A look at some notable facts and figures from the Texas Rangers' 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Saturday.

• The Rangers' Game 1 win was their third straight at home in the ALCS, dating back to 2010.

• Game 1 was the Tigers' first loss in the ALCS since 1987.

• Detroit catcher Alex Avila went 0-for-4 and is 1-for-20 in the postseason.

• The Tigers were 6-3 against the Rangers in the regular season, including a 2-1 record in Arlington.

• Detroit center fielder Austin Jackson has 11 strikeouts in 21 postseason at-bats, including three whiffs in the ALCS opener.

• Game 1 was the fourth straight win for the Rangers.

• Texas closer Neftali Feliz became the seventh pitcher to record three saves in a Division Series. He recorded his fourth save of the postseason in Game 1.

• Detroit left fielder Ryan Raburn's two walks in Game 1 gave him his first multiwalk game of the season.

• Both clubs had a negative run differential in their ALDS wins.

• Alexi Ogando entered the ALCS with a 3-0 record and 1.54 ERA in six career games against the Tigers. He pitched two shutout innings with three strikeouts in Game 1.

• The team that lost Game 1 has won seven of the past 11 ALCS, including the Rangers last season.