Time is running out on Dallas Keuchel making a return to the mound.
The Astros continue to invest heavily in the 2016-2017 international class.
The Rangers have built their dominance over Houston in the American League West during the last two seasons on the uncanny ability to beat their rival in one-run games. That continued with the Rangers' 4-3 win in 12 innings on Monday night at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
Evan Gattis with one out in the ninth inning tied the game with a solo homer launched way over the left field wall an estimated 421 feet. While that was a big boost to the Houston Astros, it turned out to be all for naught as they end up falling to the Texas Rangers in the 12th inning 4-3.
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