A’s get another shot at Astros; interest in Sonny Gray HOUSTON — After the last time the A’s got red-hot, taking four games from the Yankees on their most recent homestand, the Astros doused them thoroughly, sweeping a four-game series. [...] coming off the team’s first road sweep of the season, Oakland must face first-place Houston again in a three-game set that opens Tuesday night. [...] we come here and sweep the Sox. ... Oakland is 1-8 against the Astros, Even with the sweep of the White Sox, the A’s are 12-25 on the road, the worst mark in the league, as they prepare to play at Minute Maid Park. “It’s no secret we’ve struggled on the road,” A’s pitcher Sonny Gray said Sunday after recording his first win in a month. Guys in the clubhouse are aware, we’re smarter than people think sometimes. Among the clubs with multiple executives and scouts at Gray’s start Sunday were the Cubs, Blue Jays, Mariners and Braves, while the Red Sox had one scout there. Some of the teams in attendance also are scouting infielder Jed Lowrie, who is all but certain to be dealt before the July 31 deadline. Marcus Semien, on a rehab assignment as he returns from a wrist injury, played six innings at shortstop for Class A Stockton. Susan Slusser is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. at Astros at Astros at Astros The A’s have struck out a league-leading 233 times in June, a record for the team for the month, surpassing 2012’s mark of 231. Oakland also set franchise records for strikeouts in May (255) and April (221).
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