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2017 Schedule
25-26, 2nd in AL West
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Gallo puts Rangers up for good with solo shot (0:21)

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Mike Trout's MLB-leading 16th home run was also his longest of the year by nearly 20 feet. George Springer, Shin-Soo Choo and Colby Rasmus also reached season-longs with their blasts, while Lucas Duda's 447-footer was the third of his six homers this year to eclipse 440 feet.

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Rangers place LHP Alvarez (elbow) on DL

The Texas Rangers have placed left-handed reliever Dario Alvarez on the 10-day disabled list with a strain in his pitching elbow.

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Bautista puts Blue Jays up with 3-run HR (0:24)
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Rangers OF still makes catch after crashing into wall (0:30)
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Martin stares down Darvish after being hit by pitch (0:25)

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C Jonathan Lucroy isn't in the Rangers' starting lineup Saturday vs. the Blue Jays. Robinson Chirinos will start at catcher and bat cleanup.

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Rangers' Griffin goes on DL after early exit

Texas Rangers starter A.J. Griffin was placed on the 10-day disabled list after leaving Friday's 7-6 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays with a strained left intercostal muscle.

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Rangers P A.J. Griffin left Friday night's start vs. the Blue Jays in the second inning with a left intercostal strain.

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Red Sox win 4th straight, 6-2 over Rangers

Drew Pomeranz pitched six strong innings and tied his career high with 11 strikeouts to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Thursday night.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 6, Rangers 2: Xander Bogaerts hit his first homer of the season and Drew Pomeranz tied a career-high with 11 strikeouts to lift Boston to a three-game sweep at Fenway Park. Bogaerts, Mitch Moreland and Christian Vázquez finished with two hits apiece. The Red Sox have won four consecutive games, matching their high for the season.

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Red Sox 9, Rangers 4: Record? The only record that matters to Chris Sale is the Red Sox's win-loss record, and after a seven-run seventh-inning rally Wednesday night, they won their third game in a row for first time since a four-game run April 15-18. Sale's run of consecutive starts with at least 10 strikeouts ended at eight, tying a record he already shared with Pedro Martinez. He fanned six batters, a season-low, and gave up four runs (three earned) in 7.1 innings.

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Chris Sale winds up settling for merely tying his own streak of eight consecutive starts with at least 10 strikeouts. Sale did it in 2015 with the White Sox, too. Pedro Martinez also did it, in 1999 with the Red Sox.

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The home run hit by Texas 1B Mike Napoli on Wednesday night was his 17th against the Red Sox as a member of the Angels, Indians or Rangers.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked after his last start about his double-digit strikeout streak, Chris Sale said he'd "rather be 8-0 with no punchouts." So, never mind that Sale has five Ks through five innings after getting Rougned Odor waving at a slider. Sale also gave up two runs in the frame, including a solo homer by Mike Napoli, and trails 3-1 against the Rangers.

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One walk, one unearned run, no strikeouts in the fourth inning for Chris Sale, who nevertheless still hasn't allowed a hit. Red Sox and Rangers tied, 1-1, with Sale stuck on four strikeouts in as many innings.

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Nine up, nine down for Chris Sale, who racks up his fourth strikeout with a 96 mph fastball to Robinson Chirinos to end the third inning. Sale looked like he thought he had Joey Gallo struck out a couple of times on sliders that apparently missed.

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Chris Sale gets Rougned Odor to swing through a nasty, dirt-diving slider, then elevates a 96-mph heater to get Mike Napoli swinging. Three strikeouts through two innings.

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And then Chris Sale elevates a 96-mph heater to get Mike Napoli swinging. Three strikeouts through two innings.

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Chris Sale gets Rougned Odor to swing through a nasty, dirt-diving slider for strikeout No. 2. Two outs in second inning.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs23711th
Batting Average.23824th
On Base Percentage.31124th
Slugging Percentage.41118th
Earned Run Average4.0912th
Quality Starts304th
WHIP1.3720th
BAA.25820th

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