OAKLAND - If it seems like the A's come back to win a lot of games, it's because they do.
Friday's victory over the Astros marked Oakland's 11th win of the season when trailing after seven innings, the most in all of Major League Baseball. On the flip side, the A's are a perfect 50-0 when leading after seven.
Oakland also leads MLB with a 26-10 record in one-run games; the Astros fell to 16-22 in such games.
--- The A's improved to 11-5 in extra inning games. The 11 extra-inning wins are tied with the Seattle Mariners for the most in the bigs.
--- Friday marked Oakland's first home win against Houston this season. The A's are now 1-6 against the Astros at the Coliseum and 5-9 overall.
--- The A's have won 18 of their last 22 games at home and are 36-24 at the Coliseum for the season.
--- Oakland snapped a 21-run scoreless streak after scoring two runs in the fifth inning.
--- Matt Olson hit the first walk-off home run of his MLB career. It was his second career walk-off hit.
--- Jed Lowrie has recorded multiple hits in four of his last five games, the first time he has done that since April. He is 9 for his last 21, with two home runs and four doubles.
--- Fernando Rodney has yet to allow an earned run in five appearances with Oakland. Overall, he has not allowed an earned run in his last 10 innings.
--- Khris Davis and Jonathan Lucroy are both 0 for their last 13. Lucroy went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts Friday night. Davis was 0-for-4, but did draw a walk.
--- Lucroy threw out his 23rd attempted base stealer of the season to lead Major League Baseball.