How did the Rangers lose the 2011 World Series?

How did the Rangers lose the 2011 World Series?

Louis Cardinals; the Cardinals defeated the Rangers in seven games to win their 11th World Series championship and their first since 2006. The Series was noted for its back-and-forth Game 6, in which the Cardinals erased a two-run deficit in the bottom of the 9th inning, then did it again in the 10th.

Who hit the most triples alltime?

Dave Orr with the New York Metropolitans of the American Association in 1886 and Heinie Reitz with the Baltimore Orioles of the National League in 1894 each finished with 31 triples. 3. Wahoo Sam Crawford (below, right) of the Detroit Tigers is the all-time career leader in triples with 309.

Who hit the highest batting average in a season since 1900?

MLB Single-Season (Post-1900) Batting Leaders

MLB Single-Season (Post 1900) Batting Leaders – Batting Average
1 Nap Lajoie .426
2 Rogers Hornsby .424
3 Ty Cobb .420

What was the rating for Game 7 of the World Series?

The 14.7 rating for Game 7 was at the time the network’s highest for a World Series telecast since Game 4 of the 2004 World Series. ESPN Radio also broadcast the games nationally. This was the first World Series for play-by play announcer Dan Shulman and analysts Orel Hershiser and Bobby Valentine.

Did the Cardinals win the 2011 World Series?

“World Series 2011: Cardinals beat Rangers in finale”. BBC. Retrieved October 29, 2011. ^ DiComo, Anthony (October 29, 2011). “Freese caps stellar playoffs with Series MVP”. Retrieved October 29, 2011. ^ Goold, Derrick (November 28, 2011). “MLB announces Cardinals’ playoff share award”. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Retrieved November 28, 2011.

What was the First World Series to go all 7 games?

The 2011 World Series was the first World Series to go all 7 games since the 2002 Series . The Rangers appeared in their second consecutive World Series; they lost the 2010 Series to the San Francisco Giants in 5 games.

What were the ratings for the World Series in 2010?

The ratings started off poorly, averaging just 8.4 through its first 5 games (at this time, the record for lowest World Series rating was 8.4, set by five games of the 2008 World Series and five games of the 2010 World Series).