The Rangers continued their climb into the American League Wild Card race by completing a three-game sweep of the Tigers with a 12-6 victory Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
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Joey Gallo continues to hit spectacular home runs, but Nomar Mazara still leads the Rangers in RBIs. These two have a chance to be at the heart of the Rangers' lineup for many years to come, and Mazara more than held his own Wednesday night when both players went deep in a 12-6 victory over the Tigers.
The Rangers had a special post-game celebration following their 12-6 victory over the Tigers on Wednesday night.
Rangers pitcher A.J. Griffin used to listen to "The Jim Rome Show" a lot, and one of the terms Rome used was "lettuce" for hair. Griffin will wear "Sweet Lettuce" on the back of his jersey for Players Weekend, Aug. 25-27.
Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez lifted up his shirt Wednesday afternoon and showed why he has been out of the lineup for the past three days. It isn't pretty.
The Rangers will get their first look at White Sox top pitching prospect Reynaldo Lopez when the two teams open a four-game series on Thursday at Globe Life Park.
Wednesday, as it turns out, ended up being a pretty good day for Jake Diekman. First came the news that he's headed out for a rehab assignment on Thursday with Double-A Frisco. The left-hander is scheduled to throw 15 pitches in his first game action this year. Diekman said he's keeping it pretty simple; he wants to be certain his fastball is under control before trying to mix it up.
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The Rangers hit three home runs off of Tigers starter Justin Verlander and won for the fifth time in six games with a 10-4 victory on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park. The Tigers have lost nine of their last 11.
Rangers infielder Joey Gallo is slowly creeping up on Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge for the American League home run lead.
For the second game in a row, Rougned Odor's heads-up running on the basepaths paid off. After stealing two bases and scoring three runs in the Rangers' win on Monday, the second baseman provided what was, at the time, a crucial insurance run Texas needed in the seventh inning of Tuesday's 10-4 win.
The Rangers are going to play it conservative with right-handed reliever Keone Kela, who is on the disabled list with a sore right shoulder for the second time this season. That's why Ricardo Rodriguez's performance was so important.
The Rangers put together their six runs in Monday's win through three walks, two sacrifice bunts, two steals, a sacrifice fly and a bunt hit.
Martin Perez overcame a two-run home run by Justin Upton in the first inning and helped pitch the Rangers to a 6-2 victory over the Tigers on Monday night at Globe Life Park. The win was the Rangers' fourth in five games and moved them to within three games in the American League Wild Card standings.
Ricardo Rodriguez, who had his contract purchased from Double-A Frisco last week, threw a 12-pitch perfect inning in Monday's 6-2 win over the Tigers in his debut performance.
Jake Diekman threw his third batting-practice session before the Rangers' series opener against the Tigers on Monday, and the reviews indicate that it was his most promising one yet.
With Carlos Gomez and Shin-Soo Choo getting a breather, Delino DeShields was in the lineup against a right-handed starting pitcher on Monday for the first time since July 9.
Alex Verdugo's hot streak continued as he hit his sixth homer of the season and drove in three runs in Triple-A Oklahoma City's 9-4 win over Round Rock on Monday night.
Dallas Keuchel outdueled Rangers starter Andrew Cashner and pitched the Astros to a 2-1 victory on Sunday afternoon, snapping their five-game losing streak. The Rangers had a three-game winning streak come to an end but still took two of three from the Astros.
Adrian Beltre came to work on Sunday bearing gifts for his Rangers teammates and staff to commemorate his 3,000th hit.
Caught in rundown, Beltre takes only path out
The Magnificent Seven was retired on Saturday in an encore performance worthy of Ivan Rodriguez's induction into the Hall of Fame two weeks ago. Rodriguez's No. 7 jersey took its place on the façade of the upper deck in left field in ceremonies before the Rangers defeated the Astros, 8-3. Rodriguez's symbolic jersey was hung alongside Nolan Ryan, Johnny Oates and Jackie Robinson as the four numbers retired by the Rangers.
Astros rookie Derek Fisher is playing in Globe Life Park for the first time this weekend. But had things gone in a different direction a few years ago, it could've been his home stadium.
The Astros still have a comfortable lead in the American League West, but their midsummer slump continued with an 8-3 loss to the Rangers that extended their losing streak to five straight games. They have also lost 12 of their last 16.
The Rangers honored Hall of Famer Ivan Rodriguez by wearing their throwback 1999 jerseys on Saturday night. That team went to postseason, and the 2017 edition is still stubbornly clinging to the idea that can happen again this year.
Cars were parked in every conceivable makeshift parking spot for a handful of blocks in all directions around the Refuge Church in Fort Worth on Saturday, leaving precious few openings to find a place to situate your vehicle. And once you did find a spot, a bit of a walk was required to reach the church.
Rangers left-hander Alex Claudio saw manager Jeff Banister come out to the mound in the ninth inning and had a good idea of what was next.
Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels got smacked in the left knee by Jose Altuve's hard grounder in the fourth inning of a 6-4 win over the Astros. Hamels was able to recover to complete seven shutout innings, but it was the reason why he was taken out after 98 pitches and a six-run lead.
Cole Hamels kept the Astros in their slump by pitching seven scoreless innings and Alex Claudio held off a rally in the Rangers' 6-4 victory in the opener of a three-game series Friday night. Houston has lost four in a row for the first time this season.
Beltre called off Andrus on popup with tap to face
The Rangers' bullpen situation this season has been, to put it mildly, unstable. They have eight members in the bullpen, with the additions of Ricardo Rodriguez and Jhan Marinez -- neither having pitched for the Rangers entering Friday