Tag Archive: Texas Rangers

Jun 01

Nationals vs Rangers 6/1 Lineup and Preview

The Washington Nationals have had an offensive outpour in the past two games against the Texas Rangers as they have started out the three game series with a 9-2 win followed by a 10-2 win however the Nationals will need every run they can scrounge up today as they will be facing one of the …

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May 31

Nationals Offense Stays Hot; Stomp Rangers 10-2

Everyone take a breath, the Washington Nationals have finally returned to .500 after dipping below the mark at the end of last week. It may not seem special to win two straight games against an interleague team in your home park while the team across the diamond cannot bat their DH however these last two …

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May 31

Nationals Offense Wakes Up and Blows Out Rangers 9-2

Well hello 2012 Washington Nationals welcome to 2014 could you stay for a while? Tonight’s seemed like a flashback to the greatest year in this young franchises history as the Texas Rangers got the full extent of what the 2012 Nationals so good: Pitching and Homeruns. With none other than Stephen Strasburg taking the mound …

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May 30

Nationals vs Rangers 5/30 Lineup and Preview

The Washington Nationals could be one of the luckiest teams coming into their 53rd game of the season even though they are 25-27. The Nationals have had four of their eight starting players in their lineup on the disabled list this year as well as two of the five starting rotation pitchers visiting the DL. …

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Apr 29

Player Profiles: Tanner Roark

  Coming off a complete game shutout on April 26 against the San Diego Padres, Tanner Roark thrust himself into the spotlight and into what looks like the permanent starting rotation for the Washington Nationals. But it wasn’t all such a bright future for the 27 year old right hander. Born on October 5, 1986 …

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Oct 19

Year In Review: Orioles 2012 Season

The Baltimore Orioles had one magical year in 2012.  For a team that had a negative run differential for most of the year, injuries to key players, a pieced together starting staff, and next to no previous playoff experience; nobody expected anything from Orioles this year.  The majority of fans; myself included, had no lofty …

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Jul 12

Birds Soar Into Break On A High Note

The O’s are flying high after completing a four-game sweep of the Texas Rangers on Sunday afternoon…the Birds won 4-1 and set a few important milestones in the process. LEGAL DISCLAIMER! I haven’t actually researched these stats myself, so don’t get nuts on me if this is not accurate, but this was the first four-game …

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Jul 11

Cliff Lee Who?

Just kidding…we all still know who Cliff Lee is. But Chris Tillman and the O’s offense stole his thunder on Saturday night, as the Birds beat Texas for the third straight game, 6-1. In Lee’s debut as a Texas Ranger, Tillman out-pitched his mound counterpart. Tillman took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and took …

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Jul 11

So that was what the scouts saw

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Chris Tillman has been shaky in his brief big league career. Tillman was/is a highly hyped pitching prospect but his overall stuff has not been consistent in the majors, even though he has dominated the minor leagues. Saturday night against the Texas Rangers Tillman showed what the scouts had saw. Tillman …

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Jul 10

Best. Comeback. Ever?

O.K. Maybe it wasn’t the greatest comeback of all-time, (remember the Red Sox game last July?) but it was, in a word, amazing. The O’s took down the Texas Rangers 7-6 in 10 innings on Saturday morning. The Birds were down by four runs in the ninth inning, and loaded the bases against Texas’ All-Star …

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