After seven games, and 55 years, the Houston Astros are champions.
Astros were on the ropes in the last round of the fight, but they fought back. Now they’re heading home with the Series tied instead of being down 0-2.
So buckle up. We have a Series, everyone
Justin Verlander threw a complete game, Jose Altuve refused to stop running, and the Astros took a 2-0 lead.
Brett Gardner’s 12-pitch at-bat in the ninth inning changed the game’s complexion.
Relief pitcher Archie Bradley hit one of four triples for the Diamondbacks in their 11-8 victory.
Aaron Judge breaks Mark McGwire’s rookie record, the Cubs move one step closer to clinching, and Bruce Maxwell hears support from the crowd.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Cleveland does it again, the Dodgers wait until the middle of the night to do their losing, and Nolan Arenado shows off.
J.D. Martinez hits four homers, the Dodgers keeping losing, Giancarlo Stanton does actual damage, and the Indians reach a dozen in a row.
CC Sabathia carries the Yankees like the old days, the Dodgers are mortal, the Twins are rolling, and Kendrys Morales went deep thrice.