Few teams in MLB history have come back from a 2-0 deficit in the World Series. But maybe the Rangers have what it takes to continue their ride through new club precedents.
For a team running through new experiences with each pitch, spotting the opposition a two-game lead must seem like climbing a mountain made of wet soap bars. A serious strategy seems like the remedy, but how do you stop superb pitching and clutch hitting?
Where does a team turn after its ace implodes in Game 1 and its offense turns comatose for Game 2?
Here are five aspects the Rangers must address to avoid embarrassment in the 2010 World Series.