Alex Bregman went 2 for 4 with one walk and had two put-outs at third base (1st & 2nd inning).
Alex’s first hit came in the first inning facing Mariners pitcher Ljay Newsome. With a 2-2 count, Alex singled on a ground ball to center fielder Kyle Lewis on a 91.8 MPH four-seam fastball.
In his next at-bat in the top 4th, Alex lined-out to shortstop J.P. Crawford on a 1-1 84.3 MPH changeup.
Facing Mariners pitcher Casey Sadler in the top 6th, Alex flew out to left fielder Jake Fraley on a 1-0 91.6 MPH Sinker.
In the top 7th, Alex faced Mariners pitcher Brandon Brennon catching the 1-2 fifth pitch (92.9 MPH Sinker) resulting in a sharp line drive to left fielder Jake Fraley, advancing Michael Brantley to 2nd.
The current postseason projections have the Astros as the sixth seed which would place them in a best-of-three Wild Card Series against the division-champion Oakland A’s.
The Roberto Clemente Award winner will be selected via a blue-ribbon panel that includes Commissioner Rob Manfred, representatives from MLB-affiliated networks (MLB Network, FOX Sports, ESPN, and TBS) and MLB.com, as well as Roberto’s children, Enrique, Luis, and Roberto Jr. Fans can vote for the Roberto Clemente Award via mlb.com/clemente21.