Jose Abreu is continuously contributing to the cause of the Houston Astros.
This Sunday, October 22, the final champions of the World Series They are looking for a pass for the third year in a row. Minute Maid Park celebrated Game 6 of the Championship Series of the American League between the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers. The locals need a win to qualify for the World Series.
They started forward against Nate Eovaldi with contributions from Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman, and Yordan Alvarez. The latter drove in the game’s first with a hit to center field.
THEN The Texas Rangers tied and led with a pair of home runs. In the second inning, Mitch Garver He tied the score with a solo home run. Then to the bedroom, Jonah Heim He came back with another four-corner hit to right field, this time with a runner on base. Three for one.
Eovaldi He continued to do his job from the box, even though he was counted out in the sixth round.
Yordan Alvarez, He started the inning with a line drive up the middle, his second hit of the night. Behind it, he touched Jose Abreu.
A Cuban hit a fastball inside 93.8 miles per hour from right on a no-strike count. He hit the ball on the ground between first and second, on the other side. The ball went to right field uncaught. Jordan He cannot pass intermediate.
However, he later scored on a sacrifice fly from Mauricio Dubón, which made the score three for two. There is a game in Houston.
Following Jose Abreuit was his undisputed 10th postseason. This is the first time in his career that he has reached double figures.
In total, he has had 19 hits in the playoffs. At that amount, he tied Jose Canseco in the ranks of players born in Cuba. He is one step away from being the 11th to reach 20.