Couple Eli White’s superhuman effort with another strong outing from Glenn Otto and nine runs from the offense and you had a recipe for a real nice game of baseball.
Player of the Game: It’s White, of course, who in addition to the catch of the season went 3 for 4 with two runs scored and two RBI on a two-run home run that gave the Rangers a 4-1 lead after he had robbed the Rays of three potential outcome-altering runs in the 1st inning.
However, special shoutout to LSU’s own Josh H. Smith who debuted tonight with three singles and two runs scored.
Up Next: The Rangers will spend the final day of May once again trying to finish the climb back to .500 with Martin Perez on the mound against a yet to be determined starter for Tampa Bay.
Tuesday night’s first pitch from The Shed is scheduled for 7:05 pm CDT.