Adrian Beltre, Shin-Soo Choo and Drew Robinson cracked home runs to send Michael Pineda to an early exit, and the Rangers held on to defeat the Yankees, 7-6, on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
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Rangers infielder Drew Robinson brought his newfound home run stroke to Yankee Stadium on Sunday. Now Texas is going to decide if he is going keep it here in the Major Leagues.
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Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels will come off the disabled list on Monday and pitch against the Indians in the first game of a four-game series at Progressive Field. He will be opposed by Tribe right-hander Carlos Carrasco.
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Rangers rookie right-hander Austin Bibens-Dirkx held the Yankees to one run in seven innings and was backed by home runs from Carlos Gomez and Robinson Chirinos in an 8-1 victory on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
Pitching coach Doug Brocail had some words of encouragement for Rangers starter Austin Bibens-Dirkx before his start on Saturday against the Yankees.
When the Rangers open a four-game series with the Indians on Monday, they could go with four starters who were expected to be in the rotation at the start of the season.
Rangers left-hander Martin Perez was hoping to avoid going on the disabled list, despite a fracture on the tip of his right thumb. But he is not currently able to get his hand in his glove, so the Rangers placed him on the 10-day disabled list on Saturday.
Austin Riley's perfect day at the plate helped lead Class A Advanced Florida to a 4-3 win over Fort Myers on Saturday.
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After Yu Darvish and Masahiro Tanaka matched zeros in a marvelous pitching matchup, the smallest Yankee delivered the night's biggest hit, as Ronald Torreyes laced a run-scoring single to lift New York to a 2-1 victory over the Rangers in 10 innings on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
Rangers pitchers Yu Darvish and Matt Bush were both in some discomfort after a 2-1 loss in 10 innings to the Yankees on Friday.
The Rangers' attempt at getting a fully healthy rotation continues to be an elusive proposition. Left-hander Martin Perez suffered a broken tip of his right thumb on a hotel door on Thursday night and may miss his next start. The Rangers aren't ready to put Perez on the disabled list because it is his non-throwing hand.
The Rangers' bullpen has become their biggest need as clubs gear up toward the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.
After playing five straight games following his return from the disabled list with a strained hamstring, Carlos Gomez got the day off on Wednesday to rest and recover. Whatever he did on that off-day evidently did wonders, as his career day catapulted the Rangers past the Blue Jays on Thursday, 11-4.
The Rangers exploded for four home runs -- including two from Carlos Gomez -- and jumped out to an early lead they never relinquished in an 11-4 win over the Blue Jays in the series finale on Thursday at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers made a pair of roster moves Thursday, placing right-handed reliever Jeremy Jeffress on the 10-day disabled list and purchasing the contract of right-hander Preston Claiborne from Triple-A Round Rock.
Rangers slugger Joey Gallo came into Wednesday's 7-5 loss to the Blue Jays tied for 13th in the Majors in home runs with 18 and added another in the fifth inning, although it was a bit unusual.
Toronto's new-look lineup put up six runs in the first inning, and the Blue Jays weathered a steady Texas rally to beat the Rangers, 7-5, on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers didn't get quite the same Tyson Ross they had in his first start, when he carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning against the Mariners on Friday. Instead, the Blue Jays roughed him up early Wednesday, spotting Toronto a six-run lead in the first inning. When the dust settled and the game ended, though, the Rangers nearly pulled off the comeback, but fell, 7-5. The offense scratched and clawed, and with the help of an inside-the-park home run, almost came all the way back.
Cole Hamels pushed his pitch-count up to 81, looking smooth and efficient in doing so during his second rehab assignment start for Double-A Frisco on Wednesday.
Jake Diekman returned to the Rangers clubhouse' Wednesday, and his season debut could be on the not-too-distant horizon.
With one no-hitter already under his belt this season, Lucas Gioltio made a bid at a second one on Wednesday for Triple-A Charlotte.
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Starter Nick Martinez allowed one run in 6 1/3 innings and Carlos Gomez, Nomar Mazara and Adrian Beltre hit solo homers to help the Rangers snap a two-game skid, posting a 6-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park.
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