Saturday's MLB games included an early afternoon matchup between the #Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros. Thanks to three different players each getting two RBIs apiece, the #Astros were able to power their way to an 8-6 victory for their 90th win of the season. Here's the latest Mariners vs. Astros recap including top performers, game stats, a standings update, and what games are next on the schedule for each team.

MLB game recap

The Houston Astros jumped out to an early lead after a four-run output in the bottom of the second inning. It started with a Fisher double to left to score #Carlos Beltran. The next batter, George Springer hit a single to center which scored both Alex Bregman and Derek Fisher.

Josh Reddick's double to deep left would score Springer giving the Astros the early 4-0 lead. They'd add two more runs in the fifth inning thanks to a Beltran single to score Jose Altuve and Bregman hitting into a double play which allowed Carlos Correa to score.

Seattle would score one run in the sixth inning thanks to Segura's 353-foot solo home run, but Houston added another in the seventh as well thanks to a Carlos Beltran double. Despite a four-run eighth inning by Seattle, the Astros managed to hold them off for the 8-6 win.

Beltran, Springer, and Reddick each finished with two RBIs apiece. Of them, Beltran went 3-for-4 with his two RBIs and one run scored greatly helping in his team's win. Picking up the win for the Houston Astros was starter Dallas Keuchel (13-4) as he struck out four batters over six innings, giving up four hits for just one run.

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Joe Musgrave earned the save for the home team while Seattle's Erasmo Ramirez (5-6) took the loss.

Standings & what's next

The Houston Astros are now 90-58 overall and 43-31 at Minute Maid Park. The Astros lead the American League West by 14.5 games over the Los Angeles Angels. They'll host the Mariners for another game on Sunday afternoon. Game time is set for 2:10 p.m. Eastern Time with Houston sending recently-acquired ace Justin Verlander to the mound.

The Seattle Mariners fall to 74-75 for the season with a 35-39 record on the road. They're trailing Houston by 16.5 games for the division lead. In a more optimistic scenario, Seattle still has a shot at an AL Wild Card spot as they're only four games behind the Minnesota Twins for the second of two spots. On Sunday they'll try to bounce back when they play at Houston again. Andrew Moore will get the pitching start for the Mariners.