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Topic - Robbie Ross
Neftali Feliz and Joakim Soria, the leading candidates to replace Joe Nathan as the Texas closer, had contrasting results in the Rangers' 9-7 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
Kendrys Morales homered from both sides of the plate during a nine-run sixth inning, capping the burst with a grand slam that sent the Los Angeles Angels romping past the Texas Rangers 15-8 Monday night.
Los Angeles Angels switch-hitter Kendrys Morales homered from both sides of the plate in the same inning Monday night, making him the third player in major league history to accomplish the feat.
Just before he turned 27 last November, Quintin Berry signed with the Detroit Tigers as a minor league free agent. Little did anyone realize the path his career was about to take.
"Coming in, there's a chance instead of throwing 70 innings I might throw 200 innings," Ross said. "I'm thinking of getting my legs as strong as I possibly can, doing the things I need to do to get strong. We don't have Derek (Holland, knee surgery) here, so that opens up a spot. Obviously, I'm wanting to get a starting spot. That's what I'm battling for, but at the same time, I'm battling for a relief spot. Whichever is fine with me, it's just that I'd like to get that starting spot."