Good morning. So that wasn’t a dream, eh?
Jeff Wilson writes that it was ultimately total destruction by the Rangers in Game 7 that sends them back to the Fall Classic.
Cody Stavenhagen writes that the Rangers grabbed the AL pennant and validated their October run.
Evan Grant ponders if after ending Houston’s reign, are the Rangers the new kings of the American League?
Hannah Keyser writes that the Rangers had a vision, made a plan, and saw it all come together with a trip to the World Series.
Ben Clemens writes that Game 7 was an epic capper to dominant series from ALCS MVP Adolis Garcia.
Kreuz writes that with two more home runs and five RBIs, Garcia’s Game 7 solidified him as series MVP.
Deesha Thosar writes that the Rangers were fueled almost by El Bombi spite by the end of a classic ALCS.
Ken Rosenthal writes that the secret is out, the Rangers have a superstar in Adolis Garcia as he’s quickly becoming an October legend in front of the nation.
Shawn McFarland writes that Garcia is the heart, soul, and muscle of the American League Champions.
Nathan Han writes that, in the end, the Rangers’ bullpen held up in the clincher with Jose Leclerc getting the opportunity to close it out.
Sarah Langs notes that Bruce Bochy made history by becoming the first manager to win an LCS with three different franchises.
And, Kevin Sherrington writes that the Astros can have the AL West, we’ll take the AL pennant.
Have a nice day!