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That's the thing that bothered Astros reliever Joe Musgrove after he'd had some time to think it through."Right where I wanted it -- fastball up in the zone," Musgrove said.From there, the game devolved into complete madness.For the next eight innings, the Braves and Astros took turns getting runners in scoring position and then stranding them. I mean, when you watch Gattis get up to bat, I mean isn’t it unbelievable? I mean, (Jose) Altuve, (Carlos) Correa, all of those guys, (Evan) Gattis.
In 56 long years, the Astros have changed divisions more often than they've made the World Series.
Houston, finally back in the postseason - again via the wild card - held a convincing 6-2 lead over the Kansas City Royals in the eighth inning of Game 4 of the 2015 ALDS.
Spearheaded by their new middle-infield combo of Jose Altuve and an emerging Carlos Correa, the Astros simply needed to record six outs to reach their first ALCS. The small-ball Royals refused to let their season die, and they came out swinging to the tune of five straight singles.
They've also been the victim of playoff heartaches - often made worse by the fact that the team seemed all but guaranteed to progress.
So, Houston's Game 7 showdown Saturday night against the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series will be about more than just satisfying some arbitrary conditions for a successful season.
Then - as if the ghosts of postseasons past took control of Kendrys Morales' comebacker - the ball skipped over Correa's glove, the game was suddenly tied, and Houston's momentum was gone.