The Texas Rangers game took a classic show behind Adolis Garcia’s home run and beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-5 in the 2023 World Series Game 1.
Garcia’s 11th-inning home run occurred after Corey Seager’s game-tying blast in the ninth.
It was the first walk-off home run in a World Series Game 1 since Kirk Gibson’s cinematic event in 1988.
Moreover, this home run made Garcia the new all-time MLB leader for Runs Batted In (RBIs) in a single postseason with 22.
He just surpassed the mark set by David Freese 12 years ago.
Garcia also becomes the second player to hit a walk-off home run during his World Series debut.
The Rangers game was already an entertaining game before the late heroics.
The Diamondbacks was the first team to find the consistent approach and created chaos on the basepaths.
They also got clutch hits from stars Ketel Marte and Corbin Carroll and a home run from Tommy Pham.
However, thanks to Seager and Garca, the Rangers had the last laugh.
Even Rangers rookie Evan Carter continued his marvelous MLB start by driving in Corey Seager for the series’ first run.
The Rangers game 6-5 victory against the Diamondbacks featured three lead changes.
Torey Lovullo, D-backs manager, praised Seager by saying “Big-time players do big-time things in big-time moments.”
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