HOUSTON - Houston Astros fans are continuing the celebration a day after the team clinched the American League Division Series in four games.
Outside the team store at Minute Maid Park Wednesday, it was orange and blue galore with music, games, prizes, a live painting, and lots of picture opportunities for fans.
"Astros is doing it again and again and again. I love the Astros. I’m happy where we’re at and I’m looking forward to the World Series," said Gerald Fears.
For many fans, orange and blue run through their veins.
"I go way back my dad was an Astros fan for Nolan Ryan," said Jacqueline Fears.
"I love them because they're like family," Gerald added. "As I watch Correa, Bregman, Altuve -- the way they love, the way they hug, the way they promote each other and bag each other; it’s like this one family. And I’ve been here 61 years so I know about H-town family."
The Astros now head to the ALCS for the fifth year in a row.
It’s a feat accomplished by only one other MLB team in history: the Oakland A’s in the 70s.
However, clinching this series is going to mean a whole lot more than just winning.
"I think it would be redemption," said Lisa Hale. "They’ve faced so many accusations and so much bad publicity and players still calling them cheaters and that kind of thing. I think it would be true redemption for them if they were to bring it all home."
Game 1 of the ALCS is scheduled for Friday night at Minute Maid Park. Our on-air coverage begins at 5 p.m. on FOX 26.