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Topic - Darren Oliver
The Texas Rangers have appointed retired pitcher Darren Oliver as a special assistant to the general manager and announced plans to honor career hits leader Michael Young.
First, Alexi Ogando watched Albert Pujols circle the bases. Then, Michael Gonzalez. And finally, Darren Oliver.
A look at the best-of-seven World Series between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals:
"It looks like a whole different team," said Oliver, whose initial stint working with Texas pitchers goes through this weekend. "It's funny how it's like that. Baseball, that's just the way it is these days."
"It was just one of those days," Oliver said. "Every game is a must-win. We didn't get it done today, need a win tomorrow. There's no doubt."