World Series Game 6 LIVE UPDATES: Rangers & Cardinals Starting Colby Lewis, Jaime Garcia

10/27/2011 07:49 pm ET | Updated Dec 27, 2011

The Texas Rangers will look to close out the St. Louis Cardinals and seal their first ever World Series championship Thursday night with a Game 6 victory.

In a Game 2 rematch, Texas' Colby Lewis will take the mound while St. Louis will throw out southpaw Jaime Garcia. Lewis put on a solid performance in the second game in St. Louis, going 6.2 innings and only giving up one run while striking out four. Garcia, however, out-dueled Lewis by pitching seven scoreless innings and striking out seven. The Rangers were able to come back in the ninth inning and tie the series at one.

Unfortunately (and strangely) for the Cardinals, recent history is not on their side considering that the 2004 and 2006 World Series ended on October 27th in St. Louis (via MLB PR)

Will the Cardinals be able to fight off elimination and force Game 7? Or will the Rangers finally win their first World Series title in franchise history?

Stay tuned here for live updates throughout the game and tweet to @HuffPostSports to join in the conversation.

10/28/2011 12:43 AM EDT


@ jonahkeri :

Hometown boy with the walkoff. 30 for 30 by tomorrow or GTFO.

10/28/2011 12:40 AM EDT


David Freese comes through in the bottom of the 11th with a WALK OFF HOME RUN TO FORCE A GAME 7!!!!

10/28/2011 12:39 AM EDT


@ SI_JonHeyman :

cardinals were 10 1/2 out in wild card, down 4-0 to cliff lee, and down 2 runs w/ 1 inning to go twice tonite. #cardiaccardinals

10/28/2011 12:38 AM EDT

Lowe Is In

Mark Lowe is in to pitch the 11th. Facing David Freese first.

10/28/2011 12:35 AM EDT

CJ Wilson Time?

@ Buster_ESPN :

Rangers down to two pitchers available...CJ Wilson and Mark Lowe.

10/28/2011 12:35 AM EDT

Who's Left?

@ Alden_Gonzalez :

With German up, #Rangers have Torrealba and Treanor left on the bench. #StLCards have no position players available.

10/28/2011 12:34 AM EDT

To The Bottom Of The 11th

German grounds out to 2B Theriot to end the inning. We're going to the bottom of the 11th.

10/28/2011 12:33 AM EDT

Pop Up

Murphy hits a pop up to deep center field and Jay makes the easy catch. Here comes Esteban German...

10/28/2011 12:31 AM EDT


Napoli hits a 1-out single to shallow right field. That will bring up David Murphy. Oh by the way, Jake Westbrook is pitching.

10/28/2011 12:29 AM EDT

1 Out

Nelson Cruz flies out to right field for the first out of the inning.

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