A two-run George Springer homeroom definitely put the Houston Astros ahead, who beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 to avoid elimination on Wednesday in San Diego.
The Rays still lead 3-1 in this American League championship series.
Springer hit his first long ball of the playoffs in the fifth inning, being preceded at home by Martin Maldonado. He thus broke the tie from 2 to 2.
Jose Altuve had produced the first two points of the game with a solo homerun in the opening face-off and a double in the third round at bat, but Randy Arozarena however sent a ball into the stands in the fourth to bring the two teams back on. an equal footing.
Zack Greinke allowed two runs, five hits and one walk while striking out seven opponents in six innings of work to earn the win. Ryan Pressly made the last three strikeouts of the game to succeed in the rescue, not without having conceded a point.
The fifth part will take place Thursday at the end of the afternoon.