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Astros Take Game 5 series is now 3-2 lead for Rays

Astros Take Game 5 series is now 3-2 lead for Rays

In Game 5 of the American League Championship Series on Thursday, Arozarena launched his sixth home run of the playoffs, tying him with Evan Longoria (2008) for the most by a rookie in postseason history. The Rays’ left fielder went with a knee-high fastball from Astros reliever Enoli Paredes and sent it a projected 406 feet to the opposite field.

Arozarena’s homer, his third in five games of the ALCS, brought the Rays within one in a tense Game 5 at Petco Park. He’s now just two hits shy of tying Derek Jeter’s postseason record of 22 by a rookie, set in 1996

Carlos Correa walloped a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning, his sixth of the postseason to send the Astros to a 4-3 win over the Rays in a dramatic Game 5 of the American League Championship Series on Thursday Night  as Correa forces the Rays to a Game 6 which will be at 5pm EST tomorrow afternoon

 

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