Monthly Archives: August 2017

DISAPPOINTMENT IN OAKLAND

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers hopes of making the playoffs took a severe hit this weekend as they were swept in three games by the last place Oakland Athletics. The Rangers’ offense was almost a total no-show as they … Continue reading

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RANGERS TAKE ANGELS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey Texas took three out of four In Anaheim from the Angels to push their record one game over .500 at 64-63. It’s the first time the Rangers’ record has been over .500 since June 27. The … Continue reading

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ANOTHER WINNING WEEK

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers ended their 10-game home stand on a downer, losing 3-2 to the White Sox Sunday afternoon. The win earned a split in the four game series for Chicago. The Rangers … Continue reading

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TWO IN A ROW!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers won their second series in a row, sweeping the Detroit Tigers in three games to start the week. Martin Perez turned in another strong outing on Monday, the Ranger offense … Continue reading

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YEA! A WINNING WEEK!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers split and won their two series this week to put together their first winning week of more than one series since before the All-Star break. They split a pair in New … Continue reading

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ANOTHER LOSING WEEK

BY: Richard W. Humphrey On Sunday afternoon, the Rangers put up a five spot in the first inning on the strength of a three run home run from Adrian Beltre’s bat followed by a two run blast from Joey Gallo. … Continue reading

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SEATTLE TAKES TWO; YU GONE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers beat Seattle Wednesday night to avoid a series sweep and end a four game losing streak. Texas started the series well scoring two runs in each of the first two innings … Continue reading

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