The game will be nationally televised on FOX, and it should be a good one, especially with C.J. Wilson and Justin Verlander on the mound.
Texas has proven over the past four games that it's the better team, and Nelson Cruz may be the most clutch player alive right now.
Cruz hit another home run in Game 4—this time a three-run shot instead of a grand slam—to win it in a very exciting game that went to the 11th inning once again.
"If you don't like baseball, you probably like it now watching these games," Rangers catcher Mike Napoli, who drove home the go-ahead run in the 11th, told ESPN.com.
"We expected a tough series, and we've been able to come out on top. And it's been fun," he said.
I imagine it has been fun for the Rangers, who are in the driver's seat now and up 3-1 in the ALCS. This team knows how to get it done and win an American League pennant, but that cannot satisfy them this year.
The Rangers were in the World Series last year and were defeated by the San Francisco Giants. The only way to get that bitter defeat out of players' and fans’ minds is to head back again this year and win it all.
I expect the Rangers to handle their business tonight because they know what is at stake, and I believe they will also run right through whoever they play in the World Series.
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