Monthly Archives: July 2014

GOOD BYE DEREK

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Derek Jeter’s swan song tour ended the Arlington portion with three games this week. He went five for 13 in the series (.385), but New York lost two of three as Texas ended a series losing … Continue reading

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OAKLAND TAKES TWO MORE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Oakland took two of three this weekend to drop the Rangers’ record to 41-64, the worst in baseball. The season high 23 games under .500 puts them a season high 24.5 games behind the first place … Continue reading

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TEXAS DROPS THREE MORE IN NEW YORK

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Texas dropped three of four to New York to start the week, finishing the seven game road trip that kicked off the second half at 2-5. Their record is now 22 games under .500 at 40-62, … Continue reading

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SORIA TO THE TIGERS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Wednesday night, the news broke that the Rangers had completed the recently rumored trade of closer Joakim Soria to Detroit for a pair of minor league prospects. Both prospects are highly regarded, two of the top … Continue reading

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TORONTO TAKES A PAIR

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Sunday afternoon in Toronto, the Rangers dropped the rubber game of their three game series with the Blue Jays by the score of 9-6. It was the 10th time the Rangers have gone to the final … Continue reading

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ALL-STAR BREAK NOTES

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers announced a trade on Wednesday. They sent relief pitcher Jason Frasor to Kansas City for Spencer Patton. Patton has played this season at Omaha, the Royals AAA affiliate, and made the Pacific Coast League … Continue reading

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ANGELS SWEEP

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers were swept in a four game series this weekend by the Angels for the first time in Ranger history. Los Angeles outscored Texas 33-15 to maintain their lead as the highest scoring team in … Continue reading

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SILVER BOOT RACE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Houston took the lead in this year’s race for the Silver Boot by sweeping Texas in a three game series to start this week. It was just the second sweep for the Astros since the series … Continue reading

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METS TAKE TWO

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers dropped two in New York this weekend to finish the week with a 1-6 record and drop 17 games behind Oakland in the West. The last time the Rangers were as many as 17 … Continue reading

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ORIOLES BLAST RANGERS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Baltimore cashed in eight home runs for a four game sweep of Texas to start the week. The Rangers dropped to 11 games under .500 for the season and now trail Oakland by 15 games, the … Continue reading

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