The Texas Rangers (28-26) and Washington Nationals (25-27) will meet up in a interleague matchup Friday night at Nationals Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET

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The Texas Rangers (15-13) and Los Angeles Angels (14-13) will open up an American League series Friday night at Angel Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 10:05 p.m. ET

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The Seattle Mariners (6-5) and Texas Rangers (6-6) will open up an American League West series Monday night, with the first pitch scheduled for 8:05 p.m. ET at Globe Life Park in Arlington

Seattle Mariners vs. Texas Rangers

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The Texas Rangers (31-20) and Los Angeles Angels (26-26) will open up an important three-game American League West series on Friday night at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, with the first pitch scheduled for 10:05 ET

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For the Cards to have a chance, they have to get Pujols at bat with runners on base to prevent him being walked

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The Texas Rangers and Detroit Tigers will continue their American League Championship Series Tuesday night inside Comerica Park

Texas Rangers at Detroit Tigers

The Detroit Tigers need a big game out of 1B Miguel Cabrera

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The Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays continue their American League Division Series Monday night inside Tropicana Field.

Texas Rangers at Tampa Bay Rays

The Texas Rangers have had great success in the past against Tampa Bay Rays SP David Price

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American League division leaders square off in the second game of a crucial series at the Ballpark in Arlington.

Minnesota Twins at Texas Rangers

Minnesota was nearly no-hit in a 4-0 road loss to the Rangers at the Ballpark in Arlington last night, but the team has still won eight of 11 and 21 of 28 games.  The Twins carry a 4 1/2-game lead into tonight’s contest and hopes for a better offensive performance in the second game of the series, as they were one-hit for the 24th time in club history on Monday. “You definitely don’t want to get no-hit,” All-Star catcher Joe Mauer said.  “It’s nice to get a hit up there but we want runs.”  The club is now 17-7 against the AL West division and will look to improve upon its 11-7 mark on Tuesdays this evening.  The staff ERA of 2.76 against the division is the lowest of any American League team and the team was 19-21 versus the division in 2009.  Minnesota is a solid 14-7 in August (+610) and the total is 10-11 O/U in those contests.  The Twins have played six games after being shutout this season, posting an even 3-3 mark (-210) and a 9-9 record over the last three years (-160).

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