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10-12, 4th in AL West

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According to the Elias Sports Bureau, RF Shin-Soo Choo became the first player in Rangers history with a triple and home run in the same inning in Texas' 14-3 blowout of the Twins on Wednesday. Choo achieved the feat in the Rangers' eight-run 8th inning. (Photo: Choo Peter Llewellyn/USA TODAY Sports)

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Rua goes opposite field for grand slam (0:28)

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Although the Mariners and Rockies lost on Tuesday, four of the six longest home runs were hit by their players.

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3B Joey Gallo slammed one out of the park in Arlington on Tuesday. The long ball traveled over 430 feet to deep right field.

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Sano drills a solo shot in Twins' win (0:38)

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The Blue Jays were seeing the ball very well on Sunday against the Angels. Two of the six longest home runs on Sunday came off the bats of the Blue Jays' Ryan Goins and Devon Travis.

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Rangers 3B Joey Gallo went oppo for the second time in his career on Sunday vs. the Royals with a 422-foot homer to left-center.

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During Friday's game against the Royals, Rangers 3B Joey Gallo crushed the fastest off-the-bat home run speed since ESPN began tracking homers in 2009.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

More Joey Gallo goodness: After his massive homer in the third, he went upper deck off Royals starter Nate Karns in the fifth. According to ESPN Stats & Info, that one went 431 feet and, with an apex of 160 feet, was the highest-hit homer of the season. The guy is putting on a show. For the Rangers' temporary third baseman in place of Adrian Beltre, that's his first career multi-homer game. Nine of Gallo's 12 career homers have traveled at least 430 feet, per ESI. After going 1 for 25 at the big-league level last season, Gallo now has five homers and a .582 slugging percentage in 17 games this season.

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Rangers 3B Joey Gallo pulls one down the right-field line for a 462-foot home run that brings in Jurickson Profar in the second inning.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Earlier, Tampa Bay's Corey Dickerson mashed a 445-foot homer with a 117.1 MPH exit velocity, making it the hardest hit ball so far this season in MLB, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Well, that didn't last long: The bomb Texas' Joey Gallo just hit off Kansas City's Nate Karns went 462 feet (!) with an exit velo of 123.6 mph (!!). According to our stat crew, that's the hardest-hit homer since ESPN since starting tracking these things in 2009.

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Rangers' Griffin placed on 10-day DL with gout

Texas Rangers RHP A.J. Griffin was placed on the 10-day disabled list Friday with inflammation related to gout, forcing him out of his start Saturday against the Kansas City Royals.

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Rangers release Hamilton after knee injury

The Texas Rangers have released Josh Hamilton from his minor league contract after he injured his right knee while recovering from left knee surgery.

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Rangers' LHP Diekman eager for return

Texas Rangers reliever Jake Diekman is already counting the days until he can start throwing again, even though he still has another surgery ahead in June.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.7310th
Quality Starts13Tied-2nd
WHIP1.2815th
BAA.24111th
Runs103Tied-8th
Batting Average.21928th
On Base Percentage.30023rd
Slugging Percentage.39318th

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