And the downward spiral continues...
Drew Davison's game story talks about how the errors, wild pitches, and poor pitching from Martin Perez put the Rangers in a big hole which they came back from, only to then lose in extra innings.
T.R. Sullivan writes in his game story that Ryan Raburn hit a walk-off homer on a pitch that Jason Frasor says he "put on a tee," after Raburn had been bunting earlier in the count.
Todd Wills has his Rapid Reaction at the ESPN Dallas blog.
Evan Grant writes that the Rangers gambled on getting a third inning out of Jason Frasor last night, and that gamble backfired on them.
Grant asks whether the need for a DH could lead the Rangers to bring Michael Young back. I'm guessing the answer is "no."
The S-T's notes talk about the offense's struggles, Engel Beltre batting second yesterday, and Lance Berkman staying behind while the Rangers went to Cleveland.
Sullivan's notes hit on the pitchers the Rangers will face in the Angel series, Engel Beltre, and Adrian Beltre.