...Cliff who? I see a trend. This postseason the Giants have repeatedly nullified big-name starting pitchers by attacking them proactively with aggressive but realistic hitting. Now that their offense has beaten the "unbeatable" Lee too, the team's confidence and resiliency will not go away. Somehow, the Giants get stronger as these playoff games go along, and will probably win all/most of the close games. Good bullpen and clutch hitting. So the Rangers need to smack them early in games and smack them GOOD in order to come out with victories... get to the Giants' starters and chase them early. With Texas's offense, this should be possible.For Game 2, I don't know a thing about CJ Wilson, but Matt Cain has been the Giants' most consistent starting pitcher all season and is having a great postseason too. I'm already anxious for tomorrow's game to start.--RodGO GIANTS!
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