Lightning storm forces suspension of Astros-Twins game

Wednesday’s game between Houston and Minnesota was called off due to a electric storm that forced the action to stop in the top of the fourth inning, when the stars They had a 5-1 lead over the Twins.

Houston had moved ahead thanks to three RBIs by Jeremy Peña and a home run by José Altuve.

The teams will pick up where they left off this Thursday afternoon. They will play the final six innings before the final game of the series at Target Field, half an hour after Game 1 concludes.

Both clubs will be allowed to field a 27th player in the second game.

The Mexican José Urquidy will not be able to continue working in the match he opened. However, he gave a boost to the stars with three solid innings on the mound.

The right-hander allowed a double to Max Kepler and an RBI single to Jorge Polanco to trail in the first inning, but the stars they recovered before the opener of the Twins Chris Archer with two runs in the second and three in the third inning.

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