Finally, we have a World Series
or at least the makings of one after the Rangers' victory in Game 3
ARLINGTON, Texas -- What, you were expecting a whisk broom sweep?
Nuh-uh. We've got an actual World Series. Or the beginnings of one. And all it took was a starting pitcher whose 2009 baseball card is written in Japanese, a first baseman with a 94 mph heater and an outfielder nicknamed Hambone.
The World Series will live to see a Game 5 because the Texas Rangers figured out a way to win Game 3. If they hadn't, the San Francisco Giants would have been screen-printing ...
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