|Event Name||NFL WEEK 7|
|Game Date||OCT 20, 2019|
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Astros vs Yankees: Astros vs Yankees Live Stream The New York Yankees are going home for the winter. After a thrilling ninth-inning comeback, the Yankees lost ALCS Game 6 on Jose Altuve’s walk-off home run Saturday night (HOU 6, NYY 4). Houston has won its second American League pennant in three years.Despite all the questions about their pitching legitimate questions the Yankees held the Astros to 22 runs in six games in the ALCS.
Houston got rolling in the first inning when Yuli Gurriel smacked a three-run home run.Game 6 was not without controversy. After the New York scored a run in the second inning, Yankees hitter Brett Gardner had two strikes called against him by home plate umpire Marvin Hudson that appeared questionable on replays. The Yankees had two runners on base at the time, with two outs and Houston leading 3-1.
In the seventh inning, Houston outfielder Michael Brantley made a diving catch in left field and turned it into a double play by catching New York’s Aaron Judge, who was too far off first base.Houston had a chance to end the game in the top of the ninth, but New York’s LaMahieu smacked a two-run home run to tie the game.
But in the bottom of the inning, with a runner on base, Altuve won the game with his walk-off home run.”I get asked to describe Jose Altuve all the time,” Astros manager AJ Hinch said after the game. “I think ‘MVP’ is what he is.”
The loss for New York means this will be the 10th consecutive year the Yankees — baseball’s historically dominant franchise — will not appear in the World Series.he New York Yankees are going home for the winter. After a thrilling ninth-inning comeback, the Yankees lost ALCS Game 6 on Jose Altuve’s walk-off home run Saturday night (HOU 6, NYY 4). Houston has won its second American League pennant in three years.
Despite all the questions about their pitching — legitimate questions — the Yankees held the Astros to 22 runs in six games in the ALCS. If you’d have told me that would happen before Game 1, I would’ve assumed the Yankees won the series. Their pitching did more than enough to keep the Yankees in the ALCS.
The Yankees are heading home mostly because their offense went silent after Game 1, especially with men on base. New York was the best hitting team with runners in scoring position and men on base in general during the regular season, but, from Games 2-6, the offense went 3 for 24 with runners in scoring position, including 1 for 6 in Game 6.
In addition to the general lack of timely hits, the Yankees made too many mistakes in the ALCS, particularly in Game 6. The Astros are far too good to give an extra out or an extra 90 feet. The Yankees did that repeatedly in Game 6 and it cost them their season. Here are New York’s four biggest unforced errors, listed chronologically.With the season on the line, a one-run deficit in the sixth inning has to stay a one-run deficit. If that means using your best reliever out of his usual inning, so be it. Keeping that deficit to one-run is imperative.
The Yankees went to Tommy Kahnle in the sixth inning down a run — with that appearance, Kahnle became the first Yankee to pitch three consecutive days this season — and seven pitches later, the Astros had runners at corners with no outs. An Altuve walk and Michael Brantley single did the trick.
At that point the Yankees elected to play the infield back and go for the double play rather than potentially cut the runner down at the plate. Playing the infield in is risky because if a ground ball gets through, there’s the potential for a big inning. When your season is on the line though, you have to take uncomfortable risks.
Sure enough, Alex Bregman hit a ground ball to shortstop to get the runner home from third for an important insurance run. Didi Gregorius looked home despite playing back, and that little hesitation cost the Yankees the double play. Bregman beat it out. They didn’t cut the run down at the plate or get the double play. Ouch.
Not playing the infield in allowed the Astros to tack on a run there. That’s not a second guess either. It was obvious the Yankees should have brought the infield in as soon as there were runners on the corners. They played it passively and it led to a run.First, the Astros gave up a 4-2 lead in the top of the ninth on a home run to LeMahieu which was bad, but then they won the game on a two-run homer in the ninth from Altuve. But here’s the thing: There was absolutely, positively, no reason to pitch to Altuve there. There were two outs. And yes there was a runner on first in George Springer, but the Astros had just taken Michael Brantley out of the game and replaced him with Jake Marisnick.