Adolis García Injury Doesn’t Slow Down Rangers in World Series Game 4
Team’s Resilience Shines Through as Key Players are Replaced
PHOENIX – Despite holding a 2-1 lead in the World Series, a cloud of negativity seemed to be hanging over the Texas Rangers before Game 4. Adolis García, one of their offensive superstars in the postseason, had to be removed from the World Series roster due to an oblique injury. Max Scherzer was also removed, forcing the Rangers to scramble and replace two key players just hours before the game.
However, this team has proven itself to be well-suited to deal with injury adversity. Throughout the season, they have faced challenges such as losing Jacob deGrom for the season, Corey Seager’s limited playing time, and Nathan Eovaldi’s absence in the second half. The Rangers have shown resilience and mental toughness, making them built to withstand injury adversity.
“This team has dealt with it many times,” said manager Bruce Bochy. “They understand you have to focus forward. And they’ve done that. Sure, it’s not great news to lose your cleanup hitter, but this club has handled adversity all year. That’s why I’m so proud