The Rangers offense is coming off an 11-5 win over the Rockies
Corey Seager returned home for the first time since returning from the injured list and Jon Gray got off to a good start. Texas Rangers He won 11-5 against it Colorado Rockies Saturday afternoon in Arlington, Texas
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Gray faced his former team for the first time.
THE Rangers He finished the day with 15 hits, including three-hit games by Seager, Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe
Gray (4-1) picked up the win, though his day looked bumpy out of the gate.
Gray faced a bases-loaded jam in the first inning with no outs, but got out of it unscathed. He got off to a solid start against his former team, allowing one run on five hits, two walks and six strikeouts in five innings. Gray square a Rocky Mountain Between 2015-21
Colorado starter Kyle Freeland (4-5), meanwhile, lasted just two innings on a day when the defense didn’t play its best.
Freeland was held to eight runs (five earned) on nine hits. It was his shortest outing of the season and his shortest since leaving a start on September 1, 2021 in the second inning with an injury.
THE Rangers he scored four runs in the first inning, including a run on a passed ball. Texas had another four-run inning in the second, highlighted by RBI hits from Lowe and Robbie Grossman, who had three RBIs on the day.
THE Rangers extended its lead with Ezequiel Duran’s solo home run in the fifth and Seager’s two-run shot in the sixth. Both home runs were against Rocky Mountain left-hander Fernando Abad
Colorado scored one run in the fourth inning, three in the eighth and one in the ninth. Harold Castro drove in two runs while Jurickson Profar had three hits Rocky Mountain
THE Rangers they have won the first two games of the three-game series and will go for their third sweep of the season on Sunday afternoon.
— Field Level Media