Astros-Phillies World Series Game 3 highlights, lineups, more

After a slight weather delay, Game 3 of the World Series is here.

The Philadelphia Phillies won Game 1 in exciting fashion, making a comeback from a 5-0 deficit against the Houston Astros. However, the Astros went out to another 5-0 lead in Game 2, and this time it stuck. The series goes to Philadelphia in a 1-1 draw and whoever wins that could use the momentum going forward.

Here are the best sights and sounds from Game 3.

More things for Philly

Marsh helps lead the Phillies

Brandon Marsh has had just enough. Hardly.

After Philadelphia led 3-0 with two outs in the second inning, the Phillies midfielder faced a 2-0 count against Astros starter Lance McCullers Jr. and turned a hanging 83.7-mile slider to narrow him down to drive over the fence and extend the lead to 4:0.

The home run was Philadelphia’s third in two innings, after a first inning shot from Bryce Harper and a ding from Alec Bohm, who was officiating the second inning.

The umpires checked the homer to confirm it went over the fence, with repeat reports showing a young fan dropping the baseball back onto the field.

Harper may have a magical touch. Before Bohm’s at-bat, Harper called the Phillies third baseman to tell him something. Bohm then threw a first-pitch sinker over the left field fence at 93.2 mph. However, what Harper Bohm told remains a mystery. When asked by the Fox show what Harper said, Bohm declined to comment. – Joon Lee

Böhm smashes one

Harper brings Philly on the board

A strong alliance

The World Series rivalry between the Astros and the Phillies extends beyond the field into the kitchens of Philadelphia restaurants.

Two popular Philadelphia restaurants — Angelo’s Pizzeria and Mike’s BBQ — turned down catering requests from the Houston Astros.

In a post on the Mike’s BBQ Instagram account, Astros dietician Lisa Clarke reached out to the restaurant in hopes of ordering food for the team. But in the post, Clarke mentions a “gil” and seems to be looking for Latin food that Mike doesn’t serve.

Philadelphians hypothesized online that the team may have been trying to reach Gil Arends, co-owner of Puyero Venezuelan Flavor, a restaurant that serves Latin American dishes.

In the Angelo’s Pizzeria Instagram Story, owner Danny DiGiampietro claimed he didn’t cook for the Astros after Phillies fans mistook his restaurant for Angelo’s, which serves hoagies.

No word on whether the Astros could eat before Game 3. – Joon Lee

Gold Glove Receiver

Before Game 3, Jeremy Pena (AL shortstop), Kyle Tucker (AL Outfielder) and JT Realmuto (NL Catcher) received their Gold Glove Awards.

Fashion before the game

Match 3 lineups and pitchers

Appetizers: Lance McCullers Jr. (4-2, 47.2 IP, 2.27 ERA, 50K) vs. Ranger Suarez (10-7, 155.1 IP, 3.65 ERA, 129K)

Houston Astros

1. Jose Altuve (R) 2B (0.300AVG, 28HR, 0.921OPS)
2. Jeremy Pena (R) SS (0.253AVG, 22HR, 0.715OPS)
3. Jordan Alvarez (L) LF (0.306AVG, 37HR, 1.019OPS)
4. Alex Bregman (R) 3B (0.259AVG, 23HR, 0.820OPS)
5. Kyle Tucker (L)RF (0.257AVG, 30HR, 0.808OPS)
6. Yuli Gurriel (R) 1B (0.242AVG, 8HR, 0.647OPS)
7. David Hensley (R) DH (0.345AVG, 1HR, 1.027OPS)
8. Chas McCormick (R) CF (0.245AVG, 14HR, 0.738OPS)
9. Martin Maldonado (R) C (0.186AVG, 15HR, 0.600OPS)

Philadelphia Phillies

1. Kyle Schwarber (L) LF (.218AVG, 46HR, .827OPS)
2. Rhys Hoskins (R) 1B (0.246 AVG, 30 hrs, 0.794 OPS)
3. JT Realmuto (R) C (0.276 HR, 22 HR, 0.820 OPS)
4. Bryce Harper (L) DH (0.286AVG, 18HR, 0.877OPS)
5. Nick Castellanos (R)RF (0.263AVG, 13HR, 0.694OPS)
6. Alec Boehm (R) 3B (0.280AVG, 13HR, 0.713OPS)
7. Bryson Stott (R) SS (0.234AVG, 10HR, 0.653OPS)
8. Jean Segura (R) 2B (0.277AVG, 10HR, 0.723OPS)
9. Brandon Marsh (R) CF (0.245AVG, 11HR, 0.679OPS)

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Emma Bowman

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