Notable

May 25, 1999

Astros: Houston completed a six-game road trip hitting .194 (39-for-201). It started the trip hitting .297 as a team and finished at .283. The Astros started the game leading the NL with 63 stolen bases and got three more last night, all in the fourth inning. Craig Biggio extended his hitting streak to 12 games.

Brewers: Milwaukee batted around in the first inning, the third consecutive inning it had done so. It scored five runs in the eighth inning and seven in the ninth in Sunday's 13-4 comeback victory over Montreal. The Brewers sent 30 batters to the plate and scored 16 runs in the three-inning span. Jeromy Burnitz was hit by a pitch for the league-high ninth time in the third inning.

Marlins: Entering the game, Florida was 0-25 when trailing after eight innings. Kevin Millar's homer was the seventh inside-the-park homer in team history.

Rockies: Larry Walker has hit safely in 27 of his 29 starts this season.

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