Houston Astros And Atlanta Braves Friday night in Atlanta is Game 3 of the 2021 World Series. After facing Game 2 at home in Houston on Wednesday night, the best seven series are tied 1-1. The Braves’ Fall Classic opener took place at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday and will now play the next three games at their home stadium: Troost Park.
The stakes are high as teams will win over 70% of playoffs in MLB’s top seven postseason playoffs 2-1. With that throat clear, let’s get down to the basics: how to watch Wednesday night’s game.
How to see
Date: Friday October 29 | Time20 h 09 HE
Site: Troost Park (Atlanta, Georgia)
TV: Renard | Live broadcast: fuboTV (Try for free)
Contradictions : +101 GT; ADL-111; O / U: 8.5 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Entries: Louis Garcia (11-8, era 3.48) vs. Ian Anderson (9-5, 3.58 era)
Houston’s hopes for Garcia are high. He had a poor fight last season, but before his last start against her red socks at the ALCS, he made some minor mechanical changes in response to the knee discomfort. The results increase speed, sharper things and better results. Whether he can re-illuminate those improvements on Friday will play a major role in the outcome of Game3.
According to Anderson, the 23-year-old right-hander has made three starts since this season. In those three starts, he racked up a 2.25 ERA with 12 strikeouts and four walks in 12 innings.
Let’s just say Garcia is out again and the overused Atlanta Bullben stumbles a bit in the middle of the round.
Choice: Astros 3, Braves 1
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