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ALCS Game 3 final score: Yankees 8, Astros 1(Houston leads series 2-1)The drama of Games 1 and 2 was absent Monday from Game 3 of the ALCS between the Astros and Yankees, as New York jumped out to a big early lead and never looked back in an 8-1win at Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees got themselves back into the series after losing the first two games in Houston, and willlook to tie things up in Game 4 on Tuesday evening. CC Sabathia gave the Yankees six shutout innings, while Todd Frazier's three-run homer in the bottom of the second gave New York all the runs it would need.
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11:34 p.m: Altuve grounds into a double play, 4-3. Game over.
11:32 p.m.: Bregman walks to force in a run and wreck the shutout. 8-1.The Yankees are ending on a very blah note.
11:29 p.m.: Springer strikes out swinging for the first out.
11:27 p.m.: Maybinlines a hit into left field to load the bases. Yeah, it's 8-0, but I'm sure Yankees fans are getting at least a little uneasy.
11:23 p.m.: Derek Fisher, pinch-hitting for Josh Reddick, walks on a 3-2 pitch. And that'll be all for Betances, who fails to close out an 8-0 game. Tommy Kahnle is on to pitch.
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20 p.m. Gonzalez walks on four pitches to lead off. That's not what you want if you're the Yankees.
Dellin Betances on to pitch for the Yankees.
Top of the ninth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
11:15 p.m.: Hicks flies out to center. We go to the ninth.
11:14 p.m.: Castro strikes out swinging.
11:12 p.m.: Bird walks.
11:09 p.m.: Sanchez flies out to the warning track in left. He gave it a ride, but no.
Bottom of the eighth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
11:05 p.m.: ButGattis pops out to first basemanBird in foul territory, so that trend was short-lived.
11:05 p.m.: Gurriel flies to the warning track in right-center. Astros getting good swings this inning.
11:02 p.m.: Correa flies out to the warning track in center.
Top of the eighth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
10:55 p.m.: Gregorius grounds out to Altuve, who makes another nice play to end the inning.
10:53 p.m.: Judge strikes out for the 21st time this postseason.
10:51 p.m.: Gardner lines out to center.
Bottom of the seventh (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
This game has settled down in the past hour.
10:44 p.m.: Altuve grounds into a fielder's choice, 6-4. Inning over. Altuve'snot been an offensive factor Conor McDermott Jerseys
tonight at all. Just what the Yankees needed/wanted.
10:42 p.m.: Bregman lines out to Castro at second.
10:41 p.m.:Springer strikes out swinging.
10:39 p.m.: Maybin walks on a close pitch.Lead-off walks aren't what you want from relievers in an 8-0 game.
Adam Warren in to pitch for the Yankees.
Top of the seventh (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
10:33 p.m.: Headley strikes out swinging.
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p.m.: Frazier also grounds to short, but Correa is playing back in his normal position this time.
10:29 p.m.: Hicks grounds out to Correa at short, but he's playing close tothe second-base position because of the shift.
Bottom of the sixth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
10:25 p.m.: Reddick bounces weakly back to Sabathia, who to ses to first to end the inning. That's six shutout innings for CC.
10:24 p.m.: Gonzalez grounds to short, but reaches on a bad throw from Gregorius. Throw sails way wide of Bird.
10:20 p.m.: Gattis lines out to center.
10:19 p.m.: Gurriel strikes out on a failed check swing. That's five Ks for Sabathia.
10:16 p.m.:Correa lines a hit off the glove of a laid-out Gregorius.
Top of the sixth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
10:11 p.m.: Castro pops out to right-center. Easy inning for McHugh.
10:10 p.m.:Bird lines out to Reddick in right.
10:09 p.m.: Sanchez grounds out to short.
Collin McHugh on the mound for Houston.
Bottom of the fifth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
10:04 p.m.: Altuve grounds into a force out at third to end the inning. Sabathia keeping the 'Stros' offense quiet.
10:02 p.m.: Bregman flies out to Judge in foul territory. Judge covers a lot of ground to get there.
10:01 p.m.: Springer lines a single C.J. Mosley Jerseys
to left. Two on, one out. Remember, the Astros' offense can be relentle s at times. Still a long way to go.
10 p.m.: Maybin is robbed of a hit by a diving Judge. More chants of "M-V-P."
9:58 p.m.: Reddick walks.
Top of the fifth (Yankees 8, Astros 0)
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Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) Before we go to the fifth, enjoy this humorous tweet.
9:53 p.m.: Gregorius is retired on a ball that gets by Gonzalez at first and allows Altuve to make another great play. The ol' 3-4-1.Inning finally over, but the damage is done.
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Morgan Bagg (@MorganBagg) This is kinda funny.
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Baseball Bros (@BaseballBros) 9:50 p.m.: Judge i sues a ruling: Home run! (Sorry, that was lame). Anyway, all rise. It's 8-0 Yankees on the three-run, line-drive homer. Looks like there will at least be a Game 5.
9:47 p.m.: With Judge batting, a wild pitch allows Frazier to score. 5-0 Yankees. This one's getting away from the Astros.
9:43 p.m.: Garnder gets hit just below the left knee ona low-and-in breaking ball. Bases loaded. Morton Thomas Hennessy Jerseys
making trouble for himself. That'll do it for him. Will Harris is coming in to pitch for Houston.
9:42 p.m.: Headley grounds up the middle against the shift for an infield hit and an RBI. 4-0 Yankees.
9:38 p.m.: Frazier walks. Runners at the corners with two outs. Call it the ol'unintentional-intentional w