The Astros tie the World Series against the Phillies with a no-hit, no-run game

A massive throwing gem made by throwers Houston Astros in game four from World Seriesand no strike no run game Combined over the course of nine innings to win 5-0 Philadelphia Phillieswith which it binds Autumn Classic 2-2.

Christian Xavier started for the Astros, went six complete innings and only missed a perfect game as he gave up two walks; he destroyed nine enemies.

In the relay, when Houston was already up 5-0 because of the runs scored in the fifth inning, Bryan Abreu he pitched an inning by striking out all three of his batters.

He followed in the eighth inning Raphael Monterowho hit the opponent and continued with the same inertia not accepting unstoppable.

The ninth arrived, with a press on Ryan Pressly to close out the game without a hit or run, he got into trouble by giving up a base, but he hit one and was able to get the inning and close out the game as a historic, first of its kind in the World Series.

They make history!

The Astros entered the record books with just second no-hitter in Fall Classic history and first combined.

This was the Astros’ run in the fifth inning

Chas McCormick, Jose Altuve Mr Jeremy Rock They strung together singles to fill the Astros’ house, so there was a pitching change, the starter out Aaron Nola that he would bear defeat and entered Joseph Alvarado.

However, the reliever was unable to overcome Jordan Alvarezwhich sent McCormick to the box office with a run in the pool after walking the field while the house was still full.

It’s time for Alex Bregmanwho doubled over right field, driving in two runs to make it 3-0, and the danger continued with men on second and third base with no outs.

The first third out was on a sacrifice bunt Kyle Tucker, a fourth-run drive in front of Alvarez’s legs; Bregman advanced to third base at the same time and then scored to make it 5-0 with a single Yuli Gurriel.

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