The 2022 World Championships started on Friday evening with the name Philadelphia Phyllis surprised Houston Astros With a win back in the first match. Velez erased an early five-round deficit against Justin Verlander, She won the JT Realmuto Championship in the 10th inning. Philadelphia is now three wins away from a third World Championship title in franchise history (also 1980 and 2008). In the meantime, Houston will even attempt the series At Home Saturday night.
Historically, teams who win Game 1 among the top seven have gone on to win the series 64 percent of the time, even though the winner of Game 1 has won the last four World Championships, and 13 of the last 16 World Championships. The series isn’t over yet, but Velez put themselves in a good place by stealing Game 1 despite their 5-0 loss to Verlander.
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how to watch
Date: Saturday, October 29 | time: 8:03 p.m. Eastern time
Site: Minute Maid Park (Houston, Texas)
TV channel: Fox | Live broadcast: fuboTV (try for free)
Prospect: is -145; PHI +122; O/U: 7 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Starting pitchers: LHP Framber Valdez (17-6, 2.82 ERA) vs. RHP Zack Wheeler (12-7, 2.82 ERA)
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The Fate-filled Philadelphia team continued into Game One with a five-game comeback and a catch by Nick Castellanos, one of the worst defensive footballers in the world. The Game 1 win, though, showed just how dangerous Phillies can be. Their lineup is loaded with items as well as batting tools and. The Astros were the better team during a 162-game season, although the best team doesn’t always win a short post-season streak. Houston lost their home ground advantage in the series and lost a game behind the team ace. A win in Game Two to avoid a 2-0 series deficit and return to Philadelphia seems essential.
All signs point to Phillies in Game 2. They have arrows on the hill in Wheeler and the attack was more productive against lefties than right during the regular season. However, Valdez is no ordinary left-hander, and I find it hard to believe that these stars would lose two games in a row at home. Houston is the choice in Game 2.
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