The Rangers hit the road after a long home stand where they won each series and finished the series by winning five of the last six games. They now get into some division play and this is where they can ingrain themselves into the race for the AL West. This isn’t a make or break series, but losing valuable ground with all the injuries could dig a hole to deep to get out of. The Rangers need to find a way to win this series to be in the hunt from the early going.
4/21 – Darvish vs. Straily: Rangers 4 – Athletics 3 – The Rangers let the A’s get an early lead on them and struggled to get run support for the starter Darvish, but they used the old tride and true method of chip away. And they chipped away to take the lead late in the game and got their sixth win in seven games.
- Fielder 2-4, 1RBI
- Kousmanoff 2-5, 1RBI
- Rios 2-4, 1RBI
- Choice 1-1, 1RBI
4/22 – N. Martinez vs. Milone: Rangers 5 – Athletics 4 – Another exciting finish on the road for the Rangers as they were able to plate two runs late in the game and guarantee themselves another series victory. This team is finding ways to win, even when they have some key components missing in the lineup.
- Murphy 2-3, 1RBI
- Wilson 2-4, 1RBI
4/23 – Perez vs. Gray: Rangers 3 – Athletics 0 – Martin Perez had another complete game outing and shutout only giving up three hits. Even though the Rangers seem to be losing players at a faster rate, then they are getting more back, they still find ways to win. Completing the Sweep of the A’s have helped the Rangers get into contention for division lead.
- Murphy 1-4, 1RBI
- Choice 1-4, 1RBI
- Rios 1-4, 1RBI
An off day, then a three game series in Seattle against the Mariners
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