One day after celebrating the franchise's first World Series title with a parade through downtown Houston, Houston Astros stars Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and George Springer were honored at Walt Disney World.
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There are a few missteps in the video, sending the hat falling back toward the bottom of the garage.
It all went down at the start of the parade route, as reported by other eyewitnesses.
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Davis left his feet and hauled in a pass that, at the time , tied the game midway through the second quarter. Michigan State's Brian Lewerke ranks just behind McSorley in total offense and has thrown for 14 scores.
An Astros fan dropped her hat from the upper reaches of a parking, and then teamwork proceeded to make the dream work (in which the dream is returning this fan's hat).
But arguably the most thrilling moment of the parade didn't involve any of the Astros players, and didn't occur on any of the floats.
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All three players were instrumental in helping the Astros turn back-to-back 100-loss seasons into a World Series year.
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