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2 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
HOUSTON The Marlins ' offense made the top halves of Friday's nine innings at Minute Maid Park torturous.
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LHP Dallas Keuchel vs. Brad Hand The Houston Astros and the Miami Marlins were joined at the hip for the past few seasons as the worst teams in baseball.
Jed Lowrie had three hits and drove in a run for the A's, who have the best record in baseball and are a season-best 25 games over .500.
Jeff Samardzija allowed just four hits over eight innings and Brandon Moss hit his third grand slam of the year as the A's beat the Houston Astros 13-1 on Thursday at the Coliseum.
RHP Scott Feldman vs. RHP Jeff Samardzija Well the Astros winning streak didn't last long against the A's, Brad Peacock made sure of that.
If Mike Gallego can't make it to next year's All-Star game Home Run Derby, Yoenis Cespedes might consider inviting Houston's Brad Peacock to throw to him if he elects to defend his title.
Yoenis Cespedes homered twice and tied a career high with five RBIs before leaving with an apparent right thumb injury, and the Oakland Athletics held off the Houston Astros 9-7 on Wednesday night.
Houston 0, Oakland 5 Oakland Bottom 2nd - - Stephen Vogt flied out to center to end the inning.
The hottest Astro in the month of July isn't Jose Altuve. Don't get me wrong. El Escorpion is still on fire.
As good as the A's have been, gaining ground on the Los Angeles Angels has proved to be quite problematic for them for nearly two weeks now.
In Astros pitcher Brad Peacock's last start, he lasted just 1/3 of an inning and faced five batters.
Houston 0, Oakland 0 Houston Top 2nd - - L.J. Hoes lined out to third to end the inning.
I haven't been this excited to write about something in quite a while. Though briefly touched on in today's mailbag, Joe Posnanski brings the strikeout rate thing into focus for me so clearly , without even intending to do so.
The Astros are set to player their 100th game of the season on Tuesday, and center fielder Dexter Fowler will miss his 20th game of his current stint on the disabled list.
It may have taken some time, but the Boston Red Sox are finally starting to resemble the team that won a World Series title last season.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 09:56 pm
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