It looked like the Astros didn’t start fighting L.A. til about the eighth inning of Wednesday night’s game two of the World Series, scoring six runs over the next three innings in the 7-6 twelve-inning Astros win.
Turns out the Astros took the fight to L.A. long before that.
As in the night before.
At least Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch allegedly did.
TMZ Sports reports that Hinch was at a bar in the team hotel in Pasadena after losing Game 1 and having some drinks when some people came in and reportedly started talking trash about the Astros.
“Sources say Hinch “snapped” and unleashed on the other patrons — cursing and yelling in the middle of the bar. One witness tells us the incident turned physical and cops were called to separate the two parties.”
TMZ goes on to say Pasadena police responded to the incident but made no arrests and did not take down a police report.
Of course, Hinch says differently, saying it never happened and "fabrications really suck."
Whether that fight happened or not, it certainly put some fight into Houston.
There is no fabricating that.
Source: TMZ Sports