Best Plays of the World Series in 2022: Astros Overpower Phillies in Game 5

The Houston Astros beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 in Game 5 of the 2022 World Series on Thursday, 3-2 ahead of their series lead heading into Game 6. Astro. He struck out six in five innings, allowing only four hits and only one run (a lead-off home run). Including one homer, he allowed three hits and two and checked out in three innings. Here are some of the best plays from Game 5. Astros 3, Phillies 2 (HOU leads the series 3-2) Start with a bang! The Astros jumped. José Altuve and Jeremy Peña’s streak of big hits led them off to a 1-0 lead early in the first inning. First, Altuve hit a Syndergaard sinker to right field on an error from Phillies center fielder Brandon Marsh and landed to third base before Peña slammed a hit in the center to bring Altuve back and put Houston on board first. Astros’ Jeremy Peña hit a RBI from the center. Jeremy Peña put Houston on the board with a hit in the center. The Catch and Tag Astros tried something risky early on, but their plans were thwarted when Peña was sent off at second base. Kyle Schwarber starts a leadoff home run. Kyle Schwarber takes off a leadoff home run to tie the Phillies 1-1. This is the Phillies’ 18th home run this postseason at Citizens Bank Park, tying the Astros’ 2017 record for most home runs on a ballpark in a single postseason. Pitchers take center stage. Syndergaard had a huge innings for the Phillies in the second inning…. Verlander’s slider, on the other hand, confused the Astros with the base loaded in the second inning. Not that fast! Peña asks baseball fans why he It reminded me that he was the first rookie shortstop. Nick Castellanos won a Gold Glove for his big-hit Houston three-time play that is expected to be a big hit. Solo home run on Jeremy Peña Jeremy Peña’s solo home run puts the Astros ahead of the Phillies 2-1. What he can’t do Peña played well in the bottom of the 4th inning, putting out Jean Segura early on and hitting the ball of the year. Astros were able to finish the inning without a hit while maintaining 2-1. Pickle! After reaching double and third on a rough pitch for Philadelphia night 4th pitcher Seranthony Domínguez – Yuli Gurriel was tagged out at home after a rundown with Rhys Hoskins. Pulling awayThe Astros thanks to a big hit from Yordan Alvarez Altuve scored and added a lead in the 8th inning thanks to Peña sent to second base after Hoskins baubled. Astros pitcher Ryan Pressly at first base, within arm’s reach, walked both Castellanos and Bryson Stott in the bottom of the eighth. Segura then hit a hit from right field and Castellanos scored to close the gap to 3-2. Runners #1 and #3 Deadline The Phillies fought to the end, highlighted by a very powerful nine innings that made the Astros sweat. JT Realmuto was potentially close to a tie in the bottom of the ninth, but Chas McCormick had other plans. In the end, the home team could not come back to win and it ended 3-2. Get More from Major League Baseball Follow your favorites for information on games, news and more.
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