HOUSTON -- We'd like to interrupt talking about Sunday's game to review Saturday night's wonderful pitching performance by right-hander Colby Lewis.
For the record, he threw a two-hit complete game, allowing just one run. He struck out nine. It was Lewis' first complete game in the majors. He had six the last two seasons when he pitched in Japan.
* Lewis allowed the fewest hits in a complete game by a Ranger since Doug Davis' two-hit shutout victory on April 11, 2002 vs. Oakland.
* Lewis is the just the second pitcher in franchise history to allow two or fewer runs with no walks and get nine strikeouts in a complete game. Ferguson Jenkins was the only other man to do it. Jenkins did it on August, 31, 1974 where he beat Cleveland.
*Opponents are now hitting a major league-low .187 against Lewis. Colorado's Ubaldo Jimenez is second, as hitters are hitting .189 against him.