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Carlos Gomez crushes first home run with Houston and 100th of his career as #Astros drop tough one to Rangers, 4-3.

Tolleson takes control in Rangers win

Shawn Tolleson racked in three straight outs with a runner on third base to save the Rangers, who held on to a one-run lead throughout the final three innings, securing a 4-3 win over the Astros. Box score

Rangers sneak past Astros (0:31)

Struggles continue for Gallardo

Yovani Gallardo went 1-2-3 in the first inning of tonight's matchup against the Astros but is on a steady streak of struggles. In his past three starts, he has given up five earned runs each time. On July 19, he allowed seven earned runs against the Astros, who now lead 2-0 going into the 4th inning. Follow live

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Did Rangers get it wrong at deadline?

A statistical model developed by the folks at FiveThirtyEight suggests the Rangers should have been sellers at the deadline. Instead, Texas held on to its veteran players and added Cole Hamels. To buy or to sell?

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Here's tonight's #Astros lineup at the Rangers as Dan Straily gets the start. First pitch from Arlington live at 7:05 pm CT on ROOT SPORTS, MLB.TV and SportsTalk 790. #WinTheBoot

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Adrian Beltre hit for the cycle last night and in terms of WAR, he ranks among some of the best ever in the bigs. Does he belong in the Hall of Fame?

On This Day In History: Ventura, Ryan brawl (1:00)
Greatest rain delay moments (1:28)
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Remembering the Ryan-Ventura fight

Nolan Ryan's famous fight with Robin Ventura happened 22 years ago today. Did you know that the 46-year-old wasn't ejected for throwing these punches? Other fight facts

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Happy anniversary: Nolan Ryan, Robin Ventura

ESPN.com unearths little-known facts about one of baseball's most famous scuffles -- the Nolan Ryan-Robin Ventura mismatch of Aug. 4, 1993.

AL wild-card predictions (1:07)

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#PhotoOfTheNight: Adrian Beltre is doused in water after hitting the third cycle of his career in the Rangers 12-9 win over the Astros.

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Adrian Beltre hits 3rd career cycle

He joins Bob Meusel, Babe Herman and Long John Reilly as the only players with 3 cycles in MLB history, according to Elias. Beltre completed the cycle with a home run in the 5th, the earliest cycle since Melvin Upton, Jr. in 2009.

Beltre hits for the cycle (2:27)
Odor shovels ball to first to get the out (0:11)

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25412th
On Base Percentage.31812th
Slugging Percentage.4099th
Earned Run Average4.5628th
Quality Starts5217th


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