Bruce Bochy could hardly keep the smile off his face, his new gray T-shirt drenched in some form of liquid from his team's clubhouse celebration.

The Texas Rangers manager basked in the glow of his fourth World Series championship and first at the helm of the Rangers, who on Wednesday, after 62 years as a Major League Baseball franchise and 51 in Texas, earned their first title.

A 5-0 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 5 clinched the Rangers' first title in three trips to the Fall Classic. Texas took all three games at Chase Field to end the postseason with an all-time-record 11-0 road mark.