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50-54 - On one of the best days in franchise history, Rangers lose 10-6

Pudge is immortal, Beltre is legendary, and the Rangers are four games under .500

MLB: Baltimore Orioles at Texas Rangers Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Leave it to the Rangers to have a top five day in franchise history on the same day they lose 10-6 to the Baltimore Orioles to pretty much sink their season.

Of course, who cares about the result of this one?

Congrats, Pudge! Congrats, Beltre!

Player of the Game: I mean, Rougned Odor hit two home runs and drove in five of the six runs but did he collect his 3,000th hit? No, no he didn’t. Adrian Beltre did and Adrian Beltre is the player of all games.

Up Next: The Seattle Mariners come to town on trade deadline day. Cole Hamels -- if he isn’t traded -- will make the start against Felix Hernandez. You can go ahead and assume that the 31st member of the 3,000 hits club will be jawing at King Felix all day.