The Texas Rangers vs Houston Astros — Game 1

World Series: Framber Valdez and Astros Even Series With Game 2 Win

The Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros squared off last night on the last game of the American League Championship Series. The Rangers made it all the way back to the World Series after being swept by the Tigers in the ALCS and the Astros made it to the World Series after just one game.

The Astros began this series with a huge lead, one that was taken into effect in the 8th inning. In that inning, Lance McCullers, Jr. walked with two outs and scored on a single by Mark Lowe from the first base side. Lowe’s single scored an RBI. The Rangers had runners in scoring positions in the 1st and 3rd innings.

In the 9th inning, the Astros scored three times with two outs. Carlos Lee hit a one-out single and eventually scored when Adam Johnson’s ball hit the dirt. Lee was able to make the bases loaded with two outs. The Astros then got runs in scoring position in the 11th inning. Brad Peacock hit a leadoff double and scored on an Astros error. Peacock was able to eventually reach base after being moved to third by Jeff Keppinger’s throw.

In the bottom of the 11th, the Astros scored their final run after a wild pitch with 2 outs. Lance McCullers hit a single and eventually scored on an RBI double by Brandon Barnes.

The Rangers managed to salvage the game but their fate is now tied to the Astros. The Rangers did not score a run at all in the last half of the game. The Rangers scored two runs in the top of the first inning. First, Brett Gardner hit an RBI single and scored when the Astros left fielder botched the throw and scored a base hit on the ground. Then Gardner hit a leadoff double and scored on a fielder’s choice by the Astros second baseman.

In the bottom of the inning, the Astros scored three runs off of a one-out RBI single by Brad Peacock. Peacock followed up with a leadoff walk and scored when Austin Barnes singled him home. Peacock was able to reach base after being pushed to second by a throw from the Astros third baseman. In the 10th inning, the Astros

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