Astros game delayed due to medical issue in dugout

A medical issue in the Astros’ dugout caused Tuesday night’s game to be delayed before the sixth inning began.

HOUSTON — The Houston Astros game was delayed on Tuesday due to a medical issue in the home dugout, according to the team’s TV broadcast team.

It’s unclear what happened, but according to the broadcast team, a “non-uniformed staff member” required medical attention from the team’s training staff before the sixth inning started. They said the issue wasn’t life-threatening.

Houston was up 7-2 at the time.

After about 7 minutes, the game resumed.

It wasn’t the only medical issue of the night. Astros starting pitcher Spencer Arrighetti left the game after three innings. In the top of the third inning, he got hit in the calf with a line drive. He stayed in the game to finish the inning but didn’t go back out in the fourth.

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