Astros end road trip with sour taste as Yankees take series finale
Summary of 2 articles · Updated May 2, 2013
The Yankees took the series 2-1, and the Astros remained tied with Miami for the worst record in MLB. But this is what Astros manager Bo Porter saw at Yankee Stadium: His young club battled back from a 4-0 third-inning deficit; relievers Paul Clemens, Wesley Wright and Hector Ambriz picked up what starter Erik Bedard couldn’t finish; and the Astros were competitive late during the final two contests of a three-game series against the Yankees . Starters: Astros lefthander Erik Bedard gave up one run in the...
NEW YORK - Another Astros loss with another starting pitcher who couldn’t make it through five innings. A potential ninth-inning rally against Yankees closer Mariano Rivera killed by a line-out double play, which began when Brandon Barnes attempted a