The World Series begins with emotions, hits and a lot of intensity at Globe Life Field. And that’s it The Texas Rangers and Arizona D-backs should force more innings to decide the winner of Game 1. In the end the score favored the Texans after the victory 6-5.
The scores were not long in coming, as the home team scored in the first period itself. there, Evan Carter he doubled to center field to drive in Corey Seager. then, Adolis Garcia He lined a single to left field to drive in the second run.
But the joy for the Texans was short-lived, as in the third inning Arizona did its homework to put things in its favor. Alex Thomas y Evan Longoria They started threatening singles, who later served Corbin Carroll He would take them home with a triple. The outfielder himself scored at third after a fielder’s choice.
The Rangers tied it in their next opportunity, after loading the bases and Mitch Garver received a walk to score Seager. However, the give-and-take continued and the D-backs went ahead again in the fourth inning courtesy of a home run to left field by Tommy Pham.
For the fifth inning Marte Kettle He added to the lead after driving in another with a double. From here, the relievers of both teams did their job perfectly and kept the rest of the innings scoreless.
However, the best is yet to come. The closer Paul Sewald He came out to get the final three outs of the ninth, but crashed into the head with a power hit by one of the Texas fans’ favorites. With a person in circulation, Corey Seager He hit an excellent home run to right field, tying the score and forcing extra innings.
There, after an amazing performance by Jose Leclerc, Arizona’s offense was completely shut down. In the bottom of the 11th inning, Adolis Garcia He returned to his turn again and this time he sent the ball past the right field stands, thus giving the Rangers their first win in this World Series.