Who will be the starting pitchers for Houston and Atlanta for Game 3 of the World Series?

The World Series will have a one-day break to travel to Atlanta, where from Friday three games will be played at Truist Park after the first two in Houston.

The Fall Classic comes tied for one win per side, with the Braves hitting first and the Astros entrusting themselves to the Mexican’s arm José Urquidy to match the cards.

Series tied thus far and Game 3 will have two of the aces from each of the teams on the mound.

Dusty Baker will give the ball to Luis Garcia. The Venezuelan has three starts in the postseason, suffering in Game 3 against the White Sox and in the second against the Red Sox, pitching 3.2 innings combined in two games that were the Astros’ loss, but was more than redeemed by winning Game 6 of the Championship Series with a jewel of 5.2 innings and one hit ball.

They will need this second version because the Braves will send to the mound Ian Anderson, who in his career has one of the best performances in postseason history: 6 starts and 1.47 ERA, although against the Dodgers he only lasted 3 and 4 innings.

The Game 3 of the World Series will be played on Friday at 8:09 PM, West weather. For Game 4 on Saturday, neither team has announced their starting pitcher.

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