Check out the supercars inside Justin Verlander's garage

Houston Astros pitching ace Justin Verlander has an impressive car collection. Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images

This article originally appeared on AutomotiveMap.

Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander has a thing for baseball, Kate Upton, his daughter, and cars. A quick scroll through his Instagram feed shows pictures of little else. And there's nothing wrong with that.

Among his collection, past and present, is a Ford GT, a replica of the 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Eleanor, Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, Ferrari California, Ferrari 458 Italia, a Maserati Gran Turismo, a Mercedes-Benz SL55, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Audi R8, BMW M760i, and an Aston Martin DBS.

In January, Verlander told MLive.com, "I always envisioned having a collection if I made it and got to that point," Verlander said. "It was always a dream of mine. And I would say I have a pretty decent collection now."

Second-Generation Ford GT

Verlander's Ford GT is one of one, a custom-made creation with lightning fast speed, planted performance, and sleek lines. The model debuted in 2016 and deliveries began in 2017. The Ford GT is powered by a EcoBoost 3.5-liter V6 that employs 647 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque to get its 3,300-ish pound body moving.

1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Eleanor

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The Eleanor Mustang, as its affectionately called, is the car Nicolas Cage drove in "Gone in 60 Seconds." The production company built 11 of them for the movie but only three were used in driving scenes. Those three are the only fully functioning models.

Verlander got his with help from Fusion Motor Company about 19 months ago. The replica of a Mustang Eleanor has a starting price of $189,000 and tops out near $285,000. The car is officially licensed by Ford Motor Company and models are still available for purchase.

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

Verlander clearly has a penchant for powerful cars and the Lamborghini in his collection is no exception. Powered by a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine the open-top model has typically beefy Lambo lines and an aerospace-inspired interior.

Continue on AutomotiveMap to see the rest of Verlander's incredible collection.

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Yuli Gurriel had a monster night at the plate Friday. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images.

Although they lost the series 2-1, the Astros ended their road trip with a nice win over the Yankees to head home on a positive note. On Friday, they welcomed in the Toronto Blue Jays and former teammate George Springer, currently on the IL, to start a three-game series and long homestand. They had an excellent night at the plate, along with a strong start from Jose Urquidy, cruising past the Blue Jays to take the opener.

Final Score: Astros 10, Blue Jays 4

Astros' Record: 17-15, third in the AL West

Winning Pitcher: Jose Urquidy (3-2)

Losing Pitcher: Ross Stripling (0-2)

Jays strike first, then Houston responds and never looks back

It first appeared that Urquidy may be in for a long night, giving up two solo home runs early in Friday's game, one to Bo Bichette in the top of the first with one out to put Toronto up 1-0, then another to Danny Jansen in the top of the third. However, Urquidy would lock-in, and his offense would back him up strongly.

Houston ended up sending nine batters to the plate in the bottom of the second, getting two runs on a homer by Carlos Correa, then later loading the bases to set up an RBI walk by Alex Bregman. In the bottom of the fifth, with a one-run lead at 3-2, Yuli Gurriel expanded the lead to three runs on a two-run shot.

Gurriel went on to have a fantastic night, going 4-for-4 at the plate with 4 RBI. His third of those came in the bottom of the seventh, extending the lead again with an RBI single to make it 6-2. Kyle Tucker made it a five-run game that same inning with an RBI double, then more insurance came in the bottom of the eighth. They reached double-digits that inning, with Alex Bregman, Yordan Alvarez, and Yuli Gurriel, his fourth of the night, all getting an RBI to make it 10-2.

Urquidy finishes seven, then Emanuel finishes it off

Those gave Urquidy plenty of support, though he would bounce back after the two early homers and have a nice night on the mound. He allowed just two other hits, working around both, en route to a seven-inning two-run performance to earn him the win. His final line: 7.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K, 2 HR, 84 P.

He likely could have gone longer, but Dusty Baker turned the ball over to Kent Emanuel to wrap things up with the significant lead. He did so, despite allowing a two-run home run to former-Astro Teoscor Hernandez in the top of the ninth to make the score 10-4. The win kept the Astros above .500 and two games back of the A's, who sit atop the AL West standings.

Up Next: The middle game of this series will be a 6:10 PM start Saturday night. The pitching matchup will be Steven Matz (4-2, 4.78 ERA) for Toronto and the electric Cristian Javier (3-0, 1.75 ERA) for Houston.

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