Missed opportunities will haunt Rangers

Texas couldn't make one pitch for title in Game 6 and didn't capitalize early in Game 7

Updated: October 29, 2011, 3:48 AM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

ST. LOUIS -- In the end, the Texas Rangers didn't lose the World Series because of a managerial move Ron Washington made or didn't make.

It wasn't determined by bullpen decisions. Or pinch-hitting moves. And it certainly wasn't decided because Washington chose Matt Harrison to start Game 7 instead of Derek Holland.

The Rangers lost the World Series, the best in a decade, because they couldn't make one pitch.


Neftali Feliz couldn't deliver it in the bottom of the ...

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