Corey Seager homered for the first time since returning from the injured list, and John Gray Texas Rangers won 11-5 over colorado rockies Saturday afternoon in Arlington, Texas
Gray was facing his former team for the first time.
rangers Finished the day with 15 hits including a three-hit game by Seeger, Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe
Gray (4-1) earned the win, although he had a poor day out of the gate.
Gray faced a bases-loaded jam in the first inning with no outs, but worked a full run out of it. He pitched a solid debut against his former team, allowing one run on five hits with two walks and six strikeouts over five innings. pitched with gray of rocks from 2015-21
Colorado starter Kyle Freeland (4-5), meanwhile, lasted just two innings on a day the defense didn’t play at its best.
Freeland was charged with eight runs (five earned) on nine hits with no strikeouts. It was his shortest outing of the season and his shortest since starting in the second innings on September 1, 2021 with an injury.
rangers Scored four runs in the first innings, including one off a passed ball. Texas had another four-run inning in the second inning, highlighted by RBI hits by Lowe and Robby Grossman, who had three RBIs on the day.
rangers They increased their lead with a solo home run by Ezequiel Duran in the fifth and a two-run shot by Cesar in the sixth. both of those home runs came against of rocks left-handed batsman 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 of rocks
rangers Having won the first two games of the three-game series, they will go for their third sweep of the season on Sunday afternoon
– Field Level Media