When Sosa’s streak stopped in Houston, Yordon took over — swing complete


By Jerry Diaz/ @Jerryto94

The Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies play Game 6 of the World Series this Saturday, November 5 at Minute Maid Park.

The match went nil-nil after the first two innings, though the tie would be broken early in the second.

A hit by Alec Bohm and Matt Vierling put the Phillies runners on first and second.

Framper Valdez visited the box and quickly composed himself. Edmundo Sosa took a long fly from him through left field before a curveball. There was a thunderous silence in the stadium.

The ball traveled 368 feet, and if it had been a little more left, a home run would have gone over the left field fence at Minute Maid Park. However, in favor of the locals, the brake was broken and on the ground.

Fight between Framper Valdez and Zack Wheeler in Houston.

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