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Rangers keep the good times rolling by rolling over the Phillies in Arlington

May 18th, 2017 at 10:59 AM
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For those of you who stayed at the game when the Rangers were down by ten runs, I am glad you did, and I am sure you are as well.

We haven’t come back all the way just yet but we sure as hell are giving it a good run. Now we have a fighter’s chance and in baseball that’s all you can ask as a fan.

You want your team to at least have a chance, and the Rangers have a chance indeed.

If you have no idea what I am talking about, that’s fair, so click here to catch up.

It was another win for the Rangers Wednesday, and, for just the second time during this streak, it was a win of the blow-out variety. In fact, this game had been decided by the time the third inning came to a close on a warm Wednesday evening at the Globe.

The Rangers scored single runs in the first and second inningsâ??which had to seem like 10 runs to Andrew Cashner, who was a bit lacking in ]run support before Wednesday. The two runs were great; the missed opportunities to score several more, not so much. That all changed in the 3rd inning, though, as the Rangers put together a two-out rally that basically ended the game.

Jonathan Lucroy led off the bottom of the third with a double but, after a ground out and a sacrifice fly, there were two outs and the Rangers had nobody on base. Joey Gallo was next up and he was hit by a Zach Eflin pitchâ??which by the way was the 5th straight game in which Eflin had hit a batter. Jared Hoying came up after the Gallo HBP and hit a double to right, which put runners at second and third for Delino Deshields. Delino reach on a bunt single to the catcher to load the …

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