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Cano drives in 3 in 9th to give Mariners 6-3 win over Astros

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Cotton candy guy makes great grab at Astros game (0:22)

A vendor selling cotton candy at the Astros game against the Mariners makes a great play when he uses his free hand to snare a ricocheted foul ball without dropping any of his merchandise. (0:22)

HOUSTON -- Robinson Cano had three hits and his tiebreaking three-run double in the ninth inning lifted the Seattle Mariners to their fourth straight win, 6-3, over the Houston Astros on Thursday night.

The bases were loaded with one out in the ninth when Cano cleared them with his double off Luke Gregerson (0-1) that sailed just out of reach of center fielder Carlos Gomez.

Cano, who has at least two hits in five straight games, also drove in a run in the third inning to give him four RBI and an American League-leading 30 this season.

Nick Vincent (2-1) pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings for the win and Steve Cishek allowed one hit in the ninth for his ninth save.

Jose Altuve homered and tied a career-high with four hits and had two RBI for the Astros.