Rangers’ Pitching Meltdown


Game three of the World Series ended with the Cardinals up two games to one. The Rangers, who had the home field advantage, seemed to struggle throughout the game. Rather than complaining over the blown call in the third inning (yes, yes, we know), the Rangers should examine how they really lost the game: poor pitching and Albert Pujols’ bat, to name a few.  The Cardinals demolished the Rangers’ pitching for 11 runs and nine hits during the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings. Albert Pujols hit not one, but three home runs during the game. Although the Rangers are only down by one game, statistics suggest that the Rangers have struggled against the Cardinals during the entire series. For example, the Rangers have led in only one of 27 innings. Tonight, game four continues in Texas with Derek Holland pitching. Take a look at his stats for the season. Do you think he can save the ball club from defeat?

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