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In two days, the Rangers will be playing Game 1 of the World Series against the Giants.

Has it sunk in yet?

The Rangers know that Cliff Lee will be starting Game 1, but haven't decided on the rotation after that.  C.J. Wilson and Colby Lewis will both start, but it isn't definitive which will start Game 2 and which will start Game 3.

In addition, Anthony Andro writes that Derek Holland's performance in the first two rounds has put him in the mix as a potential Game 4 starter.

Vladimir Guerrero is going to start at least one of the first two games in San Francisco, if not both games, and Evan Grant thinks that is the right decision.

T.R. Sullivan has a piece on the Rangers' roster decisions and rotation decisions for the World Series.

Jeff Wilson writes that the Rangers success can be dated back to the plan that was put in place in 2007.

Todd Wills writes that Cliff Lee's long layoff shouldn't affect him.

Jeff Caplan writes that the Rangers can play N.L. ball if need be.

Gil Lebreton has a column about Ron Washington, who personifies the resiliency of the 2010 Texas Rangers.

Tim Cowlishaw says that if Cliff Lee wants to win, he'll stay with Texas, rather than going to New York.