Rangers have to like their chances as ALCS shifts to New York
ARLINGTON, Texas -- He took the mound under a blazing autumn sun, the Debacle in Arlington still fresh in everyone's mind. No,
"After a loss like last night's, to get a start like that from Colby was huge," Rangers shortstop
As the ALCS shifts to the Bronx for Game 3 on Monday night, only this is clear: the series is far from over. It didn't look that way less than 24 hours earlier, after the Rangers' spectacular Game 1 implosion, a seemingly devastating loss for a snake-bitten franchise that had never won a postseason home game. But in front of a raucous crowd of 50,362 white-towel waving fans, the Rangers' continued aggressiveness on the bases paid off (
"He was up in the zone today,"
The ALCS now becomes a five-game series, and with Lee taking the mound for the Rangers against
But neither, of course, is the Rangers bullpen, which despite holding the Yankees scoreless on Saturday still looks as leaky as a sieve. The Rangers have quickly found out just how much they miss
After the game, Rangers pitching coach