Bregman went 0-for-4 in a 2-1 Houston loss to New York
By JAMES MORAN
Tiger Rag Associate Editor
Alex Bregman flirted with heroics in his Major League debut, but he instead settled for a spot on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays.
His second-inning stab of a chopped down the third base line and bullet throw across the diamond was good for No. 9 in the nightly countdown.
An error-free night at third base created energy in Minute Maid Park, despite the top prospect and former Tiger shortstop going 0-for-4 in a 2-1 Astros loss to the New York Yankees. He also started a 5-4-3 double play and assisted on five putouts from the hot corner.
We'd say @ABREG_1 is handling the transition to third just fine. https://t.co/hhqBLemC7B pic.twitter.com/NWRrBiBfA0
— Houston Astros (@astros) July 26, 2016
Bregman struck out twice—once in the ninth inning against Yankees closer Andrew Miller with the tying run on base—but nearly brought the roof down with his bases-loaded drive to deep right field in the sixth inning of a 1-1 ball game. Alas, it fell about three feet short and was caught on the warning track.
The Astros and Yankees will continue their three-game series tonight in Houston. The billboard used as the main image above was put up in four locations around the city by LSU to commemorate the former All-American’s debut.
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