When Colby Lewis takes the hill tonight after Wednesday's postponement, there will be no one in Busch Stadium calmer than the 32-year-old journeyman righty.
Lewis, a slightly above average regular-season pitcher, has established himself as the greatest postseason pitcher in Texas Rangers history, albeit against a pretty small sample size, but he's also one of the best going in baseball recently and the numbers prove it.
Now he has a chance to go down in the history books pitching the clincher tonight in the World Series and bring the Rangers their first-ever world championship.
Opposing him is Jaime Garcia, a soft-tossing lefty who shut the Rangers down in Game 2 before a ninth-inning rally and a few strokes of good luck let the Rangers come back to win the game 2-1 and tie the series at 1-1 instead of going into an 0-2 hole.
It's going to be hard for a finesse pitcher to shut down the Rangers twice in a matter of days. It's going to be hard for Garcia, who gave up three hits throug...