Major League Baseball bans two women after they flashed Gerrit Cole at World Series

What is the Astros’ blueprint to 27 outs in World Series Game 7

What is the Astros’ blueprint to 27 outs in World Series Game 7

While the Washington Nationals are in Houston to face off with the Astros in Tuesday night's World Series Game 6, the Rockets are in Washington preparing for the Wizards' home opener on Wednesday.

The Nationals got home runs from Adam Eaton, Juan Soto, and Anthony Rendon (3 for 4, 5 RBIs), who added a two-run double in the ninth.

Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer, boosted by an injection of painkiller, is primed to return from an irritated nerve in his neck to start Game 7, Martinez said before the game. They didn't do the little things that have brought them so much success over the season. The batter, Nationals infielder Ryan Zimmerman, called time before Cole could deliver the pitch, so it's hard to say if he was distracted by the two women exposing themselves in his field of vision.

Cole was masterful during the start, giving up just one run over 7 innings during the Astros' 7-1 win over the Washington Nationals.

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Houston won three in a row at Washington to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven Fall Classic. Strasburg has done it all this postseason, allowing six runs in 28 innings pitched vs. Milwaukee, the Dodgers, the Cardinals and Houston.

They shared the letter on Twitter from David L. Thomas, the MLB's Vice President of Security and Ballpark Operations, which read: 'During the game, you violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself during the 7th inning, in order to promote a business. He gave up a two-out double to Correa before retiring Robinson Chirinos on a popup.

The right-hander went into Game 6 with a five-game postseason winning streak, dating back to Game 4 of the 2017 NL Division Series at the Chicago Cubs. Trea Turner led off with an infield single to third base. Springer lined a fastball off the left-field scoreboard, at 112 miles per hour off the bat the hardest-hit ball of the Series. José Altuve brought Springer home on a sacrifice fly to tie the game up at 1-1.

Bregman put the Astros ahead on Strasburg's 12th pitch, driving a fastball into the Crawford Boxes over the left-field scoreboard for his fourth home run of the postseason and third of the Series. He lined a high-and-inside fastball into the right-field upper deck, a no-doubt drive Verlander didn't bother to watch.

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