The fans of the Seattle Mariners (American League Division Series), New York Yankees (American League Championship Series), and Philadelphia Phillies (World Series) all had a mantra before facing the Houston Astros this postseason: “WE WANT HOUSTON”.
“Houston, you have a problem,” was the mantra of the fans from Seattle before the Mariners played the Houston Astros in the 2022 American League Division Series.
“In the backyard, you dream of this type of situation,” Peña said about his game-winning home run in his postgame interview. “Bottom of the ninth, bases loaded, and two outs. Every kid comes up with that scenario in their head and you just try to put together good at-bats and try to have fun with the boys.”
As the press conference was ending, Peña was asked a question about his outlook on being up 2-0 in the series over the Mariners and headed to play two games in Seattle. He channeled the energy and emotions of one of his favorite athletes of all time in the late NBA Hall of Fame Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant.
If it is October, you already know what is happening at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. The Houston Astros is gearing up for another Major League Baseball Postseason run that hopefully will land them in a spot where they feel they have some unfinished business.
“It was a very special moment,” said Alvarez, who finished the game going 3-for-5 at the plate with five RBI. “When I hit the ball and saw the ball go, I could feel all the fans getting super loud and excited. I think it was one of the most special moments in my career.”
“Everyone pulls for each other, and that is the one thing I noticed when I showed up here last year,” said Astros reliever Ryne Stanek
Houston Texans head coach and defensive coordinator had been telling anyone who would listen that there was just something special about rookie safety Jalen Pitre. From the time he was drafted until he played in his first NFL regular season game, coach Smith has raved about the potential of the second-round selection in the 2022 NFL Draft out of Baylor University.
The Houston Texans head coach and defensive coordinator have been telling anyone who would listen that there was just something special about rookie safety Jalen Pitre. From the time he was drafted until he played in his first NFL regular season game, coach Smith has raved about the potential of the second-round selection in the 2022 NFL Draft out of Baylor University.
“Going into this game I told my guys that we cannot go in there with our heads down and not knowing what we are supposed to be doing," said PV head coach Bubba McDowell "If we do, we are going to get embarrassed in our home stadium."