In one of the most thrilling and suspenseful World Series in recent memory, the Houston Astros knocked off the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 7 to win their first championship in franchise history. After 56 years, the Astros finally figured out the winning formula. Alex Bregman, 3rd baseman of the Astros, joins us on set to break down what clicked and made everything fall into place for the team.

Bregman was a hero in Game 5 for the Astros after nailing a game-winning walk-off home run in the 10th inning. He explains what it was like to play such a key part in bringing the championship to Houston just 9 weeks after Hurricane Harvey struck. The team wore "Houston Strong" patches on uniforms throughout the post-season to demonstrate solidarity with the community.

The World Series champ also reveals that baseball isn't the only game the Astros players are trying to win. Bregman shares that he is an investor in Apple, and his teammates are into the stock market and business opportunities, including real estate. With such a young team and promising future, Bregman is confident the Astros will be doing a lot more winning in baseball.