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Throughout their history, from Jeff Burroughs to Juan Gonzalez and Rafael Palmeiro, and on to the current group led by Josh Hamilton, the Texas Rangers have been known for their ability to score in bunches.
For the second straight year, the American League mustered just one run in the All-Star game. Quite a power shortage for some normally electric bats.
Pitching has again become the dominant force in baseball over the past couple of years, the hitters not standing much of a chance against all those arms.
Buck Showalter helped give the Texas Rangers a glimpse of what they hoped to become when they stayed in playoff contention until an 11-inning loss during the final week of the 2004 season.
Based on that final balloting update, it appears the American League starting lineup for the All-Star game will be loaded with Yankees and Red Sox.
Shortstop Elvis Andrus will be out of the Texas Rangers' lineup at least through the weekend because of a sore left wrist.
Francisco Liriano gave the Texas Rangers more Target Field trouble.
The AL West-leading Texas Rangers replaced hitting coach Thad Bosley only two months into his first season with the team.
Texas Rangers outfielders Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz are expected to be activated off the disabled list in time for Monday's home game against the Chicago White Sox.