(AP) -- The last time the Houston Astros dropped a road series, they were closing out yet another miserable season.
The AL's top team can keep that streak going and improve upon the majors' best road record Wednesday with a victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
The Astros (30-17) bounced back from a series-opening loss against Baltimore (20-23) to win 4-1 on Tuesday, going to 15-7 on the road. They won their first four series away from home before splitting four-game sets this month against the Los Angeles Angels and Detroit. They haven't lost a road series since falling in three games to the New York Mets from Sept. 26-28 to finish a 70-win season, their sixth straight under .500.