No Oriole would make it to third base until the eighth inning.
This season the Rockets had Ryan Anderson and that was pretty much it in terms of power forwards or small ball centers.
Mike Fiers started the game but would only last 4.2 innings after allowing 10 hits, one walk, and four earned runs.
The theme of the past two games is the Astros starter has held the Tigers to just one hit.
The Tigers first hit of the night would come with an out in the fourth inning when Miguel Cabrera hit an infield single.
Watson will easily be O’Brien’s most toolsy talent he’s had to work with since joining the Texans.
All season long Peacock has been a stud out of the bullpen, Monday night, he gave the Astros 4.1 innings of one-hit ball amply filling in for Keuchel.
Danny Salazar who had a 5.66 ERA coming into the game, would hold the Astros to three runs over 5.2 innings of work.
Clevinger would toss seven innings of two-hit ball while striking out eight.