Monthly Archives: April 2018

A’s SINK RANGERS

Beltre Lost to Injury BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers closed out their six game home stand with a fine win Wednesday night. It averted a sweep by the Oakland A’s, who had won the first … Continue reading

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SEATTLE TAKES SERIES

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers avoided a sweep Sunday afternoon with a 7-4 win in the final game of their three game series with the Seattle Mariners. Seattle had torched the Ranger bullpen for come … Continue reading

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MORE WOES IN ST. PETE

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers maintained their grip on last place in the American League West by losing two of three games to the Tampa Bay Rays this week. They completed the road trip at 3-3, but their season … Continue reading

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IMPROBABLE!

BY: Richard W. Humphrey The Rangers won their first series of the season this weekend, taking two of three games from the Houston Astros. It was improbable that the first series win would come on the road. It was improbable … Continue reading

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DISAPPOINTING HOME STAND

LOSSES AND INJURIES MOUNT BY: Richard W. Humphrey UPDATE – 8:30 PM (Central) – The Rangers announced this afternoon that Elvis Andrus will not need surgery for his right elbow injured Wednesday night. He is expected to miss six to … Continue reading

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A SPLIT LOOKS GOOD

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers are back in town for a six game home stand after their first road trip of the season – four games in Oakland. The Rangers won Thursday afternoon’s matinee finale … Continue reading

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WEEKEND IMPRESSIONS

BY: Richard W. Humphrey ARLINGTON, Texas – The Rangers started the season by losing three of four to Houston. It’s undoubtedly too early to draw any rock solid conclusions. It’s only four games. But there are some ideas as to … Continue reading

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