Good morning, LSB.
It feels like for about the tenth time in the past year the Texas Rangers are in the national spotlight for something *not great*.
The Rangers were no-hit last night by San Diego’s own Joe Musgrove.
Evan Grant has notes and quotes from the game, mentioning the Padres’ apparent knack for doing wild S at Globe Life Field.
Jeff Wilson writes that it took San Diego 8,203 games to log the first no-hitter in their franchise’s history.
Kennedi Landry has Woodward quotes as well where he properly describes Mugrove’s breaking ball as “elite.”
The DMN has a collection of tweets from various sports people around the country reacting to the no-no, most of them just roasting the Rangers.
MLB dot com has nine fun(?) facts about San Diego’s first no-hitter.
Jeff Wilson has an update on Matt Bush’s elbow.
Wilson also has a story on Charlie Culberson’s relationship with former Rangers’ manager Ron Washington.
Evan Grant posted an article before the game last night discussing the tough stretch upcoming on the Rangers schedule and how they’ll know who they are after this span of games. Ha.
And there’s a new Weaver Wire out where Levi discusses Leody Taveras and Ian Kennedy, among other things.
That’s all for today. Have a good weekend.