The Rangers beat the Diamondbacks 6-0 in Game 4 of the World Series, making it 3-1 in the series.

The Rangers beat the Diamondbacks 6-0 in Game 4 of the World Series, making it 3-1 in the series.

Game 4 of the 2023 World Series among the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Texas Rangers began with the news that Texas was going to play without Adolis García, the ALCS MVP, and Max Scherzer, a prized trade deadline acquire.

The series is now 3-1 in favor of the Rangers after beating the Diamondbacks 11–7 in Arizona.

After Seager’s two-run grand run and Siemens’ two-run triple in the second inning, the Rangers had a five-run lead. In the third, Semien hit a three-run home run to make it 8–0.

Another home run was hit by Jonah Heim in the eighth inning. The D-backs scored some late runs, in large part because of Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s four RBI, which included a three-run home run within the eighth inning.

Josh Jung not only played great defense, but he also led the offense by getting three hits as well as scoring the first run in a wild pitch.

Travis Jankowski also did a great job in his initial playoff start instead of García. He had two runs, two hits, as well as two RBIs.

The Diamondbacks’ pitchers were smashed by Rangers hitters like a desert storm. The Rangers went on to win 10-0 and became the first team within Series history to have back-to-back five-run innings.

At the end of the second, Seager hit his third two-run bomb of the series. In the third, Siemens hit a home run, and in the eighth, Jonah Heim hit another one.

Texas was ahead 10-0 after all three innings, with Marcus Semien as well as Corey Seager, two $500 million middle infielders, playing a big role.

Texas is now 10-0 on the road in the playoffs, which is a record. They are now just one win away from winning their first championship in the team’s 63-year history, which began in 1961 as the Washington Senators as an expansion team.

There are three all-wild card games going on right now. On Wednesday night, Nathan Eovaldi will play Zac Gallen within a rematch of the Game 1 starters.

42 of the 49 teams that have taken a 3-1 lead in the Baseball World Series went on to win it. The last team to come back from being down 3-1 had been the Chicago Cubs in 2016 against Cleveland.

The D-backs went into the game hoping that a bullpen game would work out like it did within Game 4 of the NLCS, if eight Arizona relievers worked together to hold the Phillies’ lineup down and help the team win 6–5. That didn’t work out on Tuesday.

Joe Mantiply started against the D-backs, just like he did in the last practice game. It was clear that Arizona manger Torey Lovullo wanted four outs, and he was taken out of the game with one out in the second and a man on first.

When Miguel Castro came in, he got another out, but then a wild pitch let the first run score. It didn’t end there, though.

Castro was thrown out after giving up three baserunners as well as three runs, with only two outs.

The next pitcher Arizona tried was Kyle Nelson. Unfortunately, he hung a fastball off of Corey Seager, who is the Rangers’ most dangerous hitter right now since Garcia is out.

With Seager’s two-run single, the Rangers went up by five runs. They were already ahead 3-0.

In Game 4 in the World Series on Tuesday night, the Texas Rangers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks by a score of 11–7.

The Rangers are now 3-1 up in the best-of-seven series. With one win, they can win the World Series and become the first team in club history to do so.

That party might happen as soon as Game 5 starts on Wednesday night during Chase Field in Phoenix.

There were a lot of bullpens used by both teams in Game 4. What the Rangers did worked better than what the Diamondbacks did.

The game, which wasn’t even close as the score shows, was full of historical events for Texas.

The Rangers got five runs in the second or third innings, and they had a big lead the whole night.

So, instead of our usual “takeaways” section, scroll down to find five stats from the Rangers’ sound win that you should know.