The Astros Work Miracles
We’ve seen the Astros achieve victory time and again when all the odds said the Astros would lose. Remember the come-from behind miracle in Game 2 of the 2017 World Series. How about the even better walk-off win in Game 5. It seemed both games were lost, and if those games were lost, then the World Series would be lost.
But the Astros always seem to work a miracle.
About to got down 2-0 heading into New York in the 2019 ALCS, the score was still tied 2-2 in the 11th inning. The Astros had numerous chances to put the Yanks away, but kept falling short.
But then comes Correa.
First pitch, bottom of the 11th. Correa goes oppo taco. He knows it’s gone. He’s knows he’s just won the game. He knows he’s just put the team on his broad shoulders and taken them to New York with a big win.
He just watched it fly.
And then he began his home run trot, with his hand to his ear, as if to say, “come on people I CAN’T HEAR YOU.”
But only the deaf could not hear the insane deafening roar as they saw the ball explode into the right field bleachers.
And then Carlos ran around the bases, pumping his fist. Another October miracle by the Houston Astros.
And just before getting home, he took off his helmet and pushed up a jump shot. Nothing but net.
A perfect moment.
ASTROS WIN, ASTROS WIN AGAIN.
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