Good morning, baseball fans!
Houston managed to get one more win to extend the series to six games, but ultimately weren’t able to make it very competitive in Game 6, with Atlanta winning 7-0.
This mark’s Atlanta’s first World Series win since 1995. And funnily enough, it means that Pablo Sandoval will receive his fourth World Series ring, having been traded earlier this season for National League Championship Series MVP, Eddie Rosario.
It’s bittersweet for San Francisco Giants fans, many of whom rightly assumed that it would be a team from the NL West that would ultimately win it all this season, after the incredible race to the finish between them and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
But Atlanta did us a solid and took out the Dodgers in the Championship Series, and for that we’ll always be grateful. Also, former Giants Ehire Adrianza, Adam Duvall, Drew Smyly, Will Smith and Stephen Vogt will also receive World Series rings, and we love to see Forever Giants thrive.
Congratulations, Atlanta fans!
Old, random MCC article for you to read
The games the Giants had no business winning (October 15th, 2015 - Doug Bruzzone)
How many days until pitchers and catchers report?
Giants pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in 106 days