A Refreshing, Thrilling Series on Tap


Experience is the name we give our mistakes. - Oscar Wilde

For the first time ever, both World Series combatants will have gone at least 50 years without a title, with the Giants mired in a championship drought since 1954 and the Rangers never having been to a Series in their 50-year history. This is just one of the compelling storylines that make this Series matchup one of the more interesting in quite some time; perhaps not since the Atlanta Braves and Minnesota Twins contested their historic 1991 battle have there been two teams so little known to the average baseball fan.

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