The Red Sox will try to conquer the pennant of the American League on Thursday with a victory of Game 5 on the Astros. The game is televised on TBS.
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Third inning: Red Sox 1, Astros 0
Bottom: David Price withdrew the team in order. His number of calculations: 47.
Superior: After Andrew Benintendi appeared in search, the J.D. Martinez fired only one homer on the left side to give the Red Sox a 1-0 lead.
Second inning: Red Sox 0, Astros 0
Bottom: Yuli Gurriel opened the innings with a single hard at the center, but Price withdrew the next three hitters to finish the innings. Counting the price of the price: 35.
Superior: After Ian Kinsler reached an error and Christian Vazquez spotted, Jackie Bradley Jr. walked to load the bases, but Mookie Betts struck and swayed to finish the innings.
First inning: Red Sox 0, Astros 0
Bottom: The Red Sox clerk David Price conceded a double in two to Jose Altuve, but then eliminated Carlos Correa trying to close the first.
Superior: The bearer of Astros, Justin Verlander, got two fast outs, then preceded J.D. Martinez before inducing the choice of a defender on the ground by Xander Bogaerts.
News of pregame
Scenes of pregame
Where we go from here
If the Red Sox win tonight, they will participate in the World Series, which will start Tuesday at Fenway Park. If the Sox loses, the ALCS returns to Fenway, where the 6th game would be Saturday. The start time of a game 6 depends on the result of the game NLCS on Friday 6. If the brewers push the series in a game 7, then a potential game 6 of Sox-Astros will be at 5:09 pm. Saturday; if the Dodgers oust the Brewers in six, then Game 6 of the ALCS will be at 8:09 in the afternoon. Saturday.
Formations and notes
■ LHP David Price (0-1, 9.95 ERA this postseason) and RHP Justin Verlander (2-0, 3.18 ERA) are the starters.
|RED SOX (3-1)||ASTROS (1-3)|
|Betts RF||Bregman 3B|
|Benintendi LF||RF Springer|
|Martinez DH||Altuve DH|
|Bogaerts SS||Correa SS|
|Moreland 1B||Gurriel 1B|
|Kinsler 2B||Gonzalez 2B|
|Devers 3B||Kemp LF|
|Vázquez C||Maldonado C|
|Bradley Jr. CF||Marinsick CF|
■ Price, still looking for his first career win, makes his third debut of these playoffs. In Game 2 of this series, he went 4⅔ Inning, he gave up four runs on five shots, eliminated four and made four.
Nick Cafardo wrote about what the Sox could get from Price tonight and that it has the chance to conquer the Red Sox fan base.
■ Verlander, in his third start of these playoffs, won the Game 1 win on the Sox, going to six innings, renouncing two runs on two hits, eliminating six and going to four.
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