Jose Altuve wore a shirt adorned with his teammate's face on it to the ballpark on Sunday. Besides being pretty funny, it was a good show of fan service on the last day of baseball at Minute Maid Park for the year. He wasn't just about supporting Justin Verlander with a t-shirt, though. He wanted to support the entire Houston Astros community with his play on the field Sunday. He accomplished his goal, hitting yet another home run during Game 5 of the World Series and leading his team to a pivotal victory.

Altuve does it all

When batting practice began on Sunday and reporters swarmed the likely American League MVP, Altuve was rocking a shirt that said "literally love Justin Verlander." He was sure to receive the love back after his performance on Sunday, guaranteeing that Verlander would have the ball in his hands with a World Series title on the line.

Then, he carried a big stick to the batter's box during a wild fifth inning. He endured a long at-bat against Dodgers reliever Kenta Maeda. He nearly hit one out of the ballpark, but he turned on the pitch, sending it left of the foul pole. But Altuve would have his moment, sending a pitch to the center field balcony for a three-run shot, tying the game up at 7-7 following a Cody Bellinger three-run blast in the top of the frame.

In the seventh inning, Altuve temporarily turned the tide of the World Series once again.

In the midst of a tie game, Altuve laced a double to left center field, scoring Alex Bregman and giving the Astros the lead back. The Astros would score two more runs in the inning, seemingly staking themselves to an insurmountable lead. But the Dodgers had some offensive firepower of their own in the late innings, leading to a dramatic 10th inning conclusion.

Insane World Series finish

With World Series Game 2 scapegoat Kenley Jansen on the mound, the Astros threatened in the 10th. Derek Fisher and George Springer battled their way on base. Bregman came to the plate once again laced a single to left field. Fisher beat the throw home to walk-off with a 13-12 victory for Houston, putting them up 3-2 in the series.

The Astros will have two chances to close out the World Series once and for all in Los Angeles. The first will come on Tuesday night, when none other than Verlander toes the mound for Houston. The night could be a coronation for Altuve as well, who should cap off his excellent season with the MVP trophy a few days later to go with his World Series ring.