For the first time in the team’s history, the Houston Astros are waking up World Series champs. The game seven win has them getting ready to celebrate. Fox News correspondent Lauren Blanchard is in Los Angeles with a look back at their amazing win.
A big victory for Houston as Astros fans celebrate their historic win.
“Through the course of this great seven game series, we really did see the Houston strong.”
“What an, what an incredible, incredible World Series and, what an incredible result last night, I mean.”
It was their second-ever world series appearance — and, their first world series win. After fifty-five years in major league baseball, the Houston Astros can now call themselves world series champs.
The Astros winning game seven five-to-one over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Celebrations reached from the field into the locker room and onto the streets in Houston.
Dodgers fans were obviously not pleased with the outcome, but, they are remaining loyal to their team while taking their loss in stride.
Mos says, “I’m still a dodger fan and maybe next year will go up there again.”
The win a big boost for Houston as the city continues its recovery from Hurricane Harvey, which happened only two and a half months ago. Stores are filled with merchandise celebrating the big win as fans get ready to welcome their heroes home.
Houston will celebrate their World Series win with a parade on Friday through downtown, exactly the type of celebration the city needs after their hard-earned victory.
In los Angeles, Lauren Blanchard, Fox News.