JOsé Urquidy savors the honeys with the Houston Astros after giving a magical night that catapulted him as the second Mexican with the most strikeouts in the history of the World Seriesl and a few tickets to be the second player from his country to achieve a victory In this instance.
The Atlanta Braves struck first at the start of the Fall Classic, but the Houston Astros don’t want to sit idly by and everything indicates that it will be difficult to snatch the victory at home.
The key is from the Aztec player, 26-year-old Urquidy had seven chocolates for 11 strikeouts in just two days of activity in the final of the Big Top. Behind are names like Jaime García who reached ten and below the historic Fernando Valenzuela who only achieved six. Now the challenge will be to go for the July 15 Urías, the pitcher who has the first place.
Not only that, but Urquidy also competes to be the first Mexican pitcher to win two World Series games. The number 65 jersey was applauded by Minute Maid Park after he in the first inning he struck out three to pass Toro Valenzuela. The account was not there, Urquidy finished with a full five to aspire to victory.
Until now the Houston Astros beat the Atlanta Braves seven runs to two to make the series 1-1 if they win the night of this October 27. Cristian Javier and Phil Maton replaced Urquidy with the intention of keeping his arm and changing the strategy that seems to work towards an opponent that last night dominated throughout the match.