‘Stros Take the Streets

11/08/2022 ‘Stros Take the Streets

By: Jeff Yoder

Astros Celebrate 2022 World Series Title With Houston Parade

An estimated 1 million spectators lined the streets of Houston on Monday to celebrate the Astros’ 2022 World Series championship. The Astros were crowned champions for the second time on Saturday night, and a two-day party culminated in a city-wide shutdown to commemorate the occasion. The event went off without any major incidents aside from the boos of Sen. Ted Cruz. One fan was arrested for throwing a beer can at him. Overall, a rowdy day in the streets of Houston was mostly tame.


Celebrities on the Scene

Cruz wasn’t the only Houston celebrity at the parade. Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale made an appearance — the local celebrity known for his massive bets.


The Hat Toss Tradition

Fans recreated a viral moment from the 2017 celebration when they returned a dropped hat up several floors of a downtown parking garage. The same hilarious moment happened five years ago after the first World Series title.


Watch: Coverage of Astros World Series Parade


Additional Storylines

ESPN: Estimated 1 Million-Plus Celebrate Astros’ Title at Houston Parade

CBS Sports: Astros Cap Off 2022 World Series Celebration With Parade Through Downtown Houston


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