By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Texas Rangers have won Game 4 of the World Series. They defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks, 11-7, on Halloween at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
With the win, the Rangers now lead 3-1 in the series. The series has one more game in Arizona on Wednesday night.
If necessary, Games 6 and 7 will be in Texas. However, with teams leading 3-1, the series typically ends in Game 5.
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The Rangers led 10-0 before the Diamondbacks began to come back. The Diamondbacks outscored the Rangers 7-1 from the fourth inning on through the ninth inning.
With the Rangers leading 11-1, Tommy Pham hit a sacrifice fly to right field in the eighth inning. Corbin Carroll scored to make it 11-2.
Shortly thereafter, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a home run to left field. Gabriel Moreno and Christian Walker scored to cut the lead to 11-5.
The Diamondbacks continued their comeback in the ninth inning, as Moreno singled to center field. Jordan Lawler and Geraldo Perdomo scored to make it 11-7.
In the eighth inning, the Rangers went up 11-1 with a home run to right field by Jonah Heim.
The fourth inning saw the Diamondbacks get on the board. Gurriel Jr. hit a sacrifice fly to right field. Moreno cut the lead to 10-1.
In the third inning, Marcus Semien hit a home run to left center field. Heim and Travis Jankowski scored to make it 10-0.
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Jankowski doubled to right field when he was up to bat. Josh Jung and Nathaniel Lowe scored to make it 7-0.
In the second inning, Corey Seager hit a home run to center field. Semien scored as the score increased to 5-0.
Also, in the inning, Semien tripled to left field. Leody Taveras and Jankowski scored to make it 3-0.
Jung scored the first run of the game on a wild pitch.
Rangers pitcher Andrew Heaney received the win. He went five innings and allowed one earned run over four hits.
The Diamondbacks pitcher Joe Mantiply received the loss as the team used this as their bullpen game. Mantiply went 1 1/3rd of an inning as he allowed one earned run on one hit in the loss.
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