Houston Astros won the 2022 World Series title and the team’s Mexican pitcher achieved a record never seen before in 119 years of the MLB ‘Fall Classic’. Not even Julio Urías could do it!
He was ready for a Game 7, but there was no need. Houston Astros won the 2022 world series against Philadelphia Phillies and one of the added values of the championship was the record achieved by the team’s Mexican pitcher. Neither Julius Uriah did it with Los Angeles Dodgers!
One of the biggest failures of the Postseason was carried out by the Dodgers. Except for Game 1, which was a victory for Urías, the Los Angeles team lost three consecutive games and was eliminated against San Diego Padres in the National League Division Series.
Julio Urías was one participation in the World Series away from achieving the record achieved by the pitcher born in Mexico who won the 2022 ‘Fall Classic’ with the Houston Astros. While the Dodgers pitcher has one save in five appearances in the World Series, Jose Urquidy records three wins in 5 games.
It was until the 2022 World Series Astros vs. Philadelphia Phillies who Urquidy saw action in the postseason. The pitcher, from Mazatlan, Mexico, pitched three innings in Game 3, allowing no runs, giving up one hit and striking out four players in Houston’s 7-0 loss.
The Mexican Astros pitcher achieved a record never seen before in the World Series
With the Houston Astros title in the 2022 World Series, Jose Urquidy He achieved the record of being the player born in Mexico with the most participations (3) in the ‘Fall Classic’ (2019, 2021 and 2022) who wins a championship ring. The mark that was not seen in the 119 years of the MLB postseason still didn’t make it Julius Uriah, since he has played two editions (2018 and 2020) of the World Series with Los Angeles Dodgers.