• First pitch: Astros searching for first win against A’s

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 17, 2013
    Source: chron.com
    • Astros can’t hold off A’s, drop fourth straight

      OAKLAND, Calif. — Astros right fielder Rick Ankiel didn’t stop running until he dove. Josh Donaldson’s slicing shot didn’t stop flying until it hit the ground. A flying Ankiel came up empty with two outs in the bottom of the eighth. And the Astros
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    • First pitch: Astros still searching for first win against AL West-leading Athletics

      OAKLAND, Calif. - The Astros and Athletics have played four times this season. The A’s have won every game. And after Oakland’s 11-2 pounding of the Astros on Monday at the Coliseum, the winner has outscored the loser a combined 34-11. Righthander B
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    • Extra inning: Astros’ Clemens on dislocated finger, umpire chat; Bedard unable to throw strikes

      OAKLAND, Calif. - The shortest outing of Erik Bedard’s 10-year career resulted in the Astros lefthander acknowledging he couldn’t throw strikes Monday and reliever Paul Clemens jawing with an ump, dislocating his right pinky finger and apologizing f
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    • Bedard roughed up early as A’s continue dominance over Astros

      OAKLAND, Calif. — Astros lefthander Erik Bedard entered Monday’s game against the Athletics having yet to allow a run this season. His scoreboard perfection was quickly destroyed. Bedard took the mound at the Coliseum, then threw 35 pitches, walked fo
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