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2017 Schedule
50-25, 1st in AL West
10h

Mariners roll to 6th straight win, 13-3 over Astros

Felix Hernandez pitched six solid innings in his first start in nearly two months and was backed by home runs from Mike Zunino, Ben Gamel and Kyle Seager in the Seattle Mariners' 13-3 win over the Houston Astros on Friday night.

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Mariners first-base coach takes a tumble (0:30)
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Zunino sends no-doubter to left field (0:20)
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The Astros have had themselves a dominant 2017 (1:34)
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Springer exits game after being hit by pitch (0:43)
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Marisnick hits towering homer (0:27)
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Gonzalez breaks game open with 3-run homer (0:29)
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George Springer (hand) deemed day-to-day

Astros outfielder and leadoff man George Springer is day-to-day after leaving Thursday's game in the first inning with a left hand contusion, the team announced. A pitch from A's righty Jesse Hahn grazed Springer's shoulder before hitting his hand.

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Trade-deadline shopping lists: Astros' need is clear

The Astros seem to have only a few first-world problems looming on the horizon, but adding pitching depth continues to be in focus. Houston has the prospects to target the big names out there.

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BBTN: Hinch On Strategy Of The Shift

Astros manager A.J. Hinch talks to Jessica Mendoza about the style of Houston's shift strategy, what makes it so successful, adjustments for specific players and more.

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Springer is Astros' springboard

Houston CF George Springer hit his eighth leadoff homer of the season during Tuesday's 8-4 win vs. the A's, tying his total from 2016. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only other players in MLB history with more than one season with at least eight leadoff home runs were Alfonso Soriano (2002–03, 2006–07), Rickey Henderson (1986, 1993) and Hanley Ramirez (2007–08).

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BBTN: Judge's Derby Fate, Lack Of SD Retaliation

Buster Olney and Tim Kurkjian discuss Aaron Judge's comments about the HR Derby, Cody Bellinger's amazing streak and more. Plus, Jessica Mendoza on the Astros' young hitters and Roch Kubatko on the floundering Orioles.

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Hosmer takes the lead at first

The Royals' Eric Hosmer has leaped the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera and the A's Yonder Alonso for most 1B votes in the latest AL All-Star update. If the lead holds up, Hosmer would be the third Royal to earn consecutive fan elections, joining George Brett and Salvador Perez.

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Keuchel making progress

The Houston Chronicle reports LHP Dallas Keuchel played catch Monday for the first time since going on the disabled list on June 7 with neck discomfort. The former Cy Young winner was 9-0 with an MLB-best 1.67 ERA at the time of his placement on the DL.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Adams has done a great job filling in for Freddie Freeman in Atlanta (slugging .658 with the Braves), but once Freeman returns there may not be room for him. With today's pitcher-heavy rosters, it's hard to carry a 1B-only bench player. How about a trade to the Astros, where Carlos Beltran hasn't been that good, or the Royals, who could use a DH?

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Monday's longest home runs

Eric Hosmer led the way with his second-longest homer of the year. Meanwhile, Houston's Jake Marisnick made the top five for the second consecutive day.

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Altuve: 'Esta era la meta, tener el equipo que tenemos, veteranos con jóvenes' (1:56)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4111st
Batting Average.2801st
On Base Percentage.3462nd
Slugging Percentage.4811st
Earned Run Average3.824th
Quality Starts32Tied-14th
WHIP1.212nd
BAA.2322nd

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