In the decisive seven matches of the American League championship series on Saturday, the rays of Tampa Bay won the ticket to the second World Series victory in the history of the franchise with the result 4: 2 against Houston’s Astros.
Rookie Randy Arozarena hosted two races in the first inning, while Charlie Morton worked for 5 2/3 solid Rays players who won the 4-3 series and are waiting for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves to win. went to the seventh game on Sunday.
Arozarena caught the host of two races in the first inning, and now there are seven rivals in the sub-group, matching his overall regular season result. He was named ALCS MVP when the Rays celebrated his victory on the square at Petco Park in San Diego.
“He is the best player on the planet. “It’s unbelievable,” said Rays striker Kevin Kiermaier of Arozarena.
Mike Zunino also stifled an early home run when the Rays saved his season and recovered from the shock when he made it to the winners’ show after winning the first three games, then losing three in a row.
“We have a different hero every night. Except for Randy Arozarena. He’s a hero every night, “said Rays Austin Meadows.
The Rays victory prevented Astra from becoming only the second team in the history of the Major League Baseball, which once again recovered from a 3-0 deficit.
2008 Tampa Bay made it to the World Series and then lost to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Rays starter Morton made just two strokes, hit six strokes and took one against Astra.
Houston ace Lance McCullers hit seven, but allowed four strokes, three times and twice at home, making just 3 2/3 innings.
After a stormy off-season and a regular season in which they turned out to be inferior, the Astros reunited for the season.
Their 2017 The World Series lost much of its luster after an MLB probe found that Houston had stolen opponents’ tokens that year.
“This group of guys is as special as we fought the hardships,” Astros spokesman Carlos Correa said on Saturday.
Dodgers “very comfortable”
The NLCS Dodgers used another series of first goal points to stay alive in the playoffs and beat the Braves 3: 1 to force a decisive hand.
The Dodgers are one victory in their third World Series appearance in four years, with 3 of 3 in the best of seven series.
The seventh game takes place in a neutral location in Arlington, Texas, where a limited number of spectators may attend due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our team feels very comfortable,” said Walker Buehler, a pitcher at Dodgers. “I hope the same feeling will be tomorrow.”
Corey Seager and Justin Turner hit the Dodgers, who were 2: 0 and 3: 1 behind, but will now play seven games to keep their bid to win their first World Series title since 1988.
The Seager killed their fifth run in the home series, and Turner fired a 418-meter shot into center-back when Dodgers strikers once again struck the Braves’ starting pitcher with three strokes in the starting round.
The Dodgers scored 11 runs in the first back of the third game to a landslide victory of 15-3.
“You have to give credit where you have to pay,” said Brian Snitker, head of Braves. “They have really good pitchers there. They get the guys out of the bulls with 100 mph drops. That’s hard to come by. They are experienced guys.
“Sometimes you get into rolls and get into situations like that, and guys get big hits, and sometimes you don’t.”
Buehler worked six great closing nicks, allowed seven strokes, and knocked out six strokes. He did not allow him to walk.
Buehler did not object that he would be removed from the game after the sixth game time.
“It simply came to our notice then. It was good for me. You still want to get out, but at the end of the day we had (to protect) the leading position, ”he said.
Kenley Jansen only needed six pitches in the ninth fight to score three victories and record the retention of the Dodgers in the playoffs for the eighth year in a row.
Los Angeles will send rookie right-hander Tony Gonsolin to the mound in the decisive game.
The Braves have been aiming for their first World Series since 1999. In the seventh game, they will turn to rookie right-hander Ian Anderson, who has yet to give up running in three playoffs.
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