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  • New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, strikes out Carlos Beltran in the 7th inning of game 5 of the ALCS. MASAHIRO pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits, one walk striking out 8, and allowing no runs for 7 innings, leading the Yankees to a 5-0 victory and a 3-2 lead in the series.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • New York Yankees AARON JUDGE hits an RBI double in the third inning just inside the third base line, scoring Brett Gardner who sped all the way around from first base. The Yankees went on to win game 5 of the ALCS 5-0, taking a 3-2 lead in the series.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, pitches to Didi Gregorius in the fifth inning of game 5 of the AlCS. giving up an RBI single. KEUCHEL gave up 4 runs 7 hits, yielding his most runs ever to the Yankees. The Yankees went on to win 5-0 taking a 3-2 lead in the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, and his catcher, BRIAN McCANN, have a tete a tete in the third inning in game 5 of the ALCS after Aaron Judge hit an RBI double. KEUCHEL lasted only 4 2/3 innings giving up 7 hits and 4 runs. The Yankees went on to win game 5 of the ALCS 5-0, taking a 3-2 lead in the series.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • New York Yankees catcher, GARY SANCHEZ, hits his third post season home run off of Houston Astros reliever Brad Peacock in the 7th inning giving the Yankees a 5-0 lead. The Yankees went on to win game 5 of the ALCS 5-0, taking a 3-2 lead in the AlCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • Retired New York Yankee and Houston Astro starting pitcher ANDY PETTITTE throws out the ceremonial first pitch of game 5 of the ALCS. The starting pitcher who played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball, primarily for the New York Yankees. He also pitched for the Houston Astros. Pettitte won five World Series championships with the Yankees and was a three-time All-Star. He ranks as MLB’s all-time postseason wins leader with 19.

    Take a look at these fantastic 6 selected images from tonight’s game 5 of the ALCS won by the New York Yankees 5-0. New York Yankees starting pitcher, MASAHIRO TANAKA, pitched brilliantly, allowing only 3 hits and no runs over 7 innings. The Houston Astros starting pitcher, DALLAS KEUCHEL, was below par for him, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs in just 4 2/3rd innings. The Yankees now travel to Houston with a 3-2 lead in the series.

  • Boston Red Sox 20 year old rookie RAFAEL DEVERS celebrates hitting an inside the park home run in the bottom of the ninth inning against Houston Astros closer Ken Giles. Despite the efforts of Devers, the Houston Astos defeated the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in game 4 of the divisional playoff .

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Houston Astros JUSTIN VERLANDER wins his first professional relief appearance after making 424 starts for the Detroit Tigers and the Houston Astros. VERLANDER pitched 2 2/3 innings, allowing one hit, a two run home run to Andrew Benintendi. The Astros defeated the Red Sox 5-4 to win the divisional series.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Boston Red Sox manager, JOHN FARRELL, argues with home plate umpire, MARK WEGNER, over a third-called strike on Dustin Pedroia in the bottom of the 2nd inning and gets ejected from the game. The Houston Astros went on to win game 4 of the Divisional series 5-4 and will now face either the New York Yankees or the Cleveland Indians in the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Boston Red Sox pitcher, CHRIS SALE, normally a starter, was asked to play an important role as relief pitcher against the Houston Astros in game 4 of the Divisional series. SALE pitched 4 2/3rd innings relieving starter Rick Porcello, allowing 4 hits, striking out 6 but giving up a game tying home run to Alex Bregman in the eighth inning. The Astros defeated the Red Sox 5-4 and go on to the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Houston Astros third baseman, ALEX BREGMAN, celebrates hitting the game tying home run off of Boston Red Sox reliever, Chris Sale, in the eighth inning in game 4 of the Divisional Series. The Houston Astos went on to win 5-4 and now move on to the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Houston Astros right fielder, JOSH REDDICK, hits the game tie breaking single in the eighth inning off of Boston Red Sox closer, Craig Kimbrel. The Astros went on to defeat the Red Sox 5-4 and win the Divisional Series.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivotal selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Boston Red Sox shortstop XANDER BOGAERTS, homers in the first inning off of Astros starting pitcher Charlie Morton tying the game a 1-1. The Astros went on to win game 4 of the Divisional Series 5-4 and now go on to the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivital selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • Astros center fielder GEORGE SPRINGER singles!
    Houston Astros center fielder, GEORGE SPRINGER, singles in the fifth inning off of Chris Sale. SPRINGER had three hits leading the Houston Astos to a 5-4 victory in game 4 of the Divisional series. The Astros now go on to face either the New York Yankees of the Cleveland Indians in the ALCS.

    Take a look at these fantastic but pivital selected images from today’s Houston Astros/ Boston Red Sox game 4 of the Divisional Series won by the Astros 5-4. It was a strange game, it rained throughout the game; both teams used their number 1 starting pitcher as key relievers in this game…. and Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, was ejected from the game in the second inning for arguing a called third strike. The Red Sox should have won, but didn’t.
    I hope you enjoy these key moments of the game.

  • New York Yankees rookie sensation AARON JUDGE hits his record 51st home run off of Tampa Bay Rays starting rookie starting pitcher Jake Faria in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. Judge has 32 home runs at home this season, tying Babe Ruths's team record. Despite his efforts, the Yankees lost 9-6.

    Check out these winning images from tonight’s Tampa Bay Rays vs New York Yankees game. Despite a record 51st home run by rookie sensation AARON JUDGE and home runs by three other Yankees( Brett Gardner, Greg Bird, and Aaron Hicks) the Yankees lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 9-6. JUDGE has 32 home runs at home this season, tying Babe Ruth’ s team record. Chants of “MVP” “MVP” “MVP” were heard throughout the stadium every time JUDGE got up to bat.

    The turning point of the game occurred in the top of the fifth inning when Rays outfielder, MALLEX SMITH, scored on a wild pitch by New York Yankees starting pitcher SONNY GRAY. The Rays went on to Score 7 runs in the inning virtually ending the Yankees’ hope for a victory.

    Moreover, the Yankees missed a golden opportunity to move up on the Red Sox who lost to Houston 12-2.

  • New York Yankees rookie sensation AARON JUDGE hits his record 51st home run off of Tampa Bay Rays starting rookie starting pitcher Jake Faria in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. Judge has 32 home runs at home this season, tying Babe Ruths's team record. Despite his efforts, the Yankees lost 9-6.

    Check out these winning images from tonight’s Tampa Bay Rays vs New York Yankees game. Despite a record 51st home run by rookie sensation AARON JUDGE and home runs by three other Yankees( Brett Gardner, Greg Bird, and Aaron Hicks) the Yankees lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 9-6. JUDGE has 32 home runs at home this season, tying Babe Ruth’ s team record. Chants of “MVP” “MVP” “MVP” were heard throughout the stadium every time JUDGE got up to bat.

    The turning point of the game occurred in the top of the fifth inning when Rays outfielder, MALLEX SMITH, scored on a wild pitch by New York Yankees starting pitcher SONNY GRAY. The Rays went on to Score 7 runs in the inning virtually ending the Yankees’ hope for a victory.

    Moreover, the Yankees missed a golden opportunity to move up on the Red Sox who lost to Houston 12-2.

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