FIRST PITCH: 7:09 PM CDT
RADIO: ESPN RADIO
ATL leads 1-0
As is customary, the Houston Astros lose a World Series game at home.
As is also customary, apparently, Eddie Rosario went off in the postseason with another two hits last night. He is hitting .379/.423/.682 in his postseason career, which comprises 71 plate appearances over four series in as many years (counting Wild Card games/rounds.) Most of that has come this season — he’s hitting .465 with an OPS over 1.200 in this playoffs alone — but he’s had key extra-base hits and solid single-game performances in previous postseasons, too.
He’s leading off tonight, and I’m probably most invested in him out of any of the 52 players actively rostered. I mean, come on! It’s Eddie! Love him or hate him, you gotta love him.
Max Fried vs. Jose Urquidy. Enjoy the game!
|Eddie Rosario - LF||Jose Altuve - 2B|
|Freddie Freeman - 1B||Michael Brantley - LF|
|Ozzie Albies - 2B||Alex Bregman - 3B|
|Austin Riley - 3B||Yordan Alvarez - DH|
|Jorge Soler - DH||Carlos Correa - SS|
|Joc Pederson - RF||Kyle Tucker - RF|
|Adam Duvall - CF||Yuli Gurriel - 1B|
|Travis d'Arnaud - C||Jose Siri - CF|
|Dansby Swanson - SS||Martin Maldonado - C|
|Max Fried - LHP||Jose Urquidy - RHP|