Good morning, LSB.
The Rangers lost to the Angels 6-2 last night in a game where longtime Rangers antagonist Albert Pujols hit career home runs 661 and 662 (26 and 27 vs. Texas, and that doesn’t include the ones he hit in the World Series).
One time on my first day at a new job I lost a folder full of important papers and then sliced my thumb open. That’s kind of how Demarcus Evans’ Major League debut went last night.
Sam Blum says that the Rangers are going to be leaning on Kyle Gibson and Jordan Lyles for the foreseeable future, mainly because they’re two of the only viable starting pitchers left in the organization.
TR Sullivan writes that Willie Calhoun (and other young players of significance) will probably be playing in the fall instructional league.
Jomboy has a breakdown of A-Hole Josh Donaldson vs. A-Hole Umpire.
Have a good weekend.