Ryon Healy was the Mariners' final chance with two outs in the ninth, and he came through with a game-tying, solo home run to force extra innings. This comes after the Astros scored three times in the eighth inning to rally from a 2-0 deficit. Edwin Diaz came in and allowed one hit in a scoreless 10th for his 46th save, and fourth of the series.
It was the first time in franchise history that the Mariners swept a four-game series against the Astros, as they pulled within four games of the top spot in the AL West Division. The Oakland Athletics are still in between the two teams in the race, as they edged the Los Angeles Angels later in the afternoon.
Recently-acquired reliever Roberto Osuna gave up the 10th-inning run, which began with Dee Gordon's single, as he would come around to score. It was the first loss for Osuna, while Zach Duke got the win after going 1.1 innings. Up until the eighth-inning rally for the Astros, they had just three singles the entire game, as Erasmo Ramirez gave up three hits over five scoreless innings in his first start since April 27th. Dallas Keuchel also pitched well for Houston, going seven innings and allowing two runs, one earned, on seven hits.
Alex Bregman and Carlos Correa each had singled home runs to get the Astros on the board, before Evan Gattis gave them the lead with a sacrifice fly. For the M's, Mike Zunino also went deep, while Healy added an RBI single to get Seattle going early. They will start a big series in Oakland against the A's on Monday night. The Astros will host the Colorado Rockies for an interleague showdown on Tuesday.