ANAHEIM -- Angels manager Mike Scioscia lost his challenge in the third inning on Wednesday, when umpires didn't have conclusive evidence to overturn a call on a bang-bang play at first base.
Astros outfielder Alex Presley hit a comeback that Jered Weaver fired to second for a force out, then was ruled safe at first by umpire Quinn Wolcott, avoiding the double play.
After going to replay, umpires ruled that the call would stand. The Astros, however, did not score that inning.
Scioscia is now 6-for-13 in challenges this season.
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