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Left-handed pitcher Brett Oberholtzer has been optioned by the Houston Astros to their Triple-A Oklahoma City minor league team. Oberholtzer has struggled this season at the major league level, allowing six earned runs in seven innings of work and will try to correct himself at the minor league level.
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