The Astros fell to the Red Sox in game two of the ALCS by a score of 7-5 as the series is now tied, 1-1.
George Springer hit a two RBI double to tie the game at two in the top of the second inning. The following inning, Marwin Gonzalez hit a two-run blast over the green monster to put Houston ahead, 4-2. However, Jackie Bradley Jr came up in the bottom of the third and hit a go-ahead, three-fun double for the Red Sox that was the turning point in the game.
Boston added an insurance run in the seventh and eighth inning to extend their lead, 7-4. Jose Altuve knocked in Springer with an RBI single in the ninth to cut into the lead but it was not enough.
The ALCS shifts to Houston for the next three games with game three of the series beginning on Tuesday from Minute Maid Park.