HOUSTON -- The Houston Astros overcame a dominate outing by Chris Sale by taking advantage of a pair of defensive miscues that helped them to a 2-1 win over the Chicago White Sox on Friday night. Erik Bedard pitched six solid innings, and Jose Altuve hit a go-ahead RBI single to help the Astros to the victory. Alexei Ramirez committed two errors in the fifth inning to help the Astros take the lead. The errors ruined a great outing by Sale (5-5), who allowed five hits and no earned runs with a season-high 14 strikeouts in eight innings. Sale had retired 11 of 12 before Ronny Cedeno reached with no outs in the fifth on the first error by Ramirez. Cedeno advanced to second on a wild pitch by Sale with two outs before Trevor Crowe drew a walk. The second error by Ramirez came when he badly overthrew second base on a force play, which allowed Brandon Barnes to reach, Crowe to move to third, and Cedeno to score. Houston took a 2-1 lead when Altuve singled on a sharp grounder that scored Crowe. "That is what you call straight effort baseball," Houston manager Bo Porter said. "Guys just legging out infield hits and giving it everything they have hustling on the bases. Just an all-around tremendous job against one of the more dominant pitchers in our league." Barnes raved about Sale and was glad the Astros were able to pounce on Chicago after the errors. "When a guy is in scoring position, thats when youve really got to lock in and try to make something happen," Barnes said. "We put some balls in play in the right spots, and thats when things happened." White Sox manager Robin Ventura was disappointed that his team wasnt able to help back up Sales performance. "Its obviously frustrating to lose when you get a pitching performance like that," Ventura said. "Chris threw great. They just had an inning where they scored a couple runs and never hit the ball out of the infield. Its a tough one as far as the way he pitched, and you want to get better." Bedard (2-3) yielded three hits and one run with six strikeouts to bounce back from his previous outing when he allowed six runs in 4 2-3 innings. Jose Cisnero and Travis Blackley combined to pitch two scoreless innings before Jose Veras threw a scoreless ninth for his 12th save. Sale was pitching on extra rest after he was scheduled to start Chicagos game against Toronto on Wednesday, which was postponed due to bad weather. He took a third straight loss despite coming just one strikeout shy of his career best of 15. Ramirez didnt speak to reporters after the game, but was visibly distraught when the group entered the clubhouse. He remained in his uniform, sitting motionless at his locker with his head buried in his hands. Sale called Ramirez "one of the best" after the game and said no one can be perfect all the time. "I went over there and tapped him on the shoulder and said: Hey, youre still the best. Stuff happens. Derek Jeter makes errors. Things happen to great players sometimes," Sale said. The White Sox, who entered the game having won three of four, continued to struggle on the road and have dropped 10 of 11 away from Chicago. They have been outscored 62-34 in that span. Paul Konerko doubled to start the fourth inning and advanced to third on a passed ball by Carlos Corporan. The White Sox took a 1-0 lead when Konerko scored on a sacrifice fly by Adam Dunn. Casper Wells walked to start the fifth inning and got to third on a single by Ramirez with two outs. The White Sox came up empty when Bedard struck out Alex Rios to end the inning. Bedard got into trouble in the second when he loaded the bases on a single by Wells with two outs, but he escaped the jam by striking out Tyler Flowers. Before his tough fifth inning, Ramirez robbed Chris Carter of a hit when he made a leaping catch on a sharp liner to end the fourth. NOTES: The White Sox are scheduled to start left-handers in each of the four games of this series. It will be the first time Houston has faced four straight left-handers since September 2002 when they faced two from the Dodgers followed by two against Colorado, according to information provided by the Astros from the Elias Sports Bureau. ... The series will continue on Saturday when Houstons Lucas Harrell opposes John Danks. ... OF Alejandro De Aza was out of the lineup on Friday because of a stomach problem. Ventura said he was sent to a hospital in Houston to be checked out. "Theres nothing major ... going on," Ventura said. "I dont know what it is. I just know he wouldnt be able to start tonight."... Houston OF Justin Maxwell, on the disabled list with a broken bone in his left hand, is on a rehabilitation assignment with Triple-A Oklahoma City. Porter said there is no timetable for his return to the team. ... Houston signed four picks from this years draft on Friday. 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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marshall Newhouse lost his starting job as the New York Giants right tackle because of a calf injury.Another calf injury got the 28-year-old back in the lineup, but not where he expected.Newhouse got his first substantial playing time since the second week of the season on Sunday when he took over for the injured Brett Jones and played left guard for more than three quarters in the Giants 21-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.It was the first time he played guard since the 2013 season, when injuries on the Green Bay Packers line forced him to switch from tackle.I went in there and just stunk up the joint, Newhouse said Wednesday, recalling his last outing at guard. I wasnt ready for that. I had not taken any reps and was not prepared mentally for that. It was a different time in my career.The last time he played guard before that was at Lake Highlands High School in Dallas.His performance Sunday was a lot better as the Giants (6-3) rushed for a season-high 122 yards in winning their fourth straight game.With Jones still limited and regular left guard Justin Pugh expected to be sidelined a couple more weeks with a strained knee, Newhouse seemingly will be the left guard when New York hosts Chicago (2-7) on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.Newhouse, who has played tackle most of his football career, said the difference between playing guard and tackle is huge. The way a player uses his hands, feet and hips on plays are totally different. The sets are different, as are the players who line up next to you.Playing right tackle, Newhouse had guard John Jerry on his left and either space or a tight end on his right. At left guard, the seven-year veteran has tackle Ereck Flowers on his left and center Weston Richburg on his right.I have taken mental reps before, but as far as taking consistent preparation reps, this is new for me, he said. I am just trying to attack it and stay aggressive and try and have fun with it.Jones was hurt on the opening series and Newhouse took over on the second series.ddddddddddddHe was playing against someone he had never faced -- Bengals tackle Geno Atkins, one of the NFLs best.I felt like I held my own, said Newhouse, who missed five games with the calf injury and only returned the previous week against Philadelphia. I felt encouraged. There is a lot of stuff detail-wise that I will get better at, and stuff that I just need reps at. But I came away very encouraged.Newhouse said he knew all his assignments in the game, but his muscle memory was not all there.On most teams, starters who are injured usually get their job back when they are healthy again. The Giants opted to let second-year lineman Bobby Hart keep the right tackle job after he did well in Newhouses absence.Chicago outside linebacker Pernell McPhee created some bulletin board material for the Giants, saying the Bears are gonna tear them up and sack Eli Manning this weekend.The Giants have allowed just 13 sacks, including 12 on Manning. The Bears defense ranks 11th overall and is tied for eighth in sacks with 24. McPhee has two sacks in three games after starting the season on the physically unable to perform list following offseason knee surgery.There is a difference between doing that pregame and then finding out what happens in the game, Newhouse said.Game notes Jones (calf), G Adam Gettis (calf), WR Dwayne Harris (toe) and Pugh did not practice. WR Victor Cruz (ankle) and RB Orleans Darkwa (leg) were limited. Cruz and Pugh did not play last week. ... Coach Ben McAdoo on young players: Its like the Dow, its development. Its not always going to go up. 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