Entries in Texas Rangers (308)


St. Louis Cardinals Win World Series With 6-2 Win Over Texas

Michael Heiman/Getty Images(ST. LOUIS) -- The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers 6-2 on Friday in Game 7 of the World Series. This is the Cardinals’ 11th World Series title, second to only the Yankees, who have won 27 titles.

Story developing...

Copyright 2011 ABC News Radio


Fox Scores Big Ratings with Dramatic Game 6

Doug Pensinger/​Getty Images(ST. LOUIS) -- No Yankees, no problem.

Thursday night's Game 6 between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals had the highest ratings for a World Series game not featuring the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox since 2005, according to The Daily.

Fox earned a 13.8 overnight Nielson rating, according to The Daily, which is the highest for a World Series game since the finale of the 2005 Chicago White Sox and Houston Astros series. Overall, the Series is averaging a 10.2 rating through six games -- an increase of four percent from last year's San Francisco Giants/Texas Rangers matchup.

Copyright 2011 ABC News Radio


World Series Injuries Catching Up with Cardinals and Rangers

Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(ST. LOUIS) -- While Thursday's Game 6 may have been one of the most exciting games in World Series history, the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers may be feeling the effects of it as Friday's Game 7 approaches.

Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz strained his groin during his final at-bat of the team's 11-inning, 10-9 loss to St. Louis. Catcher Mike Napoli twisted his ankle while going into second base in the fourth. Manager Ron Washington said Napoli was fine after the game, but said there wouldn't be any information on Cruz until Friday.

Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday bruised his right pinky finger sliding into third base during the sixth inning. He may miss Game 7.

Copyright 2011 ABC News Radio


Cardinals Beat Rangers 10-9 in Extras, Force Game 7

Rob Carr/Getty Images

(ST. LOUIS) - -  In perhaps one of the most exciting World Series games in history, the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers 10-9 Thursday night, courtesy of a walk-off home run by St. Louis third baseman David Freese in the bottom of the 11th inning, forcing a seventh game in the Fall Classic.

The Cardinals were down to their last strike in the game twice, once in the ninth inning and again in the tenth.  In the ninth inning it was David Freese who tied the game with a two-run triple to make it 7-7. 

Josh Hamilton hit a 2-run homer for the Rangers in the top of the tenth to put Texas up 9-7.  But the Cardinals refused to give up -- Lance Berkman hit an RBI single in the 10th, ultimately setting the stage for Freese's heroics.

“It’s unreal, it’s awesome to be a part of with this team,” said the Game 6 hero.

"I understand it's not over till you get that last out," Texas manager Ron Washington said. "I was just sitting there praying we got that last out. We didn't get it."

Game 7 will be Friday night.  This will be the first Game 7 since the 2002 World Series, when the Angels captured the championship over the Giants.

Copyright 2011 ABC News Radio


Rangers Top Cardinals 4-2 in Game 5 of World Series; Take 3-2 Series Lead

Ronald Martinez/Getty Images(ARLINGTON, Texas) -- Can you hear me now? Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa might be asking that after a phone call may have cost his team a World Series title.

With the game tied at 2 in the eighth inning, Rangers catcher Mike Napoli hit a go-ahead RBI double off Cardinals reliever Mark Rzepczynski to take a 4-2 lead. The problem though was that Rzepczynski was never supposed to face the red-hot Napoli in the first place. La Russa earlier had called bullpen coach Derek Lilliquist because he wanted pitcher Jason Motte to face Napoli. Lilliquist thought he heard "Lynn," as in relief pitcher Matt Lynn. Lynn was not supposed to pitch that night, and with Motte not ready to go into the game, La Russa was forced to keep Rzepczynski in -- and the team paid for it.

When asked about the miscommuniation between he and the bullpen, La Russa blamed the incident on crowd noise.

"I mean, it's loud down there and sometimes you call down there and you have to wait until the crowd and a guy gets up late. I mean, this is not unusual," La Russa said.

Regardless of how or why it happened, the Rangers are now just one win away from their first World Series title in franchise history. Game 6 will be played Wednesday night in St. Louis.

Copyright 2011 ABC News Radio


Holland Shuts Out Cardinals in Game 4 of World Series

(ARLINGTON, Texas) -- Derek Holland pitched the game of his life on Saturday, throwing 8.1 shutout innings in the Texas Rangers' 4-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in game four of the World Series. The win ties the series at two games each.

Rangers catcher Mike Napoli hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning to put a stamp on the win. Outfielder Josh Hamilton hit an RBI double in the first for Texas.

Game five is set for Monday night at 8 p.m. The Cardinals will send their ace, Chris Carpenter, to the mound. Texas counters with C.J. Wilson.


Hamilton's Injury a Mystery to Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton is suffering from some kind of groin injury, but he and the team are saying nothing further.

When asked about the injury, Hamilton, the 2010 AL MVP, pleads the fifth on specifics. Some say the Rangers know and are keeping it a secret to prevent their World Series opponents, the St. Louis Cardinals, from gaining any advantages.

Game 3 of the World Series is set for Saturday at 8:05 p.m.


(TEST TEST TEST) Texas Rangers win Game 2 of World Series

(ST. LOUIS) -- The Texas Rangers mounted a ninth-inning comeback to win Game 2 of the 2011 World Series, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1.

Josh Hamilton and Michael Young each hit sacrifice flies in the top of the ninth inning to give the Rangers the lead. Game 1 hero Allen Craig knocked in St. Louis' only run.

The series is now tied at one game each as the teams head to Arlington, Texas for games 3, 4 and 5. Game 3 is scheduled for Saturday at 8:05 p.m. Eastern.

Page 1 ... 27 28 29 30 31

ABC News Radio