Part 3 : continues....

RHP Brad Peacock will return to the rotation Friday against the Mariners after being scratched from his previous start with lower back tightness. Peacock has allowed just four earned runs over his last four starts and 21 2/3 innings.

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MLB Note - Houston Astros Oberholtzer, Brett

LHP Brett Oberholtzer worked a season-high 7 2/3 innings pitched, allowing two runs on seven hits and no walks with three strikeouts. It marked his 13th quality start of the season and his 12th consecutive start of two or fewer walks, the longest such streak by an Astros starter since LHP Wandy Rodriguez strung together 16 consecutive starts in 2012.

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MLB Note - Houston Astros Altuve, Jose

2B Jose Altuve upped his franchise-best total to 213 hits with a pair of infield singles off Indians RHP Carlos Carrasco. Altuve leads the American League with 34 infield singles and leads the majors with 65 multi-hit games, also a club record. He is the first Houston player since Lance Berkman (May 3-10, 2008) to record seven consecutive multi-hit games.

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MLB Note - Houston Astros Foltynewicz, Mike

RHP Mike Foltynewicz worked 1 1/3 perfect innings, doing so without recording a strikeout. Foltynewicz posted 102 strikeouts in 102 2/3 innings with Triple-A Oklahoma City and had 12 strikeouts in 13 innings with the Astros following his promotion on Aug. 1.

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MLB Note - Cleveland Indians Raburn, Ryan

OF Ryan Raburn will under arthroscopic surgery to correct meniscus damage in his left knee. A date has not been set for the procedure but Indians manager Terry Francona anticipates that Raburn will have the 'scope done in the immediate future. Raburn suffered a left knee hyperextension on Sept. 13 at Detroit.

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MLB Note - Cleveland Indians Carrasco, Carlos

RHP Carlos Carrasco tossed his first career shutout, allowing two infield hits and one walk while striking out a career-high 12 batters. Carrasco is the first Cleveland pitcher to record 12-plus strikeouts in a shutout since RHP Bartolo Colon fanned 13 in a one-hitter at the New York Yankees on Sept. 18, 2000. He also became just the second pitcher in history with 12 strikeouts on 98 pitches or less in a shutout, joining Dodgers LHP Sandy Koufax, who did so while no-hitting the Phillies on June 4, 1964.

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MLB Note - Cleveland Indians Gomes, Yan