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Rising Venezuelan star Luis Garcia, Astros pitcher, shrinks in World Championships

Houston – to the beginning of the Houston Astros, Luis GarciaThe world championship was too much…

Garcia failed again this Tuesday. He only endured two and three innings, where he accepted twice; The second is a fantastic stroke of 446 feet from the rhombus Jorge Soler With two on board, making it 3-0 from the third inning in favor of the Atlanta Braves.

Soler is connected to a full computation on the 83 mph circuit breaker with Ozzy Albis And Eddie Rosario At the base, who were allowed by Garcia’s bachelors and walked away, respectively.

Garcia scored three goals and went away in his second major league start with a short break.

Before, Garcia had only started once with three days off as a start, on April 29 against the Seattle Mariners, and on April 25 as a savior against the Los Angeles Angels.

It’s been a pretty poor World Series and post-season in general for the Astros’ rookie rookie. In five playoffs, he has passed four runs only once; In the second round of the AL Championship Series, when he made 5 2/3 innings on a single hitter, no runs.

In the other four starts, he combined to allow three home runs, including two Grand Slams, and 14 earned rounds, including four in the World Championships.

Open the roof in perfect weather

The Astros played for the second time in this World Series with the roof of Minute Maid Park opened, in the direction of the major tournaments.

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This was the case in Game 2, albeit with the difference that it was open from batting practice, compared to the previous week when it was open until both teams finished their pre-match routine due to a light rain in the afternoon.

This time, the batting practice started at 78 degrees Fahrenheit and the first degree was at 68 degrees.

It is the first postseason park to have its roof opened in Astros Park during the Games since 2005.

Marathon matches of the series

The first five matches of the World Championships were a marathon, with an average duration of three hours and 41 minutes; The longest in history.

Last year, the Fall Classic between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays averaged 3:37 hours in their six games.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert Manfred has warned that it is impossible to continue holding such long games because it is difficult for fans to entertain, and although the Players Association opposes this, they are seriously analyzing, and are imposing a mandatory field hour on bowlers, in order to simplify matches. .

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