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The Houston Astros Start a Midweek Series Against the LA Angels on Monday

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The Houston Astros will be looking to build off of their previous series success as they head west to take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  Houston took two of three games from the Chicago White Sox over the weekend to improve their record to 16-28 on the year which is 12 games back of the division leading Oakland Athletics.

Houston will send Dallas Keuchel to the mound Monday night as he looks for his fifth win of the year opposite the Angels starter Garrett Richards who is 4-0 with a 2.42 ERA in eight starts so far this season.  The Angels enter this series with a 24-19 overall record which is just 3.5 games back of the A’s in the division.

First pitch for Monday night’s game is set for 9:05pm from Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Los Angeles and you can catch all the action right here on Sports Radio 1340 the FAN.

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