Adrian Beltre unsure of Game 3 status

The Rangers 3B left Game 1 of the ALDS vs. the Blue Jays with a lower back strain and sat out Game 2. As for Sunday's Game 3, Beltre said he "can't really say" if he'll play. The Rangers are up 2-0 in the series.

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U.S. clings to 1-point Presidents Cup lead

Branden Grace delivered two big shots in gathering darkness Saturday that kept the International team within one point of the Americans going into a final day at the Presidents Cup.

Rangers up 2-0 after win in 14th (4:12)
This Number Stinks: Cardinals, Patriots favorites (2:56)
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Rangers' road wins doom Blue Jays

It's a foregone conclusion that any team up 2-0 is more likely to win in a best-of-five series. To no one's surprise, teams have fared very well when they take the first two games on the road. Will Texas continue that pattern, or will Toronto rally?

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Hanser Alberto on his game-winning 14th inning hit following his error many innings earlier: "That was very, very special. Because I came from making an error that cost us a couple runs. And then I went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. It was like, Wow, this is a good time to do something good."

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No. 3 Baylor is still a 45-point favorite, making Kansas the biggest home underdog in history of Big 12 conference play. The Bears have been on the other end of that line before.

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Rangers win a game that evokes Ruth, Clemens, Mays

Game 2 of the ALDS put Hanser Alberto and Keone Kela in the company of some baseball legends. We explain some of the bizarre stats in an amazing win.

TCU will escape with a win against Kansas State (1:19)
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Odor still friendly with home plate

Rougned Odor's acrobatic slide evaded catcher Russell Martin's tag to score a run for the Rangers in Game 2 of the ALDS. He had already scored three times in Game 1. See the best images from the series. Full ALDS photo gallery

Blue Jays in trouble, down 2-0 (0:46)

Guns up on the recruiting trail

The Red Raiders have gained a bit of momentum on the field this season, and they're starting to see the dividends. They received a commitment from a four-star 2017 prospect this week. Who is he? Find out in the weekly commitment roundup

Prince Fielder takes a tumble (0:17)
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Celebration on the road

The Rangers' Sam Dyson and Robinson Chirinos celebrate after a 5-3 victory over the Blue Jays in Game 1 of the ALDS. See the best images from the series. Full ALDS photo gallery

Cromartie on O.B.J.: 'One-year wonder' (1:50)

Jim Caple Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

The game didn't start that well for rookie Hanser Alberto but it ended very well. Playing in place of injured Adrian Beltre, he made an error in the second inning that led to two unearned runs and tied the game. But he hung in there and singled home the winning run in the 14th inning of the Rangers 6-4 Game 2 victory. Texas returns home with 2-0 lead in series.


Rangers take 2-0 lead back to Texas

It took 14 innings, but the Rangers will head home up 2 games against the Blue Jays in the ALDS. Rougned Odor scored the go-ahead run on a Hanser Alberto RBI single. Box score