1 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) FSSW / FM / 1270 AM RANGERS AT A GLANCE Overall Home Road Standing... T2nd, -8.0 GB Homestand One-Run Run HR No HR White w/ Blue w/ Red Gray Alt. Blue Blue Home Blue Road Alt. Red (all home) Special 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...6-3/5-11/11-14 vs. AL Central /0-0/5-5 vs. AL East /0-0/0-0 Interleague /1-1/4-1 Series /1-4-1/5-7-1 Series Openers /2-4/7-7 Series Finales...5-2/3-3/8-5 Rubber Games /1-2/2-3 WINS AND LOSSES: The Rangers topped the Phillies, 5-1, in last night s series opener and has won a season-best 7 straight (see below) club is 6-0 to begin this 8-game, 9-day homestand against SD (2-0), OAK (3-0), and PHI (1-0) team is 9-3 in last 12 G and since 4/20, but is 12-9 in last 21 G team is 9-6 (.600) in May, T3rd-best win pct. in A.L. (HOU-.800, 12-3 and NYY-.615, 8-5), and T2nd-most wins in the league this month (HOU-12) at (.500) on the year, Rangers are tied for the 7th-highest win pct. in the A.L. and team s 20 wins are T5th-most in the league currently at the.500 mark for the 1st time in 17, this after reaching season-high 7 games under.500 with loss on 5/8 at SD before the start of the current win streak team was at this point last year after holding a mark in 2015 after 41 G, Texas was in 2016 and in 2015 Rangers lost a season-high 4 straight, 4/30-5/3. Despite the 7-G win streak, Texas has gained just a halfgame in the division since the start of the streak on 5/9... Rangers have shaved their division deficit on only 3 dates this month Rangers have at least a share of 2nd place for the 4th consecutive day...current 8.0-G deficit in A.L. West matches the 2nd-largest club has faced in 17 (season-high is 8.5 GB). STREAK AT SEVEN: The Rangers current season-best 7-game win streak is the longest active run in MLB, T2nd-longest streak in MLB and 2nd-longest in A.L. in 2017 the only longer win streak in the majors this year was by NYY (8 G, 4/9-17)...club has not won 8 consecutive games since 8/4-12/13 Texas had not had a win streak this long fall so early in the season since 8 in a row, 4/12-21/12 some notes on the streak: Club has batted.288 (64-222) with 42 R (6.0 R/G) and an.822 OPS during the win streak, raising team s season figure from.215 to.228, highest since 4/14 (.238)...the.295 figure since 5/9 is best in the A.L. and 3rd in MLB (MIL-.324; ARI-.299) pitching staff has compiled a 2.43 ERA (17 ER/63.0 IP) since 5/9, lowest in MLB in that stretch, dropping season mark from 4.06 to BEATING BULLPENS: The Rangers scored twice against the Phillies bullpen last night on Mike Napoli s 2-run home run in the 8th inning...during the club s current win streak, Texas has scored 21 runs against opposing bullpens, while also pinning losses on the opposing relievers in 5 of 7 games... some numbers for the Rangers against opposing bullpens prior to and during the current win streak: OPPOSING BULLPENS VS. THE RANGERS IN 2017 W-L BS ERA AVG WHIP IR IRS Prior to win streak During win streak NIFTY FIFTY: Yu Darvish notched his 50th career win last night in his 109th career appearance/start of the now 15 pitchers in Rangers history to record 50-or-more wins, Kevin Brown was previously the fastest (in terms of career appearances, not strictly appearances w/ TEX), recording win no. 50 in career outing no. 115 on 8/2/92 vs. CAL...according to Elias, Darvish reached 50 wins the second-fastest of any major-league pitcher born in Asia...Chien-Ming Wang, born in Taiwan, improved to in his 87th big-league game...the next-fastest after Wang and Darvish: Japanese born Daisuke Matsuzaka (112), Japanese born Hisashi Iwakuma (121), and Japanese born Hideo Nomo (124). Darvish improved to 8-2 with a 2.19 ERA (23 ER/94.2 IP) over 14 career starts in Interleague play...his ERA is now the lowest in the history of Interleague play among pitchers with at least 12 starts. LUCROY AND THE PHILLIES: Jonathan Lucroy has multiple hits in 4 of his last 5 games, and is batting.375/.432/.525 over his 1st 11 games in May...the 2 hits for Lucroy last night extended his current hit streak against the Phillies to 9 games, T4th-longest among active players (Adrian Gonzalez-17, Buster Posey-15, Joe Mauer-12)...Lucroy has posted the 4th-highest career average (.366, ) vs. the Phillies among active players (min. 100 PA) behind only Posey (.398, ), Starling Marte (.398, 37-93), and Ryan Braun (.375, ). Lead after /5-5/12-7 Lead after /5-2/15-4 Lead after /5-1/15-2 Trail after /0-5/3-10 Trail after /0-8/2-13 Trail after /0-10/2-16 Tied after /1-2/5-3 Tied after /1-2/3-3 Tied after /1-1/3-2 Decided 7th/later...7-3/1-7/8-10 Shutouts /2-1/3-1 Decided final AB...4-2/1-4/5-6 Walk-off games ALL-TIME HOME RUN LIST Rank HR Player Carl Yastrzemski Miguel Cabrera Jeff Bagwell 449 Vladimir Guerrero Adrian Beltre Dave Kingman Jason Giambi ALL-TIME HITS LIST Rank H Player Roberto Clemente Sam Rice Sam Crawford Willie Keeler Frank Robinson Adrian Beltre Barry Bonds INTERLEAGUE PLAY: The Rangers are in a stretch of playing 7 of 10 games against N.L. foes, having gone 4-1 in that span...club won last night s series opener w/phi and took 3 of 4 in a home-and-home series vs. SD last week Texas has won 4 straight, 6 of 7, 11 of 15, 23 of 33, 32 of 49, and 35 of last 56 vs. N.L club s (.612) mark vs. N.L. since 2010 is 2nd-best in MLB in that span to only Boston (.632, 91-53) club has posted a winning season vs. N.L. in each of the last 2 campaigns, and have gone.500-or-better against senior circuit for 10 straight years beginning 2007 all-time, the Rangers are in Interleague play. At home: Rangers have won 5 straight, 9 of 12, 18 of 27, 19 of 29, and 21 of last 32 vs. N.L. in Arlington, going in such contests beginning 6/22/10 Texas is in last 21 home series vs. senior circuit. SERIES STUFF: The 3-0 weekend vs. OAK marked the 3rd time this season for Texas to win all games of a series (4-0 vs. KC from 4/20-23; 2-0 vs. SD from 5/10-11) club has won consecutive series for 2nd time in 17 (also 2 in a row, 4/7-13 vs. OAK and at LAA)...Texas has not won 3 consecutive series since 9/19-28/16 vs. LAA (2-1), OAK (2-1), and MIL (2-1). AT HOME: Texas is 14-8 (.636) at home, T5th-best mark in A.L club has won 6 straight, 8 of 10, 13 of 17, and 14 of last 19 in Arlington last longer win streak at home was a 7-gamer, 8/27-9/3/16 after playing 15 of 25 April games at home, will play just 11 of 29 G this month at Globe Life Park since start of 16, Rangers (.650) record at home is best in A.L. and 3rd-best in the majors (CHC-.663, 65-33; LAD-.660, 66-34) club is batting.245/.323/.418/.742 at home compared to.207/.285/.381/.666 on the road the club s ERA at home (3.39) is nearly a run lower than its road figure (4.28). RISP-Y BUSINESS: Last night marked the club s 1st win of the season without recording a hit with runners in scoring poisition...in fact, it was the 1st time for the Rangers to win a 9-inning game in which it had 7-or-more hitless at-bats with RISP since 8/2/15 vs. SF (0-for-7 in 2-1 win). FEWER FREEBIES: During the club s 7-game win streak, Texas starters have averaged just 1.71 BB/9, the lowest rate of any ML team in that stretch...rangers pitchers have issued 3-or-fewer walks in each of their last 8 games, the longest streak by the club since 10 consecutive games, 5/22-6/2/13... during this current stretch Texas pitchers also have zero HBP and just 3 wild pitches. DEFENSE DEPT.: The Rangers committed an error last night, ending a season-best 8-game errorless streak...since committing a season-high 3 errors twice in a 3-game span, 5/1-3, the Rangers have compiled a.991 fielding percentage, 5th-best in the A.L. and 6th-highest in the majors. VS. PHILADELPHIA: Rangers are 6-7 all-time vs. Phillies, including 5-2 in Arlington, winning both series here (6/29-27/08 and 3/31-4/2/14) the season-opening series in 2014 was also the last overall meeting between the teams, and TEX posted a pair of walk-off victories to finish that 3-G set. SHORTS: Matt Bush has a 1.61 ERA (8 ER/44.2 IP) over his last 40 outings dating back to 7/30/16, 8th-lowest of any ML pitcher with at least 40 appearances in that span...tonight s game will feature starting pitchers with 2 of the 3 lowest opp. avg with RISP this season (min IP)...Andrew Cashner has held opponents 1-for-26 (.038) with RISP, while Zach Eflin ranks 3rd at.080 (2-25). UPCOMING PROBABLES, TIMES & BROADCASTS Date Opponent Pitchers - Texas vs. Opponent Time (CDT) TV/Radio Thursday, May 18 vs. Philadelphia LHP Martin Perez (1-5, 3.89) vs. RHP Nick Pivetta (0-2, 6.14) 1:05 FSSW/105.3/1270 Friday, May 19 at Detroit RHP Nick Martinez (0-2, 5.04) vs. LHP Daniel Norris (2-2, 4.34) 6:10 FSSW/105.3/1270 Saturday, May 20 at Detroit RHP A.J. Griffin (4-0, 3.15) vs. RHP Justin Verlander (3-3, 4.47) 6:15 FOX/105.3/99.1 Sunday, May 21 at Detroit RHP Yu Darvish (4-2, 2.76) vs. LHP Matthew Boyd (2-3, 5.18) 7:05 ESPN/105.3/1270 * For radio broadcasts, most games are on The Fan All games are broadcast in Spanish on KFLC 1270 AM All FSSW telecasts can also be viewed on FSGO app.
2 PAGE 2 TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER #54 Andrew Cashner, RHP (0-3, 2.43) TONIGHT: The 30-year-old right-hander is slated to make his 7th start of the season tonight in the middle game of this 3-game series with Philadelphia here in Arlington...is winless in his 1st 6 starts with Texas despite posting 4 quality starts, as the club has supported him with 1.62 runs per start will be starting on regular 4 days rest including off day Monday...did not factor into the decision of a 5-2 Texas win on Friday vs. OAK (6.0 IP, 1 R-ER)...has quality starts in 3 straight and 4 of last 5 outings...has 6.0+ IP and 2-or-fewer ER allowed in 3 straight starts without collecting a win, T2nd longest streak in franchise history (Nolan Ryan/Joe Coleman-4)...has compiled a 1.93 ERA (6 ER/28.0 IP) over his last 5 starts, and has 15 strikeouts to 17 walks in that span his 5.40 BB/9 are 5th-most among qualifying ML starters still seeking his 1st career win in his native state Texas is 2-4 in Cashner s starts this season...began the season on the DL with upper right biceps soreness and was activated on 4/15 prior to start at SEA signed with Texas as a free agent on 11/21/16 after spending last season with Padres and Marlins. LAST START: Took a no decision on Friday vs. OAK (6.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R-ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 1 HR, 98 pitches/57 strikes), a 5-2 Texas win...marked his 3rd straight quality start...only run allowed came on solo home run by Matt Joyce on a full count in the 5th, and Rangers scored 4 runs to win in the 9th, capped by Joey Gallo s walk-off homer...issued season-low one walk after walking at least 3 in each of previous 5 starts, and matched season-low with 2 SO...LH hitters went 3-for-9 w/ 2B and HR after entering game with.176 (9-51) average...has posted 6.0+ IP while allowing 5-or-fewer hits and 2-or-fewer earned runs in 3 straight starts, the longest such streak of his career since doing so in 6 straight starts from 9/10/13-4/11/2014. VS. PHILADELPHIA/INTERLEAGUE: Making 7th-career start vs. PHI...is 3-1 with a 2.55 ERA (12 ER/42.1 IP) in 12 G/6 GS in career vs. Philadelphia, T2ndlowest ERA and T2nd-most wins against any opponent...made 3 starts vs. Phillies last season, going 1-0 with a 3.77 ERA (6 ER/14.1 IP) for San Diego and Miami last win as a starter came with Marlins on 9/7/16 vs. PHI (5.1 IP, 0 R), a span of 10 starts...is 3-9 with a 3.67 ERA (44 ER/108.0 IP) in 23 G/16 GS career in Interleague play. IN ARLINGTON: Making 4th start of season at Globe Life Park...has gone 0-1 with a 1.69 ERA (3 ER/16.0 IP) in 3 GS here this season...home ERA figure (1.69) ranks 8th among A.L. starters with 3+ home starts...has received one combined run of support in 3 home starts in opponents batting.232 (13-56) w/ 6 XBH (3 HR, 3 2B) here in Arlington...made home debut in the Rangers 1-0, 13-inning win on 4/20 vs. KC...matched a career high with 6 walks in an 8-1 loss on 4/25 vs. MIN...prior to this season, had only appeared as a pinch runner at this park twice during a series in RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION: Cashner has held opponents to 1-for-26 (.038) w/ RISP this season, the lowest mark in MLB (min IP)...tonight s counterpart Zach Eflin ranks T3rd (.080, 2-25), and teammate Yu Darvish is 2nd (.050, 2-40)...opposing hitters are 0-for-12 w/ RISP and 2 outs off Cashner... overall, opponents are 6-for-57 (.105) with men on base. WHERE IS THE LOVE?: Cashner received just one run of support in his last start after getting a season-high 3 runs of support in previous outing...received no runs in his 1st 3 starts...texas did not score with Cashner on the mound in his 1st 16.1 innings this season...this season, run support average (1.62) is 3rd-lowest among MLB starters (KC s Ian Kennedy-1.26; LAD s Hyun-Jin Ryu-1.47)... career 3.60 run support average as a starter is lowest among MLB starters since : Is tied for the 12th-most walks in the A.L...among ML pitchers with at least 6 starts, has the 5th-highest BB/9 (5.40) and 8th-highest GIDP/9 (1.62) behind teammate Martin Perez (6th-1.64)...has the 2nd-lowest K/9 rate (4.59) among MLB starters w/ 6+ GS (PHI s Jeremy Hellickson-3.71)...has gone winless in his 1st 6 starts of the season for the 1st time in his career...lucroy has caught all 6 starts has posted similar numbers against lefties and righties, as opposing LH hitters are 12-for-60 (.200) with 4 XBH (2 2B, 2 HR) and RH hitters are 13-for-58 (.224) with 5 XBH (3 2B, 3B, HR) opponents leading off an inning are 6-for-29 (.2017) w/ 3 XBH (2 2B, HR), 7 BB, and 6 SO...opponent by time through order, 1st PA:.222 (10-45); 2nd PA:.196 (9-46); 3rd PA:.222 (6-27). I LIKE TEXAS: Is the 1st native-born Texas pitcher to start for the Rangers since Mesquite s Jason Jennings (6 starts in 2008) the Conroe native is still seeking his 1st career win in his native state, as he has gone winless in 3 G/GS at Globe Life Park and in 7 G/2 GS at Minute Maid Park in his career. RETURN FROM INJURY: Missed majority of spring training with upper right biceps soreness that was orginally diagnosed on 3/2 saw Dr. Greg Pearl in Dallas and received 2 injections on 3/10 threw a bullpen on 3/17 in his 1st return to the mound since the injury earned the save (3.0 IP, 0 R-ER) in only A game appearance on 3/31 vs. KC at Globe Life Park in Arlington RANGERS GAME NOTES WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 PHILADELPHIA CASHNER S MAJOR LEAGUE RECORD W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / CASHNER VS. PHILADELPHIA W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / CASHNER AT GLOBE LIFE PARK W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER HR BB SO / Career / HIGHS CAREER HIGHS Innings: 6.0, 4x, last May 12 vs. OAK Innings: 9.0, 3x, last Sept. 15, 2014 vs. PHI Hits: 5, 3x, last May 12 vs. OAK Hits: 11, June 1, 2015 vs. NYM Runs: 4, April 15 at SEA Runs: 8, July 8, 2016 at LAD ER: 3, April 15 at SEA ER: 8, July 8, 2016 at LAD SO s: 5, May 7 vs. SEA SO s: 12, June 1, 2015 vs. NYM Walks: 6, April 25 vs. MIN Walks: 6, 2x, last April 25, 2017 vs. MIN HR: 2, April 25 vs. MIN HR: 4, July 8, 2016 at LAD Pitches: 98, May 12 vs. OAK Pitches: 121, Aug. 27, 2015 at WAS CG s: N/A CG s: 3, last Sept. 15, 2014 vs. PHI Low-Hit CG: N/A Low-Hit CG: 1, 2x, April 11, 2014 vs. DET CG SHO s: N/A CG SHO s: 3, last Sept. 15, 2014 vs. PHI Win Streak: N/A Win Streak: 3, 3x, last Sept. 9-20, & CAREER SPLITS 2017 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) Cashner vs. Philadelphia PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO Altherr Blanco Franco Galvis Hellickson Hernández Herrera Joseph Rupp Saunders Eflin vs. Texas PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI SO None have faced CASHNER S 2017 DAY-BY-DAY Date Opp. Score Dec. ERA IP H R ER HR BB-I SO Left Game Pitches 4/15 at SEA 0-5 L Trailing /48 4/20 vs. KC 1-0 (13) Tied /53 4/25 vs. MIN 1-8 L Trailing /51 April Totals /1 at HOU 2-6 L Leading /49 5/7 at SEA Leading /56 5/12 vs. OAK Tied /57 May Totals Season Totals threw 76 pitches in an extended spring training game on 4/10 in Surprise (5.0 IP, 0 R-ER) was due to start for Double-A Frisco that night, but was sent to extended spring due to inclement weather forecast in the DFW area majority of work this spring came against SD minor leaguers. CAREER: Was signed by Rangers as a free agent on 11/21/16 the Conroe, Texas native split 2016 between SD and MIA (traded to MIA on 7/29/16), going 5-11 in 28 G/27 GS with 2 stints on the disabled list averaged 26 starts and innings over his 4 full seasons as a major league starter from was the Padres Pitcher of the Year in 2013 with a career-best 10 wins and a 3.09 ERA made his big league debut with Cubs in 2010 before trade to SD prior to 2012 season was a 4-time selection in MLB June draft before signing with the Cubs as a 1st-round selection in 2008 pitched that spring at TCU, leading team in wins after a 2-year career at Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas. TOMORROW S SCHEDULED STARTER LHP MARTIN PEREZ (1-5, 3.89 ERA in 8 games/starts) The 26-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his 9th start and appearance of the season in tomorrow s homestand finale against the Phillies is 0-1, 2.92 (4 ER/12.1 IP) w/ 2 BB-1 IBB and 8 SO over 1st 2 starts in May, both quality starts has gone 0-4, 4.88 (15 ER/27.2 IP) w/.319 (36-113) opp. avg. over his last 5 starts after going 1-1 with a 2.20 ERA (4 ER/16.1 IP) and.290 opp. average through his 1st 3 outings his 5 losses are tied for most in A.L., and his 21 BB rank T8th-most his 1.70 WHIP is 4th-highest among A.L. qualifiers (BAL s Kevin Gausman is at 1.86) has averaged A.L.-low 2.25 runs of support per 9 innings (11 RS/44.0 IP), the 2nd-lowest figure in MLB (PIT s Gerrit Cole is at 1.98), netting 2-or-fewer runs of support in 7 of his 8 starts - including 6 in a row Rangers run support in Perez s 8 starts: will start on extra 6 days rest after being slotted behind Cashner in this turn after Monday s off day took ND in Rangers 5-2 walk-off win on Thurs. vs. SD (6.1 IP, 7 H, 2 R-ER, 2 BB-1 IBB, 3 SO, 0 HR, 90 pitches/58 strikes) to snap drought in which he had taken loss in 4 consecutive starts departed the game down 1-0 with one out and bases loaded in the 7th inning completed a season-high 6.1 IP all 7 hits allowed were singles permitted the leadoff batter to reach in 2 of 7 innings took ND in lone career outing vs. Phillies on 4/1/14 in Arlington (5.2 IP, 7 H, 2 R-ER), a Rangers 3-2 walk-off win in 2nd game of the campaign will be making 2nd Interleague start of 17 (see last start), and is 4-5, 4.46 (42 ER/84.2 IP) in 14 G/GS career in Interleague pitched for Team Venezuela in the 2017 World Baseball Classic won by the United States made a team-best 33 starts in 2016, the only member of the Texas rotation to not miss a start last season matched a career high with 10 wins and pitched a career-high innings.
3 RANGERS GAME NOTES WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 PHILADELPHIA 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 Lucroy Stolen bases against pitchers: 0-for-0 (0 SB, 0 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 39 Dario Alvarez (L) 5/14 vs. OAK (W, 2-0) /0 7/11 15/8 11/14 1/0 56 Austin Bibens-Dirkx 5/1 at Memphis (start) Tony Barnette 5/13 vs. OAK (W, 1-0) /2 6/14 9/5 28/11 0/0 51 Matt Bush 5/16 vs. PHI /5 11/14 1/0 10/18 3/0 58 Alex Claudio (L) 5/16 vs. PHI /2 12/15 9/2 27/5 0/0 47 Sam Dyson 5/14 vs. OAK /3 8/13 0/0 32/10 2/0 23 Jeremy Jeffress 5/14 vs. OAK /0 12/20 13/1 35/5 0/0 50 Keone Kela 5/13 vs. OAK /1 9/13 7/1 13/13 0/1 Totals 6/14, 38.5% 74/115, 62.7% 66/21, 31.7% 195/100 8/1 TEAM PITCHING: Staff has a 2.43 ERA (17 ER/63.0 IP) during current 7-G win streak to drop season figure from 4.06 to 3.77, 5th-best in the A.L. and the club s 3rd-lowest figure all season (3.66 on 4/24; 3.69 on 4/23) have a 2.64 ERA (32 ER/109.0 IP) last 12 G to drop from 4.27 staff s 3.59 ERA in May (53 ER/133.0 IP) is lowest in the A.L. and 3rd-lowest in MLB have 3-BB-or-less in 8 straight, this after 15 instances in 1st 32 G club s 138 BB are 4th-most in A.L., while 263 SO rank 14th staff has 11 BB/36 SO over current 7-G win streak staff s 3 SHO are T2nd in A.L. (CLE-4). STARTERS: Rotation has quality starts in 6 of 7 and 9 of last 11, 1st in A.L. and 2nd in MLB w/ 25 QS in 17 (WAS-26) staff has a 2.75 ERA (23 ER/75.1 IP) last 12 G to drop season ERA from 3.67 to MLB-best 3.38 have 3.67 ERA (51 ER/125.0 IP) last 21 G to rise from 3.04 have MLB-low one start of allowing 5+ R rank 3rd in A.L. with IP and.238 opp. avg., but staff is tied for A.L. lead w/ 91 BB (also DET) despite the win streak, last night s win for Darvish was rotation s 1st since Griffin s CG SHO on 5/9 at SD starters are 3-5 since 4/30 despite the current MLB-leading ERA. RELIEVERS: Bullpen has allowed just 3 R-ER in 6 G/17.2 IP w/ 2 BB/12 SO on the homestand has a 2.12 ERA (7 ER/29.2 IP) in 10 G since 5/5 to drop season mark from 5.36 to 4.56, 10th in A.L have 3.70 ERA (30 ER/73.0 IP) last 24 G since 4/20 to drop from 5.89 have retired 8 straight 1st batters faced have permitted just 2 of last 7 IR to score team is 6-for-14 in save tries, converting 4 of last 5, and 6 saves are 2nd-fewest in A.L. (CWS-5) club s 8 blown saves are T5th-most in A.L., just one blown save since 5/3 pen s 8 losses are T3rd-most in A.L., and staff s 96 SO are fewest in the league. 39 DARIO ALVAREZ (L) 2-0-0, 2.79 vs. LHB: 4-for-17 (.235) vs. RHB: 7-for-22 (.318) Earned win on Sun. vs. OAK, his 1st outing in 8 days matched career high with 3 runs allowed in last road outing 5/6 at SEA (3x, last 9/17/16 vs. OAK), 1st runs allowed in 17 has allowed 8 of 15 (53.3%) inherited runners to score, 7th-highest pct. in A.L. LHB are 1-for-10 w/ 2 BB and 3 SO over last 7 G has whiffed just 4 of 25 BF last 6 outings, this after K s on 7 of 22 BF in 1st 5 appearances. 1st batter has reached in 5 of 11 no ER allowed over 1st 8.0 IP/9 G season-high 2.0 IP on 4/20 vs. KC, scoreless 12th/13th to earn his 1st win w/ TEX. Has not allowed a run at home in 17 (5 G, 4.2 IP). 43 TONY BARNETTE 1-0-0, 5.14 vs. LHB: 3-for-21 (.143) vs. RHB: 16-for-36 (.444) Earned win on Sat. vs. OAK despite run allowed one R-ER allowed last 3 G/5.2 IP to drop season ERA from 7.56 to 5.14 in back-to-back outings 5/1 and 5/4 at HOU, charged w/ 4 R-ER in 0.1 IP, as Astros went 6-for-7 in those 2 G career-high 3 R allowed 5/1 at HOU, taking blown save (both IR scored). Career highs in innings (3.0) and pitches (37) on 5/5 at SEA 1st TEX reliever to enter game in 9th-or-later and toss 3.0 SHO IP since Matt Harrison, 4.0 IP on 7/19/10 at DET. 1st batters faced are 7-for-10 with a BB and SF in last 12 G has allowed 5 of 9 (55.6%) inherited runners to score, T5th-highest pct. in A.L has permitted IR to score in 4 of last 9 outings is 0-for-3 in career save chances. Barnette in 7 career Interleague outings: 2-0 w/ 9.0 SHO IP opponents batting.161 (5-31) w/ one XBH. 56 AUSTIN BIBENS-DIRKX 0-0-0, vs. LHB: 0-for-0 (.000) vs. RHB: 0-for-0 (.000) Had contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on 5/7 and is still seeking ML debut was 0-2 with a 3.04 ERA (8 ER/23.2 IP) over 6 G/3 GS for Round Rock last started for the Express on 5/1 at Memphis (5.0 IP, 6 H, 2 R-ER, 1 BB, 5 SO, 90 pitches/60 strikes) in 3 relief appearances in minors: no record, a 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP) and 9 SO. Signed with Texas as a minor league free agent on 6/17/16 and has pitched in 318 G over 12 minor league seasons since his selection by Seattle in the 16th round of the 2006 June draft. 51 MATT BUSH 2-0-4, 1.23 vs. LHB: 4-for-27 (.148) vs. RHB: 5-for-25 (.200) Has saves in 3 of 7 games on current winning streak, finishing 4 of the 7 G opposition is 1-for-last-10 w/ no BB and 3 SO. Has allowed one unearned run over 11 G/11.0 IP since returning from injection in his right AC joint on 4/12, lowering ERA from 4.91 to 1.23, 9th in A.L opponents are 6-for-38 (.158) w/ one double and 14 K s in those 11 outings. In 14 G this season, opponents batting.173 (9-52) w/ 4 BB/19 SO 3 of 4 BB came in back-to-back outings, 5/4 and 5/5. Is 4-for-5 in save chances this season, converting all 4 tries (4/23 vs. KC, Wed. vs. SD, Sat. and Sun. vs. OAK) since assuming the closer role. Allowed runs in 2 of 1st 3 outings before his injection and did not pitch 4/10-15 allowed game-tying HR by Encarnacion in season opener 4/3 vs. CLE that resulted in blown save, snapping scoreless streak of 15.2 IP dating to 2016 (reg. and postseason). 58 ALEX CLAUDIO (L) 1-0-1, 2.45 vs. LHB: 4-for-19 (.211) vs. RHB: 11-for-45 (.244) In 5 relief outings since spot start on 5/2 at HOU: 4.1 IP, 5 H, 2 R-ER, HR, 2 BB, 2 SO has allowed 5 R-ER in 9.0 IP over 7 G/1 GS in May, and took blown save on 5/7 at SEA, allowing 2 of 3 IR to score. Over 15 relief outings this season: 14.1 IP, 11 H, 2 R, 4 BB, 6 SO,.229 opp. avg. (11-48) LHB are 2-for-15 since 4/16. Saw 1st ML start (5/2 at HOU IP, 3 ER, career-high 65 pitches) and 1st career save (5/5 at SEA) in same week, just 9th pitcher (since 1969) w/ 1st start and save in a 4-day span the 5/2 start was a last-minute effort in place of injured Cole Hamels. 47 SAM DYSON 1-4-0, vs. LHB: 12-for-22 (.545) vs. RHB: 10-for-35 (.286) Has posted back-to-back scoreless outings on current homestand (2.0 IP, 4 H) has permitted one R-ER in 5 G/5.1 IP in May to drop season ERA from to season-low Activated from the disabled list 4/28 and has allowed 2 R-ER in 7 G/8.1 IP, permitting solo HRs to Jefry Marte in 9th on 4/30 vs. LAA and Kyle Seager on 5/7 at SEA on DL from 4/17-27 w/ right hand contusion sustained when he attempted to barehand a comebacker in outing on 4/16 at SEA. Among A.L. relievers, has 2nd-most losses and T2nd-most blown saves (3) had just 3 losses w/ TEX in , and had 5 BS in 2016 opponents batting.386 (22-57) w/ 8 BB/2 SO has faced 46 batters since last SO on 4/11 at LAA (Ben Revere). Appeared in back-to-back games, 4/24-25, with Triple-A Round Rock on a rehab assignment (2.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R-ER, 1 BB, 2 SO). 23 JEREMY JEFFRESS 1-2-0, 4.32 vs. LHB: 5-for-16 (.313) vs. RHB: 16-for-49 (.327) Has 4 straight scoreless outings (4.0 IP) to lower ERA from 5.68 to 4.32 last 10 G: 6 R-ER in 10.0 IP to raise ERA from season-low 2.70 opponents in those 10 G: 17-for-42 (.405) w/ HR, 7 BB-1 IBB, 5 SO 1st batters have reached in 8 of those 10 G after doing so just once in 1st 10 outings matched career high with 3 BB on 5/4 at HOU (4x, last 9/23/12 vs. CLE). T2nd in A.L. with 20 appearances 9 of 20 outings have been <3 outs has allowed just 1 of 13 (7.7%) inherited runners to score, T3rd-lowest pct. in A.L. Both losses in 17 are to Angels (4/28 vs. LAA; walk-off loss 4/11 at LAA) HR 4/28 by Pujols was 1st HR allowed since 6/1/16 vs. STL while with MIL (Brandon Moss), 1st by a RH hitter since 4/23/16 vs. PHI (O. Herrera). 50 KEONE KELA 1-1-0, 4.85 vs. LHB: 4-for-16 (.250) vs. RHB: 3-for-29 (.103) Has retired 12 of 14 BF last 4 outings (HR to Alonso on Sat. vs. OAK), one R-ER in 4.1 IP in those 4 G to drop season ERA from 6.23 to 4.85 has allowed 7 R over last 7 G/6.2 IP, this after 6.1 SHO IP in 1st 6 appearances in 2017 opponents are 7-for-29 with 5 BB/10 SO last 8 G after 0-for-16 with 5 K in 1st 5 outings. Has appeared in 3 of 1st 5 G in this homestand, recording a win and 2 holds (3.1 IP, 45 pitches total) matched career high for innings w/ 2.0 SHO IP to earn walk-off win Fri. vs. OAK 4 of 6 runs allowed this season came on Marwin Gonzalez grand slam 5/2 at HOU, suffering loss and blown save. Recalled from Round Rock (AAA) on 4/17 posted no record with 2.25 ERA (1 ER/4.0 IP) over 4 relief appearances with Express, going 1-for-2 in save tries PCL batters hit.294 (5-17) with one BB/8 SO and just one XBH (2B) had been optioned to Triple-A on 3/31 before season-opening roster was set.
4 PAGE 4 RANGERS GAME NOTES WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 PHILADELPHIA TEAM BATTING: Club is batting.288 (64-222) w/ 42 R during current 7-G win streak (6.0 R/G), rising from.215 to.228, still 2nd-lowest in A.L. (KC-.226) and 4th-lowest in MLB the.288 avg. since 5/9 is highest in A.L., 3rd in MLB (MIL-.324; ARI-.299) current.228 mark is highest since 4/14 (.238) have scored exactly 5-or-6 runs in 5 straight games, and have 8+ hits in 7 straight for 1st time since 5/4-11/16 (8 in a row) 10+ K s in team-record 7 straight from 4/30-5/6, but 27 K s total in last 5 G club s 344 SO are 2nd-most in A.L. (TB-441) rank among A.L. leaders in HR (T3rd, 55) and R (5th, 185) 93 of club s 185 R (50.3%) have come via HR club is batting.245 w/.742 OPS at home, compared to.207/.666 on road. 1 ELVIS ANDRUS.281 AVG, 5 HR, 18 RBI,.325 OBP,.444 SLG SHORTSTOP R/R Tues.: 0-for-4, 2 K, E Stand:.292 (7-24), 5 RBI, 4 R, 2B, SB Streak: 0 G Has multiple hits in 2 of last 3 at 5-for-12 to rise from.270 to.281, and is hitting.237 (9-38) last 10 G to drop from.296 batting.301 (22-73) with 4 2B, 2 HR, 12 RBI, and 8 BB over last 19 G to rise from.263.ranks among A.L. leaders in SB (T7th, 7), hits (T9th, 43), and multi-hit games (5th, 14). Is 3-for-last-3 w/ RISP multiple RBI in 2 straight Sat/Sun for 1st time since 6/24-25/16 has batted 2nd, 3rd, or cleanup in each of last 13 G has 4 starts in cleanup slot in 17 after none in career before 4/23 5 HR are already pre-all-star break career best leads A.L. with 9 GIDP. Single 4/17 at OAK (career hit 1282), passed Ruben Sierra to move into 5th on all-time club list walk-off single on 4/23 vs. KC. Has started 39 of 40 G at SS last night s error - in near run-in w/ LF DeShields - snapped 13-G errorless streak has starts in 7 different lineup slots (2/3/4/6/7/8/9). 29 ADRIAN BELTRE AVG, 0 HR, 0 RBI, OBP, SLG THIRD BASEMAN R/R Endured extra soreness after rehab workout on 4/8, and MRI results announced on 4/11 found a mild grade 1 strain in his right calf, a different area of the calf than the injury that caused his season-opening DL stint has been taking BP and doing fielding drills this homestand, and did some on-field jogging on Tuesday entered this season with 2942 hits, 35th all-time and one behind Frank Robinson (2943). Placed on DL 4/2 (right calf tightness) and missed an Opening Day for 2nd time in his career (also 2001) played for Dominican Republic in WBC. 61 ROBINSON CHIRINOS.268 AVG, 5 HR, 12 RBI,.400 OBP,.659 SLG CATCHER R/R Tues.: 0-for-4, RBI Stand: 1-7, RBI, BB, R Streak: 0 G Has 4 HR in his last 9 G is 3-for-19 with a HR, 3 BB, and HBP in last 6 starts after batting.364 (8-22) with 4 HR and 9 RBI in 1st 8 G/7 GS 6 of last 10 hits are XBH (5 HR, 2B) batted cleanup on Sat. vs. OAK for 1st time in career in 8 G in Arlington in 17:.280 (7-25), 4 HR, 7 RBI, 7 R, 5 BB, 9 SO. His 5 HR are 4th among A.L. catchers is averaging a HR every 8.2 AB, and club is 4-0 when he HR s 4/21 vs. KC was 4th career multi-hr game - his 1st in Arlington his 3 multi-hr games since start of 16 are 3rd among Rangers (4-Beltre/Odor). Has 14 G/13 GS at catcher, team is 9-4 in his starts is 1-for-4 in throwing out attempted base stealers. Signed contract extension covering the 2018 season on 3/21/17 with club option for 2019 played for Venezuela in 2017 WBC. 17 SHIN-SOO CHOO.244 AVG, 4 HR, 14 RBI,.362 OBP,.387 SLG OUTFIELDER L/L Tues.: DNP Stand:.300 (3-14), RBI, 3 BB, 2 R Streak: 0 G Has not played 2 straight due to lower back stiffness is 0-for-11 w/ 2 BB last 3 G, dropping from.269 to.244, but is hitting.268 (19-71) last 20 G beg. 4/22 to rise from.208 on 5/9-10, became 1st Ranger to reach safely 4+ times in consecutive games since Beltre, 9/18-19/15 team-high 21 BB. Has 34 total starts at DH (25) and RF (9) 5 of last 8 starts have been in RF has hit in 5 different slots in 17 (1/2/7/8/9) started in 9-hole 4/26 vs. MIN for 1st time in career, and his 7 TB in 8th inning (HR/3B) were most by a TEX batter in a single inning since Adrian Beltre hit 2 HR (8 TB) on 8/22/12 vs. BAL. Had 5 RBI 4/16 at SEA, highest total since 9/17/10 at KC while w/ CLE (7) it was his 5th career game with 5+ RBI, his most with Texas. In 17 home games in 17, is hitting.283 (17-60) w/ 2 HR, 6 RBI, 11 BB, 11 R, reaching safely in 15 of 17 G. 7 DELINO DESHIELDS.247 AVG, 1 HR, 7 RBI,.319 OBP,.309 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Tues.: 0-for-3, BB, R, K Stand:.278 (5-18), 2 RBI, 2 BB, 6 R, SH, SB Streak: 0 G Is 5-for-12 last 4 G w/ BB, 2 RBI, and 4 R to rise from.217 to.247, this after 0-15 drought is hitting.281 (18-64) in last 19 G to rise from.118 has started 16 of last 19 TEX games in leadoff slot is 7-for-9 in steal tries, tied w/ Andrus for team lead and T7th in A.L. Has 28 G/23 GS (21-LF, 1-CF, 1-DH) 5/3 at HOU was 1st start of 17 in CF hit 1st career leadoff HR 5/2 at HOU. On 4/26 vs. MIN, became 2nd TEX leadoff batter since 2010 to reach safely 5+ times w/ 3+ R in 9-inning game (also Andrus, 5/18/13 vs. DET) matched career highs with 5 times on base (other 8/27/15 vs. TOR) and 3 BB (4x, last 8/27/15 vs. TOR) walk-off RBI single in 13th inn., 4/20 vs. KC. 13 JOEY GALLO.189 AVG, 12 HR, 27 RBI,.304 OBP,.520 SLG 1B / 3B / OF L/R Tues.: 0-for-4 Stand:.067 (1-15), HR, 3 RBI, 5 BB, 4 R Streak: 0 G Is 0-for-9 last 3 G since walk-off HR Fri. vs. OAK since 4/28, batting.138 (8-58) last 18 G to drop from season-best.232 to.189, w/ 7 BB/29 SO in that span has ML-high 57 SO has HR in 7 of last 13 G w/ PA, and current 3-G HR drought is his longest since 5-G span from 4/26-5/1. Team-high 12 HR are T2nd in A.L. and T6th in MLB 5 HR in May, T2nd in A.L. (Y. Alonso-8) ranks among A.L. leaders in RBI (T7th, 27), R (9th, 26), AB/HR (3rd, 10.6), and AB/RBI (6th, 4.7) 1st career walk-off hit Fri. vs. OAK, 3-R HR off RF foul pole 15 of last 20 hits have gone for extra bases. Has started 38 of 40 G at 3B, non-starts last 5/7 at SEA (PH in 8th) and Thurs. vs. SD (PR in 9th) his 7 E s are T-most among ML 3rd basemen (also NYY s Headley and DET s Castellanos), none last 8 G in field. Named Rangers April Player of Month 7 HR were most by a Ranger in April since 2012 (Hamilton-9, Napoli-7) career-high 5 RBI on 4/9 vs. OAK, 2nd career HR off a LHP (Manaea) 1st multi-hr game, 4/21 vs. KC matched career high w/ 4 times on base 4/26 vs. MIN. 31 JARED HOYING.000 AVG, 0 HR, 0 RBI,.000 OBP,.000 SLG OUTFIELDER L/R Tues.: 0-for-3, K Stand: 0-3 Streak: 0 G Had contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) on Tuesday and went 0-3 in start in CF last night vs. PHI, 1st game w/ TEX since 2016 ALDS G3 at TOR was 1st ML start in CF, 1st start w/ TEX since 9/25/16 at OAK (RF) turns 28 on Thursday. Batted.242 (31-128) with 7 HR, 9 2B, and 23 RBI in 36 G with Round Rock, posting an.812 OPS figure led Express in HR, RBI, 2B (tied), and BB (tied-18) at time of promotion was a non-roster invitee to Rangers spring training camp, going 10-for-52 with 2 HR and 5 RBI in a team-high 31 G. Made ML debut w/ Texas in 16, batting.217 with no HR and 5 RBI in 39 G was also on the club s roster for the ALDS vs. Toronto, appearing in 2 G. 38 PETE KOZMA.133 AVG, 0 HR, 1 RBI,.278 OBP,.133 SLG INFIELDER R/R Tues.: DNP Stand: 1-4, RBI, R Streak: 1 G (1.000, 1-1, RBI) Collected 1st hit and RBI as a Ranger on Sun. vs. OAK is 1-for-6 w/ RBI, BB, HBP, SH, 2 SO in 7 G/2 GS w/ TEX since being acquired from NYY on a waiver claim on 4/30 added to active roster on 5/1 starts at 3B on 5/7 at SEA and Thurs. vs. SD made TEX debut as pinch runner 5/2 at HOU. Was on Yanks Opening Day roster and went 1-for-9 in 11 G/3 GS, all 3 starts at SS DFA d by NYY on 4/28 when club activated Gregorius from DL. Has seen action at all 4 INF positions in ML career, as well as LF has also seen action w/ STL ( ) and NYY (2017) spent 2016 at Scranton Wilkes-Barre (NYY AAA) selected 18th overall (by STL) in 2007 June draft out of Owasso (OK) HS ML debut vs. HOU on 5/18/11 in STL. Has 542 homerless AB since last HR on 4/2/13 at ARI (off Heath Bell), longest active streak in majors. 25 JONATHAN LUCROY.272 AVG, 2 HR, 7 RBI,.318 OBP,.379 SLG CATCHER R/R Tues.: 2-for-4, 2B, RBI, K Stand:.526 (10-19), 2B, RBI, BB Streak: 5 G (.526, 10-19, 2B, RBI, BB) Hits in 5 straight at.526 (10-19) to rise from.214 to season-high.272 batting.328 (20-61) last 17 G to rise from.190 has reached via hit or walk in 16 of last 17 G 9 of last 10 and 21 of 28 hits have been singles is 0-for-last-12 w/ RISP has reached 16 times since last scoring a run (HR on 5/2 at HOU). Last night was 9th career start as DH, 1st w/ TEX has hit cleanup in 4 straight has 6 BB/7 SO on the season, as his PA/SO would lead A.L. if he qualified Thurs. vs. SD was team high-tying 3rd game of 3+ hits in 17 (also Gomez). Leads MLB in CS since start of 2011 (154 for MIL/TEX) is 8-for-21 in throwing out attempted base stealers has started 28 of 40 G (27-C, 1-DH). Played with champion Team USA in the WBC: 4-for-15 w/ an RBI, BB, R in 4 G. In 36 G career vs. PHI:.366 (49-134), 4 HR, 19 RBI current 9-G hit streak vs. Phils at.457 (16-35). 30 NOMAR MAZARA.257 AVG, 6 HR, 27 RBI,.318 OBP,.436 SLG OUTFIELDER L/L Tues.: 2-for-4, HR, RBI, R, 2 K Stand:.444 (8-18), HR, 3 2B, 4 RBI, BB, 2 R Streak: 6 G (.391, 9-23, HR, 4 2B, 6 RBI, BB, R) Current 6-G hit streak is longest by a Ranger in 17 batting.391 (9-23) in the 6-G hit streak to rise from.231 to.257, highest since 4/24 (.259) has reached safely in 11 of 25 PA in that span w/ BB, HBP, and 6 RBI has 5 XBH last 6 G (4 2B, HR) after totaling 2 XBH in 19 G from 4/17-5/7 has reached via hit or walk in 12 straight starts batting.211 (26-123) last 33 G to drop from.588. Ranks T7th in A.L. w/ 27 RBI, 9 RBI last 12 G after one RBI in 11 G from 4/19-5/1 was just 3rd player in Rangers history with 17+ RBI thru 14 team games, joining a pair of TEX teammates in 1998: Juan Gonzalez (18) and Lee Stevens (17) batting.379 (11-29) w/ RISP in 17, 7th in A.L. Has 36 starts in RF (31), LF (2), and DH (3) named A.L. Player of the Week for April 2-9 hit 1st-career grand slam 4/7 vs. OAK, career-high 6 RBI 2nd Ranger since start of 13 with 6+ RBI in G (7 by J.P. Arencibia, 7/29/14 vs. NYY) set TEX club record w/ 9 RBI in 1st 4 G of season.
5 RANGERS GAME NOTES WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 PHILADELPHIA PAGE 5 5 MIKE NAPOLI.183 AVG, 8 HR, 20 RBI,.245 OBP,.387 SLG FIRST BASEMAN R/R Tues.: 3-for-3, HR, 2 RBI, BB, R Stand:.300 (6-20), 3 HR, 7 RBI, 3 BB, 4 R, SF Streak: 1 G (3-3, HR, 2 RBI, BB, R) Season-high 3 hits last night and is batting.245 (13-53) in May to rise from.146 to.183, 2nd-highest all season (.194 on 4/12) ranks among May A.L. leaders in HR (T2nd, 5) and RBI (T10th, 11), w/ 3 HR in last 5 G 3 BB in 1st 6 G of homestand after career-high 16-G drought T6th in A.L. w/ 47 SO. Season-high 4 RBI Thurs. vs. SD in 15th career multi-hr game HR in 8th (solo) and 9th (3-R), the latter being the 1st walk-off HR in GLPIA history to land in the LF club level was his 4th career walk-off HR, 1st w/ TEX 1st player in TEX history w/ HR in back-to-back innings, incl. a walk-off (Elias). 13 of 25 hits have gone for extra bases has 246 career HR batting.138 (4-29) w/ 2 XBH (2B/HR) vs. LHP. Is T9th in the A.L. in HBP (3) has started 37 of 40 G at 1B (29) and DH (8). 12 ROUGNED ODOR.200 AVG, 6 HR, 17 RBI,.257 OBP,.368 SLG SECOND BASEMAN L/R Tues.: 1-for-3, 2B, BB, 2 R, 2 K Stand:.250 (5-20), 2 2B, RBI, 4 BB, 4 R, 2 SB Streak: 0 G Is 1-for-10 last 3 G and batting.240 (12-50) in 13 G since 5/3 to rise from.181 to.200 hitting.175 (24-137) last 35 G since season-opening 5-G hit streak, dropping from.389 batted cleanup in 5 straight (4/28-5/2), then hit 2nd for 6 in a row (5/3-8), all other 29 starts in 5th slot. Has 4 BB last 4 G after 6 BB in 1st 36 contests most BB in a 4-G span in his career 2 BB Fri. vs. OAK to tie career high (3x, last 9/1/14 at KC). Has started all 40 games at 2B, only MLB 2nd baseman to start each of his team s games in 17 no E s in 12 straight, one E last 32 G/287.1 inn. Go-ahead HR in 13th 5/5 at SEA was 3rd career go-ahead HR in the 10th-or-later hit 2 HR off Kluber in season-opener, 4/3 vs. CLE, 4th career multi- HR game 1st ML player to homer in each of his 1st 2 PA s of a team s 1st game of a season since Bryce Harper on 4/1/13 vs. MIA. Signed 6-year contract extension ( ) on 3/30 w/ club option for 2023, youngest Ranger ever (23) to receive contract of 6+ seasons. 16 RYAN RUA.169 AVG, 2 HR, 8 RBI,.222 OBP,.288 SLG OUTFIELDER R/R Tues.: No PA as def. replacement Stand:.143 (1-7), SB Streak: 0 G Homered 5/9 at SD has appeared in 13 of 15 G in May, making 5 starts, one start last 4 G is 3-for-22 last 12 G to drop from.189 to.169 last 9 starts beginning 4/25:.207 (6-29), 2 HR, 2B, 8 RBI, 2 BB, 3-for-10 w/ RISP. His 2 HR have been a grand slam (1st career, 4/26 vs. MIN) and 3-R HR (5/9 at SD), accounting for 7 of his 8 RBI in 17. Has appeared in 28 of 40 G, 16 total starts at 1B (11) and in LF (5) made the Opening Day roster for 3rd straight year. Batting.242 (8-33) last 12 home games. BATTERS VS. PHILADELPHIA AND CAREER 2017 CAREER PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Andrus Chirinos Choo DeShields Gallo Hoying Kozma Lucroy Mazara Napoli Odor Rua PITCHERS VS. PHILADELPHIA AND CAREER 2017 CAREER PLAYER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER W-L-S ERA G IP H ER Alvarez Barnette Bibens-Dirkx Bush Cashner Claudio Darvish Dyson Griffin Jeffress Kela Martínez Perez HOME RUNS Player Total Solo 2-run 3-run GS LHP RHP Home Road GT GA Record Last Elvis Andrus /4 at HOU (Feliz) Adrian Beltre /25 at OAK (Cotton) Robinson Chirinos /0 at SD (Quackenbush) Shin-Soo Choo /8 at SD (Hand) Delino DeShields /2 at HOU (Fiers) Joey Gallo /12 vs. OAK (Casilla) Carlos Gomez /29 vs. LAA (Valdez) Jared Hoying None Pete Kozma /2/13 at ARI (Bell) Jonathan Lucroy /2 at HOU (Fiers) Nomar Mazara /16 vs. PHI (Eickhoff) Mike Napoli /16 vs. PHI (Leiter) Rougned Odor /5 at SEA (Pagan) Ryan Rua /9 at SD (Weaver) TOTALS GRAND SLAMS (2): Mazara, 4/7 vs. OAK; Choo, 4/26 vs. MIN MULTI-HOMER GAMES (4): Odor, 4/3 vs. CLE (2); Chirinos, 4/21 vs. KC (2); Gallo, 4/21 vs. KC (2); Napoli, 5/12 vs. SD (2) BACK-TO-BACK HOMERS (0): None LEADOFF HOMERS (2): Gomez, 4/13 at LAA; DeShields, 5/2 at HOU PINCH-HIT HOMERS (0): None WALKOFF HOMERS (2): Napoli, 5/11 vs. SD; Gallo, 5/12 vs. OAK INSIDE THE PARK HOMERS (0): None HR BY PITCHERS (0): None DATE April 6 April 9 April 12 April 15 April 16 April 17 April 19 April 20 April 21 April 22 April 24 April 28 April 30 May 3 May 4 May 7 May 8 May 16 RECENT TRANSACTIONS TRANSACTION LHP Andrew Faulkner traded to Baltimore in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations. RHP Tanner Scheppers sent to Round Rock (AAA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. RHP Nick Martinez recalled from Round Rock (AAA) INF/OF Drew Robinson optioned to Round Rock. RHP Andrew Cashner reinstated from 10-day disabled list RHP Nick Martinez optioned to Round Rock (AAA) RHP Tanner Scheppers assigned outright to Round Rock. RHP Clayton Blackburn acquired from San Francisco Giants in exchange for INF Frandy De La Rosa Blackburn optioned to Round Rock (AAA). RHP Keone Kela recalled from Round Rock (AAA) RHP Sam Dyson placed on 10-day disabled list with right hand contusion. RHP Tyler Wagner assigned outright to Round Rock (AAA). RHP Anthony Bass contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) RHP Mike Hauschild designated for assignment. RHP Nick Martinez recalled from Round Rock (AAA) RHP A.J. Griffin placed on 10-day disabled list with gout in left ankle OF Josh Hamilton released from minor league contract. RHP Mike Hauschild cleared outright waivers and returned to Houston Astros. RHP Sam Dyson and C Brett Nicholas sent to Round Rock (AAA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. RHP Sam Dyson reinstated from 10-day disabled list RHP Anthony Bass optioned to Round Rock (AAA) C Brett Nicholas reinstated from 10-day disabled list and optioned to Round Rock (AAA) RHP A.J. Griffin sent to Round Rock (AAA) on injury rehabilitation assignment. INF Pete Kozma received on waiver claim from New York Yankees INF-OF Jurickson Profar optioned to Round Rock (AAA). LHP Cole Hamels placed on 10-day disabled list, retroactive to April 30, with right oblique strain RHP Anthony Bass recalled from Round Rock (AAA). RHP A.J. Griffin reinstated from 10-day disabled list RHP Anthony Bass optioned to Round Rock (AAA). RHP Austin Bibens-Dirkx contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) LHP Dario Alvarez optioned to Round Rock. RHP Jose Leclerc placed on 10-day disabled list with bruised right index finger LHP Dario Alvarez recalled from Round Rock (AAA). OF Carlos Gomez placed on 10-day disabled list, retroactive to May 15, with right hamstring strain OF Jared Hoying contract purchased from Round Rock (AAA) INF Hanser Alberto transferred from 10-day to 60-day disabled list OF Drew Stubbs signed to minor league contract DISABLED LIST Player Type Injury Placed (retro) Reinstated / Eligible Games Missed Record Adrian Beltre 10-day Right calf tightness April 2 (March 30) April Tyson Ross 10-day Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery April 2 (March 30) April Cole Hamels 10-day Right oblique strain May 3 (April 30) May Jose Leclerc 10-day Bruised right index finger May 8 May Carlos Gomez 10-day Right hamstring strain May 16 (May 15) May Hanser Alberto 60-day Right shoulder tightness April 2 (March 30) April 9 (transferred to 60 on 5/16) Jake Diekman 60-day Ulcerative colitis surgery Feb. 14 June Prince Fielder 60-day Neck disc herniation surgery Feb. 14 June Chi Chi Gonzalez 60-day Right elbow UCL partial tear April 2 June Tanner Scheppers 10-day Left abdominal discomfort April 2 (March 30) April Andrew Cashner 10-day Right biceps soreness April 2 (April 1) April Sam Dyson 10-day Right hand contusion April 17 April Brett Nicholas 10-day Left knee surgery April 2 (March 30) April A.J. Griffin 10-day Gout in left ankle April 21 (April 18) May
6 PAGE 6 TEXAS TEAM BATTING Runs, Game...14, April 26 vs. MIN Runs, Inning...8, April 26 vs. MIN (8th) Hits, Game...14, April 26 vs. MIN Hits, Inning...5, 2x, May 4 at HOU (1st); April 26 vs. MIN (8th) Fewest Hits, Game...2, 3x, May 8 at SD; April 15 at SEA; April 8 vs. OAK Doubles...4, April 7 vs. OAK Triples...2, April 12 at LAA Home Runs...5, May 2 at HOU Home Runs, Both Clubs...8, May 2 at HOU (TEX-5, HOU-3) Extra Base Hits...6, 4x, last May 4 at HOU Total Bases...26, May 2 at HOU Stolen Bases...4, 2x, last April 30 vs. LAA Walks...8, April 26 vs. MIN Strikeouts...16, May 2 at HOU Left on Base (9 innings)...8, 3x, April 26 vs. MIN; April 16 at SEA; April 9 vs. OAK Left on Base (Extras)...8, May 5 at SEA TEXAS INDIVIDUAL BATTING Hits...4, Gomez, April 29 vs. LAA Runs...3, 5x, last Choo/DeShields, April 26 vs. MIN Home Runs...2, 4x, last Napoli, May 11 vs. SD RBI...6, Mazara, April 7 vs. OAK Total Bases...10, Gomez, April 29 vs. LAA Doubles...2, 4x, last Mazara, May 13 vs. OAK Triples...1, 5x, last Gomez, April 29 vs. LAA Extra-Base Hits...3, Gomez, April 29 vs. LAA Stolen Bases...2, 3x, last DeShields/Gomez, April 26 vs. MIN Walks...3, 2x, DeShields, April 26 vs. MIN; Choo, April 17 at OAK Strikeouts...4, 3x, last Gomez, May 10 vs. SD Hitting Streak...6, Mazara (May 9-current) TEXAS TEAM PITCHING Strikeouts...14, April 20 vs. KC Walks...10, May 4 at HOU Fewest Walks...1, 6x, last May 13 vs. OAK Runs Allowed, Game...10, May 3 at HOU Runs Allowed, Inning...7, 2x, last May 6 at SEA (7th) Hits Allowed, Game...15, April 25 vs. MIN Hits Allowed, Inning...8, April 25 vs. MIN (5th) Home Runs...4, May 3 at HOU Consecutive Scoreless Innings..14.0, 3x, last April TEXAS INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Innings, Starter...9.0, Griffin, May 9 at SD Fewest Innings, Starter...3.1, Griffin, April 7 vs. OAK Innings, Reliever...3.2, Claudio, April 7 vs. OAK Strikeouts, Starter...10, 2x by Darvish, April 29 vs. LAA; April 13 at LAA Strikeouts, Reliever...3, 8x, last Kela, May 4 at HOU Runs Allowed...7, Martinez, May 4 at HOU Earned Runs Allowed...6, 2x, last Martinez, May 4 at HOU Hits Allowed...10, Bass, April 25 vs. MIN Home Runs Allowed...3, 3x, last Griffin, May 14 vs. OAK Pitches...125, Darvish, April 29 vs. LAA TEXAS TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Winning Streak...7, May 9-current Losing Streak...4, April 30-May 3 Longest Game, Innings , 2x, May 5 at SEA; April 20 vs. KC Longest Game, Time, 9 inn...3:52, May 4 at HOU Longest Game, Time, Xtra...5:02, May 5 at SEA (13 inn.) Shortest Game, Time...2:24, April 15 at SEA Largest Crowd, Home...48,350, April 3 vs. CLE Largest Crowd, Road...41,855, April 14 at SEA Winning Margin...11, 2x, April 26 vs. MIN (14-3); May 9 at SD (11-0) Losing Margin...8, April 19 at OAK (1-9) Largest Deficit in Win...2, 5x, May 14 vs. OAK (trailed 4-2 after 6 1/2 inn.); May 11 vs. SD (trailed 2-0 after 7 inn.); May 10 vs. SD (trailed 3-1 after 4 1/2 inn.); April 29 vs. LAA (trailed 2-0 after 4 1/2 inn.); April 26 vs. MIN (trailed 2-0 after 4 1/2 inn.) Largest Deficit in 9th, Win...1, 2x, May 12 vs. OAK (trailed 2-1; won 5-2); May 11 vs. SD (Trailed 2-1; won 5-2) Largest Lead in Loss...5, 3x, May 2 at HOU (led 5-0 after 3 1/2 inn.); April 16 at SEA (led 6-1 after 2 1/2 inn.); April 11 at LAA (led 5-0 after 6 inn.) Errors...3, 3x, last May 3 at HOU *-Club record #-Ties club record RANGERS GAME NOTES WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2017 PHILADELPHIA RANGERS STATISTICS STARTS BY BATTING ORDER Andrus Chirinos Choo DeShields Gallo Gomez Hoying Kozma Lucroy Mazara Napoli Odor Profar Robinson Rua Pitchers STARTS BY POSITION C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH Andrus Chirinos Choo DeShields Gallo Gomez Hoying Kozma Lucroy Mazara Napoli Odor Profar Robinson Rua RUNS BY INNING Texas Opp RECORD BY MONTH April May June July August Sept. Oct 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 (2) Game (Inn.) Player/Coach Umpire 4/19 at OAK (3rd) Jeff Banister Bill Welke 4/24 vs. MIN (9th) Jeff Banister Alfonso Marquez Multi-Hit Games Multi-RBI Games PLAYER 2H 3H 4H 5H Total 2BI 3BI 4BI 5BI+ Total Andrus Chirinos Choo DeShields Gallo Gomez Kozma Lucroy Mazara Napoli Odor Robinson Rua STARTING PITCHING (starts only) 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 Darvish May 16 vs. PHI 4-2 W / / Perez May 11 vs. SD 1-5 L / / Hamels April 26 vs. MIN 2-0 W / / Griffin May 14 vs. OAK 4-0 W / / Cashner May 12 vs. OAK 0-3 L / / Martínez May 13 vs. OAK 0-2 L / / Claudio May 2 at HOU / /
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