José Altuve is part of the pieces of the Houston Astros’ resurgence against the Atlanta Braves. The Minute Maid Park is waiting for the possible tie in the World Series after a fall at home the day before.
This Wednesday, October 27, Altuve saw his name written in the historical records of the Great Tent. The Astroboy hit two home runs, enough to tie Bernie Williams’ record as the second-highest hitter in a major league postseason.
The Astros win through eighth inning with seven runs to two, enough to excite the Texas fans looking for one more championship after defeating the Red Sox in the previous round.
Altuve has 22 hits over the green wall in these playoffs. Still to seven behind Manny Ramirez who hit 29 home runs in the first place of the ranking.
The 31-year-old Has been with the Astros since 2011 and it seems that the relationship with Houston lasts for a long time because in 2018 he signed a five-year contract of 150 million dollars and after this year there are reasons for him to continue harvesting records with the orange jersey.
Altuve was also the essential piece of the Astros’ triumph against the Red Sox, because just in game four he hit a hit that ensured the entry of his institution directly to the World Seriesl. Not only that, but the slugger has five postseason scores in which to score.