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The Texas Rangers were shut out by the Oakland A’s yesterday, 1-0.

Christopher Fittz has the WFAA.com game story from yesterday’s loss.

Jeff Wilson’s “Rangers Reaction” talks about the struggles in Oakland this year leading to the Rangers being knocked out of the playoff hunt.

Evan Grant has his “Instant Replay.”

When the national anthem played before yesterday’s game, A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell took a knee, a decision he discussed with Rangers’ outfielder Delino DeShields before the game.

Rougned Odor is on track to be one of the youngest players in MLB history to play in all 162 games.

Steve Buechele managed the team yesterday, as Jeff Banister returned to Texas to be with his ailing mother.

The Rangers and Pudge Rodriguez are working to assist in relief efforts for Hurricane Maria. The proceeds from this coming week’s 50/50 raffles during the Houston games will go to Hurricane Maria relief efforts.

The S-T’s notes talk about the Rangers having Shin-Soo Choo sit even when the A’s switched from a lefty starter, raffle proceeds, scoreboard watching, and Keone Kela.

The Rangers’ website notes talk about Choo, Buechele, and hitting with runners in scoring position.