Dallas Keuchel

#60 SP / Houston Astros / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 28 College: None Bats/Throws L/L

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      Astros' Dallas Keuchel: Agrees to one-year deal with Astros, avoids arbitration

      Keuchel agreed to a one-year, $7.25 million contract with the Astros on Friday, Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports. Keuchel drastically improved his numbers between the 2013 and 2014 seasons, and his success continued into last season as well. The 27-year-old finished the campaign with a 2.48 ERA and 1.02 WHIP with 216 strikeouts over 232 innings, earning him a nice paycheck in his first year of arbitration. He should slot in atop the Astros' rotation once again in 2016.

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      Astros' Dallas Keuchel: Tendered a contract by Astros

      Keuchel was tendered a contract by the Astros on Wednesday, Evan Drellich of the Houston Chronicle reports. This comes as no surprise, as the Astros relied heavily upon the Cy Young Award winner last season. Houston will bring him back to be the ace of the rotation once again in 2016 with the hope that he can replicate his 20-8 record and 2.48 ERA he posted in 2015.

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      Astros' Dallas Keuchel: Wins AL Cy Young Award

      Keuchel was named the American League Cy Young Award winner by the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Wednesday, MLB.com reports. The 27-year-old lefty edged out David Price for the award on the strength of a 20-8 record, 2.48 ERA and 1.02 WHIP over 232 innings. Keuchel improved his strikeout rate from 2014 by more than five percent, while also trimming his walk rate slightly and maintaining a groundball rate over 60 percent. In fact, he led AL qualifiers in groundball rate for a second straight season (61.7%).

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      Astros' Dallas Keuchel earns win in Game 3 of ALDS

      Keuchel allowed one run on five hits and three walks with seven strikeouts over seven innings Sunday to earn the win in Game 3 of the ALDS against the Royals. The AL Cy Young Award contender allowed a home run to Lorenzo Cain in the fourth inning, but that was the only damage he allowed as he ultimately helped the Astros take a 2-1 lead in the ALDS. If the series goes five games, Keuchel could be an option for the series finale in Kansas City on Wednesday, albeit he'd be pitching on three days rest for the second time in the 2015 playoffs.

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      Astros SP Dallas Keuchel to start Game 3 of ALDS

      Astros starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel will start Game 3 of the ALDS against the Royals on Sunday, the Houston Chronicle reports. Working on just three days' rest, Keuchel shut out the Yankees over six innings in Tuesday's AL Wild Card game, allowing three hits and a walk while striking out seven. He will be afforded the normal five days of rest this time around before taking the hill opposite Edinson Volquez.

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      Dallas Keuchel tosses six scoreless frames to lead Astros to wild-card win

      Astros starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel held the Yankees scoreless over six innings Tuesday, allowing only three hits and a walk to earn the win in the AL wild-card game. He struck out seven. Keuchel's gem was his third scoreless performance against New York is as many outings this season. He also became the first pitcher to turn in a scoreless outing in a postseason game on three days' rest since Josh Beckett threw a shutout against the Yankees in Game 6 of the 2003 World Series. Keuchel is likely to pitch Game 3 of the ALDS against Kansas City on Oct. 11.

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      Astros SP Dallas Keuchel strikes out 10 in win over Rangers

      Astros starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel (19-8) allowed one run on two hits and two walks with 10 strikeouts over seven innings during Sunday's 4-2 win over Texas. Keuchel, who was a perfect 15-0 at home this season, lines up for one more regular season start at Arizona on Saturday. If Houston makes the playoffs, they'll undoubtedly want their ace to pitch in the AL Wild Card game three days later on Tuesday, Oct. 6. It's possible manager A.J. Hinch shuffles his rotation a bit to accommodate this scenario, otherwise Keuchel would pitch the AL Wild Card game on short rest.

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      Astros SP Dallas Keuchel eclipses 200 Ks in win over Angels

      Astros starter Dallas Keuchel improved to 18-8 with a win Monday against the Angels, as he allowed one run on six hits and a walk over 7 2/3 innings. He struck out six. Keuchel broke the 200 strikeout milestone Monday night, as he's now up to 203 on the season against just 47 walks. Keuchel now has the AL leads in wins, innings pitched and shutouts (tied with three others) as he makes his push for the American League Cy Young Award, but David Price (17-5, 2.34 ERA, 219 strikeouts) will be tough competition.

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      Astros SP Dallas Keuchel has rough outing in loss to Rangers

      Astros starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel (17-8) was bombarded Wednesday, giving up nine runs on 11 hits in 4 2/3 innings against the Rangers. He struck out five without walking anyone, but allowed three homers. The Astros have coughed up first place to Texas, and they turned to Keuchel to stop the bleeding in this game, but instead they got blown out in what was by far the lefty's worst start of the season. This has to be a tough blow for Keuchel's Fantasy owners after he got them this far with what's been a magnificent season.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Astros ace Dallas Keuchel his own worst enemy in Friday loss

      Astros ace Dallas Keuchel allowed no earned runs Friday against the host Angels. If he had allowed no runs at all, he'd be celebrating his 18th victory. Instead, he gave up three unearned runs and is lamenting his seventh defeat. Keuchel surrendered five hits, walked two and whiffed seven. He has only himself to blame. His error on what would have been the third out in the third inning was followed by a wild pitch and two-run single. He retired the last nine batters he faced, but his offense could not bale him out. The defeat ended a personal four-game winning streak for Keuchel, who had not lost since Aug. 7.

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