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    Rangers unable to jump-start offense in time

    As they watched the World Series slip out of their grasp, the Rangers kept waiting for their offense, so reliable all season long, to break out of its slumber against the Giants. But those hopes for an awakening went unfulfilled. More >

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    Rangers salute World Series champion Giants

    Rangers third baseman Michael Young preferred to put his batting helmet back on and keep swinging until he hit the special pitching of the Giants in the World Series. More >

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    On-site Giants fans revel in glory of title

    The San Francisco Giants are 2010 World Series champions, and on hand were about 2,000 of their hungriest fans who had been scattered throughout Rangers Ballpark during Game 5 on Monday night. More >

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    With core intact, future looks bright in Texas

    This might not be a one-time fling for the Rangers. They could be back in a World Series soon, again and again. More >

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    Core four? Young SF staff only getting better

    The idea that the Giants' rotation -- none older than 27 -- will return intact next season is a frightening thought. San Francisco proved that its rotation can be just as successful as any in the league. And they're only getting better. More >

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    Tim-ber! Texas' lumber cut down by Lincecum

    Tim Lincecum delivered a career-defining performance Monday evening, striking out 10 over eight innings of three-hit, one-run ball in a World Series-clinching victory over the Rangers. More >

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    From pitching to defense, Giants did it all

    The Giants pitched and defended brilliantly for the bulk of the Series, and as a result, they defeated the Texas Rangers in five games. It's not always that cut-and-dried, but this time around, it was all about the run prevention. More >

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    Giant exclamation point on Year of the Pitcher

    This so-called "Year of the Pitcher" had to come to a close with two Cy Young winners on the mound -- one trying to pitch his team to glory, the other trying to pick his team off the floor. More >

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    Lincecum's clincher ranks among Series best

    Only two other pitchers in World Series history pitched eight or more innings in a clinching game while allowing one or fewer runs and three or fewer hits and striking out 10 or more -- and they all did it on the road. More >

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    Molina gets ring, but not the way he planned

    Rangers catcher Bengie Molina savored every step, every squat and, yes, every difficult at-bat of the World Series, all the way down to a celebration that he didn't participate in but felt a part of after Monday night's 3-1 loss in Game 5 that gave the Giants their first Fall Classic title since 1954. More >

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    Homer extends Cruz's extra-base hit record

    Most of his teammates' bats disappeared in the World Series, but Nelson Cruz extended a record in the Rangers' season-ending 3-1 loss to the Giants in Game 5 on Monday night. More >

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    Rangers turn attention to locking up Lee

    The Rangers acquired Cliff Lee from the Mariners in a six-player trade on July 9 to help them get to the World Series. He did that. Now they want to sign him. It won't be easy or cheap. More >

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    Greenberg savors magnificent year

    In the end, the fans rose and saluted the athletes in defeat. It was a defining moment for Rangers managing general partner and chief executive officer Chuck Greenberg, who won't forget what it meant and how it felt. More >

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    Selig thrilled by Giants' Series triumph

    A true historian of the game, Commissioner Bud Selig was thrilled by the Giants' World Series victory over the Rangers that brought the franchise its first title since 1954. More >

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    Rangers can be proud of first AL title

    This was a bitterly disappointing outcome for the Texas Rangers. But it was also a mark of how far they had come, and how fast. More >

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    Edgar Rings-eria! Series MVP is clutch again

    Edgar Renteria, whose three-run homer in the seventh inning broke up a sensational pitching duel between Tim Lincecum and Cliff Lee and started the Giants to a 3-1 clincher in Game 5, was chosen Most Valuable Player of the 106th World Series. More >

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    GM Daniels to tackle offseason priorities

    Despite reaching the World Series for the first time in franchise history, general manager Jon Daniels, preparing for a busy offseason, thinks the Rangers will have to be even better in 2011. More >

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    Burrell, Murphy return to lineups for Game 5

    With a title firmly within his team's reach, Pat Burrell is back in the Giants' lineup for Game 5 of the World Series on Monday night, and David Murphy returns to the lineup for the Rangers. More >

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    Rangers CEO: There will be a Game 7

    Rangers managing general partner and CEO Chuck Greenberg predicted Monday that his ballclub would send the World Series back to San Francisco for Games 6 and 7. More >

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    Lee should have gotten Game 4 call

    Does Game 4 turn out differently if Cliff Lee starts instead of Tommy Hunter? Seeing its ace toughing it out on short rest, does the Rangers' offense get the extra boost it needs to be more productive at the plate? More >