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TODAY'S FREEBIE PLAY --
TEXAS RANGERS (+120) --
The Rangers found their offensive rhythm in Game 2 and come out looking to do the same in Tampa against a pitcher who, despite being one of the most talented young pitchers in the game, has never actually beaten the Rangers in Tampa, or anywhere for that matter, throughout his impressive young career. Price comes into this postseason having ended his 2011 campaign in a bit of a funk as he went 0-2 overall for the month of September in 6 GS, which equaled to the first losing month of his entire career. Add to that he finished the 2011 season with a 12-13 record and really struggled at times, it will be interesting to see how he rebounds next year. But as for tonight, to say that he has struggled against the TEXAS RANGERS in his career would be a major understatement. Not only is he winless over 6 career regular season starts against TEX, going 0-3 in those starts, but he also has a ballooned 5.67 ERA against them. He also struggled against them in the 2010 postseason, as he was a disappointing 0-2 with a 4.97 ERA in 2 home losses to Cliff Lee and the Rangers in their series. On the other side of the mound, the Rangers counter with Lewis and although Lewis had an up-and-down, borderline disappointing season (14-10 / 4.40 ERA), he was absolutely dominant in helping lead the Rangers on their World Series run. In the 2010 postseason, Lewis was a perfect 3-0 with a 1.71 ERA, to go along with a 1.10 WHIP, and surrendered only 16 H and 5 ER in 26+ IP to go with an impressive 24 K's. And although he didn't pick up one of those wins in his start vs. TB, he did throw extremely well despite 5 BB'S allowed, only allowing 2 H over 5 scoreless innings, in his first ever postseason start. In fact, in his 4 career postseason starts (all in 2010) he has never allowed more than 2 R. Impressive! This kid absolutely stepped up his game in the postseason last year and proved that he thrives in the big stage - and we expect him to do much the same again here. I say roll with the RANGERS to WIN in this one.......
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