Third baseman Alex Bregman singled to left field in the bottom of the 12th inning and sealed the Houston Astros’ triumph by 13-12 over the Los Angeles Dodgers, which allows them to be just one win away from getting the title of the World Series.
The Astros, who had an attack of five homers, with their victory put 3-2 numbers in the Fall Classic that is played to the best of seven.
Having suffered their first loss in their “Minute Maid Park” field so far this postseason on Saturday, the Astros regained form, put their mark at 7-1 in that section and credited a key triumph about getting his first World Series in his 56-year history.
After having a three-run lead in the seventh inning, built by the Venezuelan-Puerto Rican connection of second baseman Jose Altuve and shortstop Carlos Correa, the Astros allowed the slate to tie for the ninth.
Finally, Bregman drove emerging runner Derek Fisher in the 12th inning and sealed the Astros’ triumph.
The victory credited the closer Joe Musgrove (1-0) in an episode, accepting an unstoppable.
The Dodgers got a three-runner in the ninth, but could not come back.
The defeat was closed by closer Kenley Jansen (0-1) in one inning and two thirds, allowed two hits and one run.
The sixth game, which could be the final if the Astros win, moves on Tuesday to the Dodgers’ field, which will go up the mound to Rich Hill, while the ninth Texan will have as its starter Justin Verlander.