NEW YORK – Jose Altov responded to the booing of New York fans, celebrating his birthday with Homer from three runs off Chad Green to take the lead in the eighth game, defeating the Houston Astros 7-4 Thursday evening. To avoid the drift in the three-game series.
Gleyber Torres showed off an exciting and daring tour around the rules, scoring from first base in one match, but his five-game New York winning streak ended.
Jordan Alvarez hit a pair of home hits from Gerrit Cole, who gave Green (0-3) a 3-2 lead to open eighth.
After Torres pulled the Yankees closer to the bottom sprint, Martin Maldonado beat Justin Wilson’s Homer in ninth, ending a series of 75 appearances without RBI.
Altuve, who was celebrating his 31st birthday, was booed throughout the series. Yankees fans unleashed their anger at the Astros, which was marked by the signal theft scandal in the season in which they won the 2017 World Championships. The Venezuelan was Astros’ second 11-1, without RBI, in the series in the Bronx, but ended up. 96 mph fades into man’s height, fades down the scoreboard in left field to lead 5-3.
For Astros, the Venezuelan tuff scored 5–2, one record and three RBIs. Puerto Rican Maldonado 4-3, one record and two RBIs; And Carlos Correa 4-0. Cuban Alvarez 4-3, two runs and two RBIs; And Greel Yuli 4-0.
The Yankees, Venezuelan Torres 3-1, scored one. Colombian Geo Urchila 3-2.