Washington put up seven runs in the first, all charged to rookie Dakota Hudson, who lasted all of 15 pitches.
Cole went seven innings to win his 19th straight decision despite walking five batters for the second time in his career.
Schilling helped the Arizona Diamondbacks to its only World Series championship in 2001.
Stephen Strasburg struck out 12 batters and finishing off each one with an off-speed pitch.
Las Vegas Ballpark is hosting a clinic to teach kids and teens about baseball.
The fast-food chain’s “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” promotion will allow bettors in three states to wager real money on which baseball player they believe will steal the first base of the World Series, which kicks off Oct. 22.
Gerrit Cole, who is 18-0 in his last 24 starts and led the majors in strikeouts, starts for the Astros against Luis Severino in Game 3.
Gleyber Torres, 22, became the youngest AL player to drive in five runs during a postseason game.
Max Scherzer, a St. Louis native who played college ball for the University of Missouri, struck out 11 and walked two in seven innings.
Houston furniture store owner Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale won more than $600,000 on money line bets placed on his hometown Astros in the American League Division Series.