Yankees’ most recent ALCS loss to the Astros creates questionable history

With a 6-5 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday night, the New York Yankees’ run in the MLB postseason came to an end.

In crucial situations, Yordan Alvarez, Alex Bregman, and Jeremy Pena all delivered huge hits for the Astros. The group also profited from Gleyber Torres’ defensive blunder in the seventh inning, which permitted the winning rally.

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The Yankees are once again finishing a season without a championship or even making an appearance, as the Astros advance to their fourth World Series trip in six years. Since 2009, when New York last won the championship, the squad has not advanced to the World Series.

The Yankees have appeared in five American League Championship Series since 2009, but they have lost each one. According to ESPN Stats

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