Game 7 of the ALCS advances the Rangers to the World Series

Game 7 of the ALCS advances the Rangers to the World Series

The American League Championship Series Having put in an excellent performance, in six games, only the visiting teams have won, it should have been easy for the reigning champions. MLBIt was a shocking surprise RangersWinner of the first two games.

however, Houston Won the next three games in Arlington and yesterday the Rangers took a breather to force a seventh game tonight. Minute Maid Park, In search of a spectacular performance, sweep the champions at their own home.

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This afternoon, the ninth Bake the dustThey are winless at home since the first game of the division series against r Minnesota Twins A very dangerous one for a balanced team without big guys and nothing to lose.

In fact, the Rangers came into the series undefeated, built on excellent starting pitching led by Nathan Ovalty, who picked up his second win of the series this Sunday. But with the timely attack of such players Marcus Semien and Mitch CarverImportant people in Houston this Sunday.

Tonight, they were announced as the starters, the Dominicans Christian Javier To Houston, at the same time Rangers Will go along Max Scherzer. Despite any reluctance, managers don’t set their hearts on pulling out the cranes because it’s a win-or-die game. In the cycle, the Rangers They have an advantage with someone of Scherzer’s experience.

“It’s serious,” Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said after last night’s win: “There’s no way to deal with it. People ask you, ‘Are you having fun? Yes, it’s fun, you try to enjoy it, but it’s serious out there. That’s why I came back to be in this situation. It’s exciting. I’m proud of these guys, How they got here and played great baseball.

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While in the Astros clubhouse, the players said they were confident going into Game 7 to win their first home game in the championship series.

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