World Championship Game 2 Live: Homer Alex Bregman Extends Houston Astros Lead Over Philadelphia Phillies | World Championship

main events

Run singles scoring! (Phelez) Phillies 2-5 Astros

Phillies 2-5 Astros, top ninth inning

Brandon Marsh is next, and represents Philadelphia’s last hope. Take the field outside. 1-0. Marsh swings and hits a song that records Boom and keeps the Phillies alive!

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top ninth inning

Jane Segura is next. He takes a search strike and then checks his swing. 1-1. Segura makes a foul outside the next court. 1-2. Next stadium? This is low and far. 2-2. Segura hits a routine flying ball. Phillies has come to an end from Game 2.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top ninth inning

Alec Boom takes the ball, then shoots. 1-1. Bohm takes a healthy swing at this show and hits a double that luckily, for Houston, stays on the court.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top ninth inning

Ryan Presley is the next bowler and faces Castellanos. Yes, I’ve been trying to come up with an Elvis-inspired pun to unleash his looks but, you know, it’s been two long days. Just create one of your own, and maybe include something about “leaving the building”.

Presley’s first throw is a hit. 0-1. Castellanos checks his swing on the next court, a called ball. 1-1. The next pitch is called a hit, so it doesn’t matter if he checks his swing. 1-2. The next pitch is out of the way, obviously an attempt to get the hitter to go to a hunting fair. he did not do. 2-2. Castellanos missed the next pitch. Still 2-2. The next pitch is a shaky change that Castellanos cannot achieve. Two outs left.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom eighth inning

Gurriel might be the last Astros hitter we see in this game. He takes the ball and then misses the field. 1-1. Climb on the next pitch. 1-2. Then he golfs the field to the court to exit the final round. To the top of the ninth, the last call to Philadelphia!

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom eighth inning

Kyle Tucker immediately stopped. two down. Astros hitters may have pressed the “simulate game to finish” button.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom eighth inning

Brad Hand received a poor hand as he will have to keep the Astros off the board at the bottom of the eighth, then hope his team can erase a four-stroke deficit with just three. This will be a bigger comeback than yesterday’s match.

Bergmann’s first hand throw is a hit. 0-1. This is the next pitch. 0-2. Burgman gets it wrong next time. It’s still 0-2. Meanwhile, Houston’s closest Ryan Presley is monument in the Houston Bullpen.

A hand throws a ball to Bergman, who does not display it. 1-2. In 1-2, Bergman missed once. 1-2 still. He’s not making any contact on his next swing, so he’s out.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

Can Harper and Phillies take advantage of the defensive error? Well, he took the first two pitches he saw for balls. 2-0. This is the quality thumper number of the quality thumper. However, Harper cannot connect to his home run cutoff. 2-1. On the next court, he climbs high and reaches the field where the short player, playing out of position, manages to smash him in the final match of the inning.

See also  Braves have split a 4-game series with the Mets

I should have thought this was Philly’s best chance to get back into this, even though they would have at least three other teams to work with.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

Realmuto hits a runway that Houston Stadium can’t do. Stott gets third base in the play. Realmuto is initially safe. This brings up Bryce Harper with two men.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

Hoskins is next, with Stott still in first place. After taking the ball, Hoskins takes a strong swing and gets nothing. 1-1. On the next pitch, he takes the second hit. Houston fans, after the two took a hit near home, feel more invested in acquiring these leftovers. They raise their voice to try to strike.

This time he succeeded, Hoskins explodes.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

So, Schwarber returned to the batter box after 2-2. Another huge volleyball hits.. the park just holds. Oh, wow, Phillies might look at that bat as a momentum killer if they keep losing this World Championship. Instead of running at home twice, he’s just the first to come out of the inning.

It’s called a foul ball, which is the right call I think. So this isn’t actually my home run twice. Oh man, it looked like deja vu for Houston for a moment.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

Sorry for the long delay between updates, it was taking too long. Schwarber is next, with a runner at the start and no one outside. takes the ball. 1-0. He takes another ball. 2-0. I think being patient with this jug is key. Schwarber decided he’d rather take a hunk and come out empty. 2-1. The next pitch is great, Montero paints the corner with four other assistants only on black. 2-2. The next ball is hit straight but is foul and out of play. 2-2.

And Schwarber hits in a big race at home and that’s fair! It’s a twice-home race…or is it? Rulers may verify this.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top eighth inning

Bryson Stott is now off to Philadelphia. Montero is still on the hill for Houston. He made Stott drop the 0-2 counter almost immediately. Stott fouled on the field and then took the ball. 1-2. Next pitch, fastball at 97 mph in four stitches…on the corner. 2-2. Monteiro goes to the same court and Stott misses. He will do the same next time. It’s a seven-pitch hit already even though he’s 0-2 behind.

Make Those Eight Pitches: Stott misses another show. Still 2-2. and again. Well, now I’m starting to get into this. Can he survive to see the eleventh pitch? yes! I got this wrong, too. Pitch 11! This is a bit high. Three ball! 3-2. Here comes the twelfth degree of at-bat. This one’s low and Stott has earned himself from a walk.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom seventh inning

Alvarez is ahead and 0-2 behind. This run started promising for the Astros but they came down to one hit. The next pitch is a ball, as it is next. 2-2. Then he swings and misses to finish the run and we go for eighth.

See also  Giants-Jaguars, Week 7: Live updates

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom seventh inning

Peña is next. He takes the first ball, swings and misses, hits with one mistake. If he hits him looking, he has gone through all possible hits that don’t result in an exit or hit.

Oh my God, Altuve was caught stealing on the next pitch. However, it is a ball. So it’s 2-2 in Peña. He just slips under the next court and rises high. This is two bets in one bet without the benefit of double play. efficiency!

Phillies 1-5 Astros, bottom seventh inning

Altuve starts from the bottom of the seventh. It’s as if one more round is going to shut down this round for the Astros. Conor Brogdon promotes Philadelphia. Brogdon gets Altuve free swinging at the 0-2 hole. Up for a foul on the next pitch to stay alive. It’s still 0-2. He then goes well out of the strike zone to hit a single dodger on the right field. How? I still can’t figure it out.

Seventh half extension

I try to include a copy of “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” every extension of the seventh inning, as old readers know.

They will also know that I usually try to trick them into listening to Frank Zappa’s completely disrespectful version.

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top seventh inning

Buses are empty, Montero takes a hit on Nick Mattoon “Otto”. Mattoon takes the hit looking. 0-1. The next stadium is outside. 1-1. He swings on the third pitch and goes out to finish the inning. The seventh inning is upon us!

Sacrifice fly (Philips) Phillies 1-5 Astros

Phillies 1-5 Astros, top seventh inning

Montero makes Segura fly but that would take Castellanos out of third. Phillies on the board!

My notes tell me that Rafael Monteiro is coming here to perform for Houston. He will face Jean Segura.

Velez 0-5 Astros, top seventh inning

Pom has one of Philadelphia’s best chances of scoring in the game. Valdez is still on the hill. He takes the first ball. 1-0. With a score of 1-0, Bom was disqualified, although he at least moved the sprinter into third place.

And here comes Dusty Baker to remove Valdez, who is receiving a well-deserved standing ovation at Minute Maid Park.

Velez 0-5 Astros, top seventh inning

Valdez faces Castellanos who is on a full count, pushing him over the pitch 100 count. Maybe this is his last mixture? At 3-2, he scored a brace on the field and has Velez as a primary lead.

Oh, wow, Valdez is back there. Now he is just showing off.

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom sixth inning

Maldonado is next. takes a swinging blow. 0-1. Next throw, that’s another swing shot. 0-2. On the next court, Pilati throws one way out to see if Maldonado catches up. is not going to. 1-2. The next pitch he throws… will make him chase. Hits to end the inning. To the seventh, where Velez desperately needs to start to fall apart.

See also  2022 World Cup Schedule - Groups, Calendar, Match Schedule, Brackets

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom sixth inning

McCormick is next. He sees a slide of the ball and then throws a similar blow. The next playground is a road, a road, a road out. 2-1. McCormick misses the next pitch. 2-2. He established the second place. two down.

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom sixth inning

Andrew Bellati is here promoting Phils. Diaz is the hitter for the Astros, who should be happy to dig into the weaker part of the Philadelphia ball. Not Diaz though, he has appeared on the field in two stadiums.

Velez 0-5 Astros, top sixth inning

Valdez Harper pushes to double play on one court. Maybe that’s the case for Valdez and you can’t say he didn’t give Houston everything he has today.

Velez 0-5 Astros, top sixth inning

Realmuto had a penchant for drama this post-season. Can he get Philadelphia on the board? He tried to make his first hit, but missed a Valdez sinker. 0-1. Then he takes the ball. 1-1. He missed the next two pitches. 1-2. Valdez’s next pitch is a high speed ball that Realmuto rushes into and can’t hit.

Velez 0-5 Astros, top sixth inning

Valdez confronts Hoskins, who hits her eyes. That’s two on and no one outside. Is Valdez, at 88 pitches, finally tired?

Velez 0-5 Astros, top sixth inning

Valdes thinks he got Schwarber to shoot on the field 2-2 but instead calls it the ball. As is the next stadium. Schwarber is at the base of a Phillies team that desperately needs key players.

Email from David Howell:

note…

Were the Astros, presumably aware of Houston’s shots-making reputation when the championship is at stake, eager to secure their title during Game One so the Phillies could excel in the series? This team seems to have planned everything else…

This is the kind of thing baseball The gods tend to frown, so I doubt that. Then again, they were just rewarded for that phony game-delaying maneuver in the final inning, so perhaps Houston is behind the good and the bad.

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom fifth inning

Gurriel started to finish the inning, but the Phillies are now on a 5-0 hole and they don’t have as many naysayers to work with them as they did after falling into the same hole in Game 1.

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom fifth inning

Wheeler issues a four-in-the-court rally to Kyle Tucker. He seems upset after running on his land.

2 home run run! (Astros) Phillies 0-5 Astros

Velez 0-5 Astros, bottom fifth inning

Well, back to the actual baseball game. Wheeler throws two straight balls to Burgman. 2-0. On the next court, he hits home! The Astros are leading 5-0.

Or maybe this is where Phillies want them?

The call on the field is upright and Houston lost a challenge they should have kept for a more important moment in the game.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.