That feels like a first for the game. Astros 2-1 Phillies, bottom 7th inningAbreu is back out to at least start pitching in the bottom of the seventh. He’ll be facing Hoskins, who falls behind 1-2. This has been a strike-heavy game in general and both bullpens have been stellar. Hoskins then fouls off a few pitches to stay alive. Also a lot of foul balls this game. That’s what happens when you have strike-throwing pitchers and patient, crafty hitters.
On the fifth pitch of the at-bat, he grounds out to short and somehow this is still a 2-1 game. Astros 2-1 Phillies, top 7th inningStill, there’s a runner on third with less than two outs. This is going to be tricky for the Phillies. Or maybe not. McCormick hits into a fielder’s choice and the Phillies are able to tag Gurriel out in the midst of a rundown. McCormick takes second on the play, but it’s now two outs in the inning.
Pressly’s now facing Rhys Hoskins who fouls off his first offering for strike one. He fouls the next pitch off. Still 0-2. Hoskins fouls the next one off, staying alive. One has to imagine we’re seeing a ball outside the zone here. And we do. Of course, that was something that Hoskins was also expecting. He lays off. He can’t lay off on the next pitch, however. He strikes out swinging and the Astros are two outs away from victory. Astros 3-2 Phillies, top 9th inningAltuve is up for what seems like the 187th time today.
Except Hoskins strikes out looking right as I type that. Seventh Inning StretchThat “Xanadu” guy used to be one heck of a dancer! Astros 2-1 Phillies, top 7th inningDominquez is one out away from getting out of this inning without allowing a run to score, which would be impressive. He gets ahead of Maldonado 0-2. That’s a start. The next pitch is a ball and Maldonado can only foul away the next pitch.
Not a bad strategy with Bohm, but it doesn’t work here. It works the next time though, with a pitch just a little closer. Maybe that was the plan all along. Pitchers are crafty that way. The Phillies have five outs left. Astros 3-1 Phillies, bottom 8th inningRafael Montero is out to try to prevent the Phillies from putting together another comeback after seeing what they did in Game 1. He falls behind Castellanos 2-0 but gets him to first swing at a strike and then take one. Castellanos looks at a ball.
He fouls off Abreu’s first fastball. On 0-1, he fouls off another. That one’s 100 mph, so the fact that other human beings can even connect on pitches like that will forever boggle my mind. The next pitch? Slider outside. Harper successfully checks his swing (or at least the umpires determine that he does) on the next ball. Then, Harper pops up to end the inning. That was a 1-2-3 inning for Abreu and the Phillies have just six more outs to play with. Astros 2-1 Phillies, bottom 7th inningAbreu gets Realmuto to strike out swinging on three pitches.
Two-run deficit. Fans singing “Seven Nation Army. ” It’s a tense situation, especially if you’re not a fan of that particular chant. Segura seems to respond to it just fine, he hits a single to right field that scores Castellanos! It’s 3-2. Stott represents the tying run at third base! Dusty Baker goes to his pen! Astros 3-1 Phillies, bottom 8th inningStott gets ahead of Montero 2-0.
Robertson’s next pitch bounces and only a good effort from Realmuto keeps Altuve from scoring on that. The next pitch is also outside. Then Álvarez hits a ground ball to first and that’s the only play to make. Álvarez scores, Peña makes it to second. We have a pitching change! It’s the venerable Dave Robertson coming on with the Phillies in a massive pickle. This isn’t quite a white flag but it will be a minor miracle if the Phillies are able to keep the Astros from scoring in yet another runner-on-third with no-outs situation. Astros 2-1 Phillies, top 8th inningPeña hits a base hit and Altuve, who was off on the pitch, makes third base easily. With that successful hit-and-run, the Astros have runners on the corners with nobody out.
So, thankfully, that’s the end of that particular narrative. The Houston Astros have a 3-2 lead over the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2022 World Series. They will have two chances to win their next championship when the series resumes in Minute Maid Park on Saturday. Astros win! Astros 3-2 Phillies, FINALAstros 3-2 Phillies, FINALCastellanos takes a massive cut on Pressly’s first pitch and gets absolutely nothing. 0-1.
Astros 2-1 Phillies, top 8th inningDominguez is out again to start the eighth inning, trying to keep this at a one-run deficit. Note: both teams have an off-day tomorrow for travel and the season will last, at most, two more games. We’re in “all hands on deck” territory. Dominguez falls behind 0-3 on Altuve, who eventually walks on a 3-2 pitch. Astros 2-1 Phillies, bottom 7th inningHarper is here to try to salvage the seventh for Philadelphia.
Not with Schwarber representing the winning run. He fouls off the first pitch he sees. He takes a pitch low. He swings and misses! That’s a big one. Pressly can escape this jam if he can finagle one more strike. And he does! He flies out right to Mancini, who has replaced Gurriel at first base. It remains a one-run game heading into the ninth! Astros 3-2 Phillies, bottom 8th inningRyan Pressly, the Astros closer, is up next. He will face Brandon Marsh whose number one goal here is to drive in Stott and his second goal has to be: just not ground into a double play with Castellanos at first base.
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Still 3-2. That one is inside and that’s a leadoff walk issued by Montero. There is good sports news for Philadelphia. The Eagles are now 8-0 for the first time in franchise history after defeating the Texans 29-17. Astros 3-1 Phillies, top 8th inningPeña is on third after the long flyout. Trey Mancini at the plate, where he works a full count and while he does so, Bregman steals second. So, both runners are in scoring position but it doesn’t matter as Mancini swings and misses to end the inning. Still, the Astros have tacked on a run and time is running out for the Phillies to answer. Astros 3-1 Phillies, top 8th inningTucker is up next, he fouls off the first ball he sees and then hits a ball into the outfield that Castellanos runs down, somewhat surprisingly considering his regular season defensive struggles.
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