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Old 10-13-2019, 08:47 PM   #1751 (permalink)
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Ror. Actually home tonight, but watching and smoking ribs on the back porch. Lead foot is there though.

Wild game so far.
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2out and a walk and Verlander is out of the game
Interesting that there was a guy waiting for him with a cup we must assume was Gatorade
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Astros really ended a run there, but noooooo.

On to the 9th.
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Astros really ended a run there, but noooooo.



On to the 9th.


Astros offense needs to figure something out. I知 hoping Correa drills one in the 9th.


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They got the first run playing small ball since then they have been trying to hit homeruns and have been striking out
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Has anyone else noticed that what ever the situation the team batting is the best at it?
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Has anyone else noticed that what ever the situation the team batting is the best at it?


Unless it痴 having a 5 head contest with Joe Buck.


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I'll take your word for that and not ask how you know

Well the Yankees pitcher just walked 2 pitching change
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Correa Home run bottom of the 11
Astros 3 Yankees 2 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Corrrea!!!!! Series tied 1-1. Hope New York is ready for a Cole front.


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I'm dragging after being at the Astros game last night with a 15 month old, but it was worth it and she loved it. Yay coffee

I was surprised how few yankees fans were there. They have so many t-shirt fans everywhere that they are usually represented, but not last night. I had to look to spot a couple while walking around the stadium.
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I'm dragging after being at the Astros game last night with a 15 month old, but it was worth it and she loved it. Yay coffee

I was surprised how few yankees fans were there. They have so many t-shirt fans everywhere that they are usually represented, but not last night. I had to look to spot a couple while walking around the stadium.
From the sound on the TV the crowd went wild when Judge hit his homerun.
At one point one of the idiot announcers said it had taken the crowd out yet the background noise was the same, which led me to ask if the game was being played in NY. Of course it was nothing like the roar when Correa hit his in the 11
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HOUSTON -- When a game is knotted 2-2 for six innings and 15 pitchers are needed between the two teams to get through all 11 innings, identifying one defining moment can be a bit challenging.

Pushing aside the gutty pitching performances from each side and one dramatic walk-off home run, it痴 fair to say that a key defensive play in the sixth inning loomed large in the Astros 3-2 win in 11 innings Sunday night at Minute Maid Park in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series.

Carlos Correa's homer in the 11th won the game, but his heads-up defensive wizardry five innings earlier probably saved it. Had he not made a pinpoint throw to nail DJ LeMahieu at the plate to end the Yankees' sixth, it's possible the game would have ended after nine innings, with New York prevailing by one run and heading back to Yankee Stadium with a 2-0 advantage in the best-of-seven series.

"[Correa] talked to me before the game," Jos Altuve said. "And he was like, 遷osey, I think I知 going to do something big tonight. He really did. When he made the play, I was like, 前K, that was the one he was talking about. Then he goes and hits a homer. I love it."

Until the sixth, New York hadn't had a lot of success against Houston right-hander Justin Verlander, but the Yanks showed a little life in that inning with two base hits -- a leadoff single by LeMahieu and a one-out hit by Gleyber Torres -- that threatened to break the 2-2 tie. With LeMahieu on second, Brett Gardner sent a soft liner toward Altuve, who crouched down and nearly snared it. Instead, the ball clanked off his glove and dribbled away, toward Correa, who was positioned behind second base.

LeMahieu, sprinting on contact, made a mad dash home after getting waved around by third-base coach Phil Nevin, but Correa fired a perfect strike that beat LeMahieu to the plate by a couple of steps.

"As an infielder, I know how tough it is to catch a ball that's a line drive right at you in between," Correa said. "So as soon as I knew that it was going to crash in between, I was creeping over. When it hit [Altuve] and I saw the ball go my way, I just went after it. And I grabbed it and when I looked up and I saw [third-base coach Phil Nevin] was sending the runner, I thought, 'Oh, I got this guy.' So I threw him out. I don't know why [Nevin] sent him, but thank you."

From the dugout, Yankees manager Aaron Boone thought the ball skipped further off Altuve's glove than it actually did. He supported Nevin's decision to wave LeMahieu around to try to score.

"It was an absolute send from where I was standing. I'm right behind third base there," Boone said. "Great heads-up play by Correa, to be in that position, to catch it clean, and then obviously with his arm to throw a strike home. So I had no issue with the play at all."

Said LeMahieu: 的 didn稚 see it. I was running. I had my back turned, and I peeked to see where the ball was. I saw Correa had it already. I think it's the right call. He made a great play on it.

Verlander was one of the biggest beneficiaries of the play, given it ended the inning and allowed for him to go back out for the seventh.

The pitcher痴 initial reaction when the ball bounced off Altuve? Precisely, in his words: "Crap."

"And then I saw Carlos coming over," Verlander added. "I know how tremendous his arm is."

Verlander knew what the outcome would be as soon as he saw Correa make the smooth transition between scooping the ball cleanly with his bare hand and planting to make the throw.

"It went from 'Crap' to, 'We got this guy, and we got an extra out,'" Verlander said. "It was just incredible."

According to Statcast, the time on the exchange was 0.8 seconds, and Correa threw the ball 132 feet to home. His throw clocked in at 87 mph, just short of his "max effort" of 88.8 mph he reached on his top 10 percent of his throws in 2019. For reference, 88.8 mph was the second-highest average max effort by a Major League infielder this season.

"When [the ball] hit Jos髓s glove and went to his right, I knew Carlos was right there," catcher Robinson Chirinos said. "Thank God he was aware of what was going on, that the runner was going to home plate. He was calm. He threw a strike to me, and we were able to get the out. Carlos made that play easy, but it was no easy play."
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Turner at first
Eaton flys out to left
Rindon walks, he had 2 strikes then 4 breaking balls in the dirt
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Martenez, ball, called strike, called strike, foul ball, foul, single back to pitcher, Ozuna caught in run down between 2nd and 3rd
Molina foul, foul caught behind home by the catcher
2 out
Edmon called strike, ball, ball, ball, called strike top of the zone, popped up caught by third baseman
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