"Southwest Freeway and West Loop looks like there's traffic, per usual," Springer said.
The MVP stopped by the ABC13 studios for a sit-down interview with sports reporter Bob Slovak, then he joined Katherine Whaley for some traffic updates.
"There's normally always traffic right there, especially after the game, especially after fireworks," Springer said about Minute Maid Park.
"I feel like traffic just becomes a part of who you are," he said. "You just expect it and go with it."
Springer talked about how several players were almost late to the World Series victory parade because of traffic.
"If you don't get stuck in traffic in Houston, you actually get surprised that you're not stuck in traffic. Things don't seem right," Springer said.
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Recently, Houston Texans defensive star J.J. Watt commented on how bad traffic was one day saying it was "on another level."
Houston traffic is on another level today— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) November 28, 2017
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