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Keuchel helps Astros get 10th straight win, 10-2 over Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Houston Astros won his 10th straight game, with Dallas Keuchel who received three runna homers from Max Stassi and Alex Bregman to lead Kansas City Royals 10-2 on Saturday. Jose Altuve hit a two-run double in the first inning to send the World Series champions on their way. Astros had an 11-game game last season …

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Carrasco hit the right arm of lines, Twins hit the Indians 9-3

CLEVELAND (AP) Cleveland India's manager Terry Francona believed the worst when Carlos Carrasco struck his right arm with a line letter. "From there I thought it might have hit him in the face so there was some relief, but it took him the right kind of fun leg," Francona said after the Indian's 9-3 loss for Minnesota Twins on Saturday. …

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Brother of Zach Randolph killed outside Indiana bar

INDIANAPOLIS – The brothers of Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph were shot and killed early on Saturday outside a bar in Indiana City where the two grew up, the authorities said. Police said an officer heard shooting at about 5 I found Roger Randolph bleeding between two cars outside Hop's Blues Room in Marion, located about 60 miles northeast of …

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Croatia heads Nigeria to take control of Group D

62 & # 39 ;: Substitutions With the match two thirds over, both teams have made their first substitutions. Croatia gives Marcelo Brozovic, a box-to-box midfielder, for Andrej Kramaric, who has worked as a second striker today. For Nigeria, Ahmed Musa, a quick and tricky player, replaces the assassin Alex Iwobi. 59: A shot on goal! Odion Ighalo gets his …

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The Danish manager acknowledges that Peru earned more than 1-0 defeat

ESPN FC Stevie Nicol discusses what he learned about a "spiritual" Peru outfit and how Denmark's performance changes his view on group C. Denmark's coach Age Hareide credited his defense and goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel to keep a 1 -0 victory over Peru in his World Cup opener on Saturday, but acknowledged that their opponents "earned deserves more" from the game. …

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