The Texas Rangers came into the 2023 season with a chip on their shoulder after losing 94 games in 2022.
Fortified by a revamped pitching staff and a potent lineup, the Rangers haven’t been impressive this season.
With a 6-4 win over the slumping St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday, the Rangers reached the 40-win mark and went 20 games above the .500 mark.
One of his key contributors, former Cardinal Edolis Garcia, hit a home run in the fifth inning.
After the game, Garcia discussed what has been working for the Rangers this season and what they can continue to do to keep the ball rolling.
“Right now, we are playing together as a family.”
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Garcia discussed the Rangers’ current mindset, saying that right now, the team is having fun as a unit and playing together.
He even described the team as a family.
Garcia said the Rangers are doing a good job right now of working hard and playing together, grinding out each game and having fun in the process.
The Rangers have now won five games in a row, a season high.
They have also achieved six straight series wins.
Garcia discussed how the team has been able to overcome its obstacles, pointing out that when things go wrong, the Rangers have been able to find other ways to win ballgames and stay warm.
Texas extended its lead over the defending World Series champion Houston Astros to 4.5 games in the American League West division.
The Rangers also have the second best record in all of baseball.
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