Game 7 of the World Series produced some amazing photos

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The Houston Astros are World Series champions for the first time in franchise history, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in a dramatic seven-game series.

While Game 7 was not as dramatic as games earlier in the series, there were still big moments, huge plays, and a number of memorable images from one of the best World Series in a long time.

Here are the best photos from Getty Image, the Associated Press, and Reuters.


There is always something epic about major sporting events that begin in the daylight and end under the lights.

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The color guard in the outfield during the national anthem.

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Yuli Gurriel tips his helmet to Yu Darvish.

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George Springer reacts to his huge 2-run home run.


Yu Darvish’s reaction was a bit different.


Carlos Correa greets George Springer at the dugout after the home run.

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Jose Altuve celebrates after doubling Logan Forsythe off of second base.

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Corey Seager dives back to first base after hitting a single in the third inning.

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Jose Altuve celebrates a second-inning double-play.

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The moment right before a pitch hits Justin Turner.

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Yasiel Puig slams his bat in disgust after just missing a home run in the third inning.

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A piece of Corey Seager’s broken bat goes flying.


Yu Darvish had a rough night.


Clayton Kershaw pitched 4 strong innings.

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It was too little, too late.

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It is rare to see Magic Johnson not smiling.

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The moment Corey Seager realized the World Series was over.

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Yuli Gurriel and Alex Bregman celebrate after the final out.


For a brief moment after the final out, Charlie Moment looks toward home plate for his catcher and he wasn’t there (Brian McCann had run up the first base line).

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Brian McCann leaps into the arms of Charlie Morton


The Astros running on to the field after the final out.


Yasiel Puig watches as the Astros celebrate on the field.


Another view of the players running on to the field.

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The Astros celebrate on the infield.

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Other Dodgers watch as the Astros celebrate.


In hindsight, maybe a death mask was not the best idea for Game 7.


The Astros celebrate with the World Series trophy.


Kate Upton and Justin Verlander celebrated with a selfie…

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and a kiss.

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Carlos Correa celebrates back in the locker room.

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Dallas Keuchel sprays a teammate with champagne.

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For Dodgers fans, there was pain.


But for Astros fans, the wait is over.

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There is a good chance this is not the last time this group of Astros get to hold the World Series trophy.

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Now check out the biggest plays and best moments from Game 7.

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