The Houston Astros debut in the World Series did not start with a win but the Astros had plenty of fight in them Saturday night.
Game two Sunday evening, Houston hoping to rebound and tie the series.
It was a rainy night in Chicago.
In the top of the second, first pitch of the inning, Houston's Morgan Ensberg rips one over the fence in left field. Astros lead it 1-0.
In the bottom of the second, two on for the Chicago's Joe Crede single scored a run.
Tied at 1-1.
Next batter, Juan Uribe hits a pop fly but Craig Biggio could not hang on in the drizzle. Another runner scores.
White Sox go up 2-1.
In the top of the fifth, tied 2-2, with two on for Lance Berkman, who doubles down the line to bring in two runs.
Houston goes up 4-2.
In the bottom of the seventh White Sox Paul Konerko hit a grand slam, putting Chicago up 6-4.
Houston scored two runs in the top of the ninth to tie things up.
However in the bottom of the ninth, Scott Podsednik hit a solo shot center field.
Chicago wins, 7-6.
The White Sox now lead the series 2-0. Game three will be played Tuesday night in Houston.
Maya Golden reporting, email@example.com