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Astros Crawfish Boil: October 18th, 2019

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League Championship Series - Houston Astros v New York Yankees - Game Four Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images

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Astros News

Game 4 is in the books and the Astros now stand one win away from their second World Series berth in 3 years (Houston Chronicle)
One of the heroes from Game 3 was Carlos Correa, who is now the youngest player in MLB history to hit 10 postseason homers (La Vida Baseball)
Another was Ryan Pressly, who shut down the heart of the Yankees’ lineup at a pivotal moment in last night’s game (Texas Sports Nation, $$$)
Greinke made the big outs yesterday but wasn’t dominant, and Chirinos took some of the blame for that (
Yankees fans tried to rattle Greinke but he wasn’t listening to any of their nonsense (AP News)
The Astros’ run in the Bronx this postseason is a welcome reversal from their 2017 performance there (The Athletic, $$$)
And they now have a chance to close it out with Verlander on the mound (ESPN)
Oh look, the Astros were cleared of cheating allegations in yet another postseason (Bleacher Report)
Astros fans and wives were out in support at last night’s game (Houston Chronicle)
And this particular fan was all in emotionally (CUT4)
Houston will get a new mural for every Astros win this postseason, and you can follow the progress here (Mission Control)

Around the League

The Yankees are playing some absolutely terrible baseball at the worst possible time (ESPN)
And they look anything but savage at the moment (NY Post)
CC Sabathia’s career has come to an abrupt end after leaving last night’s game with a shoulder injury (
Aaron Boone confirmed that he will be replaced on the roster, meaning he will be ineligible to play for the rest of October (MLB Trade Rumors)
Bryce Harper is feeling just fine watching the Nationals’ World Series run, thank you very much (The Athletic, $$$)