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Jose Altuve The Greatest Astro… EVER?

I think Jose Altuve right now is the greatest Astro to ever play. A World Series champion, an MVP, 6x All-Star, 5x Silver Slugger, 3x Batting Champ, and the best person that represents this city.

Last night, Altuve dug into the box and once again the fanbase was spoiled with another all time moment.

A Hanging Slider

Yeah. Sometimes June nights feel like October.

We don’t get that moment if Carlos Correa once again doesn’t clutch up and put the team on his back. The guy just finds ways in big moments to be big. Look, he wants a fuck ton of money, the Astros don’t want to shell out with the durability issues let Uncle Dez be the arbitrator and keep the party going.

Anyways it feels great beating the Rangers. But mark my words yesterday will be the first highlight for the World Series DVD that turned the season around. Especially with it being Dusty’s birthday.



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