Good morning. Man, I really don’t want to rehash that frustrating game from last night. The Rangers lost because Alfonso Marquez hates brisket and loves a nice hotdish, I guess.
Levi Weaver writes about a frustrating night for the Rangers last night.
T.R. Sullivan also writes that the Rangers endured a frustrating night last night.
Evan Grant writes that the Rangers were frustrated last night which manifested in Jeff Banister getting ejected by Alfonso “The Human Frustration” Marquez for clapping.
Jeff Wilson was probably frustrated writing about Martin Perez walking three and seeing all of them score in his patented “blow-up inning.”
Grant writes that Robinson Chirinos’ frustratingly injury-prone body forces him to settle for being one of the most powerful backup backstops in baseball.
Stefan Stevenson writes about the emotional return of Thad Levine and his frustrating Minnesota Twins who do nothing but beat the Rangers.
Grant has a couple of notes from the farm including one on frustrated former closer Sam Dyson making a scoreless rehab appearance.
Stevenson writes that Matt Bush was not frustrated with his first appearance as the new closer on Sunday.
Sullivan notes that the Rangers will not frustrate their healthy starters by bumping them up to accommodate A.J. Griffin’s gout even with an off day on Thursday.
Weaver has a rad video essay about saying goodbye to the ever-frustrating, always-exhilarating Josh Hamilton.
Sullivan previews tonight’s contest between the Rangers and Twins with Texas hoping to score more runs for Andrew Cashner before he gets frustrated with a lack of support.
And, finally, after a couple of frustrating years stuck in prospect hype purgatory, Blake Schuster writes that Joey Gallo is finally living up to his mammoth dong potential.
Have a nice day!