Monthly Archives: July 2017

SUPER RANGER SUNDAY

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – Sunday was one of the best days in Ranger history. On the field in Arlington, third baseman Adrian Beltre became the 31st player in Major League history to reach 3,000 career hits. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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MARLINS SINK RANGERS’ SHIP

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers’ offense put up a touchdown and a field goal Wednesday night, but it wasn’t nearly enough to win. The Marlins scored a club record 22 runs to take two of three … Continue reading

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DARVISH OR NO

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Sunday afternoon, the Rangers staged their third straight late inning, come from behind rally to complete an improbable three game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg. The final score Sunday was 6-5, a … Continue reading

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SECOND HALF KICKS OFF

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The ceremonial second half began well for the Rangers. They came back from the All-Star break with a series win over the Royals, taking two of three in Kansas City. Texas has clearly dominated the Royals … Continue reading

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THE FIRST HALF

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers lost 3-0 to the Angels Sunday to complete the portion the schedule prior to the All-Star game. Texas finished the first half, as defined by baseball, with a 43-45 record, which … Continue reading

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DEATH, TAXES AND THE RANGER BULLPEN

BY: Richard W. Humphrey It was another disappointing week as the Rangers went 2-5 against the Indians and White Sox. The road trip looked promising when they took two of three from the Yankees to kick it off, but Texas … Continue reading

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