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Garret Anderson drove in a run in three different at bats Thursday and Atlanta battered starter Roy Oswalt to defeat Houston 9-7. Oswalt (8-6) has recently suffered from a sore back and lasted only two innings while the Braves scored six runs on 10 hits.
Carlos Lee had a two-run homer and a four RBI Monday to lead the Houston Astros to a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Michael Bourn added an RBI double for the Astros, who won for just the second time in their last eight games. Houston's Roy Oswalt (8-5) pitched seven innings to earn the win.
Roy Oswalt allowed three hits over seven innings Friday and teamed with two relievers in a shutout, bringing Houston a 1-0 decision over Arizona. The Diamondbacks opened a 10-game, four-city trip by losing their sixth in a row. Oswalt (7-4) ended a steak of four straight no-decisions with a 100-pitch effort.
Bud Norris and three relievers combined on a three-hit shutout Sunday in Houston's 2-0 win over St.
San Francisco pitcher Randy Johnson went on the 15-day disabled list Monday, one day after suffering a shoulder strain, the Giants said. The injury happened in the third inning while Johnson was swinging on a third-strike curveball from Astros starter Roy Oswalt.
Houston right-hander Roy Oswalt yielded just three hits and a run in eight innings and hit a two-run single Sunday in a 7-1 Astros victory over San Francisco. Oswalt (5-4) has given up only three runs in his last three starts. Manuel Tejada, Hunter Pence and Jason Michaels clubbed solo homers and Jeff Keppinger doubled in a run and scored twice for the Astros. Rich Aurilia homered for the Giants. Randy Johnson (8-6) took the loss.
Roy Oswalt went the distance, giving up one run on two hits Monday, and the Houston Astros beat San Diego 3-1. Oswalt (4-4), who has 17 career complete games, also had two of the Astros' nine hits.
Kevin Slowey limited Houston to a run over six innings Friday and reached 10 wins for the season in boosting Minnesota to a 5-2 decision over the Astros. Slowey (10-2) gave up only three hits and struck out six.
Roy Oswalt gave up only one run in seven innings Monday when the Houston Astros posted a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies. Oswalt (2-2) scattered six hits, yielding only a solo homer by Todd Helton, walking two and striking out eight. Carlos Lee was 3-for-3 and had his first home run and first two RBI since May 16.
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