World Series: Framber Valdez and Astros Even Series With Game 2 Win
This is a rush transcript from “Special Report,” October 12, 2003. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
There’s a reason that the Houston Astros were swept out of the World Series last night. They were outplayed in the game, outhit, and had a pitcher who threw a no-hitter for them.
And then there’s the one man who can take care of that.
[Tape: Houston, Texas. – October 12, 2003. 09:59:54]
You know what the last guy who had a no-hitter in the World Series, they lost to the Yankees.
The Houston Astros are taking the Series right back.
The Houston Astros are back in the World Series.
Last night they were swept out of the World Series.
They were outhit by the Yankees, they have a pitcher who threw a no-hitter, and they have the best pitcher in baseball.
[Tape: October 12, 2003. 10:00:15]
The Yankees had no hits on the way to the World Series but they did have a little bit of luck.
What do you think that meant?
Well the Houston Astros have the best pitcher in baseball.
And their best hitter.
And, and, and, and, and the Yankees got some, got a game from the Houston Astros’ best pitcher and their best hitter.
What is the story with the Astros and, and, and, and [INAUDIBLE].
[Tape: October 12, 2003. 10:01:30]