Texas Rangers Win Game Four Against Cardinals, Tie Series

Monday, October 24, 2011

the St. Louis Cardinals (lead the Texas Rangers three games to one in this year’s World Series/ OR / and the Texas Rangers are locked up at two games a piece in this year’s World Series) with Game 5 set to be played tonight in Texas. 
While the Cardinals are trying to cap off one of the most incredible late-season runs in baseball history, the Rangers are trying to make up for a disappointing four-games-to-one loss in last year’s World Series against the San Francisco Giants.     

The St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers are tied 2-2 in this year’s World Series, with Game 5 set to be played tonight in Texas. While the Cardinals are trying to cap off one of the most incredible late-season runs in baseball history, the Rangers are trying to make up for a disappointing four games to one loss in last year’s World Series against the San Francisco Giants.

George Vecsey, sports columnist for The New York Times, and author of "Stan Musial: An American Life," previews tonight's game.

Guests:

George Vecsey

Produced by:

Marc Kilstein

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