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2018 Schedule
64-35, 1st in AL West
Verlander K's 12 in rough outing (0:27)
Tigers tag Verlander for 4 home runs (1:14)
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22h

Fulmer frustrated by ump: 'Guy was god-awful'

Tigers starter Michael Fulmer voiced his displeasure with plate umpire Pat Hoberg's strike zone following Detroit's 9-1 loss to Houston on Saturday, saying, "It was a bad day for him and for me. "

Reddick and Gattis tack on solo homers in the fifth (0:50)
2d

Keuchel, Bregman lead Astros over Tigers 3-0

Dallas Keuchel pitched six strong innings, three relievers completed the seven-hitter and Alex Bregman provided the offense by setting a career high with his 20th homer to give the Houston Astros a 3-0 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.

Bregman's dinger sparks Houston early (0:19)
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2d

Chapman out of ASG to rest knee; Morton in

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman will skip the All-Star Game to rest and recover from knee tendinitis, and Astros right-hander Charlie Morton will take his place.

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3d

Correa (back) targets return after All-Star break

Carlos Correa will need a rehab assignment before coming off the DL after the All-Star break. The Astros shortstop hasn't played since June 26 because of back stiffness.

3d

BBTN: Trade Market Bluffers? HR Derby Field, Power 10

Buster talks to Keith Law (:21) & Boog Sciambi (27:57) about teams potentially bluffing in the trade market, Houston's bullpen issues and more. Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (24:54) and the Power 10 rankings (41:08).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

HR Derby Participants Announced: Bryce Harper Freddie Freeman Jesús Aguilar Javier Báez Alex Bregman Rhys Hoskins Max Muncy Kyle Schwarber

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4d

Astros send Giles to minors after meltdown

The Astros sent struggling closer Ken Giles to the minors on Wednesday. Manager A.J. Hinch said the move was about Giles' performance, and not the fact he appeared to curse Hinch after being removed from Tuesday's game.

5d

Astros beat A's 6-5 on bizarre play in 11th inning

Alex Bregman homered twice and his tapper just in front of the plate in the 11th inning led to a bizarre play that ended the game, as catcher Jonathan Lucroy's throwing error handed the Houston Astros a 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Crazy finish in Houston. After Stephen Piscotty had homered to give the A's the lead in the top of the 11th, the Astros tied it and then won it on Alex Bregman's dribbler in front of the plate when Jonathan Lucroy throw to first base glanced off Bregman's helmet, allowing the winning run to score (upheld after a long review).

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Be afraid, Seattle Mariners, be afraid. The Oakland A's are sizzling, winners of 17 of 21 now after blanking the Astros 2-0 behind Frankie Montas, Lou Trivino and Blake Treinen. Montas matched zeros with Gerrit Cole and averaged 96.6 mph with his fastball as he looks like a potential rotation weapon in the second half. The Houston bullpen then allowed two late runs..

6d

Montas, Piscotty help A's blank Astros 2-0

Frankie Montas and two relievers combined for a five-hitter, Stephen Piscotty homered and hit an RBI single and the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros 2-0 on Monday night.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average2.921st
Quality Starts651st
WHIP1.061st
BAA.2101st
Runs4972nd
Batting Average.2623rd
On Base Percentage.3354th
Slugging Percentage.4364th