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Astros 11, Padres 1: White, Correa power Astros past Padres in Mexico

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Carlos Correa and Tyler White hit back-to-back home runs in Mexico.

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The Houston Astros and San Diego Padres made history on Saturday as the teams took part in the first game of the Mexico City Series at Estadio Fray Nano. The Astros were clicking on all cylinders in 11-1 win.

The game started as a pitchers' duel with Chris Devenski and Robbie Erlin. Devenski pitched 4 1/3 innings, allowing three hits along the way and striking out seven.

Erlin didn't get out as clean. Carlos Correa and Tyler White touched up the Padres starter for back-to-back home runs. Correa flipping a pitch to the opposite field over the right field fence.

Jake Marisnick added another run in the seventh, doubling home Tony Kemp. Marisnick moved to third on the throw home. Leo Heras scored Marisnick with a sacrifice fly.

The Astros would break the game open with seven runs in the eight inning -- all of which came with two outs. The inning was highlighted by a Danny Worth double that cleared the bases. The Astros would break the game open with seven runs in the eighth inning -- all of which came with two outs. The inning was highlighted by a Danny Worth double that cleared the bases.

Joe Sclafani was 2-for-2 with a runs scored in the game.