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Jeff Wilson writes that this is a series that should feature more offense that is usually expected in a World Series.

T.R. Sullivan says that the Rangers are well suited for N.L. baseball, because with no designated hitter, there's less emphasis on home runs and more emphasis on manufacturing runs.  I don't know that I agree with any of that, though.

Drew Davison writes that C.J. Wilson is looking to get the Ranger rotation back on track after a rough playoffs to date.

The DMN blog has a transcript of some C.J. Wilson questions and answers during his time with the media yesterday.

Anthony Andro writes that the Rangers believe this year's World Series will be different from last year's, when the Rangers fell in 5 games.

Mike Adams says he's feeling more comfortable, now that he's been with the Rangers for a couple of months.

The S-T's notes talks Nelson Cruz possibly being moved up in the lineup, Colby Lewis going in Game 2, and injury updates (Adrian Beltre is feeling better, Josh Hamilton isn't).

Barry Bloom of mlb.com has a story on the Jon Daniels/Nolan Ryan relationship, and the moves Daniels made that helped get the Rangers back to the World Series.