Astros pitching in a serious bind heading into World Series Game 6

Astros pitching in a serious bind heading into World Series Game 6

The groups have rotated remaining in a starting pitching bind. The Astros are in one now, and Dusty Baker informed @Ken_Rosenthal on Fox that after using Urquidy in Game 5 they likely need to go to novice Luis Garcia on short rest in Game 6.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 1, 2021.

Jose Urquidy, Houston Astros. (Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports).
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The Houston Astros pitching staff might be up against it in Game 6 vs. the Atlanta Braves.
No doubt about it, the Houston Astros had no choice but to beat the Atlanta Braves on the roadway in Game 5 of the 2021 World Series, but doing so came at a great cost to their pitching personnel.
Down 3-1 in the best-of-seven series, Houston won a bullpen video game over the Braves, 9-5. Though both teams will have a day of rest with Monday being a travel day, the Astros might be restricted with their pitching staff in Game 6 on Tuesday. Manager Dusty Baker stated that by utilizing Jose Urquidy in relief on Sunday night that it might require his hand to opt for Luis Garcia on brief rest for Game 6.
Atlanta is anticipated to have left-hander Max Fried get the start in Game 6 and right-hander Ian Anderson in a winner-take-all scenario in Game 7, if requirement be.

Luke Jackson, Tyler Matzek and Will Smith did not pitch in Game 5. If Atlanta gets to the seventh inning with a lead, that could suggest season over for Houston.
The Astros may have home-field benefit, however the Braves pitching personnel is in a much better area.

Down 3-1 in the best-of-seven series, Houston won a bullpen video game over the Braves, 9-5. Both teams will have a day of rest with Monday being a travel day, the Astros might be limited with their pitching staff in Game 6 on Tuesday. While Baker had to make the needed modifications to come out on top in a must-win game, Atlanta is in a far better position from a pitching perspective getting in Game 6. Fried last pitched in Game 2s loss at Houston.

Houston Astros may have depleted pitching staff heading into Game 6.
While Baker needed to make the required modifications to come out on top in a must-win video game, Atlanta remains in a far better position from a pitching perspective getting in Game 6. Fried last pitched in Game 2s loss at Houston. Though he had a hard time out of the gate, he did settle a bit to offer the Braves a big five innings. Atlanta needs to also have its Nightshift bullpen prepared to rock for Game 6.