Battle in The Bronx

Before Yankees fans could successfully get through their traditional roll-call, Houston second basemen Jose Altuve homered a ball into centerfield. The top of the 2nd would be reminiscent of the 1st as Yankees pitcher Luis Severino allowed another home run early by Josh Reddick. Starting pitcher for the Astros Gerrit Cole made hitting and scoring... Continue Reading →

Sanchez Steals NLCS Game 1 on the Road

After coming off a 13-1 win over the Braves in the Division Series, the St. Louis Cardinals had difficulty taking on the Nationals pitching staff. Albin Sanchez would lead his team to victory, pitching a near no-hitter until the bottom of the 8th inning. He was golden in St. Louis and his predecessor Sean Dootlittle... Continue Reading →

Rays Force Game 5

Tampa Bay was a Wild Card team coming into the 2019 post season. Not only did they defeat the Oakland A's, but have shown multiple facets in the ALDS against the Astro's. The Ray's challenged the favorites in many ways like exquisite pitching and even better defensive plays. In the bottom of the first, Tommy... Continue Reading →

Nats Steal NL Wild Card

It was an emotional start to the postseason in D.C. last night. The nations capital would undergo trauma early in the first inning of the National Leauge Wild Card game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Winner takes all, and advances to play the Los Angeles Dodgers later this week. Here’s how it went down... The Nationals... Continue Reading →

One Month Away – World Series Countdown

@astros Twitter Page Believe it or not, the World Series is 28 days away! But before that champagne is popped, its the best of 30 teams. In the AL East, the New York Yankees have clinched the division (102-55) with just 5 more away games. On the other side of the country, the Houston Astros... Continue Reading →

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