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Rangers World Series Victory Headlines

The Texas Rangers won their first ever World Series championship defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks in 5 games. With their victory the Rangers created the following baseball and sports history:


TEXAS RANGERS - POST-SEASON ROAD WARRIORS


The Rangers set a new Major League Baseball playoff record by reeling off 11 consecutive road wins.

  • 2023 Texas Rangers, 11 (active)

  • 1996-97 New York Yankees, 9

  • 1937-42 New York Yankees, 9

  • 2019 Washington Nationals, 8

  • 1926-32 New York Yankees, 8


BRUCE BOCHY - FUTURE HALL OF FAMER


Rangers Manager Bruce Bochy is the sixth manager to win four World Series titles, joining Casey Stengel (seven), Joe McCarthy (seven), Connie Mack (five), Walter Alston (four) and Joe Torre (four).


Bochy is now the third Manager in Major League history to win a World Series title in both leagues. The only other managers to win the World Series in both leagues are Sparky Anderson (1975-76 Cincinnati, 1984 Detroit) and Tony La Russa (1989 Oakland, 2006 and 2011 St. Louis).


COREY SEAGER - WORLD SERIES MVP


Corey Seager won his second World Series MVP Award joining only Sandy Koufax, Bob Gibson and Reggie Jackson.


Seager's post-season career numbers rival Mr. October Reggie Jackson's territory: Seager has 19 homers and 48 RBIs in 78 postseason games, while Jackson had 18 homers and 48 RBIs in 78 games.


Seager (Dodgers and Rangers) and Jackson (A's and Yankees) are the only players in baseball history to win World Series MVP with two different teams.


WILL SMITH - 3 IN A ROW


Texas Rangers left-handed reliever Will Smith became the first player in MLB history to win three World Series in a row with three different teams.


Smith was a key piece of the bullpen in 2021 when the Atlanta Braves throwing four scoreless innings during the World Series. He was also on the Houston Astros’ roster for last year’s Fall Classic win, though he didn’t appear in a game. This season with the Rangers, Smith had two appearances in this year’s World Series.



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