Astros can’t hold early lead, fall to Royals in Game 5 of ALDS - Ultimate Astros
Royals starter Cueto tosses eight dominant innings to pace Kansas City.
Johnny Cueto pitches Royals to ALDS victory | astros.com
In the biggest game of his career, right-hander Johnny Cueto delivered, holding down the Astros for eight innings on two hits and two runs while helping the Royals secure a 7-2 victory in Game 5 of the American League Division Series on Wednesday night, sending them on to face the Blue Jays in the AL Championship Series.
The Royals advanced to the ALCS for the second straight year with a 7-2 Game 5 win over the Astros in the ALDS Wednesday night.
Astros manager A.J. Hinch waited at the top step of the visitors’ dugout Wednesday night as his ace lefthander solemnly strolled off the mound while the sellout crowd at Kauffman Stadium danced in aisles.
Astros Carlos Correa a special, humble player | astros.com
KANSAS CITY -- A day later and the memories lingered for Astros rookie Carlos Correa. It was bugging him.
Five reasons why the Astros lost Game 5 of the ALDS - Ultimate Astros
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Photos: Astros fans gather to watch Game 5 of ALDS - Ultimate Astros
Fans gather to watch deciding game of ALDS.
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Here's everything that happened in the historically bizarre 7th inning of the Blue Jays-Rangers Game 5 - SBNation.com
There will never be an inning like this again. Send the whole thing to Cooperstown and bury it.