The stars of houston they won in philadelphia to the Phillies in a tight 3v2 game and were one win away from winning the World Series. Mauricio Dubonclose to making history Honduras.
The veteran-led team Dusty Baker entered with the conviction of taking the fifth game and Jeremy Penawho was the banner of victory, understood the message and in the first inning practically defined the game.
Peña drove in the first run with a single to center field and put the starsalthough the advantage was short-lived since Kyle Schwarber a spectacular home run was sent into the stands behind right field.
In the top of the fourth inning, the figure Jeremy Pena made history by becoming the first rookie shortstop to hit a home run in the history of the World Series
The stars they regained an advantage that he would no longer lose. The Venezuelan Jose Altuve took advantage of a lousy fielding by Rhys Hoskins and hit the third run of the night for those from houston.
And it is that the Baker team showed a great defense and found, in addition, in Justin Verlander the pitcher who had not been appearing in past games. Today he was fine and was vital in the game.
Next Saturday will be game six at the Minute Maid Park of houston. The game will start at 6:00 in the afternoon (Honduran time).