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  • 24 May 2019
    导出博客文章SEATTLE -- If only Collin McHugh could face the Seattle Mariners every time
    out.The Houston right-hander continued his mastery of the Mariners on Friday
    night, allowing only two hits in seven stellar innings in the Astros 6-0 win
    over Seattle.Houston ended Seattles eight-game win streak thanks to McHughs
    performance and solo home runs from Evan Gattis and Marwin Gonzalez. The Astros
    and remained four games behind Baltimore and Toronto in the AL wild-card race.We
    needed that on a lot of levels. Every game is magnified this time of year and we
    were playing a team that were chasing, Houston manager A.J. Hinch said.McHugh
    was outstanding in baffling the surging Mariners all night, not allowing a base
    runner until Nori Aokis leadoff single in the fourth inning. Seattles only other
    hit off McHugh was Kyle Seagers single with two outs in the seventh.McHugh
    (11-10) improved to 9-3 in his career against Seattle and 4-0 this season with a
    1.08 ERA. Hes 6-0 in his career pitching at Safeco Field.I think we just match
    up pretty well with them, at least me, McHugh said. Whether its pitch mix,
    pitching in this park, the times Ive been able to throw against this team Ive
    been able to have some success. I dont know what the formula is.McHugh won his
    fourth straight decision with one of his strongest outings of the season. He
    completed seven innings for just the second time in his previous 14 starts.
    McHugh also allowed just two hits in his last start against the White Sox, but
    managed just five innings in that outing.Meanwhile, Seattle starter Felix
    Hernandez (11-6) stumbled in his biggest start of the season. With the Mariners
    back in the AL wild-card race, Hernandez failed to get through five innings,
    giving up five earned runs and eight hits.The solo homers by Gattis and Gonzalez
    in the fifth were the capper to Hernandezs miserable night. Gattis led off the
    inning with his 27th home run and Gonzalez followed with his 13th that knocked
    Hernandez from the game. Gonzalez now has 37 career home runs, 11 of those
    against Seattle.Hernandez was in trouble long before the two home runs. Jake
    Marisnicks two-run double in the second inning gave Houston the lead and the
    Astros added on with Carlos Correas RBI double in the third after Jose Altuve
    reached on an error and Yuli Gurriel added an RBI single in the fourth.These
    guys hit the fastball, they really are on it, and if you cant land your
    secondary pitches or kind of get them going back and forth, its going to be a
    long night for you, Seattle manager Scott Servais said. Certainly was not on top
    of his game tonight.Hinch praised the patience of his hitters laying off pitches
    just outside of the zone and making Hernandez throw strikes.We didnt chase a lot
    tonight and if you dont chase with him and you make him bring the ball in the
    strike zone hes human again, Hinch said.HEALTHY ALTUVEAltuve looked just fine
    after leaving Wednesdays game against Texas with an apparent oblique injury.
    After being checked out by doctors in Houston on Thursday, Altuve had two hits
    and was on base four times, twice reaching on errors. He scored his 100th run of
    the season and collected his 40th double.Hes Jose Altuve. He does nothing wrong,
    Hinch said.TRAINERS ROOMAstros: 3B Alex Bregman could miss the rest of the
    regular season with a hamstring injury suffered on Wednesday. Bregman did not
    travel with the team for its road trip and remained in Houston to get
    treatment.Mariners: Even after a day off, 1B Adam Lind still had some pain
    around his thumb and was out of the lineup for a fourth straight game. Servais
    was hopeful Lind would be available on Saturday.UP NEXTAstros: RHP Mike Fiers
    (10-7) makes his 28th start of the season. Fiers lasted just 3 1/3 innings in
    his only other start against Seattle this season, giving up four earned
    runs.Mariners: LHP James Paxton (4-6) will make his fifth start since coming off
    the disabled list on Aug. 25 but does not have a win since Aug. 7.
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    NEW YORK -- Tyson Ross, an All-Star pitcher for San Diego two years ago, was
    among 35 players who became free agents when their teams declined to offer them
    2017 contracts on Friday.Washington outfielder Ben Revere and Philadelphia
    outfielder Cody Asche also were cut loose, along with Arizona catcher Welington
    Castillo and pitcher Rubby De La Rosa; Baltimore pitcher Vance Worley; and Los
    Angeles Dodgers reliever Louis Coleman.Milwaukee first baseman Chris Carter and
    Pittsburgh pitcher Jeff Locke were non-tendered as well; their teams had already
    designated them for assignment earlier this week.Teams cut players at the tender
    deadline to avoid committing to salary arbitration, in which about one-sixth of
    next seasons salary is guaranteed.Ross, a 29-year-old right-hander, was 13-14
    with a 2.81 ERA in 2014 and 10-12 with a 3.26 ERA the following season. He was
    limited to one major league appearance this year and had surgery in October for
    thoracic outlet syndrome. Recovery time was expected to be four to six months,
    and the Padres deemed him too pricy for arbitration after he earned $9,625,000
    this year.Asche, 26, was designated for assignment earlier Friday to clear a
    roster spot for left-hander David Rollins, claimed off waivers from Texas. Asche
    hit .240 with 31 homers and 125 RBI for the Phillies during 371 games in the
    past four seasons and would have been eligible for arbitration for the first
    time.The 28-year-old Revere was acquired from Toronto in January for reliever
    Drew Storen but strained his right oblique in his first at-bat of the seasoon,
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    returned May 6, hit just .217 with two homers and 24 RBI in 103 games and would
    have been on track for a raise from his $6.25 million salary.Castillo batted
    .264 with 14 homers and 68 RBI and would have gotten a big raise from his $3.7
    million salary.Thirteen players agreed to deals ahead of the deadline, including
    Colorado reliever Jake McGee ($5.9 million), Oakland first baseman Yonder Alonso
    ($4 million), Chicago White Sox second baseman Brett Lawrie ($3.5 million) and
    outfielder Avisail Garcia ($3 million), Minnesota infielder Eduardo Escobar
    ($2.6 million) and New York Mets catcher Rene Rivera ($1.75 million).Milwaukee
    reached deals with second baseman Scooter Gennett ($2,525,000) and outfielder
    Kirk Nieuwenhuis ($900,000 in majors, $257,000 in minors).Pittsburgh agreed to
    an $800,000, one-year contract with left-hander Wade LeBlanc that includes a
    $750,000 salary next year and a $1.25 million team option for 2018 with a
    $50,000 buyout.San Francisco struck deals with right-hander Cory Gearrin ($1.05
    million) and infielder Ehire Adrianza ($600,000 in majors and $300,000 in
    minors).Atlanta agreed to contracts with catcher Anthony Recker ($800,000) and
    left-hander Paco Rodriguez ($637,500).Among players who were already free
    agents, left-hander Brian Duensing agreed to a $2 million, one-year deal with
    the World Series champion Chicago Cubs. ' ' '