Rangers Seven

May 17, 2017

In the last seven to ten days, the Rangers have lost Cole Hamels and Carlos Gomez to injury. Both of those things should be huge blows to the organization, but somehow the Rangers have managed to win seven in a row. They have had come from behind wins as well as just plain old wins. […]

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The Mendoza Line

May 10, 2017

The Mendoza Line is a term referenced in baseball due to the poor hitting performance of Mario Mendoza. He played for the Pirates, and Mariners from 1974-1979, before becoming a Texas Ranger where his career ended in 1982. Mendoza had a career batting average of .215, but during many seasons his average consistently fluctuated around […]

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Cole Hamels to the DL

May 3, 2017

Texas Rangers starting pitcher missed his start Tuesday night in Houston. Whenever I hear that I begin to worry about a trip to the disabled list. Well guess what? Cole Hamels is now on the disabled list.  The oblique strain sounds like it’s not serious. Neither did Adrian Beltre’s quad. And we know where that […]

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Houston, We Have a Problem

May 2, 2017

Monday night Andrew Cashner was cruising. He had only given up two hits through 6 innings and his team was winning 2-1. He got into some hot water in the seventh when some errors occurred, and that is when the wheels fell off. Long story short, the Rangers lost the game 6-2, allowing 5 runs […]

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Fourth Place Texas Rangers

April 30, 2017

The Texas Rangers did not really have a good April. Not their worst by any stretch of the imagination, but not good to say the least. The Rangers are in fourth place in the American League West, behind the Astros, Angels and Athletics. They have one more game to go this afternoon, but they will […]

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