, swinging the miss very similar pitch.
Thio, the one Gurriel just struck out on.
He swings through d F's d H ing on the day.
This is fifth game of the postseason.
He's three for 10 so far is 10.
A Bs counter on one pitches change up away.
Pretty much the same pitch is the last one, but Diaz was able to hold off it's 11 Diaz, 30 years old, born in Cuba, made his debut on April 5th, 2016.
So he's been around a little while now here with the Astros D H ing in the A L. C.
S 11 Here's the pitch and inside on the cutter I'm probably gonna do unless the top of the third is a long inning.
Takes a long time.
If it is, I'll just finish it up after that.
But if it isn't, I will go through the full third inning and then just finish up there.
Count is two and 12 dias pick off attempt to first base.
Who? Two and one count.
The pitch is a change up low on the ideas holds off three and one comes three and one with a man on first base looking for a fastball or cutter here from Yarborough's Diaz.
Look, just tee off on one swing and a miss takes a big AC at that cutter.
Now it's 32 two outs in the bottom of the second thing.
There's a man on first base.
He will be off full count, two outs, kind of three and two with Dustin Garneau, the catcher on deck DS in the box.
As Yarborough sets up and fires, that ball is hit out into right field.
It squirts through Ah, base hit Kyle Tucker will get to third base.
Is he was off on the pitch, running on the 3 to 2 outs.
Diaz comes through with a hit to out here in the bottom of the second inning.
There's runners on the corners with two outs Now.
Would be Garneau really struggled during the regular season? Hasn't done anything during the playoffs.
Let's see if you can come through here.
There will be a mound visit here, runners on the corners and the bottom of the second with two outs and Garneau at the plate.
This is a big, big at back here for both sides.
Houston can extend their lead.
That'd be big because they're pitching.
Hasn't been bad.
This Siri's and Tampa Bay gets out of it.
They leave it at a one run game.
Oh, unless the top of the third inning goes by pretty fast, the top of the third.
I'm gonna finish it up after that.
This is his first career playoff at bat, really only in the lineup because of his relationship with her Chi d He likes him as the first pitch is in there for a strike. One.
Oh, and one Garneau at six hits and 38 plate appearances this season.
So not very experienced.
Uh, but here he is a big situation for his first playoff. That back.
Here's the pitch that ball smacked down the left field line, but foul.
It's like he broke his bat on that one.
So I handed over to the bad boy.
Oh, and to now to down.
Then there was a change up their low.
I mean about ankle high.
Hit that off the end of the bat.
Just slapped it and couldn't keep affair.
Counter to Yarborough sets up.
Here's the pitch check swing.
On the breaking ball off speed pitch.
That was down in a way.
And the count is now one and two.
The double chin thing is happening.
Yeah, right there.
So I don't wanna have a double gin, man.
Count is at one and two.
The pitch strike three called on the outside corner. It's a cutter.
Garneau takes it and your borough strands a pair.
Both teams of two hits with the Astros have one run one. Nothing.
Houston is your bro gets out of trouble.
That's the end of the second inning.
So unless the top the third goodbye really fast.
I'm gonna finish up after.
See? Really want Look.
Keep Game three in the top of the third inning.
Excuse May of the A L.
C s and the Rays are back at the top of their order to the D H.
Austin Meadows popped up His first at bat.
Takes the first pitch.
It's curveball in there.
Okay, Takes the ball.
That's 11 Sorry, class.
I'm just tie this up.
The count is one and one.
The pitches popped up.
Shallow right field.
Correa out there on the shift and he makes the catch.
The shortstop Carlos Correa making the catch and shallow right field.
Yeah, Now it's a Rhodes Arena at the plate.
One out at the base is clear.
Here in the top of third.
This will be my last half inning here as the pictures taken high and inside ball one.
Not a terrible pitch there.
Just gotta check the fantasy, please.
Digs don't kill me.
Well, pitch on the outside corner is 11 Okay, I'm up by, like, 7.
5 minutes to go.
Just just finished a Tennessee.
You don't even get Buffalo the ball back.
No swing and a miss on the curveball.
And it's one and two.
12 Here's the pitch.
It's a fastball there.
Actually, it was close to me.
Had to back out two and two one out in the inning to to the count.
Here is the pitch that ball is ripped into left field That will one hop the wall and get in there for Randy arose.
Arena, He is in the second base.
He stays hot with a one out double on the top of the third inning, and Tampa has a runner in scoring position.
Okay, really not a terrible pitch.
They're not a great pitch.
Is a curveball down in the zone, but in the middle third into Rosa Rain and took advantage.
Hold up, UH, it Rose.
Arena takes his lead off second base as Brandon Low steps in the box low takes the first pitch inside on the fastball.
One out this season with runners in scoring position.
Brandon low hitting 2 50.
See if you can add to that to 50 average.
Here counts 10 here's the pitch.
Grounded right side, right at the second baseman.
That's actually Correa there, playing second base on this shift, he makes the throw to first in time.
Now top of the third inning man on third, two down.
Nothing DS at the plate, and that's a ball there that looks like a good pitch there, a curveball at the top of the zone.
But according to the umpire, it's Paul one.
Yandy Diaz at the plate.
He takes another ball, two or no on the slider there.
And now this season, two out runners in scoring position.
He's two for 10 to R.
And to account man on third, two outs.
Got to be looking for a fastball here to tee off on, see if he gets it.
20 here's the pit that ball swung on.
Hit pretty well out towards right, Tucker on the run.
He makes the routine play.
And once again, our kite gets out of trouble for the second straight inning.
One. Nothing, Houston. The middle of the third.
And guys that'll do from May.
Thank you so much for watching.
I really do appreciate it.