Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox - ALCS: Game 3 (10/18/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
After a huge explosion of offense early in game two, the Boston Red Sox have evened their American League Championship Series matchup with the Houston Astros. Boston waited little time getting out in front on Saturday, thanks to a pair of big hits. First time in postseason history a team has hit two grand slams in one postseason game, and the Red Sox have done it in the first two innings! Houston’s offense came late in the game, but saw big outputs, as Yuli Gurriel and Jason Castro each hit home runs in the ninth. What: American League Championship Series (Game 3)Who: Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox (Series tied 1-1)When: Monday, October 18Time: 8:07 p.m.mlive.com
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