Yuli Gurriel, Correa, and Gonzalez all had two hits each.
The Tigers first hit of the night would come with an out in the fourth inning when Miguel Cabrera hit an infield single.
In the fifth, the Astros would add to the score with Correa driving in George Springer who doubled to lead off the inning.
The offense had chances against Angels starter JC Ramirez who gave up eight hits and two walks over his six innings, the Astros just couldn’t break through.
While Lance McCullers wouldn’t be in line for the win, he’d give the team enough until the offense kicked in.
The Astros offense would fight back putting up two runs in the fourth, sixth and eighth innings but six runs just wouldn’t be enough Wednesday night.
In the ninth with Devenski still pitching and looking for his first save of the season, Mike Trout opened up the inning with a solo homer to make it a 2-1 game.