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Astros Crawfish Boil: September 26, 2016

Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Monday, September 26, 2016.

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Astros News

Solo home runs lead Astros to 4-1 win over Angels - LA Times
Angels-Astros game story

Musgrove, 3 Solo Shots Lead Astros Past Angels 4-1 - The New York Times
Joe Musgrove lifted the Houston Astros in more ways than one Sunday.

Mariners, Astros battle to stay alive (Sep 25, 2016) | FOX Sports
HOUSTON -- Both the Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners spent the afternoon on Sunday discussing math, doing so in the context of the American League wild card and their respective odds of qualifying for the playoffs with a week left in the regular season.

Astros mourn the death of Marlins' star Jose Fernandez - Houston Chronicle
The orange brim couldn't shield the pain in his eyes.

Joe Musgrove leads Astros past Angels for key win - Houston Chronicle
Ever since Joe Musgrove jogged out from the bullpen to warm up in front of 24,000 fans, he's been nothing but calm, collected and dominant at Minute Maid Park.

Astros' George Springer's new approach showing results - Houston Chronicle
George Springer slowed down in the batter's box and the results are obvious in the box score.

Astros honor local fallen firefighter Captain Matt Renaud |
A veteran Houston firefighter who died in a motel fire in 2013, along with three others, will be honored at the Astros game today.

This time around feels different for 81-74 Astros - Houston Chronicle
The Astros are almost dead.

MLB News

Jose Fernandez was pure joy -
Jose Fernandez wasn’t just one of the reasons we loved baseball. He was one of the reasons baseball made us love life.

The baseball world remembers Jose Fernandez -
Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball reflects on the tragic loss of Jose Fernandez and the way he positively impacted everyone around him.

MLB teams rally together to remember the life of Jose Fernandez -
He will be missed

Jose Fernandez changed lives and will never be forgotten -

No one could have scripted Vin Scully's perfect final call and game -
Thank you, Vin.