The Astros won their second World Championship in franchise history, beating the Phillies in six matches

The Houston Astros They are the world champions again.

The Astros came home in Game 6 with a 4-1 score to beat Philadelphia Phyllis In six games.

It’s the second World Championship Title in the history of the franchise.

Houston won the last three games of the series after losing two games to one – they became the first team to win the World Championship at their home ground since the Boston Red Sox in 2013.

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Jose Altuve #27 of the Houston Astros celebrates after defeating the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 to win the 2022 World Championship in Game Six of the 2022 World Championships at Minute Maid Park on November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.
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Game 6 was the bowler’s duel, and it was expected to be where Framber Valdez and Zach Wheeler traded zeros for five straight rounds, combining 13 hits in that span. But in the sixth inning, Kyle Schwarber had had enough. He set up Homer solo to lead the game – this was his sixth home run in his last 11 games and his third in his last four. It was also Valdez’s first home to be allowed in Minute Maid Park since July 3.

However, Wheeler ran into a problem, putting runners on corners with one exit. Rob Thompson snatched him so left-wing Jose Alvarado could take on Jordan Alvarez.

It didn’t matter – Alvarez rolled three home runs over the hitter’s eye in the middle of the field at 450 feet to give the Astros a 3-1 lead. Sure, Thompson may have been kicking himself for too long. Christian Vasquez added one RBI song after that with just a few hits.

This gave Valdez the win. He only allowed this two-stroke run and two-stroke walk while hitting nine in his six innings of action. This was his third straight game by nine strokes, and he’s down to 1.44 ERA this post-season.

Jordan Alvarez #44 of the Houston Astros celebrates after winning a three-way race at home against the Philadelphia Phillies during the sixth inning in Game Six of the 2022 World Championships at Minute Maid Park on November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.

Jordan Alvarez #44 of the Houston Astros celebrates after winning a three-way race at home against the Philadelphia Phillies during the sixth inning in Game Six of the 2022 World Championships at Minute Maid Park on November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.
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Hector Neres, Brian Abreu and Ryan Presley combined in three goalless rounds to win the title. The Houston Bullpen finished the preseason with 0.83 ERA, the lowest by any team in a single period. Since 1990, the Cincinnati Reds have had a 0.29 ERA.

Dusty Baker finally took home the world title as a manager. He became a director for the first time in 1993, receiving three Director of the Year awards, but was missing that coveted episode. On his third Fall Classic appearance (his first was in 2002), he finally got one.

Manager Dusty Baker #12 of the Houston Astros looks on during the national anthem before Game 6 of the 2022 World Championships between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on Saturday, November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.

Manager Dusty Baker #12 of the Houston Astros looks on during the national anthem before Game 6 of the 2022 World Championships between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on Saturday, November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.
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Jeremy Pena is likely to be named World Player of the Year In his rookie season Who had to replace Carlos Correa. Pena would become the first player in MLB history to win both ALCS and World Series MVPs in the same season—eight players winning NLCS and World Series MVPs simultaneously.

Bryce Harper’s dominant performance in the losing effort might be forgotten – he hit 0.349 in this post-season with an additional 13 base strokes, one shy of tying the record shared by Randy Arrosarina (2020) and David Freeze (2011).

In games 4 through 6, Phillies hit only 0.101 (9 vs 89).

Jordan Astros #44 of the Houston Astros celebrates his three home runs against the Philadelphia Phillies with teammate Jeremy Pena #3 of the Houston Astros during the sixth inning in Game Six of the 2022 World Series at Minute Maid Park on November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.

Jordan Astros #44 of the Houston Astros celebrates his three home runs against the Philadelphia Phillies with teammate Jeremy Pena #3 of the Houston Astros during the sixth inning in Game Six of the 2022 World Series at Minute Maid Park on November 5, 2022 in Houston, Texas.
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The Astros have become loathed in recent years due to their 2017 world title arguably tainted by their signal-stealing scheme. There are rumors that Jose Altuve also wore a wire during his ALCS career in 2019, although this has never been proven.

This was the Astros’ fourth World Championship appearance since 2017 – they had lost their previous two trips to the Washington Nationals in 2019 and Atlanta Braves last year. Was it karma? Was it just not being able to get over the hump without cheating? Who knows.

But at this point, say what you want about the organization – anyone’s hatred should now be simply out of jealousy.

The fact of the matter is that they know what it takes to get it done. They produce talent like it’s nobody’s business, and they’re going to be a nightmare for everyone until, well, we all have to wait.