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Astros Pummel Twins, One Win Shy of Advancing

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The defending World Series champion Houston Astros are now just one win why of advancing to their seventh consecutive ALCS appearance. Their convincing 9-1 victory was nothing short of dominate. Here's how they did it.


The Astros threw out Christian Javier to the mound and he did exactly what was asked. He threw 5 scoreless innings of just one hit ball in route to his impressive start. The likes of Hunter Brown, Bryan Abreu, Phil Maton, and Rafeal Montero threw 4 innings of just one run ball to follow up Javier's start.


The Astros offense continues to hit the cover off the ball. Led by Yordan Alvarez and Jose Abreu, the Astros offense got to Twins' Sonny Gray quickly. Gray lasted just 4 innings, in which he gave up 8 hits and 4 earned runs.


The Houston Astros dynasty has been nothing short of impressive. It's been impressive to see a team last at such a high level for so many years in a sport where that is unlikely. Later today, that dynasty could continue as the Astros will look to wrap up the ALDS and advance to yet another ALCS appearance.

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