Dallas Keuchel had a simple explanation behind one of the most exciting World Series games you’ll ever see. “Obviously, the balls are juiced,’’ the Astros Game 1 starter told USA Today after Game 2. “I think they’re juiced 100 percent. But it is what it is. I’m just glad we came out on top.’’ The...
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