Rangers Extend Dominance With 10th Consecutive Road Win


Photo: Instagram/Corey Seager 

In a thrilling Game 4 of the World Series, the Texas Rangers continued their road warrior streak with a 10th consecutive road win, setting a new record in postseason history.

The MVP chants rang out as Corey Seager and Marcus Semien delivered powerful performances, securing an 11-7 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Rangers' dynamic middle-infield duo combined for an impressive 4-for-10 with seven RBIs, giving Texas a 3-1 lead in the Fall Classic and bringing them one step closer to their first-ever World Series title.

Throughout the game, the Rangers' bats left the 48,388 fans at Chase Field in silence. This remarkable road win streak included sweeping the Tampa Bay Rays and the Baltimore Orioles, two powerhouse teams, before defeating the defending World Series champion Houston Astros.

Photo: Instagram/Corey Seager 

The Rangers' road success has been characterized by a plus-37 run differential, setting a new postseason record. Despite being asked about their secret to success on the road, the players remain humble, enjoying the thrill of silencing home crowds.

Even more impressive was the fact that the Rangers achieved this victory without All-Star right fielder Adolis García, who was sidelined due to an oblique strain. García, known for thriving in hostile environments, gave an emotional speech before the game, inspiring his teammates to give their all.

The Rangers showcased their resilience by scoring five runs in the second inning and another five in the third, keeping the game out of reach for the Diamondbacks. Replacement right fielder Travis Jankowski played a pivotal role with a 2-for-4 performance and two RBIs.

With a 3-1 lead in the series, the Rangers are now on the brink of winning the World Series. However, they remain cautious, knowing that a 3-1 lead can be overcome, as demonstrated by Corey Seager's 2020 Dodgers and Aroldis Chapman's 2016 Cubs.

As they look ahead to Game 5, the Rangers understand the importance of staying focused and not taking anything for granted. This franchise has been close to a championship before and knows that they must secure that final out to claim the title they've been chasing.

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Source: MLB


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