When the Angels’ series finale against Houston began at 12:36 p.m. Sunday, the Orange County sky was still gloomy, the sun not yet out.
By the time it ended, the sun had come out, lit up the field, and started its fade away. The lights were on at Angel Stadium as the Angels lost, 8-6, to the Astros in 4 hours 57 minutes, another difficult defeat to take for a club that has suffered so many this season.
Reliever Mike Morin tried to throw his signature changeup to pinch-hitter Carlos Correa, and Correa launched it to left field for a decisive three-run home run in the 13th inning.
"It was an opportune time for them...