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The Baseball World Series

The Baseball World Series

By E. J.

As you probably know, the Baseball World Series just ended. And as you probably know by now, I REALLY like baseball. The Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros, 4 to 3. This means that out of the seven games that the teams played, the Nationals won four of them and the Astros won three of them.

Here are the scores of the seven games:

Game 1: Washington = 5      Houston = 4
Game 2: Washington = 12   Houston = 3
Game 3: Washington = 1     Houston = 4
Game 4: Washington = 1     Houston = 8
Game 5: Washington = 1     Houston = 7
Game 6: Washington = 7    Houston = 2
Game 7: Washington = 6    Houston = 2

As you can tell by the scores, The Washington Nationals won. I was very sad, considering that I was rooting for the Houston Astros. But it’s not the end of the world.

This is Washington’s first time winning the World Series, and they were pretty excited! The World Series MVP (Most Valuable Player) was awarded to Stephen Strasburg. He is a pitcher. In his career, he has 112 wins and 58 losses. He has been in and started 239 games. He has pitched 1438.2 innings and has 1695 strikeouts. All of these stats are from his career, NOT the World Series.