Rangers' Corey Seager breaks division series record for walks

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Corey Seager of the Texas Rangers broke Barry Bonds' division series record with his ninth walk, also making postseason history by getting them in just three games.

The Baltimore Orioles intentionally walked Seager to load the bases in the second inning ahead of Mitch Garver's two-run double as the Rangers took a 6-0 lead in Game 3 on Tuesday night, before ultimately winning, 7-1.

A one-out walk with the bases empty in the fourth made Seager the first to draw nine walks in a three-game stretch in the postseason, one more than Bonds in San Francisco's four-game loss to Florida in the 2003 NL Division Series.

The two walks came after Seager opened the scoring with a 445-foot solo homer in the first.

With the win, Texas swept the series to make its first trip to the American League Championship Series since 2011.