World Series Game 4: Astros Achieves Consolidated No-Hitter Record

PM 11:29 PM ETESPN Staff The Houston Astros made World Series history with a 5-0 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night with an integrated no-hitter. Considering Philadelphia’s home run blitz in Game 3, this was very impressive. Now the series is tied 2-2 and the Phillies have one more game left at home before returning to Houston where the World Series will be decided. Takeaway. Game 4 Takeaway Don Larsen is no longer the only no-hitter in World Series history. A joint relief effort by Astros Bryan Abreu, Rafael Montero and Ryan Pressly, who beat Cristian Javier’s six innings to achieve the Philadelphia Phillies’ no-hitter record in Game 4. The Phillies managed two runners, leaving Javier at Bryce Harper and Brandon Marsh respectively. Javier finished the night with nine strikeouts, 97 strikeouts, and 63 strikes in six innings with a combination of a four-seam fastball and slider. They finished first in the playoffs according to ESPN Stats and Information. Astros recorded their last regular season no-no on June 25 this season against the New York Yankees. Javier started the game too. He went back to Game 3 and ran 11 innings without a hit, setting the record for longest hitting streak in the postseason with the Yankees in 1939. Meanwhile, the Astros’ attack came alive after conceding a goal in Game 3. Houston had all five runs without a run. Long Ball, Yordan Alvarez, Alex Bregman, Kyle Tucker and Yuli Gurriel all RBI. Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola looked strong in the first four innings, but made a few mistakes in the fifth as Houston scored all the runs. Nolan continued his scoreless streak in four innings with three runs on seven hits and four strikeouts. — Big Nights Pure Reign by Jun LeeJavier. Absolute garbage. The Phillies didn’t respond to Houston Astros starting pitcher Christian Javier, who knocked out Philadelphia in six innings on the mound in Game 4. Javier finished the night after 97 pitches and struck out nine batters in two walks. The World Series started in the evening when he allowed just one run in 6 2/3 innings over two games in the American League Division and Championship Series. Marked one Javier’s amazing postseason continuation. Javier mostly relied on fastballs and sliders throughout the evening. , a four-seam 72% and a slider 26%. The Phillies struggled to make strong contact overnight, hitting 90 mph with just two balls grounded out by Brandon Marsh and Kyle Schwarber in the sixth inning. Philadelphia’s aggressive struggle contrasted dramatically with five homers and seven runs in Game 3. To replace Javier, Astros manager Dusty Baker brought in Bryan Abreu, who scored seven runs without a hitch. outside. — LeeHe is that chin.— Houston Astros (@astros) November 3, 2022 Houston Heat Phillies starter Aaron Nola kept the Astros scoreless in four innings, but the dam broke in the fifth. Houston allowed five runs in the fifth and Astros starting pitcher Cristian Javier took a 5-0 lead with no hits in four innings. Keep fighting.—Houston Astros (@astros) November 3, 2022 We got 5.— Houston Astros (@astros) The onslaught that began with Nola’s Chas McCormick on November 3, 2022, was followed by two more hits by Astros second baseman Jose Altuve and shortstop Jeremy Pena. With no base stolen, Phillies manager Rob Thompson removed Nolan from the game and brought in lefty fireball relief pitcher Jose Alvarado. night run. There, things got worse in Philadelphia as Astros third baseman Alex Bregman placed a double in right field to score Altuve and Pena and extended Houston’s lead 3-0. He had seven hits, four walks and four strikeouts, but the damage didn’t end with Bregman. Astros outfielder Kyle Tucker fired a sacrifice fly from center field to score Alvarez and move Bregman to third base. Yuli Gurriel continued the offensive roll, scoring Bregman and extending Houston’s lead 5-0. The damage occurred while Alvarado struck out Christian Vázquez and Aldemys Díaz to close the inning. — Jun LeeJayme Hoskins buys more beers for fansBeer is the Hoskins family. Before Game 4 of the World Series, Phillies first baseman Rhys’ wife Jayme Hoskins called fans to get a beer at Citizens Bank. If you know a little bit about Park.Baseball, you know where the beer is. jayme (@jaymehoskins) November 2, 2022 Fans responded by meeting Hoskins and bringing drinks for the game. Hoskins’ follow-up was Game 3 when she bought 50 bottles of beer for her fans. — LeePregame Fashion Ready for work— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) November 2, 2022 Hello everyone 👋— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) November 2, 2022

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