1. Do you believe the postponement and/or early call to kill Game 2 of the ALCS was a case of good intentions gone awry (that is, that the right call was actually made, and that this was just an unfortunate set of circumstances), or were MLB/FOX/any other involved parties completely in the wrong to act in the manner that they did?
2. Putting a new spin on an old question here: Which three Rangers regulars -- including the starting lineup, starting rotation, and bullpen, but not apparent bench guys like Yorvit Torrealba and Endy Chavez -- do you trust the most performance-wise going forward in the playoffs? And which three Rangers regulars do you trust the least?
3. On Friday, the USA Today's Bob Nightengale tweeted that every rival scout he had spoken to predicted that the Rangers would ultimately land Yu Darvish this winter, with every single one of those scouts predicting "stardom"; on Sunday, SI.com's Jon Heyman oddly tweeted that "some people" believe C.J. Wilson has a "keen interest" in New York, and pegged the Yankees as the early favorites to sign Wilson this winter. At this point in the game, how much is just too much for Wilson if the Yankees want to incite a bidding war with the Rangers? And do you have any kind of idea in your mind of how much would be too much (posting fee + contract) for this organization to commit to Darvish?
4. How do you envision each of the next three pitching matchups in this series (Max Scherzer vs. Derek Holland in Game 2; Colby Lewis vs. Doug Fister in Game 3; and Matt Harrison vs. Rick Porcello in Game 4) turning out for the Rangers, and which team ends up winning this series in how many games?