The Mariners jumped on the scoreboard early, then weathered a rally by the Rangers to claim an 8-7 win Tuesday at Globe Life Park and earn their fourth consecutive win.
The Mariners and Rangers close out their three-game series Wednesday with Ariel Miranda facing Andrew Cashner at Globe Life Park.
With the trade of catcher Jonathan Lucroy to Colorado, the Rangers are down to two catchers again. Robinson Chirinos will assume full-time duties, while Brett Nicholas, who was called up from Triple-A Round Rock last week, will slide into the backup role.
The Rangers traded away Yu Darvish, Jonathan Lucroy and Jeremy Jeffress within 24 hours of the non-waiver Trade Deadline. “We wished three of our teammates good luck in the next portion of their careers,” manager Jeff Banister said.
The first game for the Mariners and Rangers post-Trade Deadline will feature a shakeup, as Yu Darvish had been scheduled to start for Texas in Tuesday night’s matchup at Globe Life Park. Seattle counters with the recently reacquired Erasmo Ramirez.
Robinson Cano’s two-run single in the top of the ninth off reliever Alex Claudio lifted the Mariners to a 6-4 victory over the Rangers in Monday’s opener of a three-game set at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers have traded reliever Jeremy Jeffress back to the Brewers, acquiring right-handed pitcher Tayler Scott in return. Jeffress will go back to Milwaukee exactly one year after being acquired by the Rangers.
Rangers right-hander Yu Darvish was traded to the Dodgers, a source tells MLB Network Insider Ken Rosenthal and confirmed by MLB.com’s Jon Paul Morosi. Neither team has confirmed the deal.
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre joined one of baseball’s most exclusive clubs Sunday, when he became the 31st member of the 3,000-hit club with an RBI double in the fourth inning against the Orioles at Globe Life Park. In commemoration of Beltre’s historic achievement, here are some things you should know about his journey to […]
A pair of veteran starting pitchers with multiple All-Star appearances under their belts face one another on Monday, as Seattle’s Felix Hernandez and Texas’ Cole Hamels toe the rubber for the first game of a three-game series between the Mariners and Rangers at the Globe Life Park in Arlington.
It’s not often the fans on the losing end of a blowout go home happy, but it probably happened Sunday at Globe Life Park. The Orioles’ offense found its groove early and cruised to a 10-6 win over the Rangers, but it was overshadowed by Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre recording his 3,000th career hit.