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World Series 2017 Game 6: Houston Astros 1-3 California Dodgers



Joc Pederson celebrates his homer within the seventh inning.
Photograph: Matt Slocum/AP


Hunter Felt

Wed 1 Nov 2017 00.04?EDT

First published on Tue 31 Oct 2017 19.20?EDT

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  • 11.49pm EDT
    23:49
    Final thoughts


  • 11.44pm EDT
    23:44
    Dodgers win!


  • 11.00pm EDT
    23:00
    Home run! Pederson! Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 7th


  • 10.28pm EDT
    22:28
    Seager sacrifice fly. Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Bottom 6th


  • 10.25pm EDT
    22:25
    Taylor doubles in Barnes! Astros 1-1 Dodgers, Bottom 6th


  • 9.06pm EDT
    21:06
    Springer great hit! Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 3rd


  • 8.22pm EDT
    20:22
    First pitch!




12.04am EDT
00:04

You can see the full report from tonight’s game here:

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11.49pm EDT
23:49

Final thoughts

And this marks one of the few times I have been right this whole series. In any event, this World Series has to have a very Game 7 so I’m quite glad that we are receiving one tomorrow. If you feel you understand likely to happen during it, more chance to you, but I’m fairly certain that zero scenario is too improbable.

We’ll be covering Game 7 live you will come to the Guardian and hope that you’re going to come along. Because of everybody who followed along with us during today’s game, especially everybody who contributed. Ciao!


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11.45pm EDT
23:45

The Dodgers have won Game 6 of the universe Series, tying the series up 3-3, and also have forced a match 7


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11.44pm EDT
23:44

Dodgers win!

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, FINAL

And Carlos Beltran will come in to pinch-hit here and- he falls behind 0-2. The Astros are really a strike away.

Beltran fouls a ball off and then chases a ball outside the zone along with the Dodgers have won the game!


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11.42pm EDT
23:42

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Top 9th

And Reddick strikes out swinging. The Dodgers are one away.


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11.41pm EDT
23:41

Astros 1-3 Dodgers,Top 9th

Marwin Gonzalez is perfectly up to face Jansen. He takes a strike and then is unable to bunt a slider. He’s down 0-2 already. He fouls your next pitch off his foot. Then he arises to first for the first out.


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11.34pm EDT
23:34

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 8th

It’s Francisco Liriano making his World Series debut, facing Cody Bellinger with a fairly good chance to present his team a tad more a cushion which includes a runner on second.

Liriano wastes not enough available time, getting before Bellinger 0-2. Liriano throws a slider outside, Cody doesn’t chase. He fouls off a pitch and then takes another pitch. 2-2.

He fouls off another pitch too in close proximity to take. Still 2-2. And he fouls off another one. It remains 2-2. As well as on 2-2- it”s outside. Finally, over the 8th pitch within the at-bat, Bellinger sets swinging.

Still, the Dodgers are three outs from forcing a match 7!


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11.28pm EDT
23:28

Ooh. Good catch.


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11.27pm EDT
23:27

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 8th

Gregerson remains within face Turner. His first pitch, is outside.1-0. His next pitch? A strike with the knees. 1-1. Turner lays from the next pitch. 2-1. 2-1 is actually a slider inside. 3-1. And so on 3-1, Gregerson eventually ends up walking him. Pitching change!


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11.23pm EDT
23:23

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 8th

Gregerson stays in face Seager. Seager works a whole count, but eventually Gregerson gets him to strike out to your second out.


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11.19pm EDT
23:19

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 8th

Taylor has increased next. He hits a ground ball to third, and then he just gets tagged out at the beginning. Culberson does attain second.


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11.16pm EDT
23:16

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 8th

Dodgers have a chance to have themselves a little bit more runs here. Luke Gregerson is perfectly up to prevent that from happening.

Up first, Charlie Culberson, who entered to experiment with second base near the top of the 8th inning. He starts things using one.


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11.12pm EDT
23:12

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Top 8th

And McCann strikes out swinging. Which had been quick.


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11.11pm EDT
23:11

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Top 8th

Jansen is otherwise engaged to pitch. He gets Correa to fly off to right. As well as the perpetually booed Gurriel fouls out over first.


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11.07pm EDT
23:07

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 7th

Barnes strikes out looking and that will undertake it for the 7th.

Email from Ravi Raman:

Subject: Rome run!

Haha, the joy of adhere to play reports! Great for start to see the enjoyment.

Yes that is my most Scooby-Doo typo for all time. I laughed myself.


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11.04pm EDT
23:04

Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 7th

Big insurance run for L.A.. Obviously. There’s only obvious items to say this late at the game. Musgrove’s still in existence. He’s facing Andre Ethier, pinch-hitting for Maeda. He hits a ball appears like it could fall but Gonzalez is really a not-entirely-easy catch.


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11.00pm EDT
23:00

Home run! Pederson! Astros 1-3 Dodgers, Bottom 7th

Joc Pederson has risen, he hits an extensive fly ball and- he got enough. Opposite field home run, Pe

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10.57pm EDT
22:57

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Bottom 7th

Joe Musgrove is out pitching for Houston. He gets Puig to start up.


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10.56pm EDT
22:56

Well he’s warming now. We’re gonna see him soon.


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10.54pm EDT
22:54

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Top 7th

Maeda is pitching to Altuve. Altuva fouls from the first slider. 0-1. Another pitch, just inside. 1-1. On the next pitch, Altuve gets occupied and fouls it away. He’s behind 1-2. The Dodgers crowd has increased on his or her feet. This might be an important moment here.

And Altuve grounds seem to third, yet barely. The Astros consider challenging, but do not, and that is good because replay signifies that he was out at the beginning. The Dodgers escape the jam!


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10.49pm EDT
22:49

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Top 7th

Bregman hits a flyball to centerfield. Fisher makes it third but nowadays there are two outs.


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10.47pm EDT
22:47

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Top 7th

Springer receives a gift base hit which has a ball that merely hits of of Seager’s glove. Derek Fisher also comes in to jog for Gattis at second.


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10.45pm EDT
22:45

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Top 7th

Verlander’s from the game. Improbably, it’s his game to forfeit here. Evan Gattis is hitting in his spot. He’ll be facing Kenta Meada.

Maeda falls behind 2-0 but evens the depend on our next two pitches. On 2-2, he hits in a fielder’s choice, nearly a double play. Reddick is erased at second base.


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10.37pm EDT
22:37

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Top 7th

Watson is pitching to Josh Reddick here in harry potter 7. Expect when the game remains wonky from now on, that’s how it is gone during the last few games.

And similar to that, Watson walks Reddick. Pitching change!


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10.34pm EDT
22:34

I’m unsure even just a.J. Hinch could inform you that. The Dodgers, however, are performing their part making this query meaningless.


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10.32pm EDT
22:32

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Verlander throws a first-pitch ball but gets him to strike out none-the-less. He prevents further damage even so the Dodgers take the lead.

Never count outs.


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10.30pm EDT
22:30

Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Justin Turner is to get some “MVP” chants which is- kinda pushing things, actually, but hey she has enable you to boost lead here with Taylor on third and easily one out. Turner instead just fouls out. The Dodgers can’t score on an out now.


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10.28pm EDT
22:28

Seager sacrifice fly. Astros 1-2 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Runners on second and third, with nobody out. The infield can be purchased in. Seager hits a flyball which is not enough to go out, yet it’s enough to accept lead. Utley scores and Taylor can make it to second.


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10.25pm EDT
22:25

Taylor doubles in Barnes! Astros 1-1 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Chris Taylor fouls off Verlander’s first pitch. 0-1. When the rope requires a slider off the plate. 1-1. Verlander’s next slider, Taylor takes a cut at and that he misses. On 1-2, he hits the pitch- fair! Barnes becomes mainstream to gain! The Dodgers have tied!


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10.22pm EDT
22:22

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Well Utley didn’t purchase a hit, instead he misses badly and hits him over the foot and it’s also two on and nobody out in the sixth. Right here is the first serious scoring chance the Dodgers genuinely have.


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10.17pm EDT
22:17

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 6th

Barnes hits a base hit off of Verlander or older comes, Chase Utley hitting for Forsythe. This is an improbable hit here.


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10.14pm EDT
22:14

Email from Pat Johnston:

How many 3 ball counts has verlander had thus far tonight?

I think only three. It is like zero.


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10.13pm EDT
22:13

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 6th

So there are 2 on, two out for the Astros. Gonzalez expires next. Watson falls behind 3-1. It is beginning to mimic even tho it’s a pivotal pitch coming.

On 3-1, he hits a liner-. Not to mention Utley is definitely the want you to make play. That’ll end the inning.


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10.09pm EDT
22:09

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 6th

Tony Watson is pitching while Forsythe quickly scans the blogosphere, substituted with Chase Utley who, the truth is, remains to be an important league player (nominally). Watson is facing McCann.

And he hits him. Well.


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10.05pm EDT
22:05

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 6th

Gurriel hits a liner off all Morrow.Dodgers fans take your time to boo him more. Dave Roberts is set in to tug a double-switch.


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10.04pm EDT
22:04

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 6th

Correa falls behind 0-2. Okay, Morrow’s definitely looking better. Correa has a ball before striking from a slider.


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10.02pm EDT
22:02

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 6th

Morrow is up, presumably for one more three right handers. The earliest more likely to be Altuve, who grounds off his first pitch foul. Anf the husband fouls within the next pitch, he’s already in the 0-2 hole. Morrow looking as good as he did before around, his velocity is back around normal.

Altuve just fouls from the next pitch. And subsequently. Still 0-2. Altuve needs a ball. 1-2. He grounds out to Turner on the best pitch he probably were required to hit the entire at-bat.


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9.59pm EDT
21:59

I counted outs in Game 5 and this went VERY BADLY. I am not achieving this at any time while doing this World Series.

But man if Verlander keeps pitching in this way, it’s usually tempting.


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9.56pm EDT
21:56

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 5th

Forsythe increased next. Dodgers have managed an individual hit off from Verlander. Forsythe is attempting to receive something going here and the man does are able to work the complete count before Verlander makes him his 8th strikeout victim.


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9.53pm EDT
21:53

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 5th

Pederson hits a ball within the outfield that Gonzalez requires and gets.


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9.51pm EDT
21:51

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 5th

Puig hits a flyball from Verlander. One up, one down for any bottom within the fifth.


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9.49pm EDT
21:49

Theoretically McCullers, who’s going to be required to start Game 7. The theory is the fact he ultimately closing successfully thus making Game 7 less something which happens.


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9.47pm EDT
21:47

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

Bregman fouls the primary pitch of after which you can grounds to short to the second pitch. Thus far, so good for Morrow because the Dodgers escape without further damage.


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9.46pm EDT
21:46

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

The Dodgers fans boo careful analysis place in Brandon Morrow, last seen collapsing in grand style in Game 5. I can’t fully blame them for first-guessing this move.

On another hand: Nothing during this series has created any sense usually are not knows. Maybe this is the genius move that saves their season.


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9.44pm EDT
21:44

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

Verlander’s up next, which includes a shot to support his personal cause, as it were. Instead, he’s Hill’s fifth strikeout victim. Not only a shocker, really, but it gets Hill to be able to get out of allowing a train on an out. These are intentionally planning to walk George Springer and-

Dave Roberts is taking Rich Hill out and giving farmville to his bullpen? I- What? Why?


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9.40pm EDT
21:40

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

Josh Reddick is already up and Hill starts him using three straight balls. Reddick is to take entirely, and studies a strike. On 3-1, Reddick fouls journey pitch and it’s really the whole count.

On 3-2, Reddick swings and misses with a curve. A large first out with runners on second and third.


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9.38pm EDT
21:38

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

And Gonzalez hits a double! Runners have reached second and third with nobody outside in your fifth!


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9.36pm EDT
21:36

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 5th

Hill is indeed going beyond four innings. McCann greets him which has a base hit on his first pitch in the fifth.


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9.35pm EDT
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9.33pm EDT
21:33

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 4th

Verlander throws catastrophe pitch ball! It’s Cody Bellinger who finally breaks the streak. He strikes out anyways, that’s Verlander’s seventh in four innings.


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9.31pm EDT
21:31

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 4th

Seager flies off to Gonzalez in left to the first out. Verlander have a first pitch strike on him too, should you were wondering. His first pitch to Turner? This is a strike. Twelve straight first-pitch strikes for your Astros’ starter. Verlander gets ahead of Turner 1-2, putting him into plate-protecting mode. He fouls away from the next pitch and after that just barely checks his swing at a pitch outside. 2-2.

On 2-2, he chases a slider outside in becoming Verlander’s sixth strikeout victim.


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9.24pm EDT
21:24

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 4th

Rich Hill is rather clearly taking his time around the mound with Gurriel in order to give fans more hours to boo him, that is amusing. Gurriel fouls from the initial two pitches. He’s down 0-2. He needs a ball. 1-2. Rain is starting in to the future down.

And Gurriel flies off to Puig in right. That is the the top of the 4th.


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9.22pm EDT
21:22

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 4th

Correa flies on three pitches for any second out. Home run aside, Hill has become very efficient at this point. Unless I simply jinxed him.


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9.19pm EDT
21:19

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Top 4th

Altuve grounds out to Seager, Hill covers the first outside the fourth inning.


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9.18pm EDT
21:18

I am sensing a tad little bit of sarcasm here.


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9.15pm EDT
21:15

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 3rd

Chris Taylor has returned out to your second time. He gets him an 0-2 pitch. This is often some quality pitching. And that he strikes him on pitch three.


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9.13pm EDT
21:13

Astros 1-0 Dodgers, Bottom 3rd

Rich strikes swinging after which you can attempts to set you back first with a ball he’s hit super-super-super foul. Nice try Rich. He hits the next individual away from play. This is an entertaining at-bat anyway. He fouls journey next pitch before finally striking out.


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