Astros Vs. Giants Final Score: Houston Falls 3-2 In Extra Innings

A ninth inning rally goes for naught as the Houston Astros fall 3-2 in 12 innings to the San Francisco Giants. Houston entered the ninth trailing 2-0 but rallied to tie the game and send it to extra innings.

Justin Maxwell's two-out double in the ninth cut the Giants' lead to 2-1. Chris Snyder then struck out but a wild pitch and subsequent throwing error from Hector Sanchez allowed Maxwell to score and tie the game. Sanchez went from goat to hero in the 12th when his walk-off single off of closer Brett Myers gave San Francisco the win.

Maxwell had the only extra base hit and the only RBI for Houston on the night. Sanchez finished 4 for 6 for the Giants and drove in two. Melky Cabrera also finished with two hits on the night.

Jeremy Affeldt gets the win after retiring a single batter in the 12th. Brett Myers takes the loss after he didn't retire a single batter in the 12th giving up three singles. Tim Lincecum delivered a strong performance for the Giants throwing eight shutout innings while allowing five hits and striking out 11.

Read more on the Astros over at The Crawfish Boxes and also SB Nation Houston. For the Giants fans' perspective, go check out McCovey Chronicles and SB Nation Bay Area.Baseball Nation is your source for news and analysis around Major League Baseball.

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