Joseph Hoyt composes that the Ezequiel Duran's most memorable major association grand slam showed his valor for the Texas Rangers. Kennedi Landry also centers around Duran's day in his second beginning when any other way it would mean zeroing in on another Sunday evening that the Rangers squandered. Hoyt composes that the Rangers have been horrifying at zombie baseball which is fine on the grounds that when baseball arrives at additional innings under these stupid standards, all results are ill-conceived. Jeff Wilson composes that it's Martin Perez and not Clayton Kershaw that is the lefty who has gotten back to a spot he once called home to have a standout season with the Rangers. Tim Cowlishaw composes that Perez's most fragile excursion in weeks being a six-inning, two-run start shows how far the assumptions have developed. Levi's Weaver Wire covers the most recent on the Rangers including the call-up of Steele Walker, who had a calm presentation yesterday. As a besides from her bulletin, Landry takes note of that Corey Seager actually adores hitting at The Shed. What's more, Dan Szymborski takes a sneak top at the exchange cutoff time for FanGraphs where Perez is conceded his own passage.