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Topic - Texas Rangers
Jose Abreu and Jordan Danks each had two-run homers, Erik Johnson combined with three relievers on a two-hitter and the Chicago White Sox snapped a four-game losing streak with a 16-2 victory Sunday over the Texas Rangers, who had won five in a row.
Colby Lewis had to be reminded about his last victory for the Texas Rangers. It had been a while.
The Texas Rangers put outfielder Jim Adduci on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a fractured left little finger.
Felipe Paulino gave up six hits and a walk, hit a batter and threw two wild pitches in the first seven-run inning in the majors this season.
Martin Perez turned toward first base, waiting for the call he hoped was coming.
Tanner Scheppers felt discomfort in his pitching elbow long before the Texas Rangers went to spring training with a plan to turn the right-hander into a starter.
When Kevin Kouzmanoff was riding the buses in Double-A two seasons ago, he kept his focus on returning to the majors and providing the kind of production that he is now delivering for the Texas Rangers.
Less than three weeks into the season, the Seattle Mariners' starting rotation is pretty banged up.
The Seattle Mariners came out of another shutout loss with another ailing pitcher.
Texas Rangers left-hander Joe Saunders cut short a bullpen session Wednesday because of pain in his left ankle.
Prince Fielder ended his Texas home run drought, and Robbie Ross finally got some help from the offense as a starter.
While manager Lloyd McClendon is no fan of the transfer rule, he certainly has no problem challenging the application of it to get the Seattle Mariners a run.
Things were already unraveling in the sixth inning for the Texas Rangers before the overturned call that gave Seattle yet another run.
Adrian Beltre was hoping to get back in the lineup for the Texas Rangers this week before being told he was going on the disabled list instead because of a strained left quadriceps muscle.
Tanner Scheppers was expected last year to pitch one inning. As a first-time major league starter this season, Scheppers is painfully learning that one inning can ruin his day.