Texas Rangers

Rangers Nationals
Nate Miller - Jun 25, 2022

Nationals 2, Rangers 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 24 — The Texas Rangers fell in their series opener to the Washington Nationals by a final score of 2–1. Rangers Center fielder Adolis Garcia hit his 14th home run of the season in the bottom of the sixth inning. While it provided a spark inside Globe […]


lose heartbreaker
Nate Miller - Jun 15, 2022

Astros 4, Rangers 3   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 14 — The Texas Rangers went on to lose a heartbreaker to the Houston Astros on Tuesday by a final score of 4–3. Nathaniel Lowe had a two-run home run. However, it wasn’t enough. The third and final game in this series is on Wednesday afternoon at […]

Rangers Astros
Nate Miller - Jun 14, 2022

Rangers 5, Astros 3   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 13 — The Texas Rangers strutted away with a win on Monday evening, as they made a comeback to beat the Houston Astros by a final score of 5–3. It was Adolis Garcia Bobblehead Night at Globe Life Field, and he contributed to the win with an […]

Willie Calhoun
Nate Miller - Jun 11, 2022

In an unexpected twist, outfielder Willie Calhoun has cleared waivers according to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News. This means that Calhoun is still in the Texas Rangers organization. The announcement came prior to Saturday’s game between the Rangers, and the Chicago White Sox. He is currently with their Triple-A team in Round Rock, […]

Rangers Mariners
Nate Miller - Jun 5, 2022

Mariners 6, Rangers 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 5 — The Texas Rangers weren’t quite able to squeak out a win in their series finale against the Seattle Mariners on Sunday, as they lost by a final score of 6–5. Key home runs by Adolis Garcia and Ezequiel Duran helped the Rangers secure the lead […]

middle game
Nate Miller - Jun 4, 2022

Rangers 3, Mariners 2   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 4 — The Texas Rangers took the middle game from the Seattle Mariners. The final score was 3–2. The Rangers got all the offense they needed on Saturday from the bat of Adolis Garcia. Garcia hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning. […]

Rangers Mariners
Nate Miller - Jun 4, 2022

Mariners 4, Rangers 3   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 3 — On a rainy night in Arlington, fans eventually went home dry, but disappointed as they saw the Texas Rangers lose to the Seattle Mariners by a final score of 4–3. Despite a home run by first baseman Nathaniel Lowe that gave the Rangers the lead […]

Albert Abreu
Nate Miller - Jun 3, 2022

The Texas Rangers have traded relief pitcher Albert Abreu to the Kansas City Royals. In return, the Rangers will receive minor league pitcher Yohanse Morel from the Royals. The news came via announcements from both teams on Thursday. Kansas City will make a corresponding roster move once Abreu reports. Meanwhile, with the month of June just […]

Rangers split
Nate Miller - Jun 2, 2022

Rays 3, Rangers 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 2 — The Texas Rangers split their four-game set with the Tampa Bay Rays, losing by a final score of 3–1 on Thursday. It was Lou Gehrig Day all around Major League Baseball, and both teams wore patches on their sleeves to commemorate the occasion. On the […]

tough one
Nate Miller - Jun 2, 2022

Rangers 4, Rays 3   ARLINGTON, Texas, June 1 — It was a tough one for the Texas Rangers on Wednesday as they lost to the Tampa Bay Rays by a final score of 4–3 in 11 innings. Despite key home runs from Rangers catcher Sam Huff, and first baseman Nathaniel Lowe, they just couldn’t […]

second straight
Nate Miller - Jun 1, 2022

Rangers 3, Rays 0   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 31 — On Tuesday night, the Texas Rangers took the second game in their series against the Tampa Bay Rays by a final score of 3–0. The bats of Corey Seager and Adolis Garcia came to life in this one. They both hit solo home runs in […]

Rangers Rays
Nate Miller - May 31, 2022

Rangers 9, Rays 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 30 — The Texas Rangers started their new home stand in style on Memorial Day by winning the opener in a four-game set against the Tampa Bay Rays by a final score of 9–5. One of the main contributors in this contest was Rangers’ center fielder Eli […]

Rangers Angels
Nate Miller - May 19, 2022

Rangers 6, Angels 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 18 — The Texas Rangers completed the sweep of the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night, as they won by a final score of 6–5. Jonah Heim, and Nathaniel Lowe were the heroes in this one. Heim had a couple of base hits, and Lowe had a […]

Rangers beat Angels
Nate Miller - May 18, 2022

Rangers 10, Angels 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 17 — It was a great night on Tuesday, as fans watched the Texas Rangers beat the Los Angeles Angels by a final score of 10–5. Home runs by Corey Seager and Kole Calhoun made a big impact in front of a crowd of 17, 727 spectators. […]

Rangers' bats
Nate Miller - May 17, 2022

Rangers 7, Angels 4   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 16 — The Texas Rangers‘ bats came to life on Monday, as they beat the Los Angeles Angels by a final score of 7–4. Rangers’ catcher Jonah Heim homered to help lead them to the win. On a night when the Angels jumped out to an early […]

Texas Rangers
Nate Miller - May 15, 2022

Rangers 7, Red Sox 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 15 — The Texas Rangers were able to avoid the sweep on Sunday afternoon, by defeating the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 7–1. Everything went right for the Rangers in the series finale. Adolis Garcia and Kole Calhoun hit back-to-back Jacks in the […]



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