Astros and Giants: How it will go down, and when it will happen
On Tuesday, the Astros and the Giants were scheduled to meet at Coors Field.
They were scheduled for an afternoon game that afternoon, and then the Giants played a night game that night, but the Astros canceled their afternoon game because of Tropical Storm Harvey.
This left the Astros on their own, with no games scheduled for that afternoon and night.
That was the beginning of the end for the Astros, as the Giants had their game the next day at Yankee Stadium.
The Astros were scheduled on Tuesday night to play the Cardinals, who were hosting the Giants in their regular-season finale.
The Astros were on their way to the game when the weather turned, and they were forced to play it in the afternoon, just before dawn, because they were unable to get to a hotel.
Astros manager Jeff Banister was upset.
“We just didn’t want to put any extra strain on the guys and the club,” Banister said.
“The only thing we had left over was a couple hours before we had to leave, and we could have played in the morning and the night.
We just didn�t want to give those guys a chance to play.
And so we just didn.�The Astros lost, 4-1.
Giants pitcher Andrew Susac had a good outing in his first start for the Giants, and he ended up throwing two scoreless innings. “
We were still going to have a good chance of winning this game,” he said.
Giants pitcher Andrew Susac had a good outing in his first start for the Giants, and he ended up throwing two scoreless innings.
In the second inning, he was called for a throwing error that cost the Giants a run.
Susac made a diving catch and, after a two-run single, hit a ground ball into the right-field seats.
The home crowd erupted.
The crowd was also singing a different tune.
The Giants won the game, 4–3.