ASTROS LOSE THE SERIES

Astros daily report presented by APG&E: 3 hits from the 13-9 loss

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After splitting the doubleheader on Tuesday, the Astros were looking for another series win on Wednesday with Wade Miley taking the hill. Here's how the game played out.

Final Score: White Sox 13, Astros 9.

Record: 78-43, first in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Alex Colome (4-2, 2.30 ERA).

Losing pitcher: Ryan Pressly (2-3, 2.66 ERA).

Tough day for Wade Miley

Miley struggled against the White Sox giving up 7 runs (three earned) in only 3.1 innings pitched.

Altuve ties the game

The Astros chipped away at the White Sox and were able to tie the game in the eighth inning after a two-run homer from Jose Altuve which tied the game at 9-9.

James McCann's grand slam off Ryan Pressly puts the game out of reach

The White Sox quickly took the lead back after McCann's grand slam in the bottom of the eighth giving Chicago a 13-9 lead.

Up Next: The Astros head to Oakland to begin a four game series against the A's on Thursday at 9:07 PM Central. Aaron Sanchez (5-14, 5.60 ERA) will be on the mound to try to build on his recent success for Houston while the A's will counter with former Astro Mike Fiers (11-3, 3.30 ERA).

The Astros daily report is presented by APG&E.

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