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Lyles outduels Shields as Astros take series against Royals

Lyles outduels Shields as Astros take series against Royals

chron.com Updated May 22, 2013
The Astros don’t just appear to be playing better baseball. They are. A 3-1 victory against Kansas City on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park gave the Astros a series win versus the Royals and a 4-3 record in their last seven games. Righthander Jordan Lyles
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  • Astros report: Dominguez takes time off to rest quad

    Astros report: Dominguez takes time off to rest quad

    chron.com May 22, 2013
    Matt Dominguez spent about two weeks dealing with a tight left quadriceps. He played through the pain, which flared up when he ran at full speed. The Astros third baseman finally decided to tell the club about his tight quad after the injury didn’t heal
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  • No power necessary as Royals come back, end slide

    No power necessary as Royals come back, end slide

    MLB.com May 22, 2013
    The Royals strung together 13 singles to drive a late comeback and end a four-game losing streak as they defeated the Astros, 7-3, on Tuesday night.
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  • Video - Baseball Tonight Minute 01:38

    Baseball Tonight Minute

    May 22
    Baseball Tonight looks at the tough start to the season for the Miami Marlins and the Houston Astros.

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