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Old 10-12-2015, 07:00 PM   #1
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Astros fans thrilled at first, then feel agony of Monday's Game 4 loss

Monday afternoon at Lucky’s was a story of great highs and lows.

When the Astros were winning, the bar in the shadows of Minute Maid Park was alive.

"This is what we've been expecting for the last 10 years and we were hoping for this and we're happy that it's happening," fan Chris Alvarez said. "Whether we win or lose, we're still fans of the Astros. That's our team."

Another fan said: "It was going good. It was going really good. But now that I see the score, it hurts. It hurts a little bit. If we don't get it now, we're ready to take it in K.C. So we're ready.

The Astros will hope to keep their postseason hopes alive in Game 5 on Wednesday in Kansas City.





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