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2017 Schedule
45-50, 4th in AL West

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With two hits on Thursday, Adrián Beltré tied Sam Rice for 31st on the all-time hit list. He now has 2,985 hits, 15 shy of 3,000.

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Orioles use long ball to complete sweep (1:11)
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1dBuster Olney

Will Rangers buy or sell at trade deadline?

What will the Rangers do at the trade deadline? That seems to be the most intriguing question since they are dangling from playoff contention and have two All Star pitchers they could ship off.

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Jones goes deep in the 1st (0:17)
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Schoop's double stretches O's lead (0:26)
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4dDan Szymborski

Stretch schedule winners: Rangers

With six games against the Orioles and three vs. the Marlins before the trade deadline, the Rangers have a great opportunity to slide into the AL Wild Card's top two spots.

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Royals win after Rangers' Choo loses ball in sun

Texas right fielder Shin-Soo Choo lost Lorenzo Cain's routine fly in the sun, and the ball glanced off his glove for an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning that lifted the Kansas City Royals over the Texas Rangers 4-3 Sunday.

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Puig’s HR leads the way

Yasiel Puig's ninth inning three-run shot was his second career go-ahead homer in the ninth inning or later. Meanwhile, Mike Napoli's 444-foot blast was his 19th HR of the season.

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7dDavid Schoenfield

One second-half goal for Rangers

The meat of the Rangers' lineup -- Rougned Odor, Mike Napoli and Jonathan Lucroy -- needs to get on base more if Texas plans on playing in October.

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BBTN: Cross-town trade, Hoyer, future market

Buster Olney talks to Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer about the Jose Quintana trade. Plus, Karl Ravech and Justin Havens on other trade possibilities and how the Rangers fit into the landscape, Jessica Mendoza on Rob Manfred's recent comments and more. Also, Inside Heat on the Rays from Marc Topkin and on the Cubs from Jesse Rogers.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Rangers, 43-45 at the break, are still hoping to make a wild card run. But if their play doesn't improve between now and July 31, sources said they will be open to discussing starters Yu Darvish and Cole Hamels. If those two names become available, it could add a spark to a generally underwhelming starting pitching crop at the trade deadline.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4648th
Batting Average.23828th
On Base Percentage.31323rd
Slugging Percentage.42315th
Earned Run Average4.3715th
Quality Starts49Tied-7th
WHIP1.3819th
BAA.26121st

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