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1 Atlanta Braves (75-73) at Texas Rangers (56-92) LHP Mike Minor (6-10, 4.58) vs. Colby Lewis (9-13, 5.29) Game #149 Home #74 (27-46) Sun., Sept. 14, 2014 Globe Life Park in Arlington 2:05 p.m. CDT FSSW / FM / 1540 AM RANGERS AT A GLANCE Overall Home Road Standing... 5th, GB Homestand Tim Bogar as Interim Mgr One-Run Run HR No HR White Gray Throwback Alt. Blue Blue Home Blue Road Alt. Red (all home) Last 5 Games Last 10 Games Come From Behind Wins Losses After Lead Score First Opp. Score First Columns below listed in a Home/Road/Total format vs. AL West /14-17/23-40 vs. AL Central /8-9/14-19 vs. AL East /4-13/10-23 Interleague /3-7/9-10 Series /7-16-1/ Series Openers..8-16/10-14/18-30 Series Finales /10-14/22-25 Rubber Games /3-6/6-8 Lead after /21-8/38-9 Lead after /22-7/42-7 Lead after /26-2/47-2 Trail after /1-32/6-71 Trail after /1-31/4-71 Trail after /1-40/4-84 Tied after /7-6/12-11 Tied after /6-7/10-12 Tied after /2-3/5-4 Decided 7th/later /9-17/19-25 Decided final AB..7-2/3-14/10-16 Walk-off games ALL-TIME HOME RUN LIST Rank HR Player Duke Snider Al Kaline Andres Galarraga Dale Murphy Joe Carter Adrian Beltre Jim Edmonds Graig Nettles RANGERS ALL-TIME HIGHS, SINGLE SEASON Players Pitchers Rookies 64* * x * - ML record WINS AND LOSSES: The Rangers beat the Braves 3-2 yesterday and are 3-6 entering the finale of this 10-game homestand against Seattle (1-3), Los Angeles-AL (0-3), and Atlanta (2-0) club has won 2 straight for first time since 8/24-25, seeking first 3-G win streak since June (3) Rangers have dropped 3 of 5 and are 3-11 last 14 games after going 4-2 in previous 6 Texas has set a club record with 3 different losing streaks of 8+ games, the most recent one ending with a win last Sunday (also 6/17-26 and 7/6-13) Texas is since the All-Star break after going 4-23 in final 27 games before the break Texas has lost 58 of 79 and club is since 4/25 current.378 winning pct. is lowest in MLB at 56-92, Rangers win total is 4th-lowest ever thru 148 G: in 1972 and 1973, in 1985 current 92 losses are T5th-most in club history, most since 1985 (62-99) currently 36 games under.500 club was season-high 38-under after Thursday s loss for the first time since 9/28/85 (-38, 58-96) last time over.500 was mark on 6/6. A SERIES WIN: Rangers have won a series for first time since 8/25-27 at SEA and have won the first 2 games of a series for first time since 6/27-28 vs. MIN with a victory today, Rangers would win all games of a series for the 2nd time in 2014 (3-0 at OAK, April 21-23). IN THE STANDINGS: The Rangers are a season-high 37.0 games behind the division-leading Angels for a 3rd straight day, club s greatest deficit at any point in a campaign since finishing 2001 at 43.0 games behind Seattle have lost 12.0 games on the Halos in the last 27 days club was officially eliminated from division race on 8/30 in the 135th game (T3rd-earliest elimination game), earliest since 2001 were officially eliminated from Wild Card race 9/4 Rangers have gained ground in the division in just 8 of last 89 days beginning 6/17 Texas has been in 5th place in division since 7/9. AT HOME: Rangers are last 61 home games after opening season with a 9-3 mark in Arlington team s (.370) home record is lowest winning pct. in MLB team needs to go 4-4 in final 8 home games to avoid a club record for fewest Arlington wins in a season. VS. ATLANTA: Rangers have secured a 4th consecutive series victory over Atlanta this weekend after taking 2 of 3 in 2005/2008 (both in Arlington) and 2011 (in ATL) Rangers are 8-9 all-time vs. Braves in Arlington, Rangers have gone 6-5 vs. Braves. IN INTERLEAGUE PLAY: Today marks Rangers final game against the N.L. this season Rangers are 9-10 vs. the N.L. in 2014, going 6-4 in last 10, but losing 9 of last 16 and 13 of 22 overall beginning 9/9/13 the Rangers are vs. the N.L. since the start of 2013 the club has a (.602) Interleague mark since start of 2010, 4th-best in MLB Texas is all-time in Interleague play. At home: Rangers are 6-3 in home games vs. N.L. in 2014 and in such contests beginning 6/22/10 with a series win over ATL, Texas is in last 12 home series vs. senior circuit, lone loss coming in 3-G sweep 9/9-11/13 vs. PIT. GO WEST: Tomorrow is the Rangers final scheduled off day of the season, and the club is slated to fly to Oakland tomorrow afternoon and begin a 6-game road trip to OAK (3 G) and LAA (3 G) against the A s on Tuesday night will be final road games of the year Rangers trail season series vs. A s at 5-7, having lost 4 of 5 and 7 of 9 6 of Rangers final 13 games are against the A s, including final series of the year 9/25-28 in Arlington (4 G). YOU DON T HAVE TO EARN IT?: Texas won yesterday without an earned run, first such victory since 9/22/10 at LAA (2-1 win) marked just 6th win in club history w/ 3+ R (no ER), first since 7/11/98 at OAK (4-2 win). UPCOMING PROBABLES, TIMES & BROADCASTS COME-FROM-BEHIND: Yesterday was the Rangers 22nd come-from-behind win of the season, but the first time to overcome a deficit of 2+ runs since 8/17 vs. LAA, also a 3-2 Texas win after trailing 2-0. WINNING FIRSTS: With Lisalverto Bonilla s win yesterday, the Rangers have seen pitchers record their first MLB wins in consecutive contests (also Phil Klein on Friday) according to STATS Inc., it marks just the 3rd time that has happened in Rangers history, the others 9/8-9/07 (A.J. Murray and Bill White) and 4/22-23/86 (Bobby Witt and Mitch Williams) the last MLB instance was by Cubs on 7/28-29 (Tsuyoshi Wada and John Baker). SPREAD IT AROUND: Lisalverto Bonilla became the Rangers MLB-leading 22nd different pitcher to post a victory this season (NYY have 20) the 22 winners matches the club record for a single season (22 in both 2004 and 2007), and Rangers are only A.L. club with that many winners in that last 7 years ( ). ODOR IN THE LEAD: Rougned Odor hit a decisive 2-run, go-ahead double with Texas trailing 2-1 in the 6th inning yesterday Odor leads all Rangers with 20 RBI since the beginning of August (Beltre is next w/ 13) it was just the team s 6th go-ahead hit with the Rangers trailing this season, first since Daniel Robertson on 7/9 vs. HOU. NEAL COTTS recorded his 2nd save in a Texas uniform yesterday (also 8/9/13 at HOU) he went 0-for-9 in save chances between those 2 saves, T2nd-longest streak of blown saves in club history only other pitchers to not convert 9-or-more straight chances were Tim Crabtree (11 from 6/5/98-7/7/00) and Frank Francisco (9, 6/26/04-8/18/08) since start of last season, only relievers with droughts that long were BOS Junichi Tazawa (13-active) and CHC James Russell (10). WHO NEEDS HITS?: Texas won yesterday with just 3 hits, fewest hits in a victory since 6/13/12 vs. ARI (1-0 win) only other time in the last 8 seasons ( ) for Texas to score 3+ runs on 3-or-fewer hits came in a 4-3 loss on 4/11/09 at DET. Rangers scored all 3 runs yesterday on back-to-back hits with RISP by Elvis Andrus and Rougned Odor club had not seen 2 straight batters post hits, both with RISP, since 8/29 at HOU. INCOMPLETE: Texas pinned a complete-game loss on Julio Teheran yesterday, the first opposing starter with a CG defeat vs. Rangers in over 3 years (John Danks on 5/23/11 vs. CWS) marked just 4th time an opposing starter has ever taken a CG loss to Texas with no earned runs allowed, first since Rick Langford in Rangers 3-1 win on 5/23/80 at OAK. HARD SUN: Rangers are (.550) in day games, 5th-highest winning pct. in A.L club has won 8 of last 9 day tilts beginning 8/6, only loss in that span on 8/31 at HOU. LET THE RECORDS PLAY: The 2014 Rangers own major league records for players (64) and pitchers (40) used in a season club has set team records for rookies used (MLBhigh 23) and major league debuts (16) previous record for players used was 59 by the 2002 Indians, 2002 Padres, and 2008 Padres previous record for pitchers used was 37 by the 2002 Padres a complete list of the players to appear for Texas in 2014 can be found on page 7. Rangers lead MLB in overall DL uses (26), 4th-most in team history for a season: ; and current players on DL is also a major league high. GRIEVE OUT TODAY: Tom Grieve is missing today s game for a scheduled day off Mark McLemore joins Steve Busby in the TV booth today. Date Opponent Pitchers - Texas vs. Opponent Time (CDT) TV/Radio Monday, Sept. 15 OFF DAY Tuesday, Sept. 16 at Oakland Nick Tepesch (4-10, 4.47) vs. TBA 9:05 FSSW/103.3/1540 Wednesday, Sept. 17 at Oakland LHP Derek Holland (1-0, 0.86) vs. TBA 9:05 FSSW/103.3/1540 Thursday, Sept. 18 at Oakland Nick Martinez (3-11, 4.93) vs. TBA 2:35 FSSW/103.3/1540 * For radio broadcasts, most games are on ESPN FM, with select games on KLIF 570 AM Most games are broadcast in Spanish on 1540 AM ESPN Deportes.

2 PAGE 2 TODAY S STARTING PITCHER #48 Colby Lewis, (9-13, 5.29) TODAY: The 35-year-old right-hander is slated to make his team-leading 27th start today in his 9 starts since the All-Star break, he is 3-7, 3.74 (28 ER/67.1 IP) to drop season ERA from 6.54 to 5.42 took loss in club s 9-3 defeat on Tue. vs. LAA despite his 3rd ultra-quality start of 2014 (7.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R-2 ER) snapped streak of 5+ runs in 5 straight starts has at least 7.0 IP in a season-high 3 straight starts, one shy of career-high 4 straight, April 30-May 16, 2011 only Ranger with longer streak in 2014 is Darvish, with 6 straight, May 9-June 11 has lost 5 of his last 6 starts and is tied w/ MIN s Kevin Correia (5-13) for A.L. lead with 13 losses, matching career high (12-13 in 2010) overall, has completed at least 5.0 innings in 24 of 26 starts and at least 6.0 innings in 8 of last 9 outings opponents are batting.247 (64-259) since the All-Star break after posting a.353 average ( ) prior to the break quality starts in 6 of last 13 starts has 28 K s and 2 walks over last 5 starts has taken a decision in 12 straight starts (4-8) and 22 of 26 overall is 2-9 with a 6.75 ERA (57 ER/76.0 IP) in 14 home starts has lost 4 straight home starts is 2-2, 3.66 (13 ER/32.0 IP) in 5 day starts in wins as a Ranger are 10th all-time, 2 behind Danny Darwin (55) for 9th place re-signed to a minor league contract with an invite to spring training this past offseason after surgeries on his elbow and hip the past 2 years Texas Opening Day starter in 2012, he missed the entire 2013 season on the DL. LAST START: Took loss in club s 9-3 defeat on Tue. vs. LAA despite his 3rd ultra-quality start of 2014 (7.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R-2 ER, 1 HR, 0 BB, 4 SO, 91 pitches/60 strikes) is the 3rd Texas pitcher this season to record an ultra-quality start (7.0+ IP, 2-ER-or-fewer) and take the loss permitted leadoff HR to Calhoun in 1st 1st batter in 4th reached on error by Choice and scored on sac fly following the error, retired 12 straight before leadoff single in 8th, his final batter of the night runner scored against Texas bullpen in Halos 7-run 8th. INTERLEAGUE / vs. ATLANTA: Is 1-2 with a 7.52 ERA (17 ER/20.1 IP) in 4 Interleague starts this season is the Rangers all-time leader with 9 Interleague wins (9-8, 4.69 in 26 career games/18 starts between TEX and OAK) won his only career start against the Braves, striking out 10 in a 6-2 victory on 6/17/11 in Atlanta (6.2 IP, 5 H, 2 R-ER) yielded a pair of solo HR s to McCann and Freeman. COMPLETE GAMES: Posted complete games in consecutive road starts, 8/5 at CWS (2nd career SHO) and 8/27 at SEA 1st Ranger w/ CG in consecutive road starts since Matt Harrison, July 5 & 15, st Ranger with CG wins in consecutive road starts since Kenny Rogers, May 18 & 24, 1994 both of his wins in August came via CG has 2 CG this season, tying a career high (also 2011, 2012) 7 career complete games. SHUTOUT: Recorded his 2nd career CG shutout in a 16-0 Texas victory on 8/5 at CWS (9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R-ER, 1 BB, 7 SO, 0 HR, 110 pitches/81 strikes) both of his CG SHO have come at U.S. Cellular Field (other 5/16/11) in both of those shutouts, Lewis issued one walk with 7 K s and threw exactly 110 pitches SHO was the first start for Lewis since turning 35 years old on Aug. 2, becoming the oldest Ranger to throw a shutout since Kenny Rogers on 5/14/05 at MIN (40.185). HOME/ROAD: Is 2-9 with a 6.75 ERA (57 ER/76.0 IP) in 14 home starts, as home ERA is nearly 3 runs higher than road ERA (3.82) has lost 4 straight home starts and 8 of his last 9 decisions at home (win on 7/30 vs. NYY) his 9 home losses lead the A.L. and are a single-season club record at Globe Life Park, the most home losses in a season since Jose Guzman went 9-9 at Arlington Stadium in 1987 ranks among park s all-time leaders in wins (T8th, 24) and starts (4th, 67) his 7 road wins lead the team and are T8th in A.L. 2014: Has permitted 8 HR last 5 starts after just 2 HR in previous 5 starts win on 8/5 at CWS was no. 52 as a Ranger, passing Nolan Ryan for 10th place in Texas history club is in his starts Rangers have scored 3 runs or fewer in 9 of last 14 starts opponents are hitting.309, highest in the majors, and his 1.53 WHIP is highest in A.L. righties are hitting.274 (76-277), just.244 (55-225) last 20 starts Chirinos (7-9, 5.32 ERA, 63 ER/106.2 IP) has caught 19 starts, Arencibia (1-1, 4.91 ERA, 6 ER/11.0 IP) has caught twice, Gimenez (0-1, 8.44, 10 ER/10.2 IP) caught 2 starts, and Telis (1-2, 3.91, 10 ER/23.0 IP) has caught last 3 starts 16 of 21 HR are solo shots. ALL K s, NO WALKS: Did not issue a walk in 4 straight starts from June 24-July 10, a span of 20.2 IP and 94 batters faced w/ 22 K s in that span over first 3 G in that span, was 1st pitcher in club history with no walks and 6+ K s in 3 straight starts the streak of 4 consecutive starts without a walk tied for the longest in club history (also Jim Merritt, July 15-Aug. 1, 1973) Lewis went 101 batters between walks to Jed Lowrie on 6/16 at OAK and Jose Bautista on 7/19 at TOR club record is 118 by Gaylord Perry in His season-high 5 walks on 5/25 at DET were his most in more than a decade (5, 4/12/04 vs. ANA) his 88 consecutive starts as a Ranger without a 5-walk outing was the 3rd-longest in club history behind Jon Matlack (110) and Fergie Jenkins (94). OTHER STARTS: In 1st ML start in nearly 21 months on 4/14 vs. SEA, took loss in 7-1 defeat to M s earned win on 4/19 vs. CWS (5.1 IP, 1 R-ER), 1st ML win in 22 months claimed 2nd win in series opener on 5/2 in Anaheim tossed 5.2 SHO IP in win on 5/12 at HOU claimed win in Texas 12-4 victory on 5/25 at DET (5.2 IP, 5 H, 2 R-ER) despite season-high 5 walks, his most in more than a decade all 5 ER came w/ 2 outs in a 9-2 loss on 5/30 at WSH (5.2 IP, 6 R-5 ER) took ND in club s 8-5 loss on 6/10 vs. MIA (5.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R-ER, 4 BB) suffered bruised right triceps when struck by Justin Bour s single in the 5th, but was removed prior to the 6th due to pitch count and not due to the bruise earned 5th win in club s 14-8 victory 6/16 at OAK, permitting 2 first-inning runs before Texas scored 10 unanswered recorded 1st quality start on 6/29 vs. MIN, a 3-2 Texas loss (6.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R-ER) retired 9 of last 10 BF claimed his 6th win of the season in a 5-3 decision on 7/5 at NYM, retiring 9 of final 11 BF for 9th career Interleague win, most in Texas history also went 1-for-3 at the plate, extending his hit streak to 4 games, T-longest by pitcher in club history (Mike Paul, 1972) in loss on 7/10 vs. LAA, allowed club-record 13 runs, as Angels had hits in 13 of 18 AB s despite a QS (6.1 IP, RANGERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 ATLANTA LEWIS S CAREER RECORD W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / LEWIS VS. ATLANTA W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / LEWIS AT GLOBE LIFE PARK W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / HIGHS CAREER HIGHS Innings: 9.0, 2x, Aug. 27 at SEA Innings: 9.0, 6x, last Aug. 27, 2014 at SEA Hits: 13, July 10 vs. LAA Hits: 13, July 10, 2014 vs. LAA Runs: 13, July 10 vs. LAA Runs: 13, July 10, 2014 vs. LAA ER: 11, July 10, 2014 vs. LAA ER: 11, July 10, 2014 vs. LAA SO s: 10, Aug. 16 vs. LAA SO s: 12, May 10, 2012 at BAL Walks: 5, May 25 at DET Walks: 8, April 10, 2003 vs. OAK HR: 2, 6x, last Aug. 27 at SEA HR: 5, May 10, 2012 at BAL Pitches: 112, Aug. 27 at SEA Pitches: 122, May 20, 2012 at HOU CG s: 2, last Aug. 27 at SEA CG s: 7, last Aug. 27, 2014 at SEA Low-Hit CG: 6, Aug. 2 at CWS Low-Hit CG: 2, June 19, 2010 at HOU CG SHO s: 1, Aug. 2 at CWS CG SHO s: 2, last Aug. 2, 2014 at CWS Win Streak: 2, 2x, last July 30-Aug. 5 Win Streak: 6, Aug. 28, April 7, & CAREER SPLITS 2014 CAREER W L ERA G/S IP ER W L ERA G/S IP ER Home / / Road / / Day / / Night / / AVG AB H HR BB SO AVG AB H HR BB SO vs. Left vs. Right TOTALS RUNS ALLOWED BY INNING Total RUN SUPPORT 0R 1R 2R 3R 4R 5R 6R 7R 8R 9R 10R+ Total AVG/ BATTER-PITCHER MATCHUPS (including postseason) Lewis vs. Atlanta PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO Freeman Heyward Johnson Laird B.J. Upton J. Upton LEWIS S 2014 DAY-BY-DAY Minor vs. Texas PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO Arencibia Rios Date Opp. Score Dec. ERA IP H R ER HR BB-I SO Left Game Pitches 4/14 vs. SEA 1-7 L Trailing /56 4/19 vs. CWS 6-3 W Leading /59 4/26 at SEA Tied /55 April Totals /2 at LAA 5-2 W Leading /61 5/7 vs. COL 2-9 L Trailing /47 5/12 at HOU 4-0 W Leading /65 5/20 vs. SEA 2-6 L Trailing /65 5/25 at DET 12-4 W Leading /67 5/30 at WSH 2-9 L Trailing /65 May Totals /5 vs. BAL Tied /67 6/10 vs. MIA Trailing /59 6/16 at OAK 14-8 W Leading /59 6/24 vs. DET 2-8 L Trailing /66 6/29 vs. MIN Tied /63 June Totals /5 at NYM 5-3 W Leading /76 7/10 vs. LAA 6-15 L Trailing /41 7/19 at TOR 1-4 L Trailing /67 7/24 at NYY 2-4 L Trailing /52 7/30 vs. NYY 3-2 W Leading /68 July Totals /5 at CWS 16-0 W CG SHO 110/81 8/11 vs. TB 0-7 L Trailing /61 8/16 vs. LAA 4-5 L Trailing /80 8/22 vs. KC 3-6 L Trailing /66 8/27 at SEA 12-4 W CG 112/79 August Totals /1 at KC 3-4 L Trailing /70 9/9 vs. LAA 3-9 L Trailing /60 September Totals Season Totals H, 3 R-ER), tied career high with loss in 3rd straight start, 7/24 at NYY, 1st game in The Bronx in nearly 11 years retired final 13 batters faced in 3-2 win over the Yankees on 7/30 in Arlington on 8/16 vs. LAA, became first pitcher ever in Texas history to lose a 10+ SO, no BB game matched career high with 3rd straight loss on 8/22 vs. KC posted 2nd CG of season on 8/27 at SEA in club s 12-4 win. TOMORROW S SCHEDULED STARTER NICK TEPESCH (4-10, 4.47 in 20 games/19 starts) The 25-year-old right-hander is slated to make his 21st appearance and 20th start in Tuesday s series opener in Oakland has allowed 3 ER-or-less in 7 of his last 8 starts, compiling a 3.97 ERA (21 ER/47.2 IP) over that stretch, but has one quality start last 4 outings has also received 2 runs-or-less of support in all 8 of those outings took loss on Wed. vs. LAA (4.2 IP, career-high 10 H, 3 R-ER, 2 BB, 2 SO, 0 HR, 1 HBP, 93 pitches/57 strikes) 2 of his 14 outs came on OF assists allowed hits in every inning, threw 19+ pitches in 4 of 5 innings allowed 5 straight batters to reach in 1st inning, when Halos scored twice Rangers are 7-12 in his starts this season is 0-2, 7.11 (15 ER/19.0 IP) in 5 G/3 starts in career vs. A s, including 0-2, 7.98 (13 ER/14.2 IP) in the 3 starts has lost both starts in 2014 (11.0 IP, 7 R-ER), defeats on 6/18 at OAK (5.0 IP, 4 R-ER in 4-2 loss) and 7/26 in Arlington (6.0 IP, 3 R-ER in 5-1 loss) is 2-4, 4.64 (27 ER/52.1 IP) in his 10 road starts in 2014, going 1-1, 2.70 (5 ER/16.2 IP) in his last 3 away starts was recalled from Round Rock (AAA) on 5/14 had been optioned to Round Rock during spring training on March 17 and went 6-1 with a 1.58 ERA (8 ER/45.2 IP) in 7 games/starts at Triple-A.

3 RANGERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 ATLANTA PAGE 3 TEAM PITCHING W-L-S G ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO Starters Relievers Home Road TEAM CATCHING ERA *W-L CS SBA CS% PB PO Arencibia Chirinos Gimenez Soto Telis Stolen bases against pitchers: 0-for-6 (0 SB, 6 CS) * - as starter BULLPEN BREAKDOWN (RELIEF OUTINGS W/ TEXAS ONLY) FIRST BATTER PITCHER LAST APP. (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO NP SV/OPP RET/FACED IR/Sc GB/FB SB/CS 65 Alex Claudio (L) 9/11 vs. LAA /0 7/11 10/4 11/4 0/0 56 Neal Cotts (L) 9/13 vs. LAA (S, 1) /8 45/67 41/8 59/72 3/0 62 Jon Edwards 9/10 vs. LAA /0 4/7 4/2 10/4 2/0 30 Neftali Feliz 9/12 vs. ATL (S, 9) /10 18/25 10/4 23/31 1/0 50 Michael Kirkman (L) 9/13 vs. LAA /0 4/6 6/2 3/2 3/0 64 Phil Klein 9/12 vs. ATL (W, 1-2) /0 10/14 5/0 15/16 1/0 55 Roman Mendez 9/13 vs. LAA /0 22/25 15/5 37/33 2/0 44 Spencer Patton 9/13 vs. LAA /0 4/5 2/0 6/2 0/0 46 Robbie Ross Jr. (L) 9/11 vs. LAA /0 8/11 8/4 22/11 0/0 37 Shawn Tolleson 9/12 vs. ATL /0 38/59 32/15 73/71 4/2 Totals 28/42, 66.7% 305/431, 70.1% 230/76, 33.0% TEAM PITCHING: Texas has allowed 3 R over 18.0 IP in the first 2 G of this series...has allowed 4+ runs in 6 of the first 9 G on this homestand...has 3.99 ERA (97 ER/218.2 IP) past 25 G beg. 8/17 to drop season figure from 4.81 to A.L.-high 4.68, 2nd-highest in MLB (COL-4.87) has 4.01 ERA (143 ER/320.2 IP) in last 36 G to drop from 4.89 Texas ranks 3rd in the majors with 17 SHO to STL and TB (20), T2nd-most in club history: 2011 (19), 1977 (17) five 1-0 wins match the club record for a single season, done 4 other times: 1974, 1975, 1976, and club has used MLB-record 40 pitchers this season has 2nd-highest opponents average at.275 (MIN-.281) and has allowed 1403 hits, 2nd-most in majors (MIN-1450) club s 4.99 home ERA is 2nd-highest in MLB (COL-5.12)...Texas has a 4.04 ERA (158 ER/352.0 IP) in day games. STARTERS: Starters have 3.50 ERA (46 ER/118.1 IP) last 20 G to drop season ERA from 5.17 to 4.93, lowest since 7/8 (4.93) and 2nd-highest in MLB (MIN-5.09) have 5.38 ERA (227 ER/379.2 IP) in last 67 G to raise season figure from 4.57 club s 4 CG SHO are tied with STL and DET for most in MLB Texas is 2nd in A.L./T4th in ML with 6 CG (HOU, LAA-7 and SF-8) starters have taken 50 of 66 decisions since start of July, and own 19 of club s last 22 wins...texas has used A.L.-high 15 starters, tied for most in MLB (COL-15). RELIEVERS: Bullpen has allowed 14 R (12 ER) over 14.1 IP over last 5 G...relievers have 5.98 ERA (31 ER/46.2 IP) over last 16 G to rise from 4.02 to 4.22, 13th in A.L bullpen has a 3.47 ERA (35 ER/90.2 IP) in past 28 G to drop season ERA from 4.40 and owns a 3.59 ERA (59 ER/148.0 IP) over last 46 G to lower season mark from 4.51 for the year, has converted 28-of-42 save tries (66.7%) after just 11 blown saves in all of 2013 has fewest save opportunities in A.L relievers are 3-14 in last 17 decisions beginning 6/21 and 25 overall defeats are most since 2011 (26). 65 ALEX CLAUDIO (L) 0-0-0, 2.08 vs. LHB: 3-for-17 (.176) vs. RHB: 6-for-19 (.316) Scoreless in 9 of first 11 ML appearances (8.2 IP) had a string of 5.2 SHO IP to begin ML career made 1st 3 ML appearances in 3 straight team games, first Texas pitcher to do so since Terry Mathews in 1991 made ML debut on 8/13 vs. TB and K d 1st career batter (Kiermaier) contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 8/13 was 6-3 w/ 1.66 ERA (17 ER/92.0 IP) and 4 saves over 27 G/9 starts for Myrtle Beach (High-A), Frisco (AA), Round Rock (AAA) held minors opp. to a.224 (75-335) avg., with LHB at.195 (17-87) promoted to AAA on 8/4 Rangers 2013 Minor League Reliever of the Year. 56 NEAL COTTS (L) 2-9-1, 4.19 vs. LHB: 23-for-85 (.271) vs. RHB: 39-for-157 (.248) Last night earned 2nd save as a Ranger and first since 8/9/13 at HOU...has allowed 8 runs in 6.0 IP over last 6 G to rise from 3.36 to 4.19 has 3.64 ERA (22 ER/54.1 IP) over last 57 G to drop from 7.88 allowed 2 R in 8th on 9/6 vs. SEA for A.L.-high 9th relief loss (2nd in majors behind CIN s J.J. Hoover-10)...most relief losses by a Texas reliever since Jim Kern s club-record 10 in has career-high 7 blown saves, 2nd in A.L. behind OAK s Luke Gregerson (8) and most by a Ranger since Joaquin Benoit in 2007 (7) is T8th in A.L. in relief appearances (67), scoreless in 50 most appearances since 2006 (career-high 70) has worked more than 1.0 inning 9 times in 2014 went 33 G between allowing HR 4/9 at BOS and 7/2 at BAL, 2nd-longest streak of his career is 2-for-12 in save chances with Texas in JON EDWARDS 0-0-0, 5.68 vs. LHB: 4-for-11 (.364) vs. RHB: 5-for-17 (.294) Has allowed 4 ER in 1.1 IP over last 2 appearances after no ER allowed in first 5 G/5.0 IP in majors made ML debut 8/15 vs. LAA after contract was purchased from Round Rock that day combined to go 2-3, 4.41 ERA (24 ER/49.0 IP) w/ 62 SO in 34 relief appearances for Frisco (AA) and Round Rock opened season w/ Frisco before 7/2 promotion has averaged 11.1 K/9 over 3 seasons in the Texas system Keller (TX) HS product was originally drafted as outfielder by St. Louis in 14th round in NEFTALI FELIZ 1-1-9, 2.36 vs. LHB: 6-for-47 (.128) vs. RHB: 12-for-46 (.261) Has 6.1 scoreless innings over last 7 appearances has converted 6 straight save chances since lone blown save on 8/3 at CLE his 83 career saves are 4th in Rangers history has allowed runs in just 2 of last 19 outings permitted 2 solo HR in save 8/20 at MIA, just 4th multi-hr save in Texas history and first in MLB since Ernie Frieri, 5/29/13 vs. LAD became closer 7/23 save 7/25 vs. OAK was first since Game 5 of 2011 World Series scoreless in 20 of 25 G since 7/4 recall from Round Rock (AAA), 6 of 7 runs scoring on 5 HR 2.0 SHO IP in season debut, 7/4 at NYM was 1-1 with a 3.14 ERA (10 ER/28.2 IP) in 24 relief outings with Express, 7-for-9 in saves was signed by the Braves at age 17 as a non-drafted free agent on June 6, has converted 12 of 13 career save chances in interleague play. 50 MICHAEL KIRKMAN 0-1-0, 3.38 vs. LHB: 2-for-7 (.286) vs. RHB: 0-for-2 (.000) LHB have reached in 5 of 10 PA, but 0-for-3 with a walk in last 4 G...took loss on 9/2 at KC in first ML action since 6/6/13 at BOS contract purchased from Round Rock on 9/2 5-5 with a save and 4.47 ERA (27 ER/54.1 IP) in 36 G/4 starts w/ Round Rock last 30 relief app. at AAA beg. 5/21: 1.51 ERA (7 ER/41.2 IP) w/ 46 SO and 10 BB, K s in last 19 G vs. LH batters at Triple-A:.198 (16-81), 31 SO, no XBH DFA d by Rangers on 3/28 at end of spring, outrighted to Round Rock on 4/1. 64 PHIL KLEIN 1-2-0, 2.87 vs. LHB: 7-for-23 (.304) vs. RHB: 3-for-34 (.088) Earned his first major league win Sat. vs. ATL...scoreless in 4 straight (4.0 IP), but has issued 4 runs in 7.2 innings in last 7 games after working 6.2 scoreless frames over previous 5 games, 8/9-19 RHB are 0-for-last-10...allowed runs in each of 1st 2 ML apps, permitting HR to 1st batter faced in both outings, only pitcher to do since at least 1914 (STATS Inc.), incl. 1st ML batter faced on 8/1 (Chisenhall) and 12th-inning walk-off HR to Brantley on 8/3 at CLE career-high 5 K s on 8/14 vs. TB has permitted runs in 4 of 14 G since contract was purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 8/1 was 3-0, 0.52 (3 ER/51.2 IP) w/ 10 saves in 33 appearances with Frisco (AA) and Round Rock tossed 35.0 scoreless innings last 22 outings in minors beg. 5/13, incl SHO IP in 9 G at AAA after 6/25 promotion minors opponents batted.132 (22-167) with zero XBH in ROMAN MENDEZ 0-1-0, 2.57 vs. LHB: 8-for-45 (.178) vs. RHB: 8-for-51 (.157) Has allowed runs in just 2 of last 13 appearances, but has 3.46 ERA (5 ER/13.0 IP) over that stretch to rise from 1.69 to started ML career with 8 scoreless appearances (11.0 IP) to match Alexi Ogando s club record (retired 33 of 41 BF) scoreless in 21 of 25 games with 3 of 8 runs allowed coming on 2 HR opponents are hitting.167 (16-96) 1st batters were 0-for-17 with a BB and 2 SF before Dexter Fowler s INF hit 8/28 at HOU issued decisive grand slam to Jason Castro in 5th inning 8/28 at HOU for 1st ML loss...was 2nd pitcher in club history with 2.0+ SHO IP and one hit or fewer in 1st 2 career outings made ML debut with 2.0 SHO IP on 7/8 vs. HOU recalled from Round Rock on 7/7 was 0-1, 4.02 (14 ER/31.1 IP) w/ 3 saves in 25 relief appearances with Express. 44 SPENCER PATTON 0-0-0, 2.08 vs. LHB: 1-for-2 (.500) vs. RHB: 0-for-13 (.000) Has allowed one run over 4.1 IP in first 5 ML games, retiring 14 of 17 BF...RHB are 0-for-13 with one walk (.071 OBP)...tossed 2.0 perfect inning with no baserunners in ML debut 9/4 vs. SEA...combined to go 5-4 with a 3.90 ERA (27 ER/62.1 IP), 18 saves, and 85 strikeouts over 49 relief appearances at Triple-A level with Round Rock and Omaha...acquired in 7/16 trade with Royals and went 1-1, 3.38 (6 ER/16.0 IP) w/ 4 saves in 15 relief outings for Express... held Pacific Coast League batters to a.188 average (42-223) and averaged 12.3 SO/9 this season. 46 ROBBIE ROSS, JR , 6.53 vs. LHB: 28-for-97 (.289) vs. RHB: 71-for-208 (.341) Is 0-1, (9 ER/7.2 IP) in 4 G/3 GS since recall 8/30...opened season in Texas rotation and went 2-4 with a 5.61 ERA (38 ER/61.0 IP) in 18 G/9 starts for Texas before he was optioned to Round Rock 6/17.made 9 starts to begin season, going 1-4, 4.78 (26 ER/49.0 IP) before move to bullpen in mid- May recalled by Texas for spot start on 8/14 vs. TB (4.1 IP, 6 R-ER in a 6-3 loss) is 1-0, ERA (15 ER/13.0 IP) in 11 G as a reliever and 1-6, 5.70 (38 ER/60.0 IP) in 12 starts was 5-4, 4.33 in 12 G/9 starts w/round Rock.

4 PAGE 4 RANGERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 ATLANTA BULLPEN NOTES CONTINUED 37 SHAWN TOLLESON 2-1-0, 2.88 vs. LHB: 21-for-102 (.206) vs. RHB: 30-for-146 (.205) Scoreless in 9 of last 10 appearances, with only runs allowed a 2-run HR to Morales on 9/5, after no HR in previous 24 G and 26.2 IP...10 HR allowed are tied for most among A.L. relievers (also BOS s Koji Uehara)...has a 1.64 ERA (4 ER/22.0 IP) last 20 G to lower season ERA from 3.47 to 2.88 has posted a 2.26 ERA (13 ER/51.2 IP) in last 46 outings to lower season ERA from 4.86 is 10th in A.L. in relief innings (68.2) has been scoreless in 40 of 59 G has worked more than 1.0 inning 20 times. BATTING NOTES TEAM BATTING: Texas won despite only 3 hits on Sat., fewest hits in a win since 3 hits in 1-0 win vs. ARI on 6/13/12 club is hitting.215 (46-214) over last 7 G and.237 ( ) in 40 G since start of August to drop from.260 to.254, 7th in the A.L Texas has a.242 ( ) average with 266 runs (3.4 per game) over 78 G beg. 6/17 to drop from runs or fewer in 7 straight, 13 of 14, and 38 of last 50 G beginning 7/22 ML-low 2.2 R/G in Sept. (29 R in 12 G) team ranks among A.L. leaders in triples (T5th, 26), SH (3rd, 38), INF hits (2nd, 141), bunt hits (2nd, 26), and CS (1st, 55) have 2nd-fewest HR in A.L. (101), ahead of KC (90) 5 HR last 13 G ML-low 9 HR of 3+ runs ML-high 136 GIDP s, 19 in last 13 G club is 4-for-10 w/ RISP last 2 G after 3-for-38 in previous 5 G batting.222 ( ) w/ RISP over last 94 G. 1 ELVIS ANDRUS.262 AVG, 2 HR, 35 RBI,.316 OBP,.333 SLG SHORTSTOP R/R Sat.: 1-for-3, RBI, R, SB Stand:.222 (6-27), RBI, R, 2 BB, SB Streak: 1 G (1-3, RBI, R, SB) Is 3-for-23 (.130) last 6 G and is hitting.200 (16-80) in last 21 G to drop from.273 to RBI last 29 G 2-for-last-19 w/ RISP ranks among A.L. leaders in games (T8th, 145), SB (T7th, 26), CS (1st, 13), SH (T4th, 9), and GIDP (T5th, 20) leads team with career-high 32 doubles club-record 5th season of 25+ steals only other MLB player with 25+ SB in at least 5 of last 6 seasons (beg. 2009) is Rajai Davis (6) has G hit streaks in 2014, most by a Ranger since Michael Young in 2007 (4) his 11-G hit streak 3/31-4/12 was 2nd-longest season-opening hit streak in club history (13 by Al Oliver, 1979) has started 140 G at SS w/ 16 E s 4 starts at DH all-time club leader in steals (191) and games played at SS (880). 7 J.P. ARENCIBIA.170 AVG, 9 HR, 32 RBI,.229 OBP,.356 SLG FIRST BASE/CATCHER R/R Sat.: 1-for-2, 2B, HBP Stand:.231 (3-13), 2B, HR, RBI, R Streak: 2 G (.333, 2-6, 2B, HR, RBI, R) Is batting.117 (7-60) last 20 G to drop from.195 to.170 just 5 starts last 15 G has 6 HR and 22 RBI last 30 G leads all Rangers with 8 HR and 26 RBI since the All-Star break is hitting.188 (24-128) in 38 G since contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 7/17 starts at 1B (21), C (21), and DH (12) made mound debut 8/13 vs. TB, tossing scoreless 9th inning was 4-for-5 w/ 2 2B, 2 HR (incl. 3rd career GS), and 7 RBI on 7/29 vs. NYY, 3rd player in Texas history w/ 12+ TB & 7+ RBI in same game (Canseco in 94, Hamilton in 12) 8th career multi-hr game 2nd career 4-H game (also ML debut, 8/7/10 vs. TB) set career high and Texas season high w/ 7 RBI, most by Ranger since Cruz (8), 5/25/12 vs. TOR batted.279 (53-190) w/ 14 HR and 41 RBI in 48 G w/ RR optioned to RR 5/20 and assigned outright 5/ ADRIAN BELTRE.324 AVG, 18 HR, 71 RBI,.386 OBP,.491 SLG THIRD BASEMAN R/R Sat.: 0-for-3 Stand:.321 (9-28), HR, 2 RBI, 5 R, 7 BB Streak: 0 G Batting.372 (32-86) last 26 G to raise season avg. from.314 to.324, 3rd in A.L has a.332 ( ) average in 118 G beginning 5/1 to rise from.255 snapped season-high 27-game on-base streak, Aug. 14-Sept. 12, T2nd-longest of career and T6th-longest in A.L. in 14 has reached safely in 16 of 34 PA s this homestand longest streak by a Ranger since Andrus (32 G), April 9-May 14, 2012 joins Freddie Freeman and Jose Bautista as only players with multiple 25-G on-base streaks in BB last 15 G has 4 HR/19 RBI last 51 G, 1 HR last 31 G 30 of last 36 hits have been singles ranks among A.L. leaders in OBP (4th,.386), SLG (11th,.491), OPS (7th,.877), IBB (T9th, 10), and multi-hit games (T11th, 49) is 2nd in A.L. w/.337 night avg. and 3rd w/.350 avg. vs. LHP is 9-for-last-45 (.200) with RISP was 2nd Ranger to ever lead A.L. in batting (.337) at All-Star Break (Kinsler in 2008) selected Rangers Player of Month for June and July and has won award in 7 of last 12 months (beg. Aug. 12) his.392 avg. in June was highest career avg. in a month career hit no on 6/24 vs. DET is 6th player since 1900 to reach 2500-hit mark while spending majority of his career as a third baseman has 394 career home runs, 56th all-time, 2 behind Joe Carter, and 5th-most by ML 3B 14th season with 15+ HR, T3rd-most all-time among 3B has started 124 G at 3B and 10 as DH has played in 2329 G at 3B, 3rd all-time behind Brooks Robinson (2870) and G. Nettles (2412) is one of 5 in ML history w/ 100+ HR w/ 3 different teams (Darrell Evans, Reggie Jackson, Alex Rodriguez, Jim Thome) on DL April 9-24 w/ strained left quad 4th career All-Star Game on 7/15 at MIN leads the majors with a.366 home average (83-227), 4th-highest home avg. in club history (min. 200 AB) is.415 (73-176) last 47 home games since 5/20 0-for-3 Sat. snapped MLB s longest then-active hit streak vs. Atlanta (13 games). 61 ROBINSON CHIRINOS.233 AVG, 11 HR, 34 RBI,.285 OBP,.407 SLG CATCHER R/R Sat.: DNP Stand: 1-3, RBI, BB Streak: 1 G (1-3, RBI, BB) Missed 10 G w/ neck stiffness, 9/1-11 is 5-for-14 w/ 4 BB last 5 G but is hitting.191 (17-89) in last 27 G to drop from.253 to.233 had 1st career 2-HR game, 8/5 at CWS was 1st Texas catcher with a 2-HR game while catching a CG SHO in club history is T7th among A.L. catchers with 11 HR, 3rd on club has team-high 78 starts behind the plate with 3 E 22 caught stealings are T3rd-most in A.L. and he ranks 3rd among qualifying MLB catchers by throwing out A.L.-high 33.8% of runners trying to steal (22 of 65) is 0-for-last-10 on attempted base stealers is T2nd among A.L. catchers in pickoffs (3) - Salvador Perez has 4 - most in a season by a Ranger since Ivan Rodriguez in 2002 (7) 2nd career walk-off hit (1B), 4/11 vs. HOU. 15 MICHAEL CHOICE.176 AVG, 9 HR, 33 RBI,.245 OBP,.304 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Sat.: 0-for-3 Stand:.172 (5-29), RBI, R, BB Streak: 0 G Is 1-for-15 last 5 G is hitting.173 (9-52) since recall from Round Rock (AAA) on 8/25, starting 16 of last 18 G his 9 HR are most by a Texas rookie since Mitch Moreland (9) in 2010 career-high 3 H, 8/29 at HOU was on Rangers O.D. roster until he was optioned 7/7 in first stint w/ Rangers, hit.177 w/ 8 HR and 28 RBI over 69 G w/ Texas, has starts in LF (35), RF (14), DH (12), and CF (4) career-high 4 RBI, 5/4 at LAA hit 1st ML HR, 4/12 vs. HOU 1st player in Texas history w/ PH HR for 1st ML homer hit.267 (40-150) w/ 7 HR and 31 RBI in 43 G for Round Rock. 2 LEONYS MARTIN.276 AVG, 7 HR, 36 RBI,.327 OBP,.374 SLG OUTFIELDER L/R Sat.: 0-for-4, R Stand:.353 (12-34), 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, 5 R, 4 SB, 2 BB Streak: 0 G Is batting.364 (12-33) over last 8 G to rise from.270 to.276 has multiple hits in 12 of 29, batting.371 (39-105) in that span to rise from.249 is hitting.323 (31-96) in 27 games/22 starts as leadoff hitter, A.L.-best.381 OBP from leadoff spot (min. 100 PA) ranks among A.L. leaders in bunt hits (1st, 12), infield hits (T2nd, 26), triples (T6th, 7), sac bunts (T8th, 7), SB (6th, 27), and CS (2nd, 11) 6-for-last-40 (.150) w/ RISP 1st career game w/ HR and SB on Thu. vs. LAA 9 RBI last 56 G career-high 4 hits, 8/12 vs. TB has started 127 G in CF w/ 6 errors his 9 OF assists are T7th-most in A.L., 2nd among A.L. CF (Jackie Bradley Jr.-13). 12 ROUGNED ODOR.254 AVG, 8 HR, 40 RBI,.293 OBP,.389 SLG SECOND BASEMAN L/R Sat.: 1-for-3, 2B, 2 RBI Stand:.250 (7-28), 2B, HR, 5 RBI, R, 2 BB Streak: 1 G (1-3, 2B, 2 RBI) Go-ahead 2-run 2B in 6th inn. on Sat. is 3-for-20 last 6 G has reached safely in 13 of 14, batting.311 (14-45) to rise from.245 to.254 is batting.228 (31-136) last 37 G to drop from.272 has 3 HR and 12 RBI in last 16 G his 40 RBI are most by Texas rookie since Andrus (40) in for-last-43 (.163) w/ RISP is T8th in A.L. w/ 6 triples, most by Rangers rookie since Andrus (8) in th Texas rookie ever w/ 6+ 2B, 3B, and HR youngest Ranger ever (20 years, 205 days) to hit a grand slam, 8/27 at SEA set career highs w/ 4 H and 5 RBI, 5/24 at DET, matched club record w/ 2 triples 1st player under age 21 w/ 4 H and 2 3B in a game since R. Hornsby on 6/28/1916 at CIN (Elias) 1st player under 21 w/ 4 H and 5 RBI since Al Kaline on 4/17/1955 vs. KC (Elias) hit 1st ML HR 5/12 at HOU 4th-youngest 2B to HR over last 50 years 1st ML hit, 5/9 vs. BOS has 95 starts, 94 at 2B (1 at DH) contract purchased from Frisco (AA) on 5/8 at 20 years, 94 days for debut, is youngest player to appear in MLB game in 2014 hit.279 (36-129) in 32 G at Frisco pronounced ROOG-ned oh-dore.

5 RANGERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 ATLANTA PAGE 5 51 ALEX RIOS.280 AVG, 4 HR, 54 RBI,.311 OBP,.398 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Sat.: DNP Stand: 1-3, RBI Streak: 1 G (1-3, RBI) Has missed 8 straight games and 10 of last 17 G with infection in right thumb 7 of last 12 H have been 2B is batting.184 (18-98) in last 28 G has a.224 (54-241) avg. last 66 G to drop from.335 to.280 is T2nd in A.L. w/ career-high 8 triples, but none in last 85 G ranks among A.L. leaders in CS (T4th, 9) and GIDP (T8th, 19) fastest Ranger ever to 8 triples (64 team games), besting previous mark by Ruben Sierra in 1989 (8th triple in G no. 72) is T7th on club s single-season triples list one HR last 90 G, none in last 44 G season-best 12-G hit streak, 5/17-29 has started 113 G in RF and 15 at DH went 6-for-12 with grand slam and 8 RBI in 3-game series for CWS vs. ATL, July 19-21, DANIEL ROBERTSON.276 AVG, 0 HR, 17 RBI,.339 OBP,.340 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Sat.: DNP Stand:.125 (2-16) Streak: 1 G (1-3) Is 3-for-24 (.125) last 6 G to drop from.303 to.276 is still hitting.300 (39-130) last 45 G/31 starts to rise from.154 career-best 7-G hit streak, 8/22-31 is 0-for-last-7 w/ RISP after 10-for-16 stretch Rangers are 9-8 his last 17 starts career-best 4 RBI 7/20 at TOR, career-high 3 H 8/5 at CWS has started 17 G in CF, 15 in LF, 3 in RF, and one at DH is 4-for-7 as PH is 4th among ML rookies with 7 OF assists 15 starts in leadoff spot with.304 (21-69) avg. hitting 1st suffered non-displaced fractures in face on 5/22 at DET, no DL time recalled from Round Rock on 5/18 for 2nd stint w/ TEX (also 4/23-5/6) 1st ML hit, 4/30 vs. OAK ML debut, 4/29 vs. OAK. 60 GUILDER RODRIGUEZ.000 AVG, 0 HR, 0 RBI,.250 OBP,.000 SLG INFIELDER S/R Sat.: DNP Stand: 0-4, R, BB Streak: 0 G Made ML debut on Tue. vs. LAA at 31 years, 45 days old, the 3rd-oldest player (and oldest position player) to make ML debut in Rangers history was 4th-oldest A.L. position player to make ML debut over last 44 seasons (since 1971) contract purchased from Frisco (AA) on 9/7 after 13 minor league seasons, the last 6 in the Texas system prior to debut, had played the most minor league games (1095) among active players with no MLB experience split 2014 between Frisco and Round Rock (AAA), batting.260 (87-335) with 8 2B, 21 RBI, 40 R, and 10 SB in 90 G has appeared at every position except C and CF in 2014 selected by Texas from Milwaukee in the minors phase of the Rule 5 Draft on Dec. 11, 2008 pronounced WHEEL-dair. 9 ADAM ROSALES.276 AVG, 4 HR, 17 RBI,.349 OBP,.431 SLG INFIELDER R/R Sat.: 0-for-2, BB Stand:.185 (5-27), HR, 2 RBI, R, 2 BB, SB Streak: 0 G Is 3-for-20 last 6 G to drop from.302 to.276 is still batting.283 (26-92) since start of August to rise from.250 has started 14 of 20 was Rangers August Player of Month after batting.352 (19-54) w/ 2 HR, 4 2B, and 10 RBI in 20 games had 1st career game w/ HR and SB on 9/5 vs. SEA had pair of walk-off RBI on same homestand, 8/12 vs. TB and 8/17 vs. LAA 1st career 2-HR game, 8/6 at CWS has made 29 starts: 14 at 1B, 5 at 2B, 5 at 3B, 5 at DH, 2 at SS since contract purchased from Round Rock on 6/30 hit.276 w/ 7 HR and 43 RBI in 72 G w/ Express was DFA d by Texas on 3/30 and was outrighted to RR on April RYAN RUA.263 AVG, 0 HR, 7 RBI,.288 OBP,.316 SLG INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER R/R Sat.: 0-for-3 Stand:.265 (9-34), 3 2B, 5 RBI, R, SB Streak: 0 G Is hitting.346 (9-26) with 3 doubles and 5 RBI last 7 G to rise from.194 to.263 career-high 2 RBI 9/9 vs. LAA, career-high 3 hits on 9/5 vs. SEA has hit safely in 10 of 15 starts (8 at 1B, 6 in LF, one at DH) since being purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 8/29 singled in ML debut, 8/29 at HOU combined to bat.306 ( ) with 26 2B, 18 HR, and 74 RBI over 129 G with Frisco (AA) and Round Rock hit.300 (77-257) with 10 HR and 38 RBI in 71 G at Frisco promoted to Round Rock on 6/26 and hit.313 (67-214) w/ 8 HR and 36 RBI in 58 G, incl..350 (35-100) in 28 G in August saw action at 1B, 2B, 3B, LF in minors in LUIS SARDINAS.253 AVG, 0 HR, 4 RBI,.292 OBP,.275 SLG INFIELDER S/R Sat.: 1-for-3, R Stand:.150 (3-20), R, BB Streak: 2 G (2-6, R) Is 2-for-16 last 5 G and 4-for-25 (.160) since 9/2 recall from Round Rock for 3rd stint w/ Texas (also 4/19-26; 5/8-6/29) has started 6 of last 8 G career-high 3 H on 6/4 vs. BAL 1st ML hit on 4/20 vs. CWS has made starts for Texas at 2B (14), SS (6), 3B (2), and DH (1) combined to hit.281 (98-349) with one HR and 37 RBI over 81 G in minors in 14 with Frisco (AA) and Round Rock. 6 TOMAS TELIS.240 AVG, 0 HR, 5 RBI,.255 OBP,.260 SLG CATCHER S/R Sat.: 0-for-3 Stand:.273 (6-22), 2 R, HBP Streak: 0 G Had 3rd career 2-hit game on Wed. vs. LAA has hits in 9 of first 13 ML games, all starts at C has started 13 of club s 19 games since contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 8/25 on 8/25 at SEA, was 1st player to catch a SHO in ML debut since PIT s Jason Kendall on 4/1/96 at FLA had bunt single for 1st ML hit in that game switch-hitter combined to bat.318 ( ) w/ 23 2B, 5 HR, and 50 RBI over 106 G with Frisco (AA) and Round Rock (AAA) opened season w/ Frisco and had 2nd-highest avg. (.303) in Texas League at time of 7/17 promotion to AAA in the PCL, batted.345 (48-139) w/ 7 2B, 3 HR, and 17 RBI over 36 G. BATTERS VS. ATLANTA AND CAREER 2014 CAREER PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Andrus Arencibia Beltre Chirinos Choice Martin Odor Rios Robertson Rodriguez Rosales Rua Sardinas Telis PITCHERS VS. ATLANTA AND CAREER 2014 CAREER PLAYER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER Baker Bonilla Claudio Cotts Edwards Feliz Holland Kirkman Klein Lewis Martinez Mendez Mikolas Patton Ross Tepesch Tolleson HOME RUNS Player Total Solo 2-run 3-run GS LHP Home Road GT GA Record Last Jim Adduci /9 at HOU (Feldman) Elvis Andrus /21 vs. SEA (Young) J.P. Arencibia /11 vs. LAA (Salas) Adrian Beltre /9 vs. LAA (Santiago) Robinson Chirinos /5 at CWS (Danks-2) Michael Choice /29 at HOU (Oberholtzer) Shin-Soo Choo /23 vs. KC (Guthrie Prince Fielder /8 vs. COL (Morales) Kevin Kouzmanoff /19 vs. CWS (Petricka) Leonys Martin /11 vs. LAA (Rasmus) Mitch Moreland /18 vs. TOR (Dickey) Donnie Murphy /16 at OAK (Abad) Rougned Odor /4 vs. SEA (Farquhar) Carlos Pena /25 vs. DET (Sanchez) Alex Rios /6 at NYM (Germen) Adam Rosales /5 vs. SEA (Maurer) Brad Snyder /22 at LAA (Smith) Geovany Soto /14 vs. TB (Odorizzi) TOTALS GRAND SLAMS (2): Arencibia, July 29 vs. NYY, Odor, August 27 at SEA MULTI-HOMER GAMES (5): Beltre, June 4 vs. BAL (2); Murphy, June 16 at OAK (2); Arencibia, July 29 vs. NYY (2); Chirinos, Aug. 5 at CWS (2); Rosales, Aug. 6 at CWS (2) BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (2): Fielder/Kouzmanoff, April 15 vs. SEA; Murphy/Choice, June 16 at OAK PINCH-HIT HOMERS (1): Choice, April 12 vs. HOU LEADOFF HOMERS (4): Choo, April 21 at OAK, July 4 at NYM, Aug. 23 vs. KC; Martin, Sept. 11 vs. LAA WALKOFF HOMERS (0): None INSIDE THE PARK HOMERS (0): None HR BY PITCHERS (0): None

6 PAGE 6 RANGERS STATISTICS TEXAS TEAM BATTING Runs, Game...16, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Runs, Inning...7, April 18 vs. Chicago-AL (3rd) Hits, Game...18, 3x, last Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Hits, Inning...6, 2x, last April 18 vs. Chicago-AL (3rd) Fewest Hits, Game...2, April 20 vs. Chicago-AL Doubles...6, April 8 at Boston Triples...2, 2x, May 24 at Detroit; July 8 vs. Houston Home Runs...5, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Home Runs, Both Clubs...7, June 9 vs. Cleveland Extra Base Hits...8, 2x, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL, May 24 at Detroit Total Bases...36, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Stolen Bases...4, 2x, last June 20 at Los Angeles-AL Walks...9, 2x, last May 4 at Los Angeles-AL Strikeouts...15, May 12 at Houston Left on Base (9 innings)...12, 2x, last July 21 at New York-AL Left on Base (Extras)...16, April 11 vs. Houston TEXAS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Hits...4, 8x, last Beltre, Aug. 15 vs. Los Angeles-AL Runs...3, 12x, last Chirinos, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Home Runs...2, 5x, last Rosales, Aug. 6 at Chicago-AL RBI...7, Arencibia, July 29 vs. New York-AL Total Bases...12, Arencibia, July 29 vs. New York-AL Doubles...2, 9x, last Rosales, Aug. 24 vs. Kansas City Triples...#2, Odor, May 24 at Detroit Extra-Base Hits...4, Arencibia, July 29 vs. New York-AL Stolen Bases...2, 6x, last Andrus, June 20 at Los Angeles-AL Walks...3, 4x, last Choo, July 2 at Baltimore Strikeouts...5, Choo, April 12 vs. Houston Hitting Streak...15, Beltre, June 27-July 11 TEXAS TEAM PITCHING Strikeouts...17, July 18 at Toronto Walks...8, May 17 vs. Toronto Fewest Walks...0, 10x, last Sept. 2 at Kansas City Runs Allowed, Game...17, June 9 vs. Cleveland Runs Allowed, Inning...7, 4x, last Sept. 9 vs. Los Angeles-AL (8th) Hits Allowed, Game...21, May 6 at Colorado Hits Allowed, Inning...8, May 6 at Colorado (6th) Fewest Hits Allowed...2, 3x, last June 13 at Seattle Home Runs...5, June 9 vs. Cleveland Consecutive Scoreless Innings , May 7 (6th) - May 10 (1st); June 10 (9th)-June 14 (4th) TEXAS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Innings, Starter...9.0, 5x, last Lewis, Aug. 27 at Seattle Fewest Innings, Starter...1.2, 2x, last Ross Jr., Sept. 4 vs. Seattle Innings, Reliever...6.2, Baker, June 26 vs. Detroit Strikeouts, Starter...12, Darvish, 3x, May 9 vs. Bos., June 1 at Wsh., July 18 at Tor. Strikeouts, Reliever...7, Baker, 2x, May 31 at Washington; June 9 vs. Cleveland Runs Allowed...*13, Lewis, July 10 vs. Los Angeles-AL Earned Runs Allowed...11, Lewis, July 10 vs. Los Angeles-AL Hits Allowed...13, Lewis, July 10 vs. Los Angeles-AL...13, Williams, Aug. 1 at Cleveland Home Runs Allowed...4, Saunders, June 30 at Baltimore Pitches...126, Darvish, May 9 vs. Boston TEXAS TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Winning Streak...5, April Losing Streak...8, 3x, June 17-26; July 6-13; Aug. 30-Sept. 6 Longest Game, Innings...14, 2x, last Aug. 12 vs. Tampa Bay Longest Game, Time, 9 inn...4:08, July 4 at New York-NL Longest Game, Time, Xtra...4:51, July 22 at New York-AL Shortest Game, Time...2:15, April 13 vs. Houston; 1:36, July 23 at New York-AL (5.0 inn.) Largest Crowd, Home...49,031, March 31 vs. Philadelphia Largest Crowd, Road...45,802, July 19 at Toronto Winning Margin...16, Aug. 5 at Chicago-AL Losing Margin...14, April 20 vs. Chicago-AL Largest Deficit in Win...3, 2x, April 2 vs. Phil. (0-3 in 3rd); 3, April 26 at Sea. (0-3 thru 4th) Largest Deficit in 9th, Win...2, April 2 vs. Philadelphia (1-3) Largest Lead in Loss...5, April 27 at Seattle (5-0 in 4th) Errors...4, 2x, last April 30 vs. Oakland *-Club record #-Ties club record Multi-Hit Games Multi-RBI Games PLAYER 2H 3H 4H 5H Total 2BI 3BI 4BI 5BI+ Total Adduci Andrus Arencibia Beltre Chirinos Choice Choo Fielder Gimenez Kouzmanoff Martin Moreland Murphy Odor Pena Rios Robertson Rosales Rua Sardinas Smolinski Snyder Soto Telis Wilson RANGERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014 ATLANTA 2014 STARTING PITCHING (starts only) STARTS BY BATTING ORDER Adduci Andrus Arencibia Beltre Carp Chirinos Choice Choo Fielder Gimenez Kouzmanoff Martin Moreland Murphy Odor Pena Rios Robertson Rodriguez Rosales Rua Sardinas Smolinski Snyder Soto Telis Wilson Pitchers STARTS BY POSITION C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH Adduci Andrus Arencibia Beltre Carp Chirinos Choice Choo Fielder Gimenez Kouzmanoff Martin Moreland Murphy Odor Pena Rios Robertson Rodriguez Rosales Rua Sardinas Smolinski Snyder Soto Telis Wilson RUNS BY INNING Texas Opp RECORD BY MONTH March April May June July August Sept RECORD BY DAY OF WEEK Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat RECORD BY HOME RUNS RECORD BY RUNS Scored Allowed MARGIN OF VICTORY/DEFEAT Won by Lost by EJECTIONS (7) Game (Inn.) Player/Coach Umpire 4/13 vs. HOU (4th) Elvis Andrus Alan Porter 4/14 vs. SEA (6th) Ron Washington Ted Barrett 5/10 vs. SEA (8th) Mike Maddux Vic Carapazza 5/28 at MIN (6th) Elvis Andrus Pat Hoberg 6/21 at LAA (4th) Alex Rios Vic Carapazza 6/21 at LAA (10th) Michael Choice Vic Carapazza 6/22 at LAA (1st) Ron Washington Bill Miller Pitcher Last Start W-L Streak GS QS RSA P/GS SB/CS K/9 BB/9 HR/9 GB/FB GIDP Team W-L Scheppers 4/17 vs. SEA (ND) 0-1 L / / Perez (L) 5/10 vs. BOS (L) 4-3 L / / Ross Jr. (L) 9/4 vs. SEA (L) 1-6 L / / Saunders (L) 6/30 at BAL (L) 0-5 L / / Martinez 9/11 vs. LAA (L) 3-10 L / / Darvish 8/9 at HOU (L) 10-7 L / / Lewis 9/9 vs. LAA (L) 9-13 L / / Harrison (L) 5/13 at HOU (L) 1-1 L / / Tepesch 9/10 vs. LAA (L) 4-9 L / / Baker 9/5 vs. SEA (L) 2-4 L / / Mikolas 8/25 at SEA (W) 2-5 W / / Irwin 7/8 vs. HOU (L) 0-1 L / / Williams 8/1 at CLE (L) 1-1 L / / Holland (L) 9/12 vs. ATL (W) 1-0 W / / Bonilla 9/13 vs. ATL (W) 1-0 W / /

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