Astros lefthander Erik Bedard entered Monday’s game against the Athletics having yet to allow a run this season.

His scoreboard perfection was quickly destroyed.

Bedard took the mound at the Coliseum, then threw 35 pitches, walked four batters, tossed a wild pitch, gave up two hits and allowed six earned runs. The 34-year-old recorded it all in just 1/3 of an inning, was pulled from the game before before the first frame was even over, and his off night set the Astros up for a 11-2 defeat in an American League West matchup.

The Astros (4-9) lost their third consecutive contest, fell to 3-4 on their nine-game West Coast road trip and remained tied with the Los Angeles Angels for last place in the AL West.

Bedard’s ERA jumped from 0.00 to 7.04 in one game. He walked the first three batters he faced, gave up a two-RBI single to Brandon Moss, then was pulled after ex-Astro Nate Freiman rocketed a three-run home run into the left-field stands.

Astros rookie righthander Paul Clemens replaced Bedard, throwing 5 1/3 strong innings on short notice. Clemens, 25, didn’t allow a run and gave up just one hit while striking out three. He left the game after appearing to dislocate his right pinky finger on a comeback hit.