Bregman celebrates baseball World Series win
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Bregman celebrates baseball World Series win

Houston batter Alex Bregman celebrating in front of Astros fans after the World Series win, with his wife Reagan.
Houston batter Alex Bregman celebrating in front of Astros fans after the World Series win, with his wife Reagan.

Jewish batter for the Houston Astros, Alex Bregman, copped a broken left index finger during his team’s 4-1 game six victory over the Phillies at Minute Maid Park, Houston, last Saturday night, but any pain was more than replaced with the joy of being part of a World Series winning team.

Bregman scored four runs in the six-game series, which the Astros won by four games to two, delivering them their second title in six years.

The 28-year-old said in a post-match interview posted on the Astros’ website, before a victory street parade attended by close to 1 million fans, that “Winning it [the World Series] is super exciting, and a dream come true for every single person in here [the club]”.

“You work very hard all year long to try to accomplish it, and I think everyone in our clubhouse believed we could do it.

“And we have a really young team, so the window [for further success] is going to be open.”

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