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Your one-stop shop for Houston Astros and news from around the league for Thursday, April 6, 2017.

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Astros News

George Springer's walk-off dinger sends Astros over Mariners in 13th inning

With one out separating the game from its end and down to his final strike, George Springer single-handedly kept the Astros undefeated.

Mariners lose in extra innings in Houston to remain winless

They were happy to have a lead because, well, they’ve only led in a game two times in the first three games of the season — both coming on Wednesday night.

Devenski racks up 7 K's in stellar relief work

Astros reliever Chris Devenski picked right up where he left off last season, twisting the Mariners in knots over four hitless innings in relief, striking out seven batters during a 5-3 win in 13 innings on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park.

Astros sign David Martinez to minor league deal

The Astros signed righthander David Martinez to a minor league contract and assigned him to Class AAA Fresno, the team said late Wednesday.

Astros try for four-game sweep of Mariners (Apr 06, 2017)

Joe Musgrove worked his way up from being a midseason call-up in August a season ago to earning an Opening Day roster spot in 2017.

Around the League

Leon sends Sox to walk-off win in 12 vs. Bucs

The Astros were not the only AL team to get a big walk off home run yesterday, as Leon lifted Boston over Pittsburgh.

Lindor slams Tribe to a sweep of Rangers

Francisco Lindor hit a grand slam with one out in the ninth inning, and the Indians rallied for a 9-6 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday night. The victory gave the Indians a three-game sweep of the Rangers in their season-opening series.

The Rangers lost three in a row, and it's too much for this fan to take

The Texas Rangers’ season is already not going well. They’re 0-3 and some fans are already losing hope. This fan was distraught as the Indians went up three runs against her Rangers.

The 5 players in the NL East who matter the most

Which players are going to be the most responsible for their teams’ fates? We have answers.