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Lance McCullers pitched four scoreless innings of relief Saturday, earning the save in the Astros' ALCS Game 7 win over the Yankees.

Charlie Morton will be remembered as the Game 7 winner, but McCullers arguably played just as big of a role in the victory, shutting down the Yankees in convincing fashion after taking over in the sixth. McCullers allowed just one hit, a single, and walked one while striking out six. He was so dominant that at one point he threw 28 consecutive curveballs and the Yankees still had no answer. His relief outing, paired with a strong showing in what ended up being an Astros loss in Game 4, should mean we'll see him start one of the club's World Series home games next weekend.
Oct 21 - 11:49 PM

Justin Verlander on Saturday was named the American League Championship Series MVP.

Verlander didn't have a hand in the decisive Game 7, but that's because he was recovering from tossing seven scoreless innings the night before. That outing, coupled with the single-most dominant performance from a starting pitcher this postseason in a Game 2 complete-game victory, earned him the recognition. Verlander allowed just one run in 16 innings in the ALCS, striking out 22, and he's got a 1.46 ERA and 0.93 WHIP in four starts overall this postseason. He'll start Wednesday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Dodgers.
Oct 21 - 11:44 PM

Aaron Judge went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Saturday's ALCS Game 7 loss to the Astros.

With his strikeout in the eighth inning, Judge earned the unsightly distinction of owning the record for most strikeouts in a single postseason, with 27. He accomplished the feat in just 13 games. It was an education for the 25-year-old, who hit .188/.316/.500 in the postseason as a whole. Great things are still ahead for Judge and the young Yankees squad.
Oct 21 - 11:40 PM

Evan Gattis hit a solo home run, which turned out to be the game-winning run, in Saturday's Game 7 victory over the Yankees in the American League Championship Series.

Gattis broke a scoreless tie in the fourth inning when he yanked a CC Sabathia offering to left-center. It was a good time for his first homer of the postseason, and his first hit of the series. He's hit .250/.360/.500 in seven playoff games to date, and could be in for a bigger workload in the next round with the Dodgers boasting so many lefties.
Oct 21 - 11:34 PM

Jose Altuve hit a solo home run in the Astros' win over the Yankees in Saturday's Game 7 of the American League Championship Series.

Altuve muscled up for an opposite-field, solo shot in the fifth inning, the first of three runs that effectively buried the Yankees in the deciding game of the series. The second basemen went 8-for-25 with two homers and four RBI in the series, and he's batted .400/.500/.775 with five home runs in 11 games this postseason. The lefty killer should especially enjoy a matchup with the southpaw-laden Dodgers in next week's World Series.
Oct 21 - 11:28 PM
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