NFL Football 2018 Season Preview: NFC South
Johnny Giavotella has been hot of late with a. After a very slow start to the season Giavotella is batting. Albert Pujols has hits in nine of his past ten games with four of the games being multiple hit games. He has moved his average up to. Garrett Richards is on the year with an ERA of 3. He has pitched well over his past two starts by allowing three earned runs throwing a total of 17 innings and giving up just six hits. Jose Altuve leads the Astros with a batting average of.
He is having a good July by hitting. He is coming off a three hit game in the opener with the Angels on Tuesday.
Evan Gattis is putting up good power numbers for the Astros with a hitting average of. He has four multiple hit games over his past ten games. Luis Valbuena leads Houston with 19 homers on the year. He has driven in 40 RBIs but hits only. Valbuena is 0 for his past Colby Rasmus is going through a slump for the month of July with a batting average of. His average has fallen to. He has held seven of his past ten opponents to two earned runs or less in his starts.
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