It’s time for the All-Star break, which is just what Texas Rangers needed and of course the support of their fans. You can cheer for them live with these Cheap Texas Rangers Tickets we’ve got here at Tix2games.

The first half of the MLB season was hard on Rangers, I mean losing more than winning is always tough on the team. That’s exactly what Rangers been through these past eight games. What they need is to recharge their minds just as manager Chris Woodward advise them.

He suggested “everyone to relax and enjoy themselves” not overdoing it is definitely good advice. Because as soon as their break is over they are up against the Houston Astros. Texas Rangers Match Tickets are available at Tix2games.com. Get them now if you want to watch them play live against Houston. Sunday’s innings were saved by Rouged Odor’s three-run homer in the 11th. Thanks to him Rangers went to the break on a high note.

Joey Gallo

 

Now about the two players that know how to lead the team in games, first of them is Joey Gallo.

Bryan Buxton is we can say the fastest players in baseball. He made his best move when rangers threw at him in the second inning. He moved fast like a bullet, this makes what All-star Joey Gallo did next all the more impressive.

After Twins’ go-ahead run at third when Buxton just swiped second and Max Kepler’s flyball to center field Buxton was thinking of getting in the third just like this. But the one top throw in third was Gallo. His one-hop seed and a quick tag by Asdrubal Cabrera had Buxton taste defeat.

You can see more impressive plays just like this one by going to the Rangers games live. Texas Rangers Tickets Discount Coupon. The twin could not counter-attack and the game remained tied.

Gallo made a double, a bunt single, a walk and two runs scored, with three strikeouts.

 

 

Shin-Soo Choo

 

The other player worth mentioning is Shin-Soo Choo. Though he had to leave in the eighth inning due to his ankle injury he stayed hot on the plate till then. All-Star Choo owns a six-game hitting streak and why he is an All-star showed in his games. He stopped the opponent team from completely sweeping off Rangers to his best of ability.

He scored three hits on Saturday and two hits and two walks on Sunday to end the series 6 for 11. He uncompromisingly tagged at first on a fly ball to the left-field corner then stole third base in the first inning.

Choo was not doing this much in the first-half season of his career. Let’s hope this year is not anything like the last one and that the All-star can make this year count. That probably in the best interest of the team as well.

There is much time for the pitching staff to improve. And with these two players on the roster improving day by day can be not a far-fetched dream. They’ll have to improve there isn’t much choice that if they want to earn a playoff spot, not to mention 84 wins.

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