I used to think that it was possible to spin a truly compelling narrative from the events of any game, no matter how unremarkable or sleep-inducing it appeared to be. That was a load of garbage. There was one single, solitary redeeming quality to Wednesday's series finale, and that was Matt Harrison being Matt Harrison yet again; beyond that, though, I've really got nothing. For the 90th time in a regular-season game in franchise history (and for the first time since Matt Moore's subjugation of Texas to begin last year's ALDS), the Rangers collected two or fewer hits in a game ... but that's not the worst part of it.
No, the worst part is that they looked bad enough to make two hits seem like an accomplishment of sorts, since