The American League Cheaters’ Series is all set! The Houston Astros & Boston Red Sox are both ALDS winners, and will now face off in a rematch of the 2018 ALCS. The best-of-7 series kicks off in Houston on Friday night with a (likely) pitching matchup of Nathan Eovaldi vs
Last year, I wrote a blog about the Astros advancing to their fourth straight ALCS. That's a pretty big deal. Guess what? The Astros are once again in the ALCS for the fifth straight season. This is absolutely the golden age of the Astros, and it could 100% continue next
I have flipped flopped on this position for about 24 hours, but when I woke up this morning, I was entirely on board with sending out STAFF ACE Lance McCullers Jr. Good Morning to LMJ & LMJ fans only ☀️Let’s get this W today @astros #SIUEFA🐺#ForTheH #HTOWNvsEVERYONE🤘 pic.twitter.com/HPKGoMYCz6— Apollo Media
In a matchup of two division winners (and a rematch of the 2005 World Series that we’d all like to forget), the Astros will take on the Chicago White Sox in the ALDS beginning Thursday. Both teams aren’t short on talent, and both have highly experienced managers at the helm.
I am 1000 percent convinced if Yuli Gurriel left Cuba at 20 years old, we would be talking about one of the greatest hitters in the history of baseball. Yuli made his major league debut as a 32-year-old rookie six years ago, and he hasn't stopped hitting since that debut.