In the fifth inning, the Astros cracked Darvish and Carlos Correa launched a three-run homer to put them ahead.
Springer again came through in the fourth inning when he blasted a two-run home to give them a 4-1 lead.
Dallas Keuchel had his normal ho-hum outing, allowing just two runs, but would get pulled after the fifth inning
Beating the Yankees on the road is not an easy task, and it would take an amazing play from Jake Marisnick to seal the deal.
An easy win ended up being harder as the Astros beat the Angels 7-6 in extra innings.
Luckily for Keuchel, the run would prove meaningless as he’d get plenty of run support Sunday.
The Astros ace was on fire, getting 13 Indians to bounce into groundouts and while he started to fade towards the end of the game, this was still a great outing.
Keuchel had the ground ball working, and while he allowed nine hits and one walk. His only run would come in the third inning, but he would run into a little bit of trouble in the fifth, luckily he was able to work out of it.