They did a hell of a job. Lincecum threw different stuff tonight than his first night. He had more velocity on his fastball, and he pitched a hell of a game. They threw the ball really well and that's what wins championships.■ At the finish Rangers, especially Kinsler, did not challenge (SportsDayDFW)
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Not much worked, we won one game. We got really hot there at the end of the season going into the postseason, and we got really hot against Tampa and New York, and we were a confident team coming in. They pitched better than us, they did everything better than us. They beat us. But we're proud of where we got, and we're going to move on from this.
Ian Kinsler had the chance in the seventh inning of Game 4, and he popped up to left field. Kinsler was a team-worst 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position during the Series.