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Kurkjian: 'Strength of this team is athleticism' (0:59)

Tim Kurkjian and the Baseball Tonight crew breakdown the Astros Game 7 victory over the Dodgers. (0:59)

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Perez: 'A combination of decision sciences with veteran leaders and talent' (1:09)

Eduardo Perez explains everything that went right for the Astros in winning their first World Series. (1:09)

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Perez: 'Now, they're world champions' (1:21)

Eduardo Perez joins SportsCenter and explains how the Astros went from a 100-loss team to World Series champions. (1:21)

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Hinch 'we're a World Series championship city' (1:48)

A.J. Hinch tells Buster Olney how happy he is to bring a World Series to Houston. (1:48)

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Roberts: 'There's a lot to be proud of' (1:56)

Dave Roberts reflects on the Dodgers' successful season despite losing Game 7 of the World Series and looks forward to next season. (1:56)

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Springer: 'Nerve-wracking last 6 outs' (1:45)

George Springer explains his emotions during the last out of the game and why being a world champion is "the best experience ever." (1:45)

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Altuve reflects on long road to title (1:24)

Jose Altuve discusses going from 100-loss teams to being a world champion and the performances by George Springer and Justin Verlander. (1:24)

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Bregman: 'Dream come true for everybody' (0:59)

Alex Bregman is proud of the team effort it took Houston to win the World Series. (0:59)