REVEALED: World Series-winning Astros sprayed and drank $388,000-worth of 50 Cent’s champagne at their postgame party, with over 250 bottles used by booze-soaked Houston stars
The Astros unsurprisingly partied hard after clinching the World Series vs. the Phillies on Saturday, and a new report put into perspective just how expensive their celebrations were.
Armed with over 250 bottles of 50 Cent’s Le Chemin Du Roi Brut champagne, Houston tallied a bill of more than $388,750 during their postgame party, according to TMZ.
There were also 10 Magnum bottles of the champagne, as well as a 15-liter bottle, as the players popped the bottles and sprayed each other with the pricey sparkling wine.
Houston Astros starting pitcher Framber Valdez and Hector Neris celebrate in the locker room
Astros manager Dusty Baker Jr. celebrates the team’s World Series win after Game 6
Players smartly wore goggles in the locker room during the title celebrations, as pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. was captured on video getting the bottle-popping started.
The Astros clinched the World Series with a 4-1 win over the Phillies Saturday night, as pitcher Framber Valdez allowed just one earned run in six innings to put Houston in great position to ultimately win the game.
Houston were heavy favorites in the series after winning 106 games in the regular season and sweeping the Yankees in the ALCS.
Astros pitcher Framber Valdez (left) pitched six strong innings in the series-clinching Game 6
Astros shortstop Jeremy Pena was awarded World Series MVP after hitting .400 in the serie
The Phillies barely made the playoffs with 87 wins.
However, Houston trailed Philly twice in the series, at 1-0 and 2-1, before a massive game 4 victory for the Astros swung the series in their direction.
The next MLB season is set to begin on March 30.
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