Levi Weaver recaps Sunday’s 7-4 loss to the Blue Jays by the Rangers to move their record to 4-7.
TR Sullivan explains that starter Cole Hamels didn’t give the Rangers much of a chance as he allowed four runs before they even had a chance to bat.
Evan Grant writes that Hamels has become vulnerable as he he’s still learning to pitch with declining velocity.
Stefan Stevenson reacts to Sunday’s stories including a successful relief outing by Bartolo Colon.
Sullivan recalls the minor miracle that was Carlos Tocci collecting the first hit of his big league career in yesterday’s game.
Grant takes a look at day one as a dad for Rougned Odor who became a proud papa Sunday morning and then DH’d in the game.
Sullivan notes that the Rangers are being patient with Tim Lincecum who is still dealing with blister issues.
And, lastly, Jamey Newberg honors the memory and legacy of Rangers’ scout Roger Coryell who passed away on Thursday.
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