The Astros beat the Rays in ALCS Game 6 to stay alive

The Houston Astros, the villains of the 2020 Baseball, are coming up against 29 other fanbases, the team whose death is expected across the country, will deny the death.

Just three days earlier Tampa were down 3-0 in their ALCS with two rays, with the Astros leveling the series with a 7-4 win in Game 6 on Friday night. Game 7, here we come.

Now that A.L. There is a game with a penalty and a World Series ticket on the line. After completely defeating the Rays in Game 6, the Astros now have plenty of momentum to win the situation they were in – a winner-take-all postseason game.

After trailing 0-0 in the series, the Astros are now only the second team to advance to Game Two, the second most famous 2004 Boston Red Sox to win that game and the subsequent World Series.

The goat of games 2 and 3, Jose Altuwe has now hit like MVP again. George Springer is as dangerous as October October. And a pitcher Framber Valdez was good enough in six innings that you almost don’t remember the Astros without Justin Verlander’s ace. Valdez allowed only three hits, one run and nine runs.

The Rays, meanwhile, have seen everything that helped them make the first three games of the series disappear in recent days. His mighty bullpen began to hit. Randy Aroze was hitless. The defense that seemed ubiquitous at the beginning of the series was wandering to track down the hits after the Astros.

The Rays really hit first – Willie Ames dummies pushed by a run in the second inning on the double – but then, it was all Astros.

The game was won when the fifth inning. Radiation manager Kevin Cash pulled out the starter Black Snell after a walk and a single. Snell was upset because he still hadn’t scored. It turned out to be a bad move by Cash. Diego Castillo, usually a fixed item for Tampa Bay, gave a run to George Springer, who scored two runs at home. Altuv doubled down to bring the other home. After Michael Brantley left, Carlos Correa scored the second run.

You can feel the momentum shift at that time and there. Houston scored second in the sixth inning, two more in the seventh to make it 7-1, the game felt out of reach of Tampa.

Manny Margot began to jump the rays. He hit a solo homer in the seventh, then a two-run shot in the eighth to make it 7-4. The Rays weren’t enough to come back, but they managed to get the Astros closer to Ryan Presley in the game for the ninth inning, which they could take advantage of in the game.

The odd moment of the game did not result in rates on the scoreboard. Yandy Diaz got upset just as he was clearing the restlessness as he walked through Valdez. It was not clear what the beef was until Diaz was upset, which was not something he could hit.

Interestingly, Carlos Correa infiltrated, reopened his vessel, and did not allow Valdez or Astros to be put in the band at that moment.

After losing his first three chances to win the series, Renને got one more shot in Game 7 on Saturday. Manager Kevin Cash will likely turn to Char Charlie Morton. The 36-year-old P te man has a great game experience of his days with the Rays and Astros. He won ALDS Game 2 after pitching five scoreless innings against Houston.

The Astros have a few options. It will include the right-hander Lance Muscular Jr. He is starting an excellent game 2 in which he bowled 11 Ray batsmen while conceding four runs (one earned) in seven innings.

A Game 7 Interesting Fact: When the Astros won the World Series in 2017, the McCullurs started Game 7 against the Dodgers and Morton finished it, and won.