With Sean Manaea uncertain whether he will be able to make his next start, the A's may have to summon another pitcher from the minors.
Rookie Ryon Healy made two errors in the second inning that led to a pair of Astros runs and the A's were never able to recover, losing 6-0 in Houston.
Rookie starter Sean Manaea exited Monday's game in Houston the bottom of the fourth inning with a strained left rhomboid, the team announced.
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