Take notes kids: this is exactly how you want to pimp a playoff, walkoff bomb pic.twitter.com/Iah1cHgebH— TexasTakes (@HouseOfTakes) October 14, 2019
What a game and what a fucking finish.
Last night in the 11th-inning, Carlos Correa crushed a 94 mph fastball from J.A. Happ, to not only win the game but even the Astros-Yankees American League Championship Series.
Correa might as well have won the Series though because there is just no way the Yankees can come back from the home run celebration that ensued:
Oh and who was Correa pointing to as he circled the bases:
"Next home run I hit will be for you. When you see me pointing, I'll be pointing at you" – Carlos Correa to Jalen Garcia— The Crawfish Boxes (@CrawfishBoxes) October 14, 2019
Credit to Gabriel Flores for posting! pic.twitter.com/btIDJeR7Q0
Folks, this is what you call a story book run. These type of plays, in these type of moments. It’s what separates Championship teams from the rest.
The type of plays that leave your teammates speechless:
Even though they already knew they’d win the game:
Alex Bregman: "There was no 0-2. There was never going to be 0-2. We were going to win tonight.”— Chandler Rome (@Chandler_Rome) October 14, 2019
PS: Has a 36yr old ever looked better in a tank top than Justin Verlander?
Justin Verlander waited for every teammate to come off the field after the walk-off win. pic.twitter.com/DpcsQWMyTO— Julia Morales (@JuliaMorales) October 14, 2019