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Once again, the perceived Custom Boston Bruins Jerseys slickness of these World Series baseballs came to the fore, as Verlander said he was concerned he could not get a sufficient grip on his Custom Golden State Warriors Jerseys slider.

“I wasn’t going to get beat on a mediocre slider over the middle of the plate,’’ Verlander said. “I think it’s been pretty well documented how sliders haven’t been super effective.

“So that was on the back of my mind. I’m not going to lie. I’m not going to throw a slider that’s just going to be kind of spinning Image in the middle of the plate for him to hit a double on. So I yanked it, hit him.’’

More trouble followed. Up came Chris Taylor, who hit a 2-2 fastball to right field for an opposite-field, run-scoring double. Verlander looked anguished when recalling the details.

“You can’t really protect against that,’’ he said. “You know, I beat him to the spot. …I’ll take my chances on that 10-out-of-10 times. Unfortunately tonight it found the line and from that point it was just kind of battling.’’

Corey Seager followed with a sacrifice fly that appeared to be heading beyond the right field fence, giving the Dodgers a 2-1 lead before Verlander escaped without further damage. But for him the night was over. He was lifted for a pinch hitter in the top of the seventh and had no objection to the move by Astros manager A.J. Hinch.

“I didn’t look too great at the plate,’’ Verlander said with a chuckle, and no one could argue with him after watching him strike out in each of his two at-bats. “It was the right move. We gave ourselves a chance to score.’’

By that point, there was nothing Custom New England Patriots Jerseys Verlander could do anyway. The Astros would fail to score another run while the Dodgers added a run and pushed the World Series to Game 7 after Verlander’s defeat.

“I feel like I pitched pretty well,’’ he said, and it was hard to argue while watching him throwing 97 mph fastballs throughout his six-inning stint. Now his chances of winning a World Series ring likely will depend on his teammates — if not the baseball gods.

Game 6 at Dodger Stadium: Kenley Jansen celebrates the final out.

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