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Latest Busch Stadium Items
Nolan Ryan must have been getting a tad uncomfortable as the innings ticked by Thursday night and the Rangers crept ever closer to a two-game World Series deficit.
Josh Hamilton, Nelson Cruz and the homer-happy Texas Rangers experienced another power outage in the opening game of the World Series.
Texas put runners on first and third with two outs in the fourth inning, but Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia got out of it. He fell behind 3-1 on Adrian Beltre, then came back to get a swinging strikeout.
The first thing that comes to mind when Rangers fans think of no-hitters is that guy sitting somewhere near the dugout, the fireballer who pitched seven of them before moving into the front office and becoming the team's president and CEO.
Hard-throwing Jason Motte was the fifth pitcher to audition for the St. Louis Cardinals' closer job. He's nailing down that role, even if manager Tony La Russa is steadfast in his refusal to make it official.
Mike Napoli just ripped a two-run homer to right field, tying the score at 2 in the fifth inning.
Chris Carpenter is fired up, yelling at himself on the mound after missing with a pitch. He got pumped up again after getting Mike Napoli to ground into a double play to end the top of the second.
Did someone fail to turn the microphone on when "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery started singing the national anthem? Or maybe the Busch Stadium public address system wasn't on? Seemed that way. His lips were moving, couldn't hear a thing on TV.
Nolan Ryan kept tracking the storm, aware the radar showed green blobs moving closer and closer to Rangers Ballpark.