There was a “here we go again” moment in the top of the second inning last night for Red Sox right-hander Allen Webster.

After breezing through the first inning on 10 pitches, appearing confident and in command through the quick frame, he returned to the mound the next inning and looked jittery like the rookie who has been on display at times in his young career.

Webster walked the first two Houston batters in the second. He missed the strike zone with nine of his first 10 pitches.

A mixed bag might be the best way to describe Webster’s outing. At the end of the day, however, he was credited with the win after allowing four runs (three earned) over six innings during a 9-4 Red Sox win against the Astros at Fenway.

“Every outing I learn something new each time,” he said. “Going out there now, I’m just watching the key points when I do miss it and being able to recognize those as soon as possible.”