• According to ESPN Stats and Information, Nelson Cruz became the first player to hit two extra-inning home runs in the same postseason series.

• Cruz, in 34 career American League Championship Series at-bats, has a slugging percentage of 1.000. He has six home runs and 14 RBIs, including four homers in this series to tie the all-time LCS record.

• Including Wednesday's Game 4 appearance, Tigers closer Jose Valverde has pitched 4 1/3 innings in a span of three days.

• Michael Young and David Murphy were the only Rangers starters to not score a run on Wednesday, as the other seven scored one apiece.

• The Tigers were 1-for-3 with runners in scoring position in Game 4.

• This is the seventh time in ALCS history that two games have gone into extra innings. No ALCS has gone to extras in three games.

• Out of the 18 previous times a team has taken a 3-1 lead in the ALCS, as the Rangers have, 14 advanced to the World Series.

• Scott Feldman got the win, making it the third win this series for the Rangers bullpen. They are the fifth team to get three LCS wins from relievers.

• Cruz's throw to nab Miguel Cabrera at home plate in the eighth inning was the first outfield-to-catcher double play in a postseason game in the eighth or later since George Foster's assist for the Reds in the 1975 World Series.