The Texas Rangers wasted no time jumping on Joe Mantiply and the rest of the Diamondbacks bullpen. In the first game out west in the desert, the Rangers took care of business, winning a laugher 11-7. The Rangers are now officially just one win away from their first World Series title as they now hold a commanding 3-1 series lead.
The Rangers started their night with a bang to say the least. They found themselves up very early, thanks to Marcus Semien and their leader, Corey Seager. Seager has been dominating all postseason and is making a strong case for World Series MVP. Semien, Seager, and Jankowski all drove in runners in their route to an impressive game four performance.
Toeing the slab for the Rangers was Andrew Heaney, who has seemingly found a nice home in Arlington. The 32-year old pitched an impressive 5.0 innings, allowing just 4 hits and 1 earned run. The bullpen, which was once their biggest question mark, held it down in route to a big win.
The Texas Rangers will now take the field tonight in game 5. A game where they could bring Texas their first championship. On the mound will be Nathan Eovaldi against D-Backs' Zac Gallen. Texas will have their sights on Chase Field's right field pool.