McCann is batting .206 with two home runs over his last 10 games.Analysis:
Castro tagged his eighth homer of the season to right field to spark a raucous celebration for the Astros, who have now solidfied their hold on first place in the AL West after this huge series.
It was Castro's first home run since June 12 and his first RBI since July 3.Analysis:
The 2015 season has been mainly a struggle for Zunino so far. But Tuesday's home run did extend his current hitting streak to eight games. During that stretch, he's hitting .393 with a home run and six RBI.Analysis:
Soto ripped a two-run double as part of a five-run first inning. He later chipped in a solo home run in the seventh. It was his seventh big fly of the season.
Soto has been a productive player this season, despite getting partial playing time. Over his last 10 games--five starts--Soto is batting .375 with three home runs and five RBI.Analysis:
Casali became the second rookie catcher in MLB history to have back-to-back games with multiple home runs. Casali also went deep twice on Monday.
The Mariners' Kenji Johjima also had back-to-back multi homer games in 2006.Analysis:
The Dodgers are also throwing a left-hander on the mound Tuesday, and Vogt is hitting .231 against southpaws this season. So Josh Phegley will get the start behind the plate as manager Bob Melvin looks to get another right-handed bat in the lineup.Analysis:
Wieters also was out of the lineup on Friday as Baltimore tries to limit the catcher's usage after missing most of the season with Tommy John surgery. He's hitting .234 with three homers and 12 RBIs in 33 games.Analysis:
Joseph hit a two-run blast off Rays starter Matt Moore in the fifth inning to put his team in cruise control for the rest of the game.
Joseph has a slash line of .235/.306/.390 this season.Analysis:
It's Perez's second start at DH this year and first since June 30.
Replacing Perez at catcher is Drew Butera, who gets his 12th start behind the plate and second in three games.Analysis: