World Series: All hands on deck - Verlander, Kershaw, Hill available for Game 7 Justin Verlander said he might be available to pitch for the Houston Astros in Game 7 of the World Series Wednesday night despite throwing 93 pitches Tuesday in a 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 6. Verlander said he will determine if he’s ready after arriving at the stadium for pregame activities. “Right now, yeah, I feel great,’’ he said. “But I’ve got to sleep on it and see how I feel tomorrow.’’ “I think it’s going to (depend) on when I play catch,’’ he added. “I think it depends on when I get to the ballpark, throw the ball, see if I’m available or not. That’s what it comes down to.’’ On Custom New England Patriots Jerseys Tuesday, Verlander noted he never pressed and yet his fastball was clocked as fast as 98 mph. “Naturally your adrenaline is so high and to be able to calm yourself down is nearly impossible,’’ he said. “I just think you use it.’’ Verlander wasn’ the only Game 6 starter who says he’s available for Custom Boston Bruins Jerseys Game 7. “Yeah,” said Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill when asked if he’d be able to take the mound. “I can hit. Whatever they need.” Oh, Custom Boston Bruins Jerseys and let's not forget Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw: “I can go 27 Custom Golden State Warriors Jerseys innings. Whatever they need.” Something would have gone horribly wrong or Game 7 would be nearing the 20th inning if the Dodgers called on Hill to pinch hit. The lifetime .111 hitter is the constant target of ridicule for his plate appearances, including the his single time at bat in Game 6 where he struck out. Want to buy one? Welcome to our store custom