After knocking out the Houston Astros in the ALCS, the Texas Rangers are moving on to the World Series. They've been twice before in 2010 and 2011 but have never won it all during the franchise's history, which dates back to 1972.
That's finally about to change, however, because this year is different. This team is different, and it's built to go all the way.
We've got studs up and down the lineup, horses in the rotation and a bullpen that has finally hit its stride.
With so many potential World Series heroes to chose from, here are five players who will carry us to victory in the Fall Classic.
1. Corey Seager
Man, this dude is on a mission.
Seager set the tone in Monday's Game 7 victory by launching this pitch from Cristian Javier into orbit during his first at-bat of the game. Texas never looked back after that, and the rest is history.
When healthy, Seager was our best player during the regular season, slashing .327/.390/.623 with an AL-leading 42 doubles despite missing a quarter of the season.
That elite performance has carried over into the postseason, as Seager's been an on-base machine while swatting 3 homers. He's been locked in during October, which isn't surprising for a player who practically grew up in the playoffs during his time with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Seager's been remarkably consistent, never going back-to-back games without a hit. That's really hard to do during the postseason when you're facing the best pitchers in baseball every night.
He may not be as flashy as, say, Bryce Harper, but he sure has a sense of the moment. Seager got us here, and he's going to take us the rest of the way.