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Giants Win The World Series, Rangers Go Home

Yankees and Rays fans may rejoice, the Texas Rangers lost the World Series after Texas was unstoppable in the ALDS and ALCS. The Giants won the series 4-1 after Edgar Renteria hit a 3 run homer against Cliff Lee in a Game 5 rematch against Tim Lincecum. Lincecum ended up the winner only allowing one run in 8 innings while Cliff Lee allowed 3 runs in 7.

For the Yankees to feel satisfaction that the Rangers had lost is just close enough for words, and now all 30 ballclubs can now relax and get ready for the 2011 season. The chapter has closed on 2010 and finally we have a World Champion: San Francisco Giants. Let’s hope the Yankees can take it next year.

World Series Trophy: Who Will Get It?

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After hearing about the World Series trophy being on display in New York, I decided to grab my trusty camera and take some pictures of it. Of course the trophy looks marvelous, but there is one question on every person’s mind? Where will the trophy go? the trophy has one of four places so far where it can go. It can go to the Ballpark in Arlington where the Texas Rangers play, it can go to Giant Stadium where the San Fransisco Giants play, it can go to Citizens Bank Park where the Philadelphia Phillies play, and last but not least it can go to Yankee Stadium where the New York Yankees play. With the World Series staring on Wednesday on FOX, only 2 teams can battle it out. The Rangers and the Giants may have the lead now, but the Yankees are known to bounce right back in the series and tie it, and also be able to get Andy Pettite on the mound on Saturday if all goes well. The Phillies have proven that they can bounce back as well, seeing that yesterday’s game with the Giants Roy Halladay pitched a winning game even after he had a small pulled groin which he obtained in the second inning. Texas’s defense had been a little sloppy against the Yankees, on Wednesday since they let Jorge Posada score on an error made by Ranger Jeff Francouer.

So to answer the question most fans have. We don’t know where the trophy goes, but knowing the Yankees that they can bounce back, the trophy just might stay in New York City. What do you guys think? Post your guesses in the comment box below.