If you watched him Monday evening, you came away with the impression that Colby Lewis is quite possibly the most composed pitcher in baseball.
Over four frenetic hours that the steely Nolan Ryan called "as stressful a game as I've sat through," Lewis had the steadiest pulse at sometimes-raucous Tropicana Field. Lewis didn't permit any of the first nine Tampa Bay hitters to reach base. Then Desmond Jennings turned on his first pitch of the fourth inning to put the Texas Rangers in a 1-0 hole.
Lewis effectively shrugged. He stayed on the mound for two more innings -- and didn't give up another hit. The Rangers prevailed, 4-3, to move within one victory of advancing to the American League Championship Series for a second straight year.
None of that surprised Zack Lewis, who flew from his home in Bakersfield, Calif., to see his younger brother dominate in October -- which is becoming an annual event. Over five postseason starts dating back to last year, Lewis is...