Texas Rangers Tickets – Power and now…Pitching
Texas Rangers tickets have been a powerhouse at the plate the last few seasons, delivering plenty of power. Unfortunately that batting prowess hasn’t translated into winning because the Rangers have been woefully short on pitching. 2015 Texas Rangers tickets could change that perception and do it quickly. Looking back, the Rangers appeared to be in good shape, holding a lead in the American League West. But as the summer progressed and the defensive woes of Texas took hold, the division lead evaporated and the Rangers finished second but still managed a winning season, their first of the last five years. But 2015 Rangers are shaping up to be killers.
Rangers Tickets You Gotta Have
In a year that could see the Texas Rangers finally win the AL West it seems like every Rangers ticket should be a prize. But there are some Rangers tickets that should be especially enjoyable. Every Texas fan would love to be in Rangers Ballpark for the pounding of the Los Angeles Angels. And what Texas Rangers aficionado wouldn’t like a shot at seeing the Oakland Athletics fall? And should the Yankees or Red Sox visit Rangers Ballpark could you pass that up? Didn’t think so. Get your Texas Rangers tickets now and live it up. It’s a new day in Arlington.
2010 Rangers Tickets
If you’ve got plenty of bats but no arms where do you go? Well, you could reach into the free agent market, and pay big money. The Texas went elsewhere, banking on developing some home talent brought up from the farm system. It’s working out pretty well on the mound. Scott Feldman made his mark by winning 17 games in 31 starts and keeping a respectable 4.08 ERA. At one point Feldman was hot enough to notch eight straight wins. Left Derek Holland is expected to be a big producer along with Tommy Hunter. Watch out for Colby Lewis also. The underground info is that he’s due for a big year in 2010.
Of course on offense the Texas Rangers just have to keep up the pace. That means plenty of Josh Hamilton to lead the way. Two seasons ago Hamilton notched 32 home runs with 130 RBI but injury cut those in half in 2009. Word is Hamilton will be back big time in 2010. Designated Hitter Vladimir Guerrero is primed for a big year and could top 20 home runs this season while guys like Michael Young and Nelson Cruz should step up and be big contributors. All in all it adds up to another big year at the plate for the Texas Rangers. With plenty of scoring potential and an emerging pitching rotation, the Texas Rangers could make a big move in the AL West happen.
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