1. McHugh, Astros Shut Down Angels Again

    HOUSTON -- In the aftermath of his dismissal of manager Bo Porter, Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said his goal was to play spoiler down the stretch, an opportunity that is a ...

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  2. First-Place Angels Lose to Astros 4-1

    HOUSTON (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels followed four straight wins against one of the best teams in the American League by getting swept by one of the worst.....

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  3. Carter's 2 Homers Lead Astros over Angels 4-1

    HOUSTON -- Chris Carter homered twice and drove in three runs, Collin McHugh pitched into the eighth inning and the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-1 on Wednesday night...

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  4. Adam Dunn Will Rethink Retiring After the Season

    On Sunday, new Athletics slugger Adam Dunn told reporters that the 2014 season “was probably going to be it“. He had yet to play in a game with his new team...

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  5. Vogt Likely to Miss Time with Ankle Sprain

    OAKLAND – Stephen Vogt suffered a sprained left ankle in Wednesday's loss to Seattle , and it appears the A's first baseman will miss the start of this weekend's series against Houston ...

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  6. Seager, Hart Homer to Rally Mariners Past A's, 2-1

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- If the Seattle Mariners can get into the AL wild card game against Jon Lester and the Oakland Athletics , they'll be plenty confident with King Felix on the mound...

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  7. Stephen Vogt Left the Game with a Sprained Left Ankle.

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  8. Vogt Leaves Game with Apparent Foot Injury

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  9. Lineup: Freese Returns Tonight vs. Astros

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  10. Chavez's Value Not Lost on Contending Mariners

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  11. Felix Surpasses Big Unit in Mariners' History

    With 2 innings in the books today, Felix becomes only pitcher in # Mariners history with six 200-inning, 200-K seasons. Big Unit had five...

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  12. K's Are OK: Stanton, Trout Can Be Both MVPs and Free Swingers

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  13. Angels' Matt Shoemaker Matches Franchise Rookie Record with 14th Win

    Los Angeles Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker picked up his 14th victory of the season Sunday, tying the franchise rookie record for wins, per MLB Stat of the Day ...

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  14. A's Recall LHP Pomeranz and 1B Freiman from Single-a Beloit

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 16 days ago 15 reads 0 comments

  15. Former A's 1st Baseman Scott Hatteberg Talks Oakland Baseball

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 16 days ago 35 reads 0 comments

  16. Mariners Trying to Get Saunders Back

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  17. Oakland A's: Full Scouting Report on Each September Call-Up

    The Oakland A's have called up three players since the Sept. 1 roster expansion. The team has been scuffling as of late, but don't expect any of the recent call-ups to be the spark that rights the ship...

    Nick Houser Written by Nick Houser about 16 days ago 910 reads 2 comments

  18. Craig Biggio Could Be a Top Candidate for the Astros Job

    Marc Carig of Newsday notes — as some others have noted in the past two days — that Craig Biggio could be a top candidate to become the next Astros manager...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 16 days ago 345 reads 0 comments

  19. Baseball's Mitt Romney Strikes Again

    In the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, I profiled Houston Astros General Manager Jeff Luhnow, a former McKinsey consultant who found his way into baseball and is now trying ...

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  20. Gray Roughed Up for 6 ER, A's Fall at Home

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 16 days ago 32 reads 0 comments

  21. Angels' C.J. Wilson Is Hit Hard in 8-3 Loss to Astros

    The Angels are fully prepared to use a bullpen relay team to fill the rotation spot vacated by the injured Garrett Richards. They did not think they'd need a similar relief effort in the games C...

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  22. A's Late Rally Falls Short at Home in Loss

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  23. Astros Announce September Call-Ups

    HOUSTON, TX - The Houston Astros have added six players to the active Major League roster today. The club has recalled outfielder L.J. Hoes, catcher Max Stassi and infielder Jonathan Villar...

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  24. Paxton, Mariners Hold off A's Late 6-5

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- James Paxton pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning and the Seattle Mariners held off a late rally by Oakland for a 6-5 win Tuesday night, handing the Athletics their fifth loss in six games...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 16 days ago 105 reads 0 comments

  25. Mike Trout Tries to Hit Hole Through Minute Maid Park's Roof, Fails

    Mike Trout doesn't fail very often. After all, over the last three seasons, Trout is hitting .313/.403/.560 with 88 HR and 95 SB. But on Tuesday night, Trout got a small taste of failure...

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