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G101: Rangers lose big to White Sox, 10-2

There’s not much positive to say about this game.
1) Our starting pitching stunk. Luis Mendoza gave up six earned runs on nine hits and two walks (and a home run). Dustin Nippert was no better, giving up four runs on three hits and three walks (and a grand slam). Bleargh. See what I mean from the report from the last game?
2) Our starting pitching stunk. Luis Mendoza gave up six earned runs on nine hits and two walks (and a home run). Dustin Nippert was no better, giving up four runs on three hits and three walks (and a grand slam). Bleargh. See what I mean from the report from the last game?
Yes I realize that’s the same thing twice, but I thought they stunk so bad, it was worth pointing it out twice.
Actually, the big positive was Chris Davis. Having recently been granted the first baseman’s job by Ron Washington, he paid that back with a great night. Chris went 3-4 with a home run. Milton Bradley was also 2-4, but that’s about it for the positive in this game (does Blalock’s triple count?)

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