The Rangers have accomplished a lot in the 50-plus years the team has been in existence. Founded in 1961 as the Washington Senators, the franchise relocated to Arlington, Texas 11 years later where they became the Rangers — the team we know of today. The Rangers have never won a World Series championship but came close twice when the club reached the final in 2010 and again in 2011. Ron Washington guided the Rangers to an impressive 90-7 record in 2010 before the club lost in the World Series to the San Francisco Giants.
With much of the same roster, the Rangers again in 2011 — only this time the club dropped a seven-game thriller to the St. Louis Cardinals.
In total, the Rangers have captured two AL Pennants, and seven West Division titles — its last coming in 2016.
Juan Gonzalez was a threat every time the power hitter stepped to the plate. The former slugger played 13 seasons with the Rangers and still holds the club record for most home runs with 372. Michael Young was also the face of the Rangers franchise as the former shortstop collected a club record 2,230 hits over his career in Texas. Pitching great Charlie Hough holds the record for most team victories with 139 overall.
Texas Rangers Betting Lines Today
For up-to-date information regarding the Rangers’s next game, you can always sleep well knowing that we have you covered with the daily wagering lineup below.
While these will have some very time-oriented lines, please make sure to double-check lines as they develop throughout the day before you make your final bet.
Texas Rangers Scores & Schedule
For a detailed look at the Rangers’s schedule from April to September and possibly beyond, you can touch base with the calendar tool below.
With this option you can also have a better idea of how Texas has been playing against certain teams throughout the year, if they have matched up before.
This can be incredibly useful especially against AL West rivals and also for you to see where the Rangers play better, whether it be on the road or at home.
Texas Rangers Standings Right Now
Coupling with the schedule tool above, making sure you are up-to-date with the AL West standings can be incredibly helpful in seeing how each team fits in the American League playoff picture.
While it is useful to check the standings daily, you can check back in weekly to get a clear idea of how each team is playing barring major injuries.
How To Win At Texas Rangers Betting
There were high expectations pinned on the Texas Rangers after the club won back-to-back West Division titles in 2015 and 2016. However the club failed to get past the Toronto Blue Jays twice in the ALDS, getting swept in three straight games during the 2016 post-season.
Offense has certainly not been the issue for the Rangers, who ranked seventh overall in hits in the American League in 2016. That same season, the club hammered 215 home runs and 746 runs batted in — both good enough to put the Rangers top 5 in both categories. Even on the mound the Rangers were dominant — posting an AL third-best ERA of 4.37 and 84 quality starts along the way.
With a triple threat of Yu Darvish, Cole Hamels and A.J. Griffin, the Rangers still boast one of the best starting pitching rotations in baseball. However the duo of Hamels and Darvish couldn’t get it right in the 2016 post-season, posting ERAs of 16.20 and 9.00, respectively.
If the Rangers can get things together in the playoffs, the club is considered to be a legitimate contender for a World Series. Until then, they’ll just be one of the best regular season teams in Major League Baseball.
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