Monthly Archives: May 2012

A TEN!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers won their 10th series of the year Saturday afternonoon, beating the Blue Jays 8-7 in 13 innings on a Josh Hamilton walk-off home run. The win following Friday night’s 14-3 pasting of the Jays … Continue reading

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NEFTALI AND THE STARTING ROTATION

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Monday afternoon, the Twitter-verse exploded with the news that Neftali Feliz would be placed on the disabled list, replaced on the roster by Yoshinori Tateyama; and replaced, at least for the moment, in the rotation by … Continue reading

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MONDAY UPDATE

BY” Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers took two of three from Houston over the weekend to move their record back to 10 games over .500 at 26-16. The Rangers have now played 14 series against 14 different opponents, a first … Continue reading

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HERE COMES THE A’s

BY: Richard W. Humphrey As the sixth week of the season comes to a close, the surprise in the West is that Oakland is the Rangers’ closest pursuer for the division lead. The A’s are in Arlington tonight for a … Continue reading

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POINT MADE!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Texas took two of three from the Angels this weekend, adding another game to their lead over the Halos in the West. Los Angeles arrived on a decent roll having won seven of their previous 10 … Continue reading

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GOOD JOSH ALMIGHTY!!!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Texas beat Baltimore 10-3 Tuesday night at Camden Yards, but there was really just one story – Josh Hamilton. The Rangers’ center fielder became just the 16th player in baseball history to hit four home runs … Continue reading

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ON TO BALTIMORE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers limped out of Cleveland Sunday evening having lost two of three with the afternoon’s 4-2 loss to the Indians. Texas has now lost three consecutive series, each time winning one and losing two games, … Continue reading

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WHAT A MONTH!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The calendar flipped from April to May this morning, and the Rangers found themselves with a 17-6 record, best in baseball and the second best in team history after 23 games. They led the American League … Continue reading

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