Pat Burrell's struck out half the times he's come to the plate this postseason.
Monkey off their back
The Rangers celebrate after winning Game 3 of the World Series by a score of 4-2 over the San Francisco Giants.
Phenom at work
Neftali Feliz became the second-youngest player to ever record a save in the World Series, doing so Saturday in Game 3 at the age of 22.
Not blowing it this time
Darren O'Day relieved Colby Lewis in the eighth inning of Game 3 and shut the door on the momentum the Giants had been building the last two innings. The Texas bullpen was flawless in this one, securing the team's first-ever World Series win.
Shattering hopes and dreams
Ian Kinsler breaks his bat on a single late in Game 3. The Rangers would go on to win their first-ever World Series game with a 4-2 decision over San Francisco.
Torres hit a home run?! Seriously?!
Jeff Francoeur can't come up with a ball hit by San Francisco leadoff batter Andres Torres in the eighth inning of Game 3. It would cut the Rangers' lead to 4-2.
He keeps on keepin' on
Cody Ross did it yet again, crushing a solo shot off Colby Lewis in the seventh inning to give the Giants their first run of the game. It was Ross' fifth home run of the playoffs thus far.
Buster rocks one into left
Buster Posey hits a single in the bottom of fourth inning against Colby Lewis. He'd be stranded on base, though, as the Giants didn't crack the scoreboard until Cody Ross' home run in the top of the seventh.
He Huffs and he puffs
Aubrey Huff smacks a double off Colby Lewis in the bottom of the sixth inning. It wouldn't amount to anything, though, as San Francisco's only two runs of the game came by the way of solo home runs.
Let's get this right, shall we?
Jonathan Sanchez listens to the wisdoms of rookie catcher Buster Posey right before allowing a fifth inning home run to Josh Hamilton, leading to Sanchez being pulled from the game.
Josh Hamilton lets loose on a Jonathan Sanchez curveball in the bottom of the fifth to make the score 4-0 in favor of the Rangers. Hamilton's now hit five home runs during the postseason.
Annnnnd, you're out!!
Vladimir Guerrero's surprising attempt to steal second failed miserably, ending a rally in the Rangers' half of the fifth inning.
Coming up short again
Jonathan Sanchez couldn't get through the fifth inning for the second straight time this postseason. He would leave the game trailing 4-0 to the Rangers in Game 3.
Mitch Moreland's congratulated by teammate Bengie Molina after a three-run home run in the bottom of the second in Game 3 of the World Series.
Mitch Moreland strikes the game's first big blow, clobbering a three-run home run in the second inning of Game 3 to give the Rangers the early lead.
And, the first pitch
Starting pitcher Colby Lewis fires the game's first pitch to San Fran's Andres Torres to get Game 3 underway.
Shake hands and come out fightin'
Managers Bruce Bochy and Ron Washington greet each other at home plate prior to Game 3 of the World Series.
Let's hear it for Kelly
Original American Idol champion and Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson performed the National Anthem prior to Game 3 of the World Series in Texas.
Getting dirty before game time
Rangers manager Ron Washington hits ground balls to his infielders prior to Game 3.
What a beautiful sight
Fans wait to enter the ballpark prior to the Texas Rangers hosting the San Francisco Giants in Game 3 of the World Series at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Back in the starting lineup
Jeff Francoeur looks on during batting practice before Game 3 of the World Series. He'll be in the starting lineup for the first time since Game 5 of the ALCS, 10 days ago.
That's dedication, holmes
A Rangers fan shows off his unique haircut before Game 3 of the World Series in Arlington, Texas.
Let me get a little stretch, and a bend
Derek Holland gets loose prior to Game 3 of the 2010 World Series.
All the right moves
Giants manager Bruce Bochy has been doing everything right through two games, and his team leads the Rangers 2-0 going into Game 3 of the World Series.
Got the whole world in his hands
Cody Ross seems to be able to do no wrong this postseason, having led the Giants in virtually every offensive category 'til now.