The World Series schedule 2010 is heading to Arlington. At this point, getting the World Series schedule 2010 away from San Francisco is a step forward for the Rangers. Home field has not always benefited the Rangers in the postseason, but AT&T Park has been a greater house of horrors so far. After being the rare team to give up 20 runs in two games at San Francisco, the Rangers are glad to get out. However, to save their lives, they have to hope that the World Series schedule will let them return to San Francisco next week.
Almost no one thought that the Rangers would go back to Arlington with a 2-0 deficit. At the least, a win with Cliff Lee in Game 1 was penciled in, but that was ruled out by the fifth inning. Last night, the Rangers could have still salvaged a split, and stolen home field advantage back.
Instead, the World Series schedule 2010 shows two crooked scores against Texas so far. After the Giants stunned Lee with an 11-7 thumping, they got a late 9-0 blowout with seven runs in the eighth. The Rangers were already demoralized by Matt Cain, and big hits from Edgar Renteria and Juan Uribe, before the bottom fell out.
With the Giants on cloud nine, they are now starting to believe that they can end things early. If they do, then their return to San Francisco will be for the victory parade, instead of Game 6. Few expected the Giants to win in four or five games, but it could be much more likely shortly.
The Rangers have to extend the World Series schedule 2010 to five games tomorrow night, in order to have any hope. It stands to be a special night, as the first World Series game in Arlington, and as a game that will start before 7 pm est. Yet now, the only way to make Game 3 special is to have it save their season.
Texas is sending Colby Lewis out to stop the bleeding, after he won two games in the ALCS. Meanwhile, the Giants’ Jonathan Sanchez struggled in two NLCS starts at Philadelphia. This pitching matchup may favor the Rangers, but if they don’t take advantage of Sanchez, little that Lewis does will matter.
All of a sudden, the Rangers’ offensive power is in question, along with their pitching power. Josh Hamilton and the bats are cold, while even Cliff Lee cannot stop the Giants’ hitters. Although the World Series schedule 2010 is changing locations for a while, getting out of San Francisco can’t fix all of these new woes.
Being in the Bay Area hasn’t helped the Rangers, but they now have to pray that they can go back there. To do that, they must win at least two games in Texas, although they’ll have a better chance at that if they win Game 3.
The World Series schedule is on break today, as the Rangers hope they can return to form by tomorrow, at 6:57 pm est.
ESPN- “Rangers hope home is where the wins are”