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ALCS Game 7, Rangers advance to the World Series

ALCS Game 7, Rangers advance to the World Series

the American League Championship Series He performed brilliantly, throughout six matches, only the visiting teams won and what should have been a simple matter for the current champions of the tournament. MLBbecame a resounding surprise to Notificationwho won the first two matches.

but, Houston Won the next three games in Arlington and the Rangers breathed out yesterday to force a seventh game tonight at minute Maid Park, In search of an amazing performance, and sweeping the champions home.

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For the afternoon of this ninth day of Dusty breadr has not been able to win at home since the first game in the Division Series against Minnesota Twins It is very dangerous for a balanced team, without big numbers, with nothing to lose.

In fact, the Rangers reached this series undefeated, riding on a great start led by Nathan Uvalde, who earned his second series win this Sunday. But also with timely hitting of players like Marcus Semien and Mitch Garverwho were also a starter this Sunday in Houston.

For tonight, they were announced as the starters, the Dominicans Christian Javier For Houston, instead Notification I’ll go with Max Scherzer. Although if there is any hesitation, managers will not be tempted to take out the lever, as it is a win-or-die game. in rotation, Notification They have an advantage with someone with Scherzer’s experience.

“It’s intense” Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said after last night’s win: “There’s no way around it. People ask you: Are you having fun? Yes, it’s fun, you try to enjoy it, but it’s very stressful out there. That’s why I came back to be in this position. It’s exciting. I’m proud of these guys, how they got here And they played great baseball.

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