Yes, the World Series is going on right now, I promise.
The San Francisco Giants, who scored about 1 run per game all season, have suddenly turned into an offensive juggernaut in the World Series and are giving the Texas Rangers all they can handle.
Well, actually, probably a bit more than they can handle.
The Rangers were the ones who were supposed to have the sluggers, but so far, they haven’t showed up.
The Rangers’ Michael Young, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz are a combined 3 for 25 (.120) in the World Series, and the Rangers are hitting .227 as a team. They have scored only seven runs, what San Francisco got Thursday night in one inning after they had two outs and nobody on base before breaking loose, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The Rangers have until Monday to think about how they want to heat up their offense because if San Francisco takes game 3, it may be all but over.