the Texas Rangers, who advanced to the World Series after going through great hardships, erase the nightmare of October 28, 2011, when the famous ‘We will see you tomorrow night’ was uttered?짱구카지노
Texas confirmed its advancement to the World Series by winning Game 7 of the American League Championship Series (ALCS) against the Houston Astros on the 24th (Korean time).
This is the first World Series stage in 12 years since 2011. Now, starting on the 28th, Texas will compete with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the presidency.
This is Texas’ first attempt at winning the World Series. Texas previously reached the World Series in 2010 and 2011, but lost both times.
In 2011, the last World Series until this year, they clashed with the St. Louis Cardinals and took a 3-2 lead, but suffered two consecutive losses and fell to 3-4.
In particular, Texas was ahead 7-5 until the 8th inning of Game 6 of the 2011 World Series. If they block the 9th inning, their first championship is confirmed. Closer Neftali Felis was on the mound.
However, with 2 outs and 1st and 2nd bases and only 1 out left to win, Felice hit a tying triple from David Freeze that was over the height of right field. There was also a defensive mistake by the right fielder.
Afterwards, Texas appeared to win by scoring two points with a home run in the 10th inning, but immediately tied the game in the 10th inning, and Freeze hit a walk-off home run in the 11th inning.
This is where Joe Buckcaster’s ‘We will see you tomorrow night’ comes from. Afterwards, Texas lost in Game 7 and eventually handed the championship to St. Louis.
The player who will have to deal with the final 9th inning, which Felice was unable to overcome 12 years ago, is Jose Leclerc. If Texas wins the World Series, this is the player who will be on the mound at that moment.
Attention is being paid to whether Texas, which failed to win its first championship, will be able to overcome the nightmare of 12 years ago and cheer with the words ‘We will see you tomorrow night’ that will forever be remembered in Major League history.