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Houston Astros set all-time record after beating Red Sox

Houston Astros set all-time record after beating Red Sox

The American League Championship Series between the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox is hotter than ever, as equaled two wins per side, they place the tightest key in Major League Baseball (MLB) yet.

When it seemed that another loss was imminent, the offense of the ninth Texan attacked the bullpen of the Patirrojos with everything. José Altuve led the comeback to inspire his teammates and turn the score around.

In this way, both institutions are two triumphs away from sneaking into the World Series, although there is still a long way to go to do so, as the parity in the series has been noted and this aspect is not expected to change.

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The Houston Astros record

After winning at Fenway Park, 9-2, the Houston Astros were in charge of equalizing the Championship Series and also claiming a historic MLB record, because according to Brian McTaggart, a reporter for the Texans, they reached an impressive milestone.

Troop led by Dusty Baker had the most single-inning runs (7) in Postseason history. Can the Astros advance to the World Series and outrun the Red Sox?

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