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Oakland at Houston

Jul 23, 2014 at 10:05 PM ET
TEAMOVERALLHOMEAWAYRSRALAST 10STREAK
Oakland61-38 (1st)32-17 (2nd)29-21 (5th)487 (2nd)338 (2nd)5-5Lost 1
Houston42-58 (27th)21-28 (27th)21-30 (25th)387 (25th)472 (28th)6-4Won 2

Who's Hot

Oakland

Stephen Vogt (1B/C) .411 in last 56AB
Sonny Gray (SP) 2-0, 0.63 in last 14.1IP
John Jaso (DH/C) .400 in last 10AB
Scott Kazmir (SP) 1-0, 0.64 in last 14IP
Josh Donaldson (3B) .375 in last 8AB
Jesse Chavez (SP) 1-1, 2.31 in last 11.2IP
Yoenis Cespedes (LF) .353 in last 17AB

Houston

Chris Carter (DH/1B) .625 in last 8AB
Marwin Gonzalez (IF) .500 in last 12AB
Robbie Grossman (OF) .500 in last 8AB
Jose Altuve (2B) .455 in last 11AB
Matt Dominguez (3B) .400, 1HR in last 10AB

Who's Cold

Oakland

Coco Crisp (CF) .071 in last 14AB
Jason Hammel (SP) 0-2, 9.00 in last 7IP
Nick Punto (IF) .125 in last 8AB
Brandon Moss (RF/1B) .200 in last 10AB
Jed Lowrie (SS) .214 in last 14AB

Houston

Jon Singleton (1B) .087 in last 23AB
Jarred Cosart (SP) 1-1, 8.04 in last 15.2IP
Jason Castro (C) .000 in last 13AB
Scott Feldman (SP) 0-2, 7.30 in last 12.1IP
L.J. Hoes (OF) .154 in last 13AB
Dallas Keuchel (SP) 1-1, 6.48 in last 16.2IP
Enrique Hernandez (IF/OF) .200 in last 10AB
Brad Peacock (P) 1-2, 5.56 in last 11.1IP

Injuries

Oakland

Kyle Blanks (1B/OF) Left calf injury (15-day DL)
Alberto Callaspo (IF/DH) Right hamstring injury (15-day DL)
A.J. Griffin (SP) Right flexor strain (60-day DL)
Jarrod Parker (SP) Tommy John surgery (60-day DL)

Houston

Matt Albers (P) Right shoulder injury (15-day DL)
Jose Cisnero (P) Right elbow injury (60-day DL)
Jesse Crain (P) Biceps injury (60-day DL)
Dexter Fowler (CF) Right intercostal (15-day DL)
Collin McHugh (P) Right finger injury (15-day DL)
Alex Presley (OF) Strained right oblique muscle (15-day DL)
George Springer (RF/CF) Right knee injury (Day-to-day)

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