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Rangers Must Find Offense in a Hurry

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There's no more give. Everything now has to be about take, take, take.

 

It's going to take some wins. But first, it's going to take some runs. And as of tonight, it's going to take Cliff Lee.

 

Survival-wise, the Texas Rangers were pushed up against it Sunday night, pushed to the brink of a Fall Classic adios, which is exactly what the good citizens of San Francisco were crowing about after what they had seen for two games out west.

 

Their wine. Their weed. Their World Series.

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