Minute Maid Park
This time last week, the Astros were coming up big in the clutch in every game it seemed, in the midst of a season-best four game winning streak. Now it seems they can’t buy a big hit to save their lives.
The Astros look to end a three-game losing skid as they open their longest homestand of the season at Minute Maid Park.
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The Astros hope a return to the familiar confines of Minute Maid Park can turn their fortunes around as they open a six game homestand.