SEATTLE -- Matt Dominguez homered and drove in three runs, Dallas Keuchel struck out a season-high eight and the Houston Astros broke a seven-game skid with a 7-2 win over the Seattle Mariners on Monday. It is the seventh straight loss for Seattle, which is the longest active streak in the majors. The Astros took advantage of an error by Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager in the sixth inning to score four unearned runs off Felix Hernandez (3-1) and break a 2-all tie. Hernandez took the major league lead with 43 strikeouts after recording four, but was unable to avoid his first loss of the season after shaky defence put the right-hander in a tough situation in the sixth. Keuchel (2-1) deftly navigated the Mariners for six innings, allowing six hits and a walk, but just two runs. After Jose Altuve led off the sixth with a double, Mariners catcher Mike Zunino fielded a bunt by Dexter Fowler and attempted to throw out Altuve at third base. Zuninos throw arrived in time and on the mark, but Seager dropped the ball as he moved to tag Fowler. Jason Castro followed with a sacrifice fly to score Altuve and give the Astros a 3-2 lead. Hernandez looked as if hed escape further damage by striking out George Springer, but Marc Krauss, Alex Presley and Dominguez hit a run-scoring single, triple and double, respectively. Houston began the night with a .192 batting average, the lowest for any major league team through 19 games since the 2003 Detroit Tigers (.180), according to STATS. The Tigers went on to lose 119 games. The Astros collected nine hits on Tuesday to raise their average to .196. Dominguez broke a scoreless tie with a two-run home run over the visitors bullpen in left field in the fifth. Dominguezs line-drive shot followed a single by Alex Presley, which had been just the second hit of the game for the Astros. The Mariners quickly responded with two of their own in the bottom half of the inning as Abraham Almonte hit a two-run double down the right-field line. Two replay reviews were upheld, both benefiting the Astros. The first came when Zunino hit a towering fly well over the foul pole in left in the seventh inning that was ruled a long strike. Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon asked the umpires for another review in the eighth when it appeared Altuves foot may have come off second base as the Astros were attempting a force out at the bag. The call was upheld and the runner was ruled out. NOTES: RHP Collin McHugh, who the Astros will recall from Triple-A on Tuesday to replace the injured Scott Feldman in the rotation, will likely be limited to about 85 pitches. ... Seattle RHP Taijuan Walker, on the DL with right-shoulder inflammation, is scheduled to see a doctor on Wednesday. If all goes well, Walker will resume throwing. ... 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LOUIS -- Julius Randle had 19 points and 15 rebounds, Aaron Harrison finished with 18 points and No.LONDON -- Liverpool moved back to the top of the English Premier League with a comfortable 3-1 win over Crystal Palace as Luis Suarez celebrated his return at Anfield with a goal on Saturday and Manchester City fought back to end Evertons unbeaten run. Playing in front of the Kop for the first time since his 10-match suspension, Suarez received a warm welcome as he entered the pitch and gratified the Reds fans with a solid performance and a classy goal, finding the net after 13 minutes, surrounded by defenders after losing his balance. Liverpool moved one point clear of Arsenal, which has a match in hand and travels to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday. Defending champion Manchester United struggled at last-place Sunderland and came from behind to claim a scrappy 2-1 win as teenager Adnan Januzaj scored twice on his full debut. The win, which lifted United to ninth place, will take some pressure off manager David Moyes after consecutive league defeats against City and West Brom. Suarezs strike partnership with Daniel Sturridge again proved lethal, with the England striker doubling his teams lead four minutes later with a solo effort. The attacking duo have 12 goals between them in nine Premier League appearances. "They were exceptional. Their combination play was outstanding and they are right up there with the best in this league," Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers said. Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard scored from the spot in the 38th for his 99th Premier League goal before Dwight Gayle headed home a consolation goal. After two consecutive defeats in all competitions against Aston Villa and Bayern Munich, City fans were expecting a reaction from their team, and the players did not let them down as they defeated Everton 3-1 in an entertaining game featuring plenty of chances. In other matches, Cardiff lost 2-1 at home against Newcastle, Fulham beat Stoke 1-0 and Hull was held to a 0-0 draw by Aston Villa. Romelu Lukaku gave Everton the lead but Alvaro Negredo quickly cancelled out the Belgian strikers opener after a flowing collective move, before Sergio Aguero handed City the advantage just before halftime. Aguero then added the third from the spot in the 69th minute after Tim Howard tipped his penalty onto the post but the ball bounced in off the goalkeeper.dddddddddddd Under pressure before the match following a string of below-par performances, Joe Hart did not make any blunders and got his hand at Lukakus strike but could not prevent the ball from finishing in the net. "Always the responsibility for the goal is with the whole team," Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini said. "Of course he feels he didnt do well the last game, he feels that he was guilty, but it was more important that today he reflected how strong his character is." At Anfield, Mamadou Sakho missed the chance to extend his teams lead when he headed wide after the interval before Sturridge hit the post and Palace slumped to a fourth consecutive league defeat. "I have been given an opportunity to play in a position Ive played all my life," Sturridge said. "The manager has given me a chance at Liverpool and I thank him for giving me the opportunity to show the world what I can do." While the Sturridge-Suarez partnership looked potent and well-oiled, United forwards Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie failed to impress, like the rest of the team. Sunderland took the lead in the fifth minute as Craig Gardner made the most of the Red Devils poor defending but the 18-year-old Januzaj equalized early in the second half with a clean finish from Patrice Evras cross before smashing a wonderful volley in the 61st. In South London, Darren Bent scored a late winner to give Fulham a much-needed 1-0 victory over Stoke. Fulhams first home win of the season, and only second overall after its opening-day victory at Sunderland, should relieve some of the pressure on under-fire manager Martin Jol. At Cardiff, Loic Remy opened the scoring in the 30th with a solo effort as he broke down the left flank, then cut inside past two defenders and slotted a shot from outside the area inside the near post. He added the second with a deft finish from outside the area when a rebound fell into his path seven minutes later. Peter Odemwingie pulled a goal back for Cardiff in the 58th but the Welsh clubs comeback threat petered out. ' ' '