The Houston Astros not only took Game 4 of the World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies last night, but they did it while throwing a combined no-hitter.
It’s the first combined no-no in postseason history and the first World Series no-hitter since Don Larsen threw a perfect game in 1956.
That’s how rare the Astros’ feat was.
The team made a cool video of what happened in Game 4.
“Episode 4: The Gang Throws a No-Hitter. #AstrosRecaps presented by @Academy Sports + Outdoors,” the Astros tweeted, with the clip.
— Houston Astros (@astros) November 3, 2022
A Cool Highlight Video To Remember The No-No
The video, neatly edited and presented, shows some of the highlights from the Astros win on Wednesday night, one that helped them even the World Series 2-2.
There was also the part, of course, in which Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado hit Yordan Alvarez with the bases loaded, bringing the first run to the scoreboard in an inning in which Houston would cross the plate five times.
Of course, the video also has a cool shot of Ryan Pressly getting the final out on a roller to third base, completing the no-no and being hugged by his catcher.
The Astros hope Academy Sports makes another highlight video that features a win tonight.