Jordan Alvarez turns the green light for the Houston Astros’ second World Series title in six seasons and Dusty Baker’s first title as a coach with a 4-1 victory over the team. Philadelphia Phyllis At Game 6 on Saturday night.
With Alvarez’s 450-foot blast gone in the sixth inning, the Astros’ Framber Valdes jumped and screamed loudly into the dugout as fans in the 42,948 crowd went into a frenzy waving their orange towels.
Baker finally earned his first title in his 25th season as manager, the past three since the Astros hired him to help the team regain credibility after the signal-stealing scandal that cost manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Lono their jobs, and made Houston the most hated team in baseball.
73-year-old Baker, who was in World Championship Twice before as captain he is the oldest tournament director.
Houston’s coaching and coaching staff circled Baker after Nick Castellanos flew to finish him, jumped up and down, and exclaimed “Dusty! Dusty! Dusty!” in the dugout before they join the players on the field.
Homer Alvarez cleared the eye of the straight-center hitter, a backhand that stretches 40 feet above the field, and made it 3-1. This was the first time the Cuban player had contacted since the first two games of this season.
Cristian Vazquez added a single from RBI later in the inning to make it 4-1.
Valdez claimed his second win in the series. He was in dugout just a few minutes after his 93rd and final throw as he shot nine on six runs.
But the left-winger came off the hill with the wild-card Phillies leading 1-0 over Homer’s singles Kyle Schwarber, ahead of the sixth.
Schwarber, who has beaten Homer for the third time in the past four games, circled the bases, waving his empty hand raised in the same motion as the crowd with their towels.
But by the time Schwarber took the hit for eighth, the home NL captain had switched to bunting, trying for a hit to spark off Phillies Kamen’s attack. His speed fell into a two-stroke error, resulting in the knockout.
In the sixth inning, Houston had two base runners against rookie Zach Wheeler for the first time in the game, with Jose Altuve coming in strong after a heavy blow and rookie rookie Jeremy Pena.
Velez coach Rob Thompson went to left-handed Jose Alvarado to take on the left-footed hitter for the fourth time in a streak that Alvarez was knocked out twice and hit on court in the first three.
Alvarado had only allowed three home hitters to drop hitters in his six major league seasons, up to his 2-1 home run, when Alvarez smashed the 99-mph ball.
Alvarez hadn’t arrived since Game Two of the AL Division Series against Seattle, when his second half shot in the sixth inning put him on standby. This came after his shot at the end of the game, three rounds in Game 1 to win 8-7.
Houston won the top 106 MLS titles and reached its fourth world championship during a period in which it reached the AL Championship Series six seasons in a row. The Astros made their only other World Championship appearance in 2005, while they were still in the National League, and were swept away in four games by the Chicago White Sox.
It was the third ALCS tournament and the second consecutive World Championship since former Astros player Mike Ferris revealed after the 2019 season, when he had left Houston for two years since he was part of their 2017 tournament, as the team used a camera in the center. Steal the signals and signals of the hitters on the pitches that can be expected by clicking on the trash.
Philadelphia was between 22 and 29 when Joe Gerardi was fired in early June and replaced by bench coach Thompson, the 59-year-old baseball player who got his first chance as a major league coach was on the Yankees’ big team for 10 seasons with Gerardi, and was part From his last world championship and title in 2009.
Velez finished the regular season 65-46 under Thompson, racking up a fine 87 victories for sixth and final NL playoffs, en route to his first world championship since 2009.