Astros Vs. Reds: Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The Houston Astros will attempt to win their first series in almost a month when they face the Cincinnati Reds in the rubber match of a three-game set Sunday afternoon. The Astros scored three in the ninth inning of Friday night's game off Cincinnati closer Aroldis Chapman to steal a two-run win, then dropped last night's game 5-1.

The Astros will send Edgar Gonzalez to the mound Sunday afternoon. Earlier this week, Gonzalez made his first major league start since 2008 in a 5-1 win over Pittsburgh, giving up just one earned run in 5 1/3 innings of work. The Astros last won a three-game series Aug. 10-12, when they took two of three from Milwaukee.

Cincinnati will rely on Cy Young candidate Johnny Cueto, who enters the game 17-7 on the year with a 2.58 ERA. This will be Cueto's first start against Houston since April 28, when he threw seven scoreless innings in a 6-0 Reds win.

First pitch is scheduled for 12:10 p.m. CT. Television coverage is available on Fox Sports Houston, with the radio broadcast on KTRH 740 and KLAT 1010.

For more news and commentary on the Astros, visit The Crawfish Boxes. Check out Red Reporter for more on the Reds. Get all your MLB news from Baseball Nation, as well as the SB Nation YouTube channel:

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