Pitchers dominate as the Atlanta Braves advance 2-1 in the World Series against the Houston Astros

The 23-year-old impressed the audience in five innings, with three steps and four strokes, when Atlanta hosted a World Series match for the first time since 1999.

Anderson became only the second rookie to score at least five goals in a World Series match – second was Jeff Tesreau in 1912.

Anderson was then pulled by Brian Snitker as he turned against the bull and began his sixth substitution.

However, the decision was confirmed after a flawless night for Braves with four assists with no results, two goals and no walks. Closer, Will Smith defended with 9 goals without goals.

“You want the opportunity to compete, especially on the biggest stage like this,” Anderson told reporters.

“I knew he wasn’t going to back down, it’s hard. You can’t blame him for going to those guys. These guys have time and time to do it.

“And you know they did it again tonight.”

Houston rookie Luis Garcia also set up well, allowing just one run, while scoring six in 3.2 innings but losing.

Facilitators AJ Minter and Luke Jackson carried the unsuccessful player to 8th place before the strike base hit Aledmys Diaz in front of left-hander Eddie Rosario, giving Braves a chance to become the second team in World Series history to throw a no. – hit.

Atlanta scored in the 3rd when Austin Riley hit the left line with a double RBI and scored for Rosario.

The rest of the night was nail biting with a single run, with Travis d’Arnaud providing much-needed insurance with a 437-meter monstrous home run to the center field at the bottom of the 8th and scoring 2-0.

“I don’t think we swung that for one game,” Astrosa inner player Alex Bregman said. “I think we rinse it off and move on to the next day and have a brief memory.

“You have to in this game. Give them all the credit tonight. They moved their tails.”

Legendary Hank Aaron, who died earlier this year, was rewarded before Game 3 as his widow Billye and children Hank Jr., Gaile, Dorinda and Lary went to the field.

Iconic number 44 from the Hall of Famer was engraved on the court and Hank Jr. threw away the ceremonial first pitch to Braves star Freddie Freeman.

“I have to hug Billye, you know, and tell her how much I missed Hank,” the emotional Snitker said.

Both teams will face off again in the fourth game, which will be on Saturday night.


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