Monday, October 2, 2023

Yordan Alvarez’s 27 home run made history in Houston

The current champions were handcuffed for two days by the worst team of the season. They achieved two surprising victories As of visitors and it had to be the Cuban Jordan Alvarez the one who made his team’s bats wake up.

During the first two innings the starters Paul Blackburn Managed to remove the powerful battery Houston Astros but toward the end of the first third he ran into trouble with his control.

He gave a pair of consecutive tickets Jose Altuve already Jeremy Pena, and against Yordan Álvarez himself he got into trouble, putting him on three balls and a strike.

Many say that these are the big hits, and this time it was. With the great home run hitter that he is, Jordan Alvarez He didn’t wait for the second strike and went to buy, expecting the pitcher to enter the zone.

For Jordan Alvarez It was his 27th home run of the season, tying his lowest full-season record set in 2019 at 87 games. This time he achieved this in 99 games.

The hit, in addition to driving in three runs and increasing the Las Tunas total to 88, made Jordan Alvarez the first Astros player to hit a home run with an exit velocity of 117 MPH or more in the Statcast era (2015-present).

After this hit Alex Bregman He extended the lead with a back-to-back home run, his 23rd home run of the year, giving Hunter Brown a comfortable 4×0 score.

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