Astros a win away from World Series championship


What a night for Astros fans!

In what was the second longest World Series game in history the Astros, thanks to Alex Bregman’s walk-off hit, beat the Dodgers 13 to 12 in ten innings.

With the win the Astros lead Los Angeles 3-2 in the best of seven series. Monday is a travel day with the chance to clinch the title coming Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Last night’s game took five hours and seventeen minutes to settle and left many Astros fans simply speechless.

“I can barely breathe,” one happy Astros fans told KTRH after the game ended.

As for the guy who delivered the victory, Bregman says he was thrilled to come through for his city and his teammates.

“When you see the joy on their faces there’s nothing like it. It’s such a special feeling,” Bregman explained.

Justin Verlander will get the start for the ‘Stros Tuesday in Los Angeles against Rich Hill of the Dodgers. First pitch is at 7:20 and coverage on Sports Talk 790 starts at 5.


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