World Series Game 5: Texas Rangers top Diamondbacks 5-0 to win World Series; highlights, news and live tracker

Starting pitchers Nathan Eovaldi and Zac Gallen both delivered incredible performances before the Rangers' offense came through late

The Texas Rangers are World Series champions.

To start Game 5 on Wednesday, the Diamondbacks turned things over to ace Zac Gallen, who struggled in his first World Series start against the Rangers, giving up three earned runs over five innings in Game 1. On the other side, the Rangers were looking for strong innings from starter Nathan Eovaldi so the team's overtaxed bullpen wouldn't have to be used as much.

Through six innings, Gallen was throwing a no-hitter, with the Rangers having mustered just one walk against him. Eovaldi, meanwhile, found himself in a jam nearly every inning — and got out of all of them to keep it 0-0.

In the seventh, the Rangers finally got something going, with leadoff hits from Corey Seager and Evan Carter putting some pressure on Gallen and Mitch Garver paying it off with an RBI single.

The Rangers tacked on four insurance runs in the ninth, making it 5-0, with the exclamation point a home run from Marcus Semien.

See below for more news, highlights and updates from Game 5 of the World Series.