Transcript for Astros 1 win away from 1st-ever World Series title
You know we'll turn to tonight's world series showdown, everybody. The Astros one win away from their first championship ever and T.J. Holmes is outside dodger stadium in L.A. Hey, T.J. Reporter: Hey, good morning to you, stra and the Astros should feel pretty good not just because they're up 3-2 but they got their stud on the mound tonight. Big game pitcher Justin Verlander one of the best in baseball for a long time. He has been great for the Astros. Only been with the team about two months since he came over in a late season trade and what has he done since he's come to the 'stros? He has not lost a single game, guys, including in these playoffs so that's how good they should feel right now, but, hey, the dodgers should feel pretty good as well. This is why, Strahan, guess who had the best home record in all of baseball this year? You got it, these dodgers so glad to be coming home. There is no place like home. What would this victory mean, T.J., for the Astros. It's the city that's been through so much this year. Yes, it's not just the first world series are to the franchise in their history but they have been taking on that Houston strong mantra since that city was devastated by hurricane Harvey. They wear theatches that say strong on their uniforms during this postseason but a lot of these guys were affected, their own families as well and would mean a lot for a city to smile about. I know what it meant to new Orleans when the saints won thesuper bowl after Katrina. It means a lot. We'll watch tonight.
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