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68-62, 2nd in AL West
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Who's making the MLB playoffs?

ESPN experts only gave the Rangers three votes to win the AL West, but there's heavy debate over who will win the AL's coveted second wild-card spot. Who's in? Who's out?

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Who is more important than Hamels?

Cole Hamels stole the headlines last month, but find out why Jake Diekman and Sam Dyson have had a bigger impact in the Rangers' climb back into playoff contention. July acquisitions that are paying off (Insider)

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10 things you have to know for September

Can the Indians make a comeback? Will the Cubs and Mets finish off Cinderella seasons? Those are just two things to watch in the season's final month.

Did Rangers rise in Power Rankings?

Texas swept the Orioles at home over the weekend. Was that enough to vault the team into the top 10 of our rankings? Find out here

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Josh Hamilton to be limited rest of season

The Rangers OF has been fighting a left knee injury, and will be relegated to pinch hit duty for the remainder of the year. Said GM Jon Daniels: "With the number of outfield options we have and with the number of runners we can have, we can run for him and then play somebody in the outfield. We will take whatever he can contribute."

Handicapping the AL races (1:51)
Padres blank Rangers (0:43)
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Rangers pen surprising with success

Shawn Tolleson has performed well in his first shot at closing, and rookie Keone Kela has proven to be reliable. Will the team's inexperience be exposed in the playoffs, though? Contender bullpen overviews

Don't forget about Derek Holland

He may not have thrown a no-hitter, but Holland did strikeout 11 Orioles and give up just three hits while throwing his first shutout since 2013. The Rangers lefty landed among the day's best performances. Sunday's Top 5

Rangers' pitching key to playoff push (0:57)
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Hamilton in pain, might not be ready to return

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton said he still feels pain in his sore left knee that prevents him from running. Hamilton will be eligible to come off the disabled list on Monday.


Final: Rangers 4, Orioles 3

Adrian Beltre hit a two-run homer and Bobby Wilson knocked in the winning run with a double in the 6th to help Texas keep a hold on its wild-card spot. Box score


Beltre goes deep in Arlington

Adrian Beltre's 3rd-inning, two-run homer was the 408th of his career, breaking a tie with Miguel Cabrera and Duke Snider for sole possession of 51st on baseball's all-time list. Texas leads Baltimore 3-0 in the 4th inning. Follow live

Hamels pitching well at key time for Rangers (0:57)

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2579th
On Base Percentage.31912th
Slugging Percentage.40910th
Earned Run Average4.3425th
Quality Starts6511th

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