Houston vs Detroit Predictions
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Houston Astros (73% consensus). The Houston Astros take aim at their second straight series sweep and an eighth consecutive win overall when they finish a three-game set at the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday. Behind another big night for leadoff hitter George Springer, who had an inside-the-park home run and scored three times, the Astros rolled to an 11-4 win Tuesday night after taking the series opener 8-1... http://bit.ly/2JesIsW
Betting Prediction for Houston Astros vs Detroit Tigers on May 15, 2019, 7:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Houston will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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The Crawfish Boxes: Astros skate to eighth straight win, tame Tigers, 5-1
The Houston Astros have scored a lot of runs in the month of May. They didn't need much Wednesday night.
Justin Verlander tossed seven innings of one-run, two-hit ball against his former club and the Astros extended their winning streak to eight games with a 5-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Although the Astros put up fewer than eight runs for the first time in five games, the offensive fireworks began early yet again. Alex Bregman blasted a home run two batters in to give the Astros a 1-0 lead. The longball was Bregman's ninth of May and 14th of the season in just 42 games.
Bless You Boys: Astros 11, Tigers 4: Houston batters Ryan Carpenter, Tigers bullpen in another blowout
The Tigers were in for a rough one early Tuesday evening, and dropped a second straight contest against the Houston Astros, this one by an 11-4 score.
Starter Ryan Carpenter immediately got into trouble, surrendering a walk and a single before Carlos Correa parked a 437-foot bomb into dead center field to put the Astros up 3-0 early. The second inning was much of the same, as Carpenter surrounded back to back singles to Josh Reddick and George Springer before walking Alex Bregman and allowing a a single to Michael Brantley that was deep enough into right to score two, stretching the Astros' lead to 5-0.