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Post Game from Rangers-Tigers Game 4 2011 ALCS

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Published on Oct 13, 2011

Post game wrap up from the Texas Rangers 7-3 extra inning victory over the Detroit Tigers in Game 4 of the 2011 ALCS.

Includes:
Ryan Raburn
Austin Jackson
Brandon Inge

Script:
MOMENTUM IN GAME FOUR OF THE ALCS SEEMED TO SHIFT IN FAVOR OF THE DETROIT TIGERS IN THE 7TH INNING THANKS TO A SOLO HOME RUN BY BRANDON INGE. BUT IN THE EIGTH, THINGS STARTED TO UNRAVEL. MIGUEL CABRERA, THROWN OUT AT HOME PLATE. AND THEN IN THE 11TH INNING TIGER KILLER NELSON CRUZ STRIKING AGAIN. GIVING THE RANGERS A FOUR RUN LEAD IN THE GAME AND A 3-1 LEAD IN THE SERIES.

RABURN:
"We're frustrated and disappointed, you know, we definitely rather this series be a little bit different. But, you know, we can't change what happened in the past, we just got to look forward to tomorrow, try and come out and play our hearts out and get a win."

JACKSON:
"Anybody when they get in this situation...you know, you've got to go out there and battle and leave it all out there between the lines and, you know, let it fall where it may."

INGE
"That one's pretty high up there...I was pretty excited about it, I just wish we could have come out with a little different outcome there. But, you know, that one...that one was special. Trying to keep the team in it and we battled as long as we could...just didn't work out for us."

WELL THE PHRASE MUST-WIN IS PERHAPS USED A LITTLE BIT TOO OFTEN IN SPORTS BUT THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT THE TIGERS HAVE TO DO IN GAME FIVE, IF THEY WANT TO KEEP THEIR WORLD SERIES TITLE HOPES ALIVE. REPORTING FROM COMERICA PARK TIM MCMAHON WNWO SPORTS.

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