A tale in three tweets:
This legit feels like the first time this season that the Rangers are just kicking the crap out of someone.— Christopher Fittz (@apoplecticfittz) May 2, 2018
Rangers lead 6-0 after a seventh inning with everything going well in a game for maybe the third time this season.
It's almost as though I've never Ranger'd before. https://t.co/TXUw0Vh5nL— Christopher Fittz (@apoplecticfittz) May 2, 2018
Uh oh, the Indians scored twice. You know where this is headed.
The Indians tie it in the ninth on a two-out, two-strike grand slam. lol me? lol Rangers.
Luckily for us, Texas has Joey Gallo and Isiah “Probably Michael Young” Kiner-Falefa. And, despite the drama, the Rangers are now guaranteed at worst a .500 road trip.
Player of the Game: Doug Fister had his best outing as a Ranger going 6 2⁄3 innings and allowing just two (unearned - though he committed the error) runs on six hits while striking out four.
Up Next: The Rangers and Indians conclude this series with a 12:10 pm CT rubber match finale from Progressive Field. Matt Moore will try to keep building on a couple of positive outings while Texas will have to deal with Corey Kluber.