Calhoun rare bright spot in Angels' loss to Astros

The Charlotte Observer
Calhoun rare bright spot in Angels' loss to Astros
Calhoun rare bright spot in Angels' loss to Astros

Calhoun rare bright spot in Angels' loss to Astros HOUSTON – On a night his teammates shut down with runners in scoring position and lost 5-4 to the Houston Astros, Angels outfielder Kole Calhoun stood out Friday at Minute Maid Park. Calhoun went four for four with two extra-base hits. He assembled his first four-hit game since Apr. 21, 2015, and slammed a lead-off home run in the eighth inning to bring the Angels within one run of a tie. The solo shot just barely got enough lift to fly over the right-center field fence. But Calhoun put a hard enough swing on the pitch from Houston's Hector Rondon that the ball jumped off the bat at 106.1 mph – the third-hardest hit ball of the night. The home

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