1 Boston Red Sox (41-32) at Texas Rangers (47-27) RHP Steven Wright (8-4, 2.01) vs. RHP A.J. Griffin (3-0, 2.94) Game #75 Home #39 (26-12) Sat., June 25, 2016 Globe Life Park in Arlington 8:20 p.m. (CDT) FSSW / FM / 1540 AM RANGERS AT A GLANCE Overall Home Road Standing... 1st, +9.0 Homestand One-Run Run HR No HR White w/ Blue w/ Red Gray Alt. Blue Blue Home Blue Road Alt. Red (all home) Holiday Throwback 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 /12-8/26-13 vs. AL Central /5-4/7-5 vs. AL East /1-3/8-7 Interleague /3-0/6-2 Series /7-3-1/ Series Openers...7-6/6-5/13-11 Series Finales /5-6/15-8 Rubber Games /1-0/7-1 Lead after /14-1/35-4 Lead after /16-2/39-4 Lead after /19-1/44-3 Trail after /4-11/8-18 Trail after /3-10/5-20 Trail after /2-11/2-20 Tied after /3-3/4-5 Tied after /2-3/3-3 Tied after /0-3/1-4 Decided 7th/later.. 6-6/7-7/13-13 Shutouts /1-1/1-3 Decided final AB /2-7/6-10 Walk-off games ALL-TIME HOME RUN LIST Rank HR Player Cal Ripken Mike Piazza Billy Williams Miguel Cabrera Adrian Beltre Darrell Evans Alfonso Soriano ALL-TIME RBI LIST Rank RBI Player Jeff Kent Carlos Delgado Adrian Beltre Mickey Mantle Vladimir Guerrero Carlos Beltran Dave Parker WINS AND LOSSES: The Rangers lost to the Red Sox last night, 8-7, and are 2-2 on this 6-game, 7-day homestand against BAL (1-0), CIN (1-1), and BOS (0-1) team has lost 2 of last 3 games, but has won 8 of 10, 10 of 13, 16 of 21, 22 of 29, and 32 of 45 club s season-long 7-game win streak from 6/14-20 was longest by Texas since May 20-26, 2015 (7-0) Texas has the best record in the A.L. at (.635), 3rdbest record in the majors to CHC (.667, 48-24) and SF (.640, 48-27) Texas is 16-6 (.727) in June, tied w/ CLE for best in MLB this month current record is best 74-game start in club history and team will also have its best 75-game start regardless of tonight s outcome (see chart) team was after 74 G in 2015 since 5/1/15, Rangers have best record and most wins in A.L. (128-87,.595), 2nd-best in MLB in both categories to only the Cubs (133-80,.621). TEXAS BEST 74-G RECORD W-L YEAR(S) , 2010, Club is 20 games above.500, needing a win tonight to match high-water mark in 2016 team has been 21-over twice this season (after wins Mon. and Wed.), 1st instances since 9/5/13 (80-59), and earliest to ever be 21-over in a season this is also just 2nd season in Texas history to reach 20-over before the All-Star break (also 2012). SERIES STUFF: Rangers are in series this season after losing the series opener, needing wins tonight and tomorrow to avoid a 3rd such loss (other 2 were sweeps: 4/22-24 at CWS and 5/16-18 at OAK) Rangers are in last 11 series overall, and in last 12 home series won club-record 10 straight overall (5/20-6/20) and 11 straight at home (4/14-6/20) before splitting 2 G w/ Reds this weekteam has won 13 of its last 14 series overall (only loss was 0-3 from 5/16-18 at OAK) and is in IN THE LEAD: The Rangers lead the A.L. West by 9.0 games over 2nd-place Astros, largest lead in A.L. and 2ndbest in MLB (Cubs are GA in N.L. Central) had a season-best 10.0-game lead for 2 straight days Wed./Thurs., just the 4th season in club history to have a lead of at least 10 games Texas won the division in each of the other 4 seasons: 1999, 2010, 2011 Rangers record for division lead was 11.0 games on 9/30/10 marked 1st time to ever hold a double-digit division lead before the start of September (previous earliest was 9/2/10) club was T1st on 6/2, but has gained 9.0 games in last 22 days beg. 6/3 (15-5 in that span) have been in sole possession of 1st place for 22 straight and 26 of the last 27 days team has had at least a share of 1st place for 49 days in 16, sole possession of 1st for 40 different days. VS. RED SOX: Texas has won the season series with Boston in 6 of the last 7 seasons ( ) club has gone vs. the Red Sox since start of 09, including since the beg. of 2012 Rangers have highest winning pct. (.632) of any A.L. club vs. Boston since 2009 Texas has won 3 of last 4 and are 5-3 vs. Carmine Hose since start of 15 Sox lead the all-time series , but Rangers hold leads of in Arlington and at Globe Life Park. IN ARLINGTON: Club s (.684) record is 2nd-best in A.L. and 3rd in MLB (KC: 25-9,.735; CHC: 25-11,.694) is also T2nd-best 38-game home record in club history just 2-2 in this homestand, but team has won 10 of 13, 16 of 22, and 20 of last 28 at home. TEXAS BEST 38-G HOME RECORD W-L YEAR(S) , 2010, , 83, 91, 95, 12 TEXAS BEST 75-G RECORD W-L YEAR(S) , TEXAS BEST 39-G HOME RECORD W-L YEAR(S) , , 1983, 2012 GRIFFIN ACTIVE; LEWIS TO DL: Today, the Rangers reinstated RHP A.J. Griffin from the 15-day disabled list ahead of tonight s scheduled start to make room on the active roster for Griffin, the team has placed RHP Colby Lewis on the 15- day DL, retroactive to June 22, with a strained right latissimus dorsi muscle Lewis has gone 6-1, 3.21 (35 ER/98.0 IP) in 15 starts in BIG GIFTS FOR BIG PAPI: The Rangers will make a special pre-game presentation to Red Sox DH David Ortiz, who has announced his retirement effective at the end of the 2016 season tonight, the club will give him a pair of custom Lucchese Italian goat leather boots, while the team will gift a custom belt buckle from Lucchese Adrian Beltre is scheduled to represent the Rangers in the presentation. LOSING AFTER BIG LEAD: Texas relievers Jake Diekman and Matt Bush allowed 4 runs in the 9th inning last night as the Rangers lost despite an early 6-0 lead it was the Rangers largest blown lead in a loss since 5/14/10 at TOR, when club led 9-3 in the 3rd inning before losing with the duo of Rich Harden (2.2 IP, 7 R-ER) and Doug Mathis (1.1 IP, 8 R-ER) Texas had not blown a 6-run lead at home in nearly 8 years, since an 8-7 defeat on 8/23/08 vs. CLE (led 7-1 after 4 innings). Last night was Rangers 13th loss after leading at some point, 1st since 6/1 at CLE the 13 losses are T6th-fewest in MLB, T4th-fewest in A.L. (8-CLE, 12-BAL/DET). IN IT TO WIN IT: Texas has held a lead at some point in 60 of 74 games in 16 (81.1%), 2nd-most games with a lead and 2nd-highest pct. in MLB: Giants have led in 61 of 75 (81.3%). LATE LOSS: Last night was Rangers 3rd loss of the season when leading after 8 innings, tied for most in majors with COL, SF, and SEA it was also the team s 10 last at-bat loss, one of 5 ML clubs in double digits in that category: 11-ATL, LAA, TOR; 10-TEX, MIN. STREAKS END: Last night s loss ended several streaks for Texas it was the club s 1st blown save since 5/17 at OAK, ending a run of 16 consecutive save chances converted for the bullpen it was the team s 1st one-run loss since 6/1 at CLE, ending an 8-game win streak in one-run games from 6/5-20 club hit 2 HR in the loss, 1st defeat when hitting exactly 2 HR since 8/25/15 vs. TOR Texas had won 20 straight when hitting exactly 2 HR (18-0 in 2016), easily the longest win streak of that kind in club history (both the single-season 18 and overall 20). NOT THE LOSING KIND: Last night was the 3rd Texas loss this season in which every batter in the starting 9 had at least one hit (also 5/17 at OAK and 6/8 vs. HOU) all other ML teams have combined for just 7 such losses in 16, and no other club has done it more than once. Last night s 7 runs were most in a TEX loss since 10/3/15 vs. LAA (11-10 loss). NIGHT SHIFT: Research indicates that tonight s 8:20 p.m. first pitch is the latest scheduled start ever for a game in Arlington this excludes games which start late due to delays, or the back end of a doubleheader. SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER: Texas is an MLB-best 10-1 in Saturday games, winning 8 in a row all other ML teams have 2+ losses on Saturday. SHORTS: MLB players w/ minimums of.320 BA/48 RBI/90 H/50 R: Ian Desmond and Xander Bogaerts last night was Matt Bush s 1st career loss, blown save, and outing w/ multiple runs allowed Texas batters enter tonight having been retired in 12 straight PA s. UPCOMING PROBABLES, TIMES & BROADCASTS Date Opponent Pitchers - Texas vs. Opponent Time (CDT) TV/Radio Sunday, June 26 vs. Boston LHP Martin Perez (6-4, 3.57) vs. RHP Clay Buchholz (3-7, 5.83) 2:05 FSSW/105.3/1540 Monday, June 27 at New York-AL RHP Chi Chi Gonzalez (1st 16 outing) vs. RHP Ivan Nova (5-5, 5.18) 6:05 FSSW/105.3/1540 Tuesday, June 28 at New York-AL LHP Cole Hamels (8-1, 2.79) vs. LHP CC Sabathia (5-4, 2.71) 6:05 FSSW/105.3/1540 Wednesday, June 29 at New York-AL RHP Nick Martinez (1-1, 5.54) vs. RHP Masahiro Tanaka (5-2, 3.01) 6:05 FSSW/105.3/1540 Thursday, June 30 at New York-AL RHP A.J. Griffin (tonight) vs. RHP Michael Pineda (3-7, 5.51) 12:05 FSSW/MLBN/105.3/1540 * For radio broadcasts, most games are on The Fan All games are broadcast in Spanish on 1540 AM ESPN Deportes All FSSW telecasts can also be viewed on FSGO app.
2 PAGE 2 TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER #64 A.J. Griffin, RHP (3-0, 2.94) TONIGHT: The 28-year-old right hander was activated from the disabled list today to make his 7th start of the season in the middle installment of this 3-game weekend set with the Red Sox has been on the disabled list since May 8 with right shoulder stiffness has gone 0-1, 3.48 (4 ER/10.1 IP) over 3 rehab starts with Double-A Frisco and last pitched for Frisco on Sunday at Midland has not pitched at the major league level since leaving his start on May 7 at Detroit in the 3rd inning had quality starts in 4 of his 1st 5 starts this season, going 3-0, 2.32 (8 ER/31.0 IP) held opponents to a.180 average (20-111) in those 1st 5 outings had the 9th-lowest ERA in the A.L. through 5 starts his injury-shortened outing on 5/7 at DET ended a streak of 33 straight starts with at least 5.0 IP, 3rd-longest active streak in the majors at the time his career win percentage of.686 (24-11) is 4th-highest among active starters (MIA s Jose Fernandez-.721, 31-12; TOR s Marcus Stroman-.700, 21-9; LA s Clayton Kershaw-.687, ) w/ 30+ decisions signed with Texas in December after having spent his entire pro career in the Oakland organization has a career 3.53 ERA over 49 major league starts, going 7-1 in his rookie season in 2012 and posting a 200-inning campaign in 2013 Rangers are 5-1 in his 6 starts. REHAB: Made 3 starts on a rehab assignment with Double-A Frisco, going 0-1, 3.48 last pitched for Frisco on Sunday at Midland (5.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R-1 ER, 2 BB, 7 SO, 0 HR, 77 pitches/51 strikes) also faced Midland in 2nd start on 6/14 in Frisco (3.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R-ER, 2 BB, 3 SO)...made 1st start for the Riders on 6/9 at San Antonio (2.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R-ER, 0 BB, 3 SO, 42 pitches/27 strikes)...opposing batters hit.279 (12-43) during the rehab assignment...threw a bullpen session on June 6 in advance of 1st rehab start...faced batters and threw 47 pitches in a 3 inning simulated game on June 4 in Arlington. VS. BOSTON: Has gone 2-1, 3.60 (10 ER/25.0 IP) over 4 career starts vs. the Red Sox, but has not faced the club since 2013 has a quality start in 3 of the 4 outings...permitted 9 of the 10 runs in a 9-6 Oakland loss on 4/22/13 at Fenway Park...permitted just 3 ER over 21.0 IP in his 3 starts vs. the Red Sox at the Coliseum. IN ARLINGTON: Has made just 2 starts in Arlington this season, going 2-0, 1.93 (3 ER/14.0 IP) 4 of his 1st 6 starts this season came away from Arlington... has made 4 career starts at this facility, going 2-0, 1.78 (5 ER/25.1 IP)...took no decisions in each of his 1st 2 career starts here as an Athletic despite posting a 1.59 ERA (2 ER/11.1 IP). 2016: Rangers are 5-1 in his starts...has allowed 6 of 10 XBH to LHB (2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR)...RHB have 4 2B...the bottom 3 spots in the lineup are a combined 6-for- 34 (.176)...leadoff batter has reached in 6 of 34 frames...opposition batting.097 (3-31) with 2 outs...average by time through order:.191 (9-47) in first PA;.255 (12-47) in 2nd PA;.103 (3-29) in 3rd PA...Brett Nicholas (1.42 ERA) caught 3 of 6 starts overall, while Bryan Holaday (5.19) has caught 2 starts, and Robinson Chirinos caught 1st outing...allowed one run in 8.0 innings in 4/26 start vs. NYY for the victory, joining Yu Darvish (8.1 IP, 0 R on 4/24/12) and Cliff Lee (8.0 IP, 1 R-ER on 9/12/10) as the only other Texas starters with an outing of 8.0+ innings while allowing one-or-zero runs against the Yankees in Arlington over the past 20 seasons...won the competition for the last spot in the rotation as a non-roster invitee this spring, recording 19 strikeouts and issuing just 2 walks in 18.0 innings of work in Cactus League was not on the Opening Day roster, but had his contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) prior to his Friday start...is the 4th starter in club history to open his Rangers career with at least a 3-0 record while allowing 3-or-fewer runs in every start, joining Jackie Brown (7-0 in note he also pitched for Senators previously), Charlie Leibrandt (3-0 in 1993) and Lisalverto Bonilla (3-0 in 2014). BACK IN THE WIN COLUMN: With victory on 4/8 at LAA, Griffin became the 1st ML pitcher to start 15 or more games, then not pitch in the majors for at least the next 2 full seasons, and then win one of his team s 1st 5 games in his 1st season back in the majors since CAL s Rudy May on 4/12/69 vs. MIN, according to STATS, Inc May had not pitched in the majors since 1965 the previous pitchers to accomplish the feat were the Cardinals Vinegar Bend Mizell in 1956 (missed 2 seasons), and the Dodgers Don Newcombe in 1954 (missed 2 seasons). LAST TWO YEARS/SURGERY: His only professional action over the past 2 seasons came over 4 games/starts for High-A Stockton and Triple-A Nashville in June 2015, going 0-1 with a 3.77 ERA (6 ER/14.1 IP) had Tommy John ligament replacement surgery on his right elbow on 4/30/14 performed by Dr. Thomas Mehlhoff at the Texas Orthopedic Hospital in Houston opened last season with rehab work and attempted to return with an injury rehabilitation assignment, but was placed on the disabled list on 6/20/15 with a right shoulder strain that sidelined him for the remainder of the year. RANGERS GAME NOTES SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 BOSTON GRIFFIN S MAJOR LEAGUE RECORD W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / GRIFFIN VS. BOSTON W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / GRIFFIN AT GLOBE LIFE PARK W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / HIGHS CAREER HIGHS Innings: 8.0, April 26 vs. NYY Innings: 9.0, June 26, 2013 vs. CIN Hits: 6, April 8 at LAA Hits: 10, July 2, 2013 vs. CHC Runs: 3, 2x, last May 7 at DET Runs: 9, April 22, 2013 at BOS ER: 3, 2x, last May 7 at DET ER: 7, 2x, last July 2, 2013 vs. CHC SO s: 9, May 2 at TOR SO s: 9, 3x, last May 2, 2016 at TOR Walks: 4, April 13 at SEA Walks: 6, Aug. 11, 2013 at TOR HR: 1, 2x, last April 21 vs. HOU HR: 3, 4x, last July 29, 2013 vs. TOR Pitches: 108, April 21 vs. HOU Pitches: 110, July 13, 2013 vs. BOS CG s: N/A CG s: 1, June 26, 2013 vs. CIN Low-Hit CG: N/A Low-Hit CG: 2, June 26, 2013 vs. CIN CG SHO s: N/A CG SHO s: 1, June 26, 2013 vs. CIN Win Streak: 3, April 8-current Win Streak: 6, July 13-Sept. 12, & CAREER SPLITS 2016 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) Griffin vs. Boston PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO Ortiz Pedroia GRIFFIN S 2016 DAY-BY-DAY Wright vs. Texas PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO Beltre Chirinos Choo Fielder Moreland Date Opp. Score Dec. ERA IP H R ER HR BB-I SO Left Game Pitches 4/8 at LAA 7-3 W Leading /57 4/13 at SEA 2-4 (10) Trailing /62 4/21 vs. HOU 7-4 W Leading /71 4/26 vs. NYY 10-1 W Leading /64 April Totals /2 at TOR Tied /64 5/7 at DET Trailing /31 May Totals Season Totals GRIFFIN S 2016 MINOR LEAGUE DAY-BY-DAY Date Opp. Score Dec. ERA IP H R ER HR BB-I SO Left Game Pitches 6/9 at SA 0-4 L /27 6/14 vs. MID /19 at MID 4-5 (12) /51 Totals : Opened the year on the 60-day disabled list and returned to the mound with 2 starts for Stockton, the 1st on 6/2 vs. Lake Elsinore (3.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R) and also 6/7 at Modesto was transferred to Nashville for starts on 6/12 at Oklahoma City and 6/18 vs. Omaha, including being reinstated from the 60-day DL and optioned on 6/13 was on the Nashville DL with a right shoulder strain from 6/20-8/31 recalled and placed on Oakland 60-day DL again on 9/1 for duration of the season designated for assignment on 11/20 and given his unconditional release on 11/30. TOMORROW S SCHEDULED STARTER LHP MARTIN PEREZ (6-4, 3.57 in 15 games/starts) The 25-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his team-high 16th start of the season in tomorrow s series finale against Boston here in Arlington...is riding a 5-game win streak, with wins in 5 of his last 6 starts, posting a 3.72 ERA (15 ER/36.1 IP) in those outings...looking to match his career-best win streak (6; 8/5-9/3/13)...has gone 6-2, 3.24 (24 ER/66.2 IP) in his last 10 starts beg. 4/27, dropping season ERA from 4.50 to 3.57 in that span...received a no-decision in last start on 6/19 at STL (5.1 IP, 8 H, 4 R-ER, 3 BB, 0 SO, 2 HR, 94 pitches/56 strikes) in Rangers 5-4 win...allowed just 2 runs through 1st 5 innings, including a solo HR to Stephen Piscotty before allowing a solo HR with one out to Matt Holliday in the 6th...allowed a single and two walks to his next 3 BF before Tony Barnette came in relief to close the inning, but allowed 1 of Perez s 3 runners to score...was the 1st time since 9/9/15 at SEA that he has allowed multiple HR in a game...has worked at least 5.0+ IP in 17 straight dating back to his final 2 starts in is 1-1, 6.19 (11 ER/16.0 IP) in 3 career starts against BOS...last started vs. BOS on 5/10/14 in Arlington (L, 3.2 IP, 9 H, 6 R-ER, 4 BB, 4 SO, HR, 86 pitches/52 strikes) in Rangers 8-3 loss...was his final start of 2014 before undergoing Tommy John ligament replacement surgery on his left elbow on May 19, is 5-1, 2.61 (14 ER/48.1 IP) in 8 starts at Globe Life Park this seson, including an active 4-game win streak, tied longest home win streak of his career (also 8/2/15-4/27/16)... in his last 13 home starts, is 8-1, 2.39 (22 ER/83.0 IP) since 8/2/15 with quality starts in all 13...Rangers are 6-0 in his last 6 starts after going 2-7 in his 1st 9 starts...the 6 straight wins in Perez starts, is 2nd-longest streak of his career...rangers previously won 7 consecutive starts of his from July 31-Sept. 3, 2013.
3 RANGERS GAME NOTES SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 BOSTON 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 Chirinos Holaday Nicholas Wilson Stolen bases against pitchers: 2-for-5 (2 SB, 3 CS) * - as starter BULLPEN BREAKDOWN (RELIEF OUTINGS ONLY) FIRST BATTER PITCHER LAST APP. (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO NP SV/OPP RET/FACED IR/Sc GB/FB SB/CS 43 Tony Barnette 6/24 vs. BOS /0 19/29 22/4 44/25 2/0 51 Matt Bush 6/24 vs. BOS (BS, L, 2-1) /1 15/20 8/2 16/19 0/0 58 Alex Claudio 6/21 vs. CIN /0 7/13 12/6 34/13 0/0 41 Jake Diekman 6/24 vs. BOS /2 23/34 11/3 29/24 0/0 47 Sam Dyson 6/22 vs. CIN (Sv, 15) /16 28/39 14/1 63/17 1/1 77 Luke Jackson 6/19 at Nashville /0 4/5 4/1 10/10 0/1 55 Cesar Ramos 6/21 vs. CIN /1 3/6 3/0 27/19 0/0 37 Shawn Tolleson 6/20 vs. BAL (W, 2-2) /15 15/25 10/1 35/24 1/3 Totals 29/37, 78.4% 141/219, 64.4% 107/27, 25.2% 328/207 4/5 TEAM PITCHING: Staff has 5.75 ERA (23 ER/36.0 IP) in 1st 4 G of this homestand to raise season ERA from 3.91 to 4.01, 6th in A.L have 3.71 ERA (123 ER/298.0 IP) last 33 G beg. 5/20 to drop season figure from 4.26 have allowed 35 HR last 34 G beg. 5/18 after A.L.-high 55 HR in 1st 40 G thru 5/17 (3rd-most in ML) in A.L., have 5th-most BB (234) and T2nd-most hit batters (29), but 2nd-fewest wild pitches (18) have fewest strikeouts in MLB w/ 494, but have induced MLB-high 85 GDP s 2nd SHO of season last Fri. at STL (also 4/12 at SEA) staff has a 3.77 ERA (49 ER/117.0 IP) over last 13 home games (club is 10-3) to drop season ERA at home from 4.68 to 4.37, still 2nd-highest in A.L. STARTERS: Starters have 31.0 IP last 6 G since outings by Lewis/Hamels last Thurs./Fri., as Hamels quality start Wed. vs. CIN snapped a season-long 4-G QS drought have 5.23 ERA (36 ER/62.0 IP) last 11 G to rise from 3.38 to 3.64, still lowest in A.L. and 6th in MLB also have 4.24 ERA (62 ER/131.2 IP) in June to rise from 3.38 quality starts in one of last 6 and just 3 QS last 11 G club s 46 QS are still 2nd-most in A.L. (TOR-48), T5th in MLB lead MLB w/.705 win pct. (31-13), and rank among A.L. leaders in wins (T2nd, 31), WHIP (3rd, 1.27), opp. avg. (3rd,.245), opp. OPS (3rd,.707) rotation has won 14 of last 17 decisions, and 8-G win streak from 5/28-6/9 was longest single-season run since opening 2012 at RELIEVERS: Last night was bullpen s 1st blown save since 5/17 at OAK, snapping a run of 16 straight successful save chances...texas leads MLB with 28 saves and is 2nd w/ 55 holds (SF-57) have allowed 9 R-ER last 9.0 IP after a scoreless streak of 20.2 IP from 6/15-21 still have a 2.73 ERA (9 ER/29.2 IP) over last 8 G to drop season ERA from 5.03 to 4.73, highest in A.L. and 3rd-highest in MLB bullpen is 7-3, 3.88 (29 ER/67.1 IP) in June, most wins in MLB rank among A.L. relief leaders in wins (2nd, 16), opp. GDP (1st, 29) also 2nd-most HR allowed (35) and T2nd-most losses (14)...just 4 HR in 67.1 IP in June have converted 29 of 37 save chances. 43 TONY BARNETTE 4-2-0, 3.13 vs. LHB: 20-for-53 (.377) vs. RHB: 17-for-71 (.239) Has gone multiple innings in each of last 2 outings (4.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 4 SO)...has 5.2 SHO IP last 3 G to drop season ERA from 3.81 to 3.13 team-leading 4th relief win Sun. at STL after entering with the bases loaded and stranding 2 of 3 IR. Has 5.23 ERA (6 ER/10.1 IP) last 8 G w/.341 (14-41) opp. avg. to rise from 2.11 has allowed runs in 7 of 29 G, including 4 of last 8 appearances. Is T7th in A.L. in relief wins (4), had 3 in May to match Lewis in team high for wins in the month has allowed 4 of 22 IR (18.2%) to score, 9th-lowest pct. in the A.L has entered w/ bases loaded 4x has entered in 7th-or-later in 23 of 29 G earned his 1st ML win on 5/2 at TOR. 51 MATT BUSH 2-1-0, 2.00 vs. LHB: 6-for-21 (.286) vs. RHB: 8-for-47 (.170) Suffered 1st career loss and blown save last night in 1st career save opportunity...surrendered game-tying HR in 9th, 1st HR allowed this season...has 19 K s and just 5 BB in 1st 20 ML outings posted 2nd win 6/11 at SEA, escaping bases-loaded jam in 10th career-high 3 K s 6/9 vs. HOU, 3rd TEX reliever with a 3-SO inning in scoreless IP over 1st 5 appearances...opponents still batting.107 (3-28) with 10 K over 10 G in June. Had K s in each of 1st 5 ML outings, 1st Ranger reliever to do that since Yoshinori Tateyama (1st 5 in 2011) and Neftali Feliz (1st 5 in 2009). Pitched perfect 9th in ML debut 5/13 vs. TOR former no. 1 overall pick (Padres in 2004) made ML debut at age Contract purchased from Frisco (AA) 5/13 0-2, 2.65 ERA (5 ER/17.0 IP) and WHIP in 12 relief app. w/ Frisco, 5-for-5 in saves, 1st reg. season action since 2011 held opponents to.158 (9-57) avg. w/ 4 BB/18 SO, 2 HR had 13.3 SO/9 (131 SO/88.2 IP) in minors career, whiffing 35.5% of BF ( ). 58 ALEX CLAUDIO (L) 1-1-0, 4.50 vs. LHB: 6-for-17 (.353) vs. RHB: 17-for-56 (.304) Tossed 2.0 SHO IP Tues. vs. CIN and has appeared in 3 G (2 R-ER/3.1 IP) since recalled 6/13 for 3rd stint w/ TEX in 16 (also 4/13-5/6 and 5/8-6/2) outing 6/13 at OAK was 1st w/ TEX since 6/1 at CLE (walkoff loss in 11th) has allowed baserunners in 11 of 13 G, has permitted 6 of 12 IR to score. Has also made 3 appearances w/ Round Rock (AAA) in 16, posting 5.2 scoreless innings, incl. 3.2 SHO frames over 2 games this month after being optioned on 6/3 when Shawn Tolleson was activated. Career-high 4.1 IP (1 R-ER) on 5/10 vs. CWS for 2nd ML win longest relief win by a Ranger since Dustin Nippert, 9/14/10 vs. DET (also 4.1 IP). 41 JAKE DIEKMAN (L) 1-1-2, 2.86 vs. LHB: 4-for-27 (.148) vs. RHB: 12-for-72 (.167) Has allowed 5 R over 1.2 IP in last 2 G to raise ERA from 1.35 to permitted 3-R HR to Eugenio Suarez on Wed. vs. CIN, snapping a scoreless streak of 14.2 IP that matched longest by a Ranger in 16 (also Hamels) has given up 3 XBH last 2 G (HR, 2 2B) after 2 XBH in 1st 32 outings (2 HR) opponents are batting.109 (5-46) last 16 G. Ranks among A.L. relief leaders in holds (T2nd, 18), opp. avg. (6th,.162), opp. OPS (9th,.525), games (T8th, 34). Opponents when pitching with a lead: 8-for-74 (.108), 8 BB/29 SO has entered w/ game tied or TEX leading in 30 of 34 G runs allowed in 5 of 34 G. 1st 2 career saves on 6/9 vs. HOU and Sat. at STL also earned win 6/7 vs. HOU, 1st win w/ TEX and 1st since 6/22/15 at NYY with Philly holds in 7 straight outings, 5/11-28, T2nd-longest span in team history (Cris Carpenter-9 in 1993; Mike Venafro-7 in 1999). Did not issue an earned run with just 1 BB in 1st 11 outings (8.1 IP) in 2016 until season-high 3 ER on 5/1 vs. LAA. 47 SAM DYSON , 1.93 vs. LHB: 11-for-51 (.216) vs. RHB: 17-for-80 (.213) Saves in 5 straight and 8 of last 9 appearances has gone 13-for-13 in save chances since named closer 5/18, most saves in MLB in that span is 8th in A.L. w/ 15 saves in 16 is 15-for-16 in save tries overall (lone BS on 4/23 at CWS), converting 15 straight - 3rd-longest active streak in A.L his MLBhigh 9 saves in June are 2 shy of matching club record for a month (11 by Wetteland in May 00, Zimmerman in July 01, Nathan in June 13). Owns 1.35 ERA (2 ER/13.1 IP) last 14 G to drop from 2.25 to 1.93 has 1.59 ERA (5 ER/28.1 IP) last 30 G to drop from BB last 27 G/25.1 IP. Has pitched on zero days rest A.L.-high 15 times, 2nd in ML (16-SF s Josh Osich) his 39 appearances are tied for 2nd-most in MLB has allowed just one of 14 IR to score (7.1%), 7th-best pct. in A.L also among A.L. relievers best in pitches per inning (2nd, 13.3) and GB pct. (5th, 63.0). Has allowed runs in 6 of 39 G 6/11 at SEA was 1st career extra-inning save also earned win 6/6 vs. HOU led majors w/ 17 appearances in May, 3rd most outings ever by a Ranger in one month. 77 LUKE JACKSON 0-0-0, 7.04 vs. LHB: 4-for-11 (.364) vs. RHB: 7-for-21 (.333) Seeking 1st action since he was recalled Wed. for 2nd stint with Texas this season (also 5/16-6/8) has allowed runs in 4 of 5 games with Texas this season, with opponents batting.344/.417/.594 allowed just one unearned run over 7.1 innings in 3 relief appearances in latest stint with the Express last appeared on Sun. at Nashville (2.2 IP, 2 H, 1 R-0 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO), recording a season-high in strikeouts. Has gone 1-0, 2.45 (6 ER/22.0 IP) with 27 strikeouts in 16 appearances overall with the Express. 55 CESAR RAMOS (L) 1-3-1, 4.75 vs. LHB: 8-for-29 (.231) vs. RHB: 37-for-112 (.330) Has allowed 2 R over 4.2 IP in 2 relief appearances since taking loss in spot start 6/13 at OAK (3.2 IP, 8 H, 8 R-6 ER) worked 3.0 IP 5/30 at CLE to earn Rangers 1st save of 3.0+ IP since Michael Kirkman on 4/21/13 vs. SEA (3.0 IP) was 2nd career ML save, 1st since 5/31/13, also at CLE. Is 0-1, 4.50 (8 ER/16.0 IP) in 5 relief appearances and is 1-2, 4.95 (11 ER/20.0 IP) in 4 starts, incl. win on 5/21 at HOU had contract purchased and made Texas debut in start on 4/25 vs. NYY (6.0 IP, 9 H, 3 R-ER), taking loss in Rangers 3-1 defeat was 1st start since 5/17/14 at LAA while with TB. 37 SHAWN TOLLESON , 7.43 vs. LHB: 15-for-37 (.405) vs. RHB: 15-for-58 (.259) Has wins in 2 straight appearances, 2nd TEX reliever to do that in 16 (also Barnette, 5/11 and 5/14) has 5.0 scoreless IP last 3 outings has a 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP) in 5 G since being activated from MLB Family Medical Emergency List on 6/3, dropping season ERA from to 7.43 his 2.1 IP on 6/13 at OAK matched career high (2nd time, other 4/29/14 vs. OAK) was inactive, 5/27-6/2, following appearance on 5/25 vs. LAA. Has allowed runs in 6 of last 13 G (14 R-13 ER/13.0 IP) to raise season figure from Removed from closer s role before game on 5/18 in Oakland after permitting walk-off grand slam to K. Davis on 5/17 at OAK converted just 2 saves in 5 chances over 6 appearances from 5/3-17 has 4 blown saves, T3rd in A.L., 11-for-15 in save tries 1st Ranger w/ back-to-back 10-save seasons since Joe Nathan in
4 PAGE 4 RANGERS GAME NOTES SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 BOSTON TEAM BATTING: Team avg. has hovered between.264 and.266 since 6/4 16 H last night was 3rd-highest total this season, most since 18 on 5/25 vs. LAA hitting.274 (93-339) last 7 G to raise season avg. from.264 to.266, 4th in A.L...have.282 avg. ( ) in last 31 G to rise from.254 club has 37 HR in June, 3rd in MLB (BAL-44; TOR-38) team has won 24 of last 29 G when scoring multiple runs ranks among A.L. leaders in sac flies (T1st, 27), runs (3rd, 355), hits (4th, 669), HBP (5th, 30), TB (6th, 1081), and steals (6th, 45) 3rd-fewest walks (187) in A.L season-best 10-G HR streak, 5/24-6/4 club is batting.235 (31-132) w/ RISP last 17 G to drop from.301 to.286, still highest in A.L. and 2nd in MLB (STL-.306) Rangers are batting.295 ( ) over last 15 home games to raise season average from.268 to.281, 5th-highest in A.L. 1 ELVIS ANDRUS.290 AVG, 3 HR, 28 RBI,.336 OBP,.399 SLG SHORTSTOP R/R Fri.: 3-for-5, R, 2 RBI, K, CS Stand:.400 (6-15), 2 R, 2 RBI, SB Streak: 1 G (3-5, R, 2 RBI) Has 3 hits in 4 of his last 11 G, including last night, all matching season highs (7x overall) has hits in 6 of last 11, all multi-hit games, at.372 (16-43) to rise from.273 to.290 3rd HR of the season 6/14 at OAK, which was his 2nd HR in June, 2nd multi-hr month last 3 seasons (2 HR in Aug. 2015) has.381 avg. vs. LHP, 5th in A.L 11-G hit streak, 5/13-25, 2nd-longest by a Ranger in 16. Is 10-for-last-12 in steal attempts after 0-for-first-3 marks 8th season of 10+ steals, tied for club record (also Ian Kinsler). Ranks T8th in A.L. w/ 3 triples, all in 7-G span 4/21-27 hitting.345 w/ RISP, 5-for-last-19 w/ RISP. Has 68 starts at SS his 13 RBI in April were 4th-most RBI in a month in his career 7th on club w/ 28 RBI, 7 in last 18 G, all from 6/ ADRIAN BELTRE.273 AVG, 10 HR, 43 RBI,.325 OBP,.445 SLG THIRD BASEMAN R/R Fri.: 1-for-5, R, K Stand:.200 (3-15), RBI, 3 R, HBP Streak: 3 G (.250, 3-12, RBI, 2 R) Has reached safely in 7 of 8 G since his return from a 7-day absence 6/9-15 with a mild left hamstring strain has not gone more than 2 straight without a hit all season batting.290 (9-31) with a 2B, HBP, 3 RBI, and 4 runs scored in those 8 G to rise from.271 to.273 has reached via H/BB/HBP in 20 of 21 at.301 (25-83) with 3 HR/14 RBI/14 R to rise from.260 signed 2-yr extension thru 2018 on 4/16. 6/16 at OAK was 1st game since leaving early on 6/8 vs. HOU ended consecutive games streak of 151 G that had been 4th-longest in MLB. Ranks among A.L. leaders in RISP avg. (3rd,.365), hits w/ RISP (2nd, 27), and PA per SO (3rd, 9.7). RBI Wed. vs. CIN was career no. 1510, passing M. Mantle (1509) into 53rd all-time 1500th RBI on 5/28 vs. PIT only others to play primarily 3rd base that reached 1500 RBI: Chipper Jones (1623), George Brett (1596), and Mike Schmidt (1595). 5/7 at DET was 28th career multi HR game his 423 career HR are 4th-most ever by a regular 3B and 50th all-time behind Miguel Cabrera (424). Has started 67 G: 66 at 3B and one as DH his.989 (2 E/187 TC) fielding pct. is best among A.L. 3B had 44-game errorless streak end 5/11 vs. CWS, 2nd-longest streak of his career (53 G in 2006) his 2549 career games at 3B are 2nd most all-time behind Brooks Robinson (2870) reached 2,800 hits 5/8 at DET, 50th player in ML history played 2500th career game at 3B 4/22 at CWS, just 8th infielder in ML history w/ 2500 at one position. 61 ROBINSON CHIRINOS.205 AVG, 4 HR, 7 RBI,.311 OBP,.564 SLG CATCHER R/R Fri.: DNP Stand: 0-5, BB Streak: 0 G Is batting.167 (4-24) w/ 3 HR/5 RBI in 9 G/8 GS since return from DL on 6/9, including 1st career PR appearance 6/11 at SEA 2nd career multi-hr game 6/15 at OAK was HBP Sat. at STL on right wrist/forearm, postgame X-rays were negative was on DL 4/10-6/8 with right forearm fracture sustained on Garrett Richards HBP 4/9 at LAA went 2-for-21 in 6 G on rehab w/ Round Rock (AAA) and Frisco (AA). Club s Opening Day catcher, hit.267 (4-15) w/ HR and 2 RBI in 5 G/GS behind plate before his DL stint started 5 of team s 1st 6 games. 17 SHIN-SOO CHOO.241 AVG, 3 HR, 8 RBI,.414 OBP,.426 SLG OUTFIELDER L/L Fri.: 2-for-4, HR, RBI, R, HBP, K Stand:.267 (4-15), 2 HR, 4 RBI, BB, 3 R, HBP Streak: 2 G (.429, 3-7, 2 HR, 2 RBI, BB, 3 R, HBP) Hit 17th career leadoff home run last night, T8th among actives is batting.263 (10-38) w/ 3 HR/7 RBI in 10 G/GS in RF since return from DL on 6/13 all 3 HR off LHP 1st multi-rbi game on Mon. vs. BAL has reached safely in 14 of 16 G in 16, reaching multiple times in 9 G. Played one game w/ TEX from 4/9-6/12 due to a pair of disabled list stints: 4/9-5/19 (right calf strain) and 5/21-6/12 (left lateral hamstring strain) lone game in that span was 5/20 at HOU, walks in both PA s before suffering hamstring injury running bases in 3rd inning. Batted.391 (9-23) w/ 2B, RBI, 3 BB over 7 G on rehab assignment w/ Frisco (AA) and Round Rock (AAA) 6/ G rehab w/ Express during 1st DL. 20 IAN DESMOND.321 AVG, 12 HR, 48 RBI,.371 OBP,.519 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Fri.: 3-for-5, RBI Stand:.583 (7-12), 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB Streak: 6 G (.450, 9-20, 2 HR, 2B, 4 RBI, 2 BB, 4 R, SB) In June:.376 (32-85), 5 HR, 5 2B, 16 RBI, 14 R, reaching safely in 20 of 22, to rise from.297 to season-high.321, 5th in A.L team-high 48 RBI, and 12 HR rank 2nd (Odor-13).batting.389 (49-126) last 31 G since 5/22 to rise from.267. Is among A.L. leaders in multi-hit games (3rd, 31), SB (T4th, 13), hits (4th, 92), runs (T5th, 52), 2B (T7th, 19) ranks among A.L. avg. leaders at home (1st,.378), vs. LHP (2nd,.397) batting.368 (60-163) with.961 OPS in 39 starts batting 2nd since 5/9, is 19-for-42 w/ RISP and his.347 overall avg. w/ RISP is 7th in A.L., while 25 hits w/ RISP are 3rd-most in A.L season-high 4 hits on 6/3 vs. SEA, most since 7/21/14 at COL (5). Has MLB-high 4 go-ahead HR in 7th-or-later in 2016: 5/15 vs. TOR, 5/17 at OAK, 6/7 vs. HOU, 6/16 at OAK most by a Ranger in one season since Nelson Cruz had 5 in 2010 the HR on 5/15 and 5/17 both came w/ club trailing. Homered in only PA Wed. vs. CIN as a reserve, this after 59 straight starts has started 72 of team s 74 G in CF (team-high 45) and LF (27). Made Texas debut on 4/4 vs. SEA after signing with Rangers on Feb. 29 tied for team lead w/ 5 OF assists - also T10th in A.L had 10 putouts in CF on 5/25 vs. LAA, club record by TEX OF in one game. Is batting.418 (51-122) w/ 8 2B, 3B, 7 HR, and 28 RBI over last 30 G at home...is 12-for-28 (.429) w/ 3 2B, a HR, and 9 RBI over 7 G vs. BOS in career. 84 PRINCE FIELDER.205 AVG, 6 HR, 37 RBI,.272 OBP,.324 SLG DH/1B L/R Fri.: 1-for-5, HR, RBI, R, K, GDP Stand:.286 (4-14), 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB Streak: 6 G (.286, 6-21, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, BB) Has exactly one hit in 6 straight (6-21) to match longest this season (also 5/17-23) is batting.199 (30-151) last 41 G to drop from.213 season-high 3 hits 6/11 at SEA 6/11 at SEA was 1st career 9th-inn. HR w/ 2 outs to tie game or give his club a lead is 3-for-last-25 w/ RISP. Has 4 HR/12 RBI last 21 G after a career-long 34-G HR drought from 4/20-5/28 his 14 RBI thru 4/21 were T2nd in A.L among A.L. leaders in sac flies (T3rd, 5) and GWRBI (T7th, 7) has started 69 of 74 at DH (63) and 1B (6) started 3 straight at 1B, 6/ Did not play in 2 straight, 6/4-5, 1st time to miss consecutive games while active since 8/24-25/07 with Milwaukee. Career RBI #1000 on 4/29 vs. LAA on go-ahead single in the 6th one of 13 active players w/ 1000 RBI, including Beltre (1510) Prince (1021) and father, Cecil (1008), join Bobby and Barry Bonds as the only father-son combinations with 1,000 RBI in ML history. 8 BRYAN HOLADAY.244 AVG, 2 HR, 13 RBI,.289 OBP,.415 SLG CATCHER R/R Fri.: DNP Stand: Streak: 0 G Has played twice in last 14 G, no starts since 6/9 vs. HOU 1st career pro game in OF 6/13 at OAK, final 3 innings in LF TEX is 10-1 last 11 starts, winning last 7 has hit safely in 10 of last 14 G at.326 (14-43) with 5 2B, 3B, 2 HR, and 10 RBI to rise from.154 to.244 has RBI in 4 of last 7 G (5 total) 8 of last 13 hits have gone for extra bases matched career high w/ 3 hits 5/10 vs. CWS (3rd time), most as a Ranger. Made his Rangers debut in start at catcher on 4/6 vs. SEA and has 21 total starts behind the plate has thrown out 4 of 12 runners attempting to steal. Was acquired from DET in trade on 3/29 born in Dallas and attended W.T. White HS before playing at TCU in Ft. Worth, where he and family reside. 30 NOMAR MAZARA.287 AVG, 11 HR, 30 RBI,.335 OBP,.438 SLG OUTFIELDER L/L Fri.: 0-for-1, BB, K Stand:.167 (2-12), 2 BB, R Streak: 0 G Go-ahead solo HR in 6th Sun. at STL was 1st long ball since 6/4 is still 5-for-43 (.116) last 11 G to drop from.322 to career-low.287 snapped 0-for- 23 drought last Friday career-best 10-G hit streak 6/1-11, 2nd-longest hit streak by any ML rookie in 16 (LAD s Corey Seager-11 G) career-high 4 hits 6/6 vs. HOU has started 63 games (53 in RF; 10 in LF), tied for team lead w/ 5 OF assists turned 21 on 4/26, currently youngest position player in ML. T1st in A.L. in SF (6) tops A.L. rookies in hits (72), TB (110), RBI (30), multi-hit games (22), and runs (30) 11 HR rank T2nd among A.L. rooks. Named A.L. Rookie of the Month for both April and May, 1st TEX rookie ever to win award twice and just 3rd A.L. rookie to win the award in April & May since it was introduced in 2001 (also TB s Rocco Baldelli and SEA s Ichiro Suzuki) hit.283 (30-106) w/ 7 HR and 17 RBI over 27 G in May team-high 7 HR were most for TEX rookie in a month since July 2008 (Chris Davis-8) in April, batted.324 w/ 2 HR/8 RBI over 18 G. Recalled from Round Rock (AAA) and went 3-for-4 on 4/10 at LAA to tie club record for hits in a ML debut 8th Ranger to HR in ML debut. 18 MITCH MORELAND.231 AVG, 11 HR, 31 RBI,.297 OBP,.431 SLG FIRST BASEMAN L/L Fri.: No PA s as Def. Replacement Stand:.222 (2-9), RBI, R Streak: 0 G Batting.333 (15-45) last 14 G to rise from.206 to of 15 hits in that span for extra bases, 4th on club w/ 23 XBH in 16 season-high 8 G hit streak, 6/8-16 multiple hits 4x since 6/9 after none since 5/17 at OAK 2 straight w/ multiple XBH 6/9-10 has 99 career HR. Had 5 HR in 9 G/7 GS on last road trip and his 11 HR overall are T3rd on club recorded 9th career 2-HR game 6/10 at SEA - 2nd by a Ranger in 16 (Beltre, 5/7 at DET) has 4 of club s last 10 multi-hr efforts 2nd opponent with a 2-HR game at Safeco in 16 (also TB s Steve Pearce on 5/10). Has started 61 G at 1B (58) and DH (3) his.998 (1 E/549 TC) fielding pct. is 2nd in A.L., lone miscue on 5/27 vs. PIT.
5 RANGERS GAME NOTES SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016 BOSTON PAGE 5 12 ROUGNED ODOR.270 AVG, 13 HR, 34 RBI,.294 OBP,.479 SLG SECOND BASEMAN L/R Fri.: 1-for-5, R, 2 K Stand:.154 (2-13), 2 R, HBP Streak: 2 G (.250, 2-8, 2 R, HBP) Batting.310 (13-42) last 11 G to rise from.262 to.270 has team-high 13 HR in 16 his 6 HR in June are T6th in the A.L., T2nd-most by a Ranger in any month in 2016 HR last Fri. at STL was 14th solo HR in 1-0 win in TEX history; 1st career multi-hr game 6/15 at OAK his 25 HR since the 2015 All-Star break also lead all Rangers, 4 more than Beltre (21). Has played 20 G (.288, 23-80, 4 2B, 6 HR, 9 RBI, 16 R) since return from 7-G MLB suspension on 6/4 batting.284 (55-194) last 46 G to rise from.233. GW HR in 11th 6/11 at SEA 2nd career walkoff RBI 6/6 vs. HOU, when he became 1st TEX batter w/ 3 RBI PA s in a game, all to tie or give lead, since Cruz, 9/14/08 at OAK tied club record with 3 2B, 4/30 vs. LAA. Has 62 starts at 2B, one start at DH, and 2 G as PH played in 46 of Rangers 1st 47 G before suspension. 19 JURICKSON PROFAR.352 AVG, 3 HR, 8 RBI,.379 OBP,.516 SLG INFIELDER S/R Fri.: 2-for-4, K Stand:.375 (3-8), HR, 2 RBI, R Streak: 7 G (.360, 9-25, HR, BB, 3 R, 4 RBI) Has hit safely in 7 straight, batting.360 (9-25) is 9-for-33 (.273) last 9 G to drop from.397 to.352, this after career-high 13-G hit streak, longest by a Ranger in 16 2-run HR Tues. vs. CIN and 4 RBI last 3 G go-ahead 2-R single in 8th Sun. at STL hit safely in 1st 13 G w/ PA after recall from Round Rock (AAA) 5/27 to match longest season-opening hit streak in club history (also Al Oliver, 1979) also hit safely in each of 1st 19 career starts in leadoff slot before an 0-for on 6/11 at SEA, longest such streak to begin a career since SEA s David Bell (19) in Is 8-for-14 (2 2B, 3B) w/ a BB when leading off games has 9 starts at 2nd base, 8 at 3B, 2 as DH, 2 at 1B, and one as SS started at 1st base 6/7 vs. HOU, 1st pro game at the position is batting.352 (32-91) in 23 home games. Multiple hits in 5 straight, 5/31-6/5, tied for longest run by Ranger in 16 (also Odor, 5/6-10) had 7-G runs scored streak 5/28-6/4, longest by a Ranger in 16 HR 5/31 at CLE was 1st in ML since 9/26/13 vs. LAA 5/27 vs. PIT was 1st ML game since 9/27/13 vs. LAA. Began season w/ Round Rock, batting.284 (48-169) w/ 5 HR and 26 RBI in 41 games had.353 (12-34) avg. final 8 G w/ the Express. 16 RYAN RUA.288 AVG, 6 HR, 18 RBI,.367 OBP,.482 SLG OUTFIELDER/1B R/R Fri.: 1-for-3, R, K Stand:.167 (1-6), R Streak: 1 G (1-3, R) In his last 24 G/19 GS since 5/22, is batting.333/.434/.603/1.037 (21-63) with 4 HR, 5 2B, 12 RBI, and 16 R club is 14-5 in Rua s starts in that span had 3 HR/6 RBI/7 R in 7 G on last road trip HR 6/14 at OAK in 1st start in cleanup spot. For the season, owns a.400 average and OPS against LH pitching, and the avg. would rank 2nd in A.L. if he qualified. Game-tying HR in 7th on 6/1 at CLE go-ahead 3-R HR in the 8th 5/10 vs. CWS career-high 4 RBI 5/10 vs. CWS, matched season high w/ 3 hits (2x). Had 2 OF assists on 4/24 at CWS, 1st Ranger w/ multiple OF assists since Leonys Martin, 4/25/15 at LAA 1st LF since David Murphy, 4/26/09 at BAL. Has 40 total starts at LF (29), 1B (7), RF (2), CF (1), and DH (1) start in CF Wed. vs. CIN (1st CF start of career)...on O.D. roster for 2nd straight year. 6 BOBBY WILSON.255 AVG, 3 HR, 19 RBI,.287 OBP,.358 SLG CATCHER R/R Fri.: 2-for-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, 2 K Stand:.333 (2-6), 2B, 3 RBI, R Streak: 1 G (2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R) Snapped 0-for-15 with double last night batting.150 (6-40) in June (13 G/12 GS) to drop season avg. from.318 to.255 w/ TEX, has hit.269 (25-93) in 27 G/GS at catcher 5-G hit streak, 5/22-28, one shy of longest career hit streak (6 G, 8/19-30/11) career-high 4 hits 5/25 vs. LAA T4th in A.L. in sac hits (4)...already has a career high in RBI (previous was 15 in 2010). His.358 (19-53) May avg. was 6th highest among A.L. qualifiers 12 RBI in May were 4th among Rangers acquired from DET for LHP Chad Bell 5/3. Had 2 grand slams in 7-day span (5/8 at DET and 5/14 vs. TOR), 1st 2 slams of career 1st Ranger ever with slams for each of his 1st 2 HR in a season 1st Ranger with multiple slams in a season since Nelson Cruz in nd TEX catcher w/ multiple slams in a season (Ivan Rodriguez in 2001). Was 2-for-13 w/ 2 RBI in 5 G/4 GS at C for DET opened season at Toledo (1-3, 2 RBI in 1 G) before being purchased by Tigers on 4/12. Acquired by DET from Texas on 3/29 with RHP Myles Jaye for C Bryan Holaday. Player Total Solo 2-run 3-run GS LHP RHP Home Road GT GA Record Last Hanser Alberto Elvis Andrus /14 at OAK (Coulombe) Adrian Beltre /3 vs. SEA (Walker) Robinson Chirinos /15 at OAK (Axford) Shin-Soo Choo /24 vs. BOS (Price) Delino DeShields /8 at DET (Lowe) Ian Desmond /22 vs. CIN (Hoover) Prince Fielder /24 vs. BOS (Barnes) Bryan Holaday /31 at CLE (Kluber) Nomar Mazara /19 at STL (Leake) Mitch Moreland /19 at STL (Leake) Rougned Odor /17 at STL (Wacha) Jurickson Profar /21 vs. CIN (DeSclafani) Ryan Rua /14 at OAK (Surkamp) Drew Stubbs /14 vs. TOR (Floyd) Bobby Wilson /8 vs. HOU (Keuchel) TOTALS GRAND SLAMS (2): Wilson, 5/8 at DET and 5/14 vs. TOR MULTI-HOMER GAMES (4): Beltre, 5/7 at DET; Moreland, 6/10 at SEA; Chirinos, 6/15 at OAK; Odor, 6/15 at OAK BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (3): Odor/Mazara, 5/7 at DET; Wilson/DeShields, 5/8 at DET; Mazara/Beltre, 5/17 at OAK DATE May 29 May 30 June 3 June 4 June 5 June 6 June 8 June 9 June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14 June 17 June 20 June 21 June 22 June HOME RUNS RECENT TRANSACTIONS TRANSACTION OF Patrick Kivlehan traded to Seattle Mariners for PTBNL or cash considerations. C Robinson Chirinos sent to Frisco (AA) on injury rehab assignment. RHP Shawn Tolleson reinstated from MLB Family Medical Emergency List LHP Alex Claudio optioned to Round Rock (AAA) OF Shin-Soo Choo sent to Frisco (AA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. 2B Rougned Odor reinstated from MLB Suspended List RHP Tom Wilhelmsen recalled from Round Rock (AAA) INF Hanser Alberto optioned to Round Rock RHP Nick Tepesch granted unconditional release at Round Rock. C Robinson Chirinos transferred from Frisco (AA) to Round Rock (AAA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. OF Shin-Soo Choo transferred from Frisco (AA) to Round Rock (AAA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. C Robinson Chirinos and OF Shin-Soo Choo both transferred from Round Rock (AAA) to Frisco (AA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. C Robinson Chirinos reinstated from 60-day disabled list RHP Luke Jackson optioned to Round Rock (AAA) RHP Phil Klein designated for assignment. RHP Justin De Fratus acquired from Seattle Mariners as PTBNL to complete May 29 trade. 1B Ike Davis released from minor league contract. OF Shin-Soo Choo reinstated from the 15-day disabled list LHP Alex Claudio recalled from Round Rock (AAA) RHP Yu Darvish placed on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 9, with right shoulder discomfort OF Jared Hoying optioned to Round Rock (AAA). RHP Nick Martinez recalled from Round Rock (AAA) RHP Tom Wilhelmsen optioned to Round Rock. RHP Tom Wilhelmsen declined outright assignment to Round Rock (AAA), becoming free agent. LHP Neal Cotts signed to minor league contract and assigned to Round Rock (AAA). INF Kyle Kubitza acquired from Los Angeles Angels in exchange for cash considerations. LHP Derek Holland placed on 15-day disabled list with left shoulder inflammation RHP Luke Jackson recalled from Round Rock (AAA). RHP A.J. Griffin reinstated from the 15-day disabled list RHP Colby Lewis placed on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 22, with a strained right latissimus dorsi muscle DISABLED LIST LEADOFF HOMERS (3): Odor, 5/3 at TOR; Odor, 5/7 at DET; Choo, 6/24 vs. BOS PINCH-HIT HOMERS (0): None WALKOFF HOMERS (1): Stubbs, 5/14 vs. TOR INSIDE THE PARK HOMERS (0): None HR BY PITCHERS (0): None Player Type Injury Placed (retro) Reinstated / Eligible Games Missed Record Drew Stubbs 15-day Left little toe sprain May 23 June Yu Darvish 15-day Right shoulder discomfort June 13 (June 9) June Derek Holland 15-day Left shoulder inflammation June 22 (June 21) July Colby Lewis 15-day Right latissimus dorsi strain June 25 (June 22) July Tanner Scheppers 60-day Left knee surgery Feb. 29 June Keone Kela 60-day Right elbow impingement April 21 (April 20) June 17 (transferred to 60 on 4/25) Josh Hamilton 60-day Left knee surgery April 3 (March 25) June 4 (transferred to 60 on 5/7) Luke Jackson 15-day Lower back stress reaction April 3 (March 25) April Chris Gimenez 15-day Lower left leg infection April 3 (March 27) May Shin-Soo Choo 15-day Right calf strain April 10 (April 9) May Yu Darvish 15-day Right elbow surgery April 3 (March 25) May Robinson Chirinos 60-day Right forearm fracture April 10 June Shin-Soo Choo 15-day Left lateral hamstring strain May 23 (May 21) June A.J. Griffin 15-day Right shoulder stiffness May 8 May
Philadelphia Phillies (14-22) at Texas Rangers (20-20) RHP Zach Eflin (0-0, 2.81) vs. RHP Andrew Cashner (0-3, 2.43) Game #41 Home #23 (14-8) Wed., May 17, 2017 Globe Life Park in Arlington 7:05 p.m. (CDT)
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Texas Rangers (36-37) at New York Yankees (40-31) RHP Austin Bibens-Dirkx (2-0, 4.25) vs. RHP Luis Cessa (0-1, 7.36) Game #74 Road #35 (14-20) Sat., June 24, 2017 Yankee Stadium 12:05 p.m. (CDT) FSSW /
2 016 LOS A N G E L E S D O D G E R S MATHLETICS 6-8th GRADE WORKBOOK CLAYTON KERSHAW 2 2 P I T C H E R HEIGHT: 6 3 WEIGHT: 220 BATS: LEFT THROWS: LEFT BORN: 3/19/1988 MLB DEBUT: 5/25/2008 The Los Angeles
Kansas City Royals (7-7) at Texas Rangers (5-10) LHP Danny Duffy (2-0, 1.80) vs. RHP Andrew Cashner (0-1, 5.06) Game #16 Home #7 (2-4) Thurs., April 20, 2017 Globe Life Park in Arlington 7:05 p.m. (CDT)
PRESENTED BY NEWSLET T ER JUNE EDIT ION JR. RANGERS CLUB UPDAT E F REE ACCESS T O T HE KID, S ZONE ON T UESDAY HOME GAMES We have great news, the Jr. Rangers Club has an awesome, new benefit! During all
SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS MEDIA NOTES GAME # 70 HOME GAME # 34 AWAY GAME # 36 MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2015 7:10PM SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS (30-39) VS. TULSA DRILLERS (29-39) St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers Today
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LOS ANGELES DODGERS (2-3) at Arizona Diamondbacks (3-1) LHP Clayton Kershaw (0-1, 1.50) vs. RHP Zack Godley (8-9, 3.37 in 17) Tuesday, April 3, 2018 6:40 p.m. Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Game 6 Road Game 2
2016 SAN DIEGO PADRES ADDITIONAL PLAYER BIOS 34 - Oswaldo Arcia - OF 56 - carter capps - rhp 47 - Paul Clemens - RHP 55 - Jarred cosart - rhp 53 - Christian Friedrich - LHP 52 - Brad Hand - LHP 54 - Keith
Minor League Report June 29, 2017 Organizational Record: 197-131 (.601) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS DOUBLE HEADER: W, 7-6 W, 3-1 VS. SYRACUSE WP: C. Smith (7-0) LP: S. Solis (0-1) SV: J. Feyereisen
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (2-2) at Arizona Diamondbacks (2-1) LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (5-9, 3.77 in 17) vs. RHP Taijuan Walker (9-9, 3.49 in 17) Monday, April 2, 2018 6:40 p.m. Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Game 5 Road Game
Arizona Diamondbacks (58-79) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (77-60) RHP Shelby Miller (2-10, 6.81) vs. RHP Ross Stripling (3-6, 4.15) Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016 7:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 138
NEW YORK METS (4-3) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (3-4) Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 8; Home 5 RHP Matt Harvey (1-0, 2.70) vs. RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 7.20) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
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New York Yankees (34-31) 6, Seattle Mariners (34-32) 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E NY Yankees 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 1 Seattle 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0 NY Yankees AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Gardner,
ABOUT THE A S: Won their first game after the All-Star Break for the second consecutive season and have now won five of the last seven contests are 13-12 over the last 25 games and 40-50 (.444) for the
BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Monday, August 28, 2017 Game #131 Home Game #65 Baltimore Orioles (65-65) vs. Seattle Mariners (66-65)
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BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Wednesday, September 27, 2017 Game #159 Road Game #78 Baltimore Orioles (75-83) at Pittsburgh Pirates
Friday, August 14, 2015 Game #116 (54-61) Fenway Park SEATTLE MARINERS (54-61) at BOSTON RED SOX (50-64) Road #57 (28-28) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: LHP Mike Montgomery (4-4, 3.25) vs.
GAME INFORMATION Safeco Field PO Box 4100 Seattle, WA 98194 TEL: 206.346.4000 FAX: 206.346.4000 www.mariners.com Wednesday, May 30, 2012 SEATTLE MARINERS (22-30) at TEXAS RANGERS (31-19) Game #53 (22-30)
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (24-51) vs SEATTLE MARINERS (39-39) Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Safeco Field 10:10 p.m. EDT Game 76; Road 42 RHP Aaron Nola (4-5, 4.32) vs LHP James Paxton (5-2, 3.39) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
WASHINGTON NATIONALS (2-1) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (1-2) Friday, April 7, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 3:05 p.m. EDT Game 4; Home 1 RHP Max Scherzer (NR) vs. RHP Vince Velasquez (NR) YESTERDAY S ACTION: The
Monday, September 7, 2015 Game #138 (66-71) Safeco Field TEXAS RANGERS (71-64) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (66-71) Home #66 (29-36) TODAY S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Yovani Gallardo (11-9, 3.27)
BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Game #158 Road Game #77 Baltimore Orioles (75-82) at Pittsburgh Pirates (71-85)
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Detroit Tigers (4-2) at Los Angeles Dodgers (6-3) RHP Anibal Sanchez (0-0, 4.50) vs. RHP Josh Beckett (2014 debut) Wednesday, April 9, 2014 7:10 p.m. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA Game 10 Home Game 5
Minor League Report June 2, 2017 Organizational Record: 117-92 (.560) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS YESTERDAY: L, 6-3 VS. COLUMBUS WP: R. Merritt (5-5) LP: J. Feyereisen (0-1) SV: J. Martin (3) RECORD:
Seattle Mariners (42-36) 8, Boston Red Sox (35-43) 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 1 Seattle 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 x 8 10 0 Boston AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Holt, RF.320 5 1 2
Minor League Report August 28, 2015 Organizational Record: 392-371 (.514) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS DOUBLEHEADER: W, 5-0 / L, 6-1 VS. LEHIGH VALLEY WP: C. Hebert (2-0) LP: J. Biddle (2-4) SV: --
Detroit Tigers (4-1) at Los Angeles Dodgers (5-3) RHP Max Scherzer (0-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Dan Haren (1-0, 0.00) Tuesday, April 8, 2014 7:10 p.m. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA Game 9 Home Game 4 (1-2) Night
BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Thursday, September 21, 2017 Game #154 Home Game #78 Baltimore Orioles (73-80) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (74-78)
TORONTO BLUE JAYS MINOR LEAGUE REPORT Games of June 13, 2016 LAST NIGHT S RESULT STANDINGS WINNER/LOSER/SAVE Durham 5, at Buffalo 0 33 31, 5 th, 4.0 L Anderson, J (0 1) OFF DAY 28 34, 4 th, 16.0 NA Dunedin
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Miami Marlins (14-27) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (25-18) RHP Dan Straily (1-3, 3.56) vs. LHP Julio Urías (0-1, 3.43) Saturday, May 20, 2017 7:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 44 Home Game 22
CUBS VS. BREWERS The Cubs and Brewers play 19 games spanning six series, starting with this four-game set at Miller Park the teams will play a four-game series at Wrigley Field, April 26-29 the Cubs have
2015 NATIONAL BASEBALL ARBITRATION COMPETITION Jenrry Mejia v. New York Mets Submission on Behalf of the New York Mets Midpoint: $2.6M Submission by Team 32 Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION AND REQUEST
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (104-58) at Houston Astros (101-61) LHP Clayton Kershaw (3-0, 2.96) vs. LHP Dallas Keuchel (2-2, 3.00) Sunday, October 29, 2017 7:20 p.m. CT Minute Maid Park Houston, TX World Series
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-11) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (13-12) Sunday, April 30, 2017 Dodger Stadium 4:10 p.m. EDT Game 23; Road 12 RHP Nick Pivetta (NR) vs LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (0-4, 4.64) LAST NIGHT S ACTION:
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-12) vs. CHICAGO CUBS (13-11) Monday, May 1, 2017 Wrigley Field 8:05 p.m. EDT Game 24; Road 13 RHP Vince Velasquez (1-2, 6.33) vs LHP Brett Anderson (2-0, 3.54) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 vs. BALTIMORE ORIOLES RH Alex Cobb (8-6, 3.57) vs. RH Ubaldo Jiménez (4-6, 7.19) First Pitch: 12:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio:
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (2-2) vs. CHICAGO CUBS (1-3) Saturday, April 5, 2014 Wrigley Field 2:20 p.m. EDT Game 5; Road 5 Cliff Lee (0-1, 14.40) vs. RHP Jeff Samardzija (0-0, 0.00) YESTERDAY S ACTION: On the
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS (16-6) vs PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (14-8) Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 EDT Game 23; Home 12 RHP Zack Greinke (2-1, 4.13) vs RHP Jake Arrieta (2-0, 2.04) LAST NIGHT
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SPLITSVILLE: The Dodgers today finish out their three-day, fourgame series with the Giants looking for a split after dropping two of the first three contests on this season-long 1-day, 11-game road trip
ABOUT THE A S: The A s have lost each of their last two games after winning five straight the losing streak has dropped the A s back to the.500 mark for the seventh time this year are 10-10 after 20 games
PITTSBURGH PIRATES (70-74) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (65-81) Thursday, September 15, 2016 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 147; Home 73 RHP Chad Kuhl (3-3, 4.09) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (10-13, 3.73)
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (67-52) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (56-65) RHP Ross Stripling (3-4, 4.07) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (8-12, 3.82) Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 7:05 p.m. ET Citizens Bank Park Game 120 Road Game
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (5-9) vs. NEW YORK METS (8-7) Thursday, April 20, 2017 Citi Field 7:10 p.m. EDT Game 15; Road 9 RHP Aaron Nola (1-0, 3.27) vs. RHP Noah Syndergaard (1-0, 0.95) LAST NIGHT S ACTION:
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2017 at TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Jake Faria (5-3, 3.19) vs. RH Marcus Stroman (10-6, 3.00) First Pitch: 7:07 p.m. Location: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ont.. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
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CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs and Cardinals play 19 games spanning six series following this threegame set at Wrigley Field, the teams will meet at Busch Stadium for three games both May 4-6 and June 15-17
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (24-19) vs. DETROIT TIGERS (21-22) Monday, May 23, 2016 Comerica Park 7:10 p.m. EDT Game 45; Road 23 RHP Vince Velasquez (5-1, 2.42) vs. RHP Mike Pelfrey (0-4, 5.49) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017 at SEATTLE MARINERS RH Erasmo Ramirez (3-0, 3.66) vs. LH Ariel Miranda (4-2, 4.22) First Pitch: 4:10 p.m. ET Location: Safeco Field, Seattle, Wash. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620
SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2017 at BOSTON RED SOX RH Matt Andriese (2-1, 3.12) vs. LH Drew Pomeranz (3-2, 5.23) First Pitch: 1:35 p.m. Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM, Radio
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (15-18) at San Diego Padres (12-22) RHP Ross Stripling (0-1, 2.33) vs. LHP Eddie Lauer (0-1, 10.13) Sunday, May 6, 2018 3:10 p.m CDT Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey, Mexico Game
NEW YORK METS (5-3) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (3-5) Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 9; Home 6 RHP Zach Wheeler (0-1, 11.25) vs. RHP Vince Velasquez (0-1, 9.00) YESTERDAY
ATLANTA BRAVES (15-11) vs PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (16-10) Sunday, April 29, 2018 Citizens Bank Park 1:35 EDT Game 27; Home 16 RHP Brandon McCarthy (3-0, 3.38) vs RHP Vince Velasquez (1-3, 4.50) LAST NIGHT
San Diego Padres (56-79) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGS (75-60) LHP Christian Friedrich (4-10, 4.84) vs. RHP José De León (Major League debut) Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016 1:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017 vs. LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Matt Andriese (4-1, 3.75) vs. RH Daniel Wright (0-0, 5.54) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: None Radio: WDAE 620
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Thursday, May 31, 2018 Game #56 (33-22) Safeco Field SEATTLE MARINERS (33-22) vs. TEXAS RANGERS (24-34) Home #29 (16-12) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: LHP Wade LeBlanc (0-0, 2.70) vs. LHP
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LOS ANGELES DODGERS (80-61) at Miami Marlins (70-72) RHP Kenta Maeda (14-8, 3.29) vs. RHP Jose Urena (3-6, 5.54) Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016 1:10 p.m. ET Marlins Park Miami, FL Game 142 Road Game 68 (33-34)
Sunday, April 22, 2018 Game #20 (11-8) Globe Life Park SEATTLE MARINERS (11-8) at TEXAS RANGERS (7-15) Road #10 (6-3) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Erasmo Ramirez ( 18 debut) vs. LHP
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FISH BITES MIAMI MARLINS (43-65) RHP Jose Ureña (1-5, 4.37) at ATLANTA BRAVES (48-60) RHP Matt Wisler (5-2, 4.44) TURNER FIELD, ATLANTA, GA Thursday, August 6, 2015 7:10 P.M. The Marlins and Braves open
Colorado Rockies (73-80) LOS ANGELES DODGERS (87-66) RHP Jon Gray (10-8, 4.42) vs. LHP Scott Kazmir (10-6, 4.59) Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 7:20 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 154 Home Game 79