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Astros 8, A's 1

Astros 8, A's 1

HOUSTON — The Astros' Dallas Keuchel pitched his fourth complete game of the season, tying the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw for most in the majors. The Astros took two of three from the AL West leaders. Robbie Grossman, a late addition for the ill Chris Carter, hit a two-run homer to cap Houston's six-run first. Jason Hammel, chased by Jonathan Singleton's two-run homer in the fifth, fell to 0-4 with a 9.53 ERA in four starts since being acquired with Jeff Samardzija. With the Cubs, he was 8-5 with a 2.98 ERA.

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