With Houston trailing, 3-2, Biggio doubled to right field to plate
. Pinch hitter
, who went to third on the hit, scored on a wild pitch by B.J. Ryan to give the Astros a 4-3 lead.
Zaun, another pinch hitter, followed with a single to bring home Biggio.
"We've been able to get big hits late in the game," Biggio said. "We're getting contributions from everyone right now."
Ryan came on in relief of starter
(1-3), who lasted 6 1/3 innings. The veteran righthander allowed five runs and seven hits with three walks and no strikeouts.
"I just tried to do too much with one pitch," Ryan said of his wild pitch. "I overthrew it. It just got away from me. I feel bad because Pat had battled for six-plus innings."
The Orioles managed just one hit in the first five innings against Astros starter
(4-6). The righthander gained his third win in four starts, allowing three runs and four hits in seven innings. He walked two and struck out eight.
"I think I had a bit of an advantage because they hadn't seen be before and they didn't know my tendencies," Miller said. "I got them to swing at some breaking balls out of the strike zone."
put two runners aboard with one out in the eighth, Astros closer
came to get the final four outs for his 16th save. Wagner did surrender a solo homer to
in the ninth.
had a three-run double for the Orioles, who have lost consecutive games for the first time since May 18-20.
Gibbons' double in the sixth inning gave the Orioles a 3-2 lead.
opened the scoring for the Astros with a two-run homer in the second.
"The bottom of our lineup came through tonight," Astros manager
said. "Vizcaino got the two-run homer and Ausmus got a couple of big hits for us."
The Astros have won three straight games and five of six.