Altuve buried the White Sox and outplayed Jackson and Mantle in home runs

Altuve buried the White Sox and outplayed Jackson and Mantle in home runs

José Altuve shone again in the postseason, this Tuesday with a historic day where he beat Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle with more home runs in the postseason.

Altuve, who was active at the bases and scored every he reached on a base, defined the commitment to his 19th home run in the playoffs. The Venezuelan found two runners in the top of the ninth and the first pitch sent her down left field.

The Venezuelan found two runners in the top of the ninth and the first pitch sent her down left field.

The Astros extended the lead with that homer and knocked out the Chicago White Sox by a score of 10 runs to 1.

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'Astroboy' finished the day 5-3, with 4 runs scored, 3 RBIs and closed the series with a .313 batting average.

On the sidereal offensive

After a game 3, where the white legs pitchers dominated the sidereal bats, in game 4 the visiting bats were unleashed.

Carlos Correa went around the board in the third with a double and from then on it was all from Houston.

Martín Maldonado in the fourth brought one with a single and Alex Bregman drove in two more with a double.

Michael Brantley also got into the batting party with an RBI in the sixth and eighth innings.

Now the Astros will face off with the Boston Red Sox in the American League Championship Series.

 

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