No Beltre, no sweep.
No spark, no sweep.
No life to the offense, no sweep.
No leadoff hitter on base in any single inning, no sweep.
No real threat any time during the game, no sweep.
No contributions yet again from the heart of the order, no sweep.
No way you can walk a guy with bases loaded in this situation. No way you don’t get out of it after a brilliant 3-2-3 double play. No chance of sneaking a 3-2 change up past Tulowitzki when he is looking off speed because you’re not throwing him anything fast. No way he would have caught up to a fastball if you would have just thrown him one because he wasn’t looking for it
No matter anyway, the Rangers were not going to come back in this one down 2-0, let alone down 5-0, no sweep.
No help out of the bullpen, no sweep.
No offense, no sweep.
The Rangers did a lot of things to give the Blue Jays a Game 4. Or, to be more accurate, they didn’t do a whole lot of things.
No big deal. The Rangers are still where they were yesterday. Win one.