Rangers Hold 2-1 Lead in ALCS Heading into Game 4 against Astros


Summary: The Texas Rangers are set to face off against the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the ALCS with a 2-1 lead in the series.

In a crucial matchup for both teams, the Texas Rangers will host the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the ALCS. With a 2-1 lead in the series, the Rangers will be looking to extend their advantage and move one step closer to the World Series.

The Rangers have had a strong season, boasting a 90-72 overall record and an impressive 50-31 record in home games. They have been particularly dominant when recording eight or more hits, with a record of 81-35 in such games. On the other hand, the Astros have also had a solid season with a matching 90-72 record overall, but have been slightly better on the road with a 51-30 record. They have excelled in games where they have scored five or more runs, with a record of 73-16.

As the teams face each other for the 17th time this season, the Astros currently hold a 10-6 advantage in the season series. However, the Rangers have been in great form recently, winning 8 out of their last 10 games. Adolis Garcia has been a standout performer for the Rangers, ranking third on the team with 68 extra base hits, including 39 home runs. Josh Jung has also been impressive, with a strong showing in the last 10 games.

On the Astros’ side, Yordan Alvarez has been a top performer with 56 extra base hits, while Jose Abreu has been a force to be reckoned with, hitting four home runs in the last 10 games. The Astros have also been in good form, winning 7 out of their last 10 games.

Both teams will be looking to make an impact in Game 4 and gain the upper hand in the series. The Rangers will be hoping to rely on their home advantage and continue their strong performance, while the Astros will be determined to even the series and turn the tide in their favor. It promises to be an intense battle on the field as they fight for a spot in the World Series.

Tags: Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, ALCS, baseball, home advantage, World Series