Taylor Teagarden is hitless no longer. The Rangers catcher and Carrollton Creekview product, who started the season 0-for-22, lined a third-inning one-hop single that ate up Tigers second baseman Ryan Raburn.
Even standing on first base, Teagarden couldn't celebrate until the official scorer ruled a hit.
Just making contact has been difficult for Teagarden, who is starting for just the fourth time in the last 10 games. He has fanned 15 times in 23 plate appearances.
Teagarden drew a walk in the second inning and eventually scored. His run is the difference as the Rangers lead, 4-3, through three innings.