Arlington, Texas—At DFW, the Rangers made their way to a waiting American Airlines jet for the trip to St. Louis that could make them world champions.
And they stopped to sign a few autographs along the way.
Most of the players made a bee line for the jet, while others were more relaxed taking it all in stride.
"We're excited. We know we have a great opportunity. But it's a really mentally tough team so we'll be ready for that first pitch to go from there", said player Michael Young
"It's just a matter of playing like we've played all year long and all postseason long in game six and trying to take care of this as soon as possible", said player David Murphy.
But if you want to see them get it done, flying there may be tough. All American airlines morning flights to get you there on time are booked. If you find a seat available, it will cost you a lot. The flights are selling for $1,100 to $1,200 each.
Tom Parsons with Bestfares.com says continental and united flights all are about the same, but Southwest has some good deals.
"They're running around $240. The good thing about southwest, if you want to change or come back earlier, these are anytime airfares", Parsons said.
If you plan on driving, parsons says leave early... and it will also give you flexibility once you arrive.
"By being in your own car, then you can go up to 30 or 40 miles from the stadium and find a hotel room if that's what's needed. So I think that's the most flexible”, Parsons said.