Whenever I see a new pitcher making his Rangers debut, for some reason I always think he’s making his major league debut. I mean, unless you’re a seasoned vet like a Roy Oswalt or something like that, if it’s a guy that *I* never heard of before, then I think “rookie”. That was not the case with Wednesday’s starter Ross Wolf. Wolf started for the Rangers, and for me, seemed to come out of nowhere. Oh, you don’t just truly come out of nowhere, but I did think “Who is this guy?” Turns out this guy was a great pitcher – at least for this night. [Read more…]
This is a game I’ve written about several times over the now 15th season I’ve written about Rangers game for this blog. 1-0 losses can only be described one way, really. You had outstanding pitching, but your offense was dead. There really is no other story behind a 1-0 loss, is there? [Read more…]
Derek Holland had another good outing, but with a few too many hits. He threw seven innings, but gave up ten hits. It didn’t hurt him too much, as he allowed just one run. 93 pitches over those seven, so it was working fairly well, if again – too many hits to call it a dominant performance.
That’s all I’m gonna write about this one, other than to say Moreland had another home run – that’s two days in a row now. [Read more…]