The Rangers beat the Diamondbacks at Game 1 half the World Series thanks to a walk-off home run by Adolis Garca in the bottom of the 11th inning.

The Rangers beat the Diamondbacks at Game 1 half the World Series thanks to a walk-off home run by Adolis Garca in the bottom of the 11th inning.

ARLINGTON His inaugural World Series home run was six years ago, and he yelled upon impact, his tone lost in the chaos at Globe Life Field.

After hitting a home run versus the Houston Astros at Dodger Stadium, Corey Seager lost his cool and yelled in celebration.

He has matured and become more reserved as he carries the franchise on his shoulders. He let forth a guttural yell.

When he homered for the Rangers from Texas in Game 1 in the World Series on Friday night, a 6-5 triumph, his reaction was the same as always.

With one out and the game tied in the ninth inning, Seager hit a home run off Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Paul Sewald.

His shot roused the crowd, and Adolis Garca’s walk-off shot in the 11th inning was the icing on the cake.

The Book of Tales Garca, MVP for the American League Championship Series, continued his season in October. In the Fall Classic, Seager could challenge his colleague for the MVP award.

The Rangers, like the Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Dodgers, or Philadelphia Phillies before them, were destined to be the latest talented team to fall victim to the upstart Arizona Diamondbacks.

There was just one thing that all of those squads were missing. Corey Seager is not on staff there.

On Friday, Seager showed why the Rangers were willing to pay $325 million to pry him away from the Los Angeles Dodgers following the 2021 season.

It’s possible his body will fail. On the field, he might not have much grace. However, few people can hit a baseball harder than him.

Even though he only participated in 119 games this season, he led the National League in doubles. His OPS of 1.013 is a personal best. Even in the playoffs, he kept up that pace.

His home run in the first inning of Game 7 in the ALCS at Houston shocked the squad. On Friday, his ninth-inning home run was the game-winner.

On Friday, October 28 (UPI), Adolis Garcia led the Texas Rangers to a World Series victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the eleventh inning.

The home run, which traveled 373 feet, was the decisive hit in Game 1’s 6-5 comeback triumph at Globe Life Field is Arlington, Texas.

Garcia said on the Fox broadcast, “I was thinking of hitting an effective pitch, making a good at-bat, and delivering a victory to my team.”

Garcia, who was leading the playoffs with seven doubles and twenty RBIs coming into the game, went 3 for 4 for two RBIs & a run scored. The outfielder is now batting.357 in the playoffs.

To the shortstop position for the Rangers In the win, Corey Seager batted.200 (one-for-four) with two runs batted in, a pair of runs scored, with two walks. He hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth to force extra innings.

On Friday night, Game 1 of the 2023 series ended with a 6-5 Texas Rangers victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks after 11 innings of play. The Rangers have taken an early 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

The Rangers had an early 2-0 leads but were eventually overtaken. The ninth inning started with Texas behind 5-3.

Shortstop Corey Seager hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning off Arizona reliever Paul Sewald to force extra innings. Adolis Garca then hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th.

Earlier, in the first inning, Evan Carter got them on the board via an RBI double, allowing Seager to get on base, and he later scored on a Garcia double.

In the third inning, Arizona’s Corbin Carroll hit a two-run triple and later scored to give the road team a 3-2 lead.

Another Carter double piled the pressure upon Diamondbacks starter Zac Gallen in the bottom of the third, and he eventually walked in a run when the bases were loaded with no outs.