The Astros remain alive in the AL West for one more day.
During his final start, Max Scherzer struck out a career-high 17 Mets at Citi Field on his way to his second no-hitter of the season.
The Rangers were three outs from winning the AL West. Five runs later by the Angels and the Rangers are still a win away from clinching the division.
The Twins were mathematically eliminated from post-season contention on Saturday, losing 5-1 to the Royals.
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