The post-season MLB 12-team bracket has already been reduced to eight contenders. Now, the first and second seed from each league have joined the battle in the Division Series. After applying directly to their ALDS and NLDS slots via byes, the . file AstrosAnd the YankeesAnd the Dodgers And the brave They compete.
Saw Match 1 in Houston The Astros snatch victory from the sailors in a heroic and historical way. They move into Game 2 on Thursday with Seattle ace Lewis Castillo on the hill, looking to get the game back before heading home. In a twist, this will be the only second game on Thursday. The competition between the New York Yankees and Cleveland Guardians It was postponed until noon Friday due to rain in the Bronx.
another claw Jordan Alvarez Homer lifts Astros to 2-0 . series lead
He hit earlier this time, but Jordan Alvarez of the Astros hit again. The two-knee zombie in the sixth inning rumbled enough to beat an excellent outing from Mariners star Luis Castillo. The Astros now have a 2-0 lead in the series as the series heads to Seattle.
Game 1, Alvarez came to the plate in sixth place with Houston trailing, 2-1, and a short rookie. Jeremy Peña Standing on the first base. Castillo worked to win another major match for his new team after coming on the deadline for trading, and pitched Alvarez with caution. Did not matter. His second 98-mph dive left the board, as Alvarez hauled it to Crawford’s boxes in left field. The next time he came, at eight, the sailors didn’t approach him at all, and purposely walked him in the face Alex Bergmanwho also made them pay with the RBI single.
Although the Astros is a writer Framber Valdez He struggled with his driving at times, walked three times, only allowed two runs (one of them got) 5 and 2/3 innings. Hector Neres got a great deal of escape from the VI and he blew up Alvarez. closer Ryan Presley I worked around walking and double Julio Rodriguez to finish the 4-2 win.
The first post-season game in Seattle since 2001 will be an elimination game for the Young Mariners. They’ll send rookie bowler George Kirby up the hill in Game Three on Saturday in hopes of keeping the magic season for at least one day. Meanwhile, the Astros are one difference away from their sixth consecutive ALCS appearance. They will hand the ball to Lance McCullers Jr. who is looking to grab it.
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