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Astros Crawfish Boil: October 4th, 2015

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Astros News

Houston Astros, AL West take wild ride to final day of season
The Astros clinched at least a tie for a wild-card berth Saturday with a 6-2 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, setting up what promises to be one of the most exhilarating season finales in AL West history.

MLB's Super Sunday brings plenty of playoff possibilities for Angels, Astros, Rangers and more | FOX Sports
Take a bow, Major League Baseball. You've delivered a delightful amount of chaos for the final scheduled day of the regular season.

Astros stave off AL West elimination, beat the Diamondbacks | HardballTalk
The Astros remain alive in the AL West for one more day.

Astros face number of postseason scenarios | Sports - Home
The Houston Astros have only one regular season game remaining, but they have put themselves in position to know one very important thing about the regular season finale.

Houston Astros beat Arizona Diamondbacks clinch tie for playoff berth | FOX Sports
Collin McHugh earned his 19th victory, Colby Rasmus homered twice and the Houston Astros beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-2 on Saturday night to clinch at least a tie for the American League's second wild card.

Around the Majors

MLB Playoffs: Astros, Angels realize value of "just getting in"
With the last AL Wild Card spot on the line, both teams still in the hunt for a spot in the MLB Playoffs each make for intriguing postseason sleepers.

Playoff spots up for grabs on the final day of the season -
Sunday's Say Hey, Baseball includes all of the scenarios to watch for in today's games, another masterful no-hitter from Max Scherzer and possible expansion for MLB.

Max Scherzer throws his 2nd no-hitter of season to beat Mets -
Max Scherzer was dominant in his win over the Mets on Saturday night, pitching his second no-hitter of the season and striking out 17 in a win for the Nationals.

Tigers' Miguel Cabrera wraps up 2015 American League batting title - Bless You Boys
Cabrera battled through injury and a falling average, but will hold off Bogaerts for his fourth career title.

Steve Bartman will not be attending the Cubs' Wild Card game, thank you very much -
The GoFundMe in his honor has failed to convince him.

Texas Rangers Twitter account accidentally calls for Charlie Strong's firing -
Do the Rangers want Charlie Strong fired?!