Rangers Shut Out 4-0 In Game 4

Reported by: Charlie Bartlett

It's now do or die time.

The Texas Rangers needed to win Game 3 to keep their World Series title hopes alive. They did, but now they're down a bigger hole.

Sunday night, the San Francisco Giants shut out the Texas Rangers 4-0 at the Ballpark in Arlington, giving the Giants a 3-1 World Series lead.

The first two innings were pretty quiet until the top of the 3rd until Giants' Aubrey Huff went yard with a two run shot.

Things started to calm down again middle through Game 4, no runs scored from the fourth through the sixth.

But later in the top of the 7th, the Giants struck again. Andres Torres went to right field for an rbi double scoring Edgar Renteria, giving the Giants the three nothing lead.

San Francisco wasn't done yet. Top 8th, Giants Buster Posey homered giving his team the 4-0 lead.

Giants took Game 4 of the World Series 4-0. They lead the series 3-1.

Game 5 in Monday night at the Ballpark in Arlington. First pitch set for 7:57 PM ET.