With today's deadline for the Texas Rangers to sign Yu Darvish looming, the American League champions got a deal done with the young Japanese pitcher. Darvish reportedly signed a 6 year $60 million deal with Texas. This, coupled with the $51.7 million posting bid to negotiate for Darvish's rights, means the Rangers spent more than $111 million on Darvish.
The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 of the World Series Friday night in front of their home fans. The win capped off a magical, improbable, theatrical run by the Cardinals on the way to their 11th championship in franchise history.
The 2011 MLB World Series has had plenty of theatrics. Game 6 in St. Louis will go down in the history books. The Cardinals were down to their last strike twice Thursday night, only to win in 11 innings. David Freese hit the game-winning walk-off homerun to propel the Cardinals to a 10-9 victory over the Texas Rangers, forcing a decisive Game 7.
Game 6 of the MLB World Series has been postponed due to rainy forecasts in the St. Louis area. Weather is expected to be better tomorrow, as the Cardinals host the Texas Rangers in Game 6. Texas leads the series 3-2.
The Texas Rangers are one win away from their first MLB World Series championship after winning Game 5 over the St. Louis Cardinals Monday night by the score of 4-2. Rangers catcher Mike Napoli had the hit of the game (pictured left) when he lined a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth inning. One inning later he made the defensive play of the game throwing out a would-be stealer as Albert Pujols struck out.
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