Like in Sunday's complete game against Seattle when he kicked a ball to first for an easy out.
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Since making his MLB debut in 2012 he has just 14 wins and 20 losses. Most of the pain came prior to this season though. This year he has been pretty darn good (rare for a Houston pitcher). Sunday's 4-1 win was his second shutout in three starts.
It would have been the third in a row, but he was pulled with one out remaining May 19 against the Angels.
So far this season he is 6-2 in 10 starts with an ERA of 2.55 (fifth best in the AL). If only the Astros were not on track for another 100 loss season that could be something to really be happy about.