The Astros celebrated their World Series win on Monday in Houston, and for the occasion, many fans came out to mark the event.
Texas were crowned major league champions by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies for the fourth and final time in Game 6 of the World Series. The game ended 4-1 on Saturday.
“I'm still on cloud nine and I know I haven't realized everything that's going on yet,” the stopper said. -short Jeremy Pena, before the start of the parade, according to the daily “Houston Chronicle”. But it's special.”
“You supported us to the fullest and I just want to let you know that we recognize that,” said Framber Valdez, starting pitcher. for the sixth and final game of the World Series. I love you, thank you so much.”
It was the Astros' first title since 2017, the latter of which was marred by the stolen signals scandal. Since then, they have been beaten twice in the Grand Finals, in 2019 by the New York Yankees and last year by the Atlanta Braves.