Published: Tue, October 29, 2019
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

President Trump booed by World Series crowd, some chant ‘lock him up’

President Trump booed by World Series crowd, some chant ‘lock him up’

The Astros (107-55) won all three games in Washington to retake home-field advantage in the 2019 World Series and are on a roll, while the Nationals (93-69) look to stave off elimination and continue the streak of the road team winning each game.

Cole and the Astros did not seem to be distracted by the duo's antics, as they went on to win the game 7-1.

Yuli Gurriel singled off Sean Doolittle in the eighth inning to bring home George Springer.

Born in Spain, Andres is a naturalized USA citizen and said his appearance on the mound recognized the work of millions of first responders. NY dropped the first two at home before sweeping the Braves in Atlanta and then clinching the series back home in the Bronx in Game 6.

"He knew what this game meant to this Series", Astros manager AJ Hinch said. But at the same time, it's another baseball game, same as the ones we've played before in previous series, and all season.

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The Nationals scored 17 runs in the two games in Houston to begin the series, but managed just one in each of the three games at Nationals Park.

The series now shifts to Houston as the Astros turn to former AL MVP Justin Verlander to try and snuff out the Nationals' at home. Lindsey Graham, joined them.

When the president was announced on the public address system after the third inning as part of a tribute to veterans, the crowd roared into sustained booing - hitting nearly 100 decibels. He won just over 4% of the vote in the District of Columbia in 2016. "And today there was a German shepherd that I didn't really feel comfortable petting".

The timing of that break actually fits in well for Scherzer, who after receiving a cortisone injection in his neck Sunday knew he'd need to wait a while before attempting to throw again.

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said he discussed with Trump whether he'd like to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, but the president declined while citing the disruption that would cause fans getting to the ballpark. That, however, would reduce his options for a Game 7, especially if Scherzer isn't able to make that start or isn't effective if he does pitch. Team owner Jim Crane has sent an apology to Stephanie Asptein, the Sports Illustrated writer who reported how Brandon Taubman, then an Astros executive, shouted his support of Osuna, specifically in the direction of three female reporters, one of whom had questioned Houston's decision to acquire Osuna while he was serving a 75-game suspension under the league's domestic-violence policy. So just keep working good at-bats.

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