The Houston Astros fell to the Boston Red Sox 8-2 Tuesday in Game 3 of the American League Championship series.
Boston holds the 2-1 series lead.
Here are the the biggest moments leading up to and during Tuesday’s Game 3 of the ALCS:
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The Astros fall to the Red Sox 8-2. Boston takes a 2-1 series lead.
Jackie Bradley Jr. hits a grand slam off of Roberto Osuna to extend Boston's lead 8-2.
Roberto Osuna plunks Mitch Moreland and the Red Sox extend their lead 4-2.
Steve Pearce hits a solo home run off of Joe Smith to give Boston a 3-2 lead. Tony Sipp is now coming in the game to pitch for Houston.
Alex Bregman drives in Jose Altuve to tie the game at 2.
Tony Kemp makes an impressive catch at the wall to keep Boston from scoring.
Marwin Gonzalez hits an RBI single to put the Astros on the board in the first inning. Houston still trails 2-1.
The Red Sox scored two runs against Astros starter Dallas Keuchel in the top of the first inning of Tuesday's game.
It started with a leadoff single by Mookie Betts, who later scored on a J.D. Martinez double to right field.
Xander Bogaerts grounded out, but it scored Andrew Benintendi, who singled to left earlier in the inning.
The Red Sox stranded a runner, ending the top half of the inning with a 2-0 lead.
A quick look at Red Sox starter Eovaldi, who takes the mound in Game 3.
Manager AJ Hinch and pitcher Charlie Morton address the media.
Why is the roof closed?
Time to chill.
This crew is up early!
It's game day!