Gold Glove center fielder Michael Bourn, who twisted his left ankle in the first inning of Saturday's loss to the Blue Jays, said he expects to be in the Astros' lineup for Sunday afternoon's series finale.
"We'll have the other guys ready, but we'll talk to him in the morning and see how he is," Houston manager Brad Mills said.
Bourn hurt the ankle while stepping awkwardly on third base after avoiding a grounder by Carlos Lee that went right in front of him. Bourn played the entire game and was 1-for-4 with two runs scored and made a terrific running catch in the sixth."When you have your adrenaline going, it's going to feel better," he said. "When it calms down is when you feel the soreness. It's not overly sore, but I can feel it."
Brian Bogusevic or Jason Michaels can play center field if Mills chooses to keep Bourn out of the lineup. Either Bogusevic or Michaels will be in left field Sunday, with Lee once again expected to start at designated hitter.
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