Two years have passed since our Astros won the World Series, and this year we are ready to take it back. You don't want to miss a single home run, do you? That's why we're letting you know that Minute Maid Park is hosting a free official Astros watch party for every away game during the World Series. The games will be streamed at our favorite juice box stadium on the big screen, so you can feel like you're watching them live. And did I mention it's free? 

The watch party starts at 5:00 PM on game day, and this is one party you do not want to be fashionably late to. Though the party is completely free, you have to get your vouchers at the door on the day of the game.

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No one is more excited over the recent Houston Astros' win than the team's loyal fans. Unfortunately, there was one fan that didn't have the best experience during this past Saturday's Game 6, where the Astros secured their spot in the World Series. Now that a video of the said fan has gone viral, the Houston Astros' pitcher, Lance McCullers Jr., is reaching out in hopes of making things right.

McCullers Jr. quoted a tweet from an official account that tweeted the video, originally recorded by someone in the stands watching the chaos ensue. In the video, the fan is seen being escorted out with his friends and family by a police officer, but that didn't stop Yankees' fans from unleashing their anger on the Astros fan as he exited the stadium. The video was enough to catch the attention of McCullers Jr., and now that the fan has identified himself, we're dying to see what happens next.

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Last night was a night the Houston Astros will never forget, for they took home a victory against the Tampa Bay Rays in one of the most important games of the season. The Astros' ALDS win called for a celebration, and #22 Josh Reddick had a plan for how he was going to celebrate all along. After grabbing a bottle of champagne and strapping on a Goku from Dragon Ball Z speedo, it was time to party.

The Astros won Game 5 of the American League Division Series 6-1, eliminating the Rays from the competition entirely. There's quite possibly no better reason for a celebration than something like this, and Reddick knew to take advantage of the night in a way no one else would've thought to do. I mean, if you're going to be part of a champagne shower might as well dress for the occasion, right?

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