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Neftali Feliz closed it out, and Rangers win 2-1 thanks to a two-run rally in the ninth inning against the St. Louis bullpen. World Series tied at one game apiece, with Game 3 on Saturday night in Texas.
Texas scored twice in the ninth inning to take a 2-1 lead.
Down to their last three outs and facing another serious World Series deficit, the Texas Rangers did some rallying of their own.
The hitters coming off the bench for Texas look really rusty. Most of them haven't had much action lately, and that's hurting the Rangers so far in the World Series.
We've seen that before.
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.
No Yankees, no Phillies, no Red Sox. Still, there was plenty of interesting strategy to digest in the World Series opener between Texas and St. Louis, which stayed close until the end. Tell that to TV viewers.
The way the Milwaukee Brewers bumbled defensively, another short start didn't slow the St. Louis Cardinals.
Even before the first pitch, the Milwaukee Brewers took a swing at the St. Louis Cardinals.