Kick Me Out Of the Ballgame
The Nationals weren’t happy with a controversial call. Manager Dave Martinez wasn’t asking the umpires for hotel recommendations when he got ejected during the 7th inning stretch.
Coaches Reaction: Priceless
Two of Juan Soto’s childhood coaches watched him hit a bomb in Game 6.
Houston Texans star JJ Watt suffered a season-ending injury on Sunday. He had surgery on a torn pectoral muscle on Tuesday but still had his Astros gear waiting in recovery.
Watt was impressed by Soto’s power display.
Dancing their way to Game 7
Our Jesus Ortiz caught the Nationals dancing their way to the bus after their big win. Fernando Rodney was the DJ.
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Look Good, Play Good
Yuli Gurriel and the Astros rolled into Minute Maid Park looking good enough to win a championship.
Look Good, Cheer Good
Astros Fans showed up in style as well.
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Pro Post of the Day
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is thankful for a successful rookie year.
Fan Posts of the Day
Running back Leonard Fournette of the Jacksonville Jaguars shared some love for a former classmate at LSU, Alex Bregman.
The Houston Rockets wore their best Astros gear as they hit the road.
On the other side of the diamond, the Nationals got a shoutout from The Great Eight, Alexander Ovechkin.
2016 – Aroldis Chapman got the final eight outs to record the save as the Cubs stayed alive, winning Game 5 of the World Series 3-2.
2015 – 20-year-old Raul Adalberto Mondesi became the first player of the modern era to make his major league debut in a World Series game.
2013 – The Boston Red Sox won the World Series, defeating the Cardinals in six games. David Ortiz was named the MVP.
2010 – Neftali Feliz, 22, surpassed Nolan Ryan as the second-youngest man to save a game in the Series; Bob Welch set the record at age 21 in 1978. The win by the Rangers – partially owned by Ryan – is the first World Series victory by a Texas-based team.
1984 – Detroit’s Willie Hernandez won the 1984 American League Cy Young Award.
Osmer Morales (b. 1992)
Anderson Hernandez (b. 1982)
Jonathan Albaladejo (b. 1982)
Luis Matos (b. 1978)
Jose Escobar (b. 1960)
Houston Jiménez (b. 1957)
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