Watch: Alex Bregman\'s 5 Foot Roller Bizarrely Gives Astros Walk Off Win I Happy because ur visit in the my website with title Watch: Alex Bregman\'s 5 Foot Roller Bizarrely Gives Astros Walk Off Win. Happy reading >Watch: Alex Bregman's 5-foot roller bizarrely gives Astros walk-off win Updated July 11, 2018 at 11:10 AM; Posted July 11, 2018 at 9:16 AM Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, right, hits a ground ball in front of Oakland Athletics catcher Jonathan Lucroy during the 11th inning of a baseball game Tuesday, July 10, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 6-5 in 11 innings. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) ORG XMIT: TXDP135 By Brody Miller firstname.lastname@example.org Alex Bregman already had three walk-off hits this season. He's an All-Star who even had two home runs earlier in Tuesday's game against the Athletics. But the way he won the game for the Astros on Tuesday wasn't in the way you'd expect. In the bottom of the 11th inning in a tied 5-5 game with runners on first and second and one out, Bregman awkwardly chopped a slow-rolling dribbler that seemed to be foul. Bregman didn't even make a move for first base. Then, the ball started curving back to the foul line and A's catcher Jonathan Lucroy made a charge for it. He picked up the ball and went to tag Bregman, who was still near home plate. Lucroy lunged with the ball at Bregman, but Bregman leapt backwards to evade him. Lucroy then lost control of the ball in his attempt, and Bregman took off running. After struggling to pick up the ball, Lucroy made his throw to first with seemingly enough time to retire Bregman. Astros walk it off in bizarre fashion in the 11th Except the ball went off Bregman's helmet and into right field. Kyle Tucker made his way home from second base to give the Astros the improbable win. "That was definitely very weird," Bregman told reporters after the game. "I'm just happy we won. I swing at a bad pitch and hit it in the ground." This would have been his fourth walk-off RBI of the season, but it was credited as an error so he doesn't get credit. This makes something of a trend for Bregman, as he also won the Astros an April game with an infield fly misplayed Eric Hosmer. Bregman's two home runs give him 19 on the season, already surpassing his 2017 total. He was named to the AL All-Star team Sunday.