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Rangers vs Diamondbacks Game 4 of the World Series: pitchers, lineups, stats, etc.

As the series between Arizona and Texas progresses, it promises to be a closely contested chess match with closely guarded tactics between the two coaches.

Andrew Heaney #44 of the Texas Rangers pitches

The Texas Rangers lead the Arizona Diamondbacks two victories to one in the MLB World Series. On Monday night, the two teams played a notably different game than their previous high-scoring encounters, with a low-scoring contest. Andrew Heeney pitched for the Rangers, while Joe Mantiply shouldered the Diamondbacks’ pitching duties. This match-up suggested that there might be an early transition to the bullpen, which has been used extensively in recent games.

Rangers vs Diamondbacks Game 4: pitchers

Texas Rangers

In the last game, the Rangers moved swiftly to their bullpen, relieving Max Scherzer of his duties. They did not allow for much delay, reinforcing that today’s baseball landscape demands three or four innings of work for a hefty price tag. On the opposite side, Joe Mantiply had previously demonstrated his pitching abilities in the last series and carried that confidence into this bullpen game. He was not alone, as his teammates showcased their strengths, making this a classic “next man up” scenario for the Diamondbacks.

Andrew Heeney’s season has been a rollercoaster ride, with exceptional and less-than-stellar performances. His inconsistency has left observers in a perpetual state of uncertainty. As the series unfolds, the question looms: will Heeney deliver a levelheaded and dependable performance, or will the unpredictable nature of his season persist in the next game?

Arizona Diamondbacks

Joe Mantiply’s recent track record involved 15 pitches in his last bullpen appearance, highlighting the versatility and situational pitching expected from the Diamondbacks. The bullpen game offers an array of match-up situations, with lefty-righty confrontations and more, as pitchers rotate in and out to keep the opposition guessing. Both teams have demonstrated an early shift to their bullpens, but how much of an impact this strategy will have on the game remains to be seen.

Rangers vs Diamondbacks Game 4: lineups

Texas Rangers

  1. Marcus Semien, 2B
  2. Corey Seager, SS
  3. Robbie Grossman, LF
  4. Adolis García, RF
  5. Mitch Garver, DH
  6. Jonah Heim, C
  7. Nathaniel Lowe, 1B
  8. Josh Jung, 3B
  9. Leody Taveras, CF

Arizona Diamondbacks

  1. Ketel Marte, 2B
  2. Corbin Carroll, RF
  3. Gabriel Moreno, C
  4. Christian Walker, 1B
  5. Tommy Pham, DH
  6. Lourdes Gurriel Jr., LF
  7. Alek Thomas, CF
  8. Evan Longoria, 3B
  9. Geraldo Perdomo, SS