San Francisco Giants
Alexi Ogando pitched three perfect innings before leaving injured, combining with three relievers on a three-hitter and leading the Rangers past the Giants 5-0 on Sunday.
The San Francisco Giants bounced back from their first shutout of the season to beat the Texas Rangers 5-2 on Saturday.
June 12, 1997, was a day that changed regular season Major League Baseball. And the Texas Rangers and Arlington helped usher in the era known as Interleague Baseball.
You didn’t know that Bengie Molina wasn’t retired? Hard to blame you, because he didn’t play in 2011. He just never announced his retirement.
The Rangers have been overwhelmed by losing last year’s World Series in five games to the Giants. That shouldn’t be the case this year.
One of the many certainties attached to a World Series or a Super Bowl or an NBA Finals is that representatives of the two participating municipalities – or states – will inevitably bet some sort of regional swag on their respective team taking the title.
Pat Burrell went 2-for-2 Monday night, including a two-run home run that propelled the Giants past the Rangers 4-1.
Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck had made good on his World Series bet with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.
A full postseason share on the World Series champion San Francisco Giants was worth $317,631, down from a record $350,030 for the New York Yankees in 2009.
Texas Rangers fans showed their true colors in their unwavering support for the team when 10-thousand of them gathered at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington to celebrate the Rangers 2010 ride to the World Series.
Tim Lincecum, Edgar Renteria and the San Francisco Giants won the World Series on Monday night, beating the Texas Rangers 3-1 in a tense Game 5 and taking the trophy home to the city by the Bay for the first time.
Game 3 earned the second-lowest television rating for a World Series game.