Richards won his sixth decision in seven starts and had a career-high 11 strikeouts Sunday, leading the surging Angels to a 6-1 victory over the Houston Astros and completing a four-game sweep that extended Los Angeles' home winning streak to 10 games. Angels righthander Garrett Richards set a career high with 11 strikeouts while dominating the Astros for a 6-1 victory to complete the four-game sweep before a crowd of 33,552. But when the pitchers and reserves for the AL All-Star team were announced after the game, Richards' name wasn't among them. After three straight comeback wins against the Astros, the Angels sealed a four-game series sweep with a breezy 6-1 victory, winning their 10th straight game at Angel Stadium their longest home winning streak since 1996. Albert Pujols singled to left field, driving in two, then Trout came around to score the inning's third run on an errant throw by second baseman Jose Altuve, who tried to complete a double play at first.