The Houston Astros rallied to beat the Oakland Athletics 10-5 in the opener of their AL Division Series on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
Astro’s shortstop Carlos Correa led the team as he homered twice in the game driving in four runs. Second baseman Jose Altuve also stepped up to the plate as he hit a go-ahead, two-run single during Houston’s four-run sixth inning. The 2017 MVP George Springer also had four hits for Houston on Monday.
Houston had 16 hits in all as the A’s ran through eight pitchers. The A’s started the game with a 3-0 lead but weren’t able to hang on. Houston is set to face Oakland in Game 2 on Tuesday.
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