HOUSTON — Reggie Jackson didn’t think he was talking into a live radio mic prior to Sunday’s Game 2 of the Yankees-Astros ALCS series at Minute Maid Park. And when he found out differently, he delivered an apology to Giancarlo

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No one was more excited about the Astros surviving Game 2 of the ALCS than Justin Verlander’s wife, Kate Upton. With Houston and the Yankees tied at 2-2 in the sixth inning, shortstop Carlos Correa threw home to get Yankees

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HOUSTON — Carlos Correa broke the Yankees’ hearts with his game-winning homer in the bottom of the 11th to give the Astros a 3-2 win that knotted the ALCS at 1-1. But the shortstop made his imprint on the game

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HOUSTON — The Yankees know they’ll have to ask a lot of their bullpen if they want to win their first World Series in a decade. Sunday night was a fierce test and, for the most part, their relievers did

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HOUSTON — Who told The Savages to be civil? OK, that was Justin Verlander doing his thing against the Yankees on Sunday night at Minute Maid Park, and the Astros’ relief corps hardly features a bunch of chumps. Nevertheless, the

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HOUSTON — James Paxton had only allowed one run when manager Aaron Boone motioned to the bullpen to summon Chad Green in the bottom of the third in Game 2 of the ALCS. Paxton, who started Game 1 of the

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HOUSTON — The Yankees won Game 1 and that was as close to vital as playoff openers get. They needed to establish instantly that this would not be 2017 redux, when they couldn’t win in Houston, and without the home-field

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HOUSTON — It is harder to imagine a more perfect postseason baseball game than this one: tense and taut; two teams desperate for victory for different reasons; a howling, baying, pleading crowd that spent much of the night alternating between

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HOUSTON — It is easy to say the Yankees’ trip to Texas was a success because they split the first two games of the ALCS against the Astros at Minute Maid Park, where the hosts are very difficult to topple.

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A member of the Astros’ ballpark security team sitting in the Houston dugout was struck by a ball Sunday night during Game 2 of the ALCS. Multiple Yankees and Astros players on the field and in the dugout were seen

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