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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 08: Cristian Javier #53 of the Houston Astros smiles against the Oakland Athletics in Game Four of the American League Division Series at Dodger Stadium on October 08, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Where do we even begin with last night? The Astros stranded a BILLION runners on the base paths. It seemed like we tried to do everything we could to try to lose that game but a win is a win at the end of the night. Also Myles Straw welcome to the THUNDERDOME. Speed Kills, Hard 90’s, Reading Dirtballs. That is what we do baby!!

Cristian Javier turned in a quality start after what looked like was going to be an early night for him. Look they had us in the first half not going to lie but Javier just rode the wave and kept the offense in the ballgame. You love to see it.

Jose Altuve did Jose Altuve things and the MVP is back.

STANEK, PRESSLY, ABREU, AND BROOKS FUCKIN RALEY PITCHED THEIR DICKS OFF. Look I have been critical of Brooks but damn was it awesome to be there in person a few rows up and watch him pumped pitching out in that new bullshit extra inning rule. I am happy for him and his confidence is rising.



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