Published: Sat, October 21, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Yankees, Astros Game 6 ALCS lineups | Carlos Beltran benched

Yankees, Astros Game 6 ALCS lineups | Carlos Beltran benched

Kershaw, a seven-time All-Star and former National League MVP, has never played in the World Series during this 10-year career.

Yankee Stadium and the Yankees' fans were a huge factor, and now it is time for Astros Nation to step up, and I fully expect that they will. They are riding the momentum after taking three games in the Bronx, and need to keep that momentum going. To make matters worse, four of those runs can in game four which means that the team has scored one run or fewer in games three and five. So the idea is to close it out tonight.

You can live stream Game 6 of the ALCS between the Yankees and Astros. on the FOX Sports Go app.

Now it's time for the Astros and Yankees to settle things in the American League. "Some of that is them executing pitches".

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Verlander has been sensational as an Astro and it's hard to imagine him not putting in another grand effort even coming off a complete game where he threw 124 pitches six days ago.

"When you're a kid, you just hope you make it to the big leagues", Kershaw said following Thursday's victory. This is not a fair fight and Yankees will dominate if the Astros are forced to use relievers. Furthermore, the Yankees arms have been nothing short of remarkable. "I'm just gonna throw the ball and walk [around] like a robot", Severino joked. He has the stuff to shut the Astros down, and the ace should be able to do that.

Severino says he could have stayed in the game then, and he'll be ready to go now.

During the regular season, the Astros' averaged a MLB-best 5.5 runs per game and their 282 team batting average wasn't just first in baseball, but nine percentage points higher than anyone else's.

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