With four runs allowed over seven innings, Justin Verlander was saddled with his second loss of this #postseason - the first time he's been credited with multiple losses in a playoff run with the Astros.
With six innings of four-hit, one-run ball, James Paxton picked up the first postseason win of his career.
Jose Altuve is just the fourth second baseman to score at least 30 runs over his postseason career, joining Dustin Pedroia, Chase Utley and Roberto Alomar.
Gerrit Cole is the first pitcher to throw 7+ shutout innings in a postseason game at Yankee Stadium since Anibal Sanchez in 2012.
Stephen Strasburg joined Mike Scott (1986) as the only pitchers with 0 ER and 12+ Ks in an NLCS game in MLB history.
Jose Altuve hit his 11th career home run in the postseason, breaking Chase Utley's record for most all-time by a second baseman.