Rangers Alternate site vs Astros Alternate site game two

Rangers Alternate site vs Astros Alternate site in game two of this three-game series. The third game is scheduled for tomorrow Wednesday, April 14th. First pitch at 1:05 PM.

Right hander Jason Bahr started for the Rangers.

The following were scheduled to pitch after Jason Bahr in today’s alternate site exhibition game:

  • RHP Blake Bass
  • RHP Michael Matuella
  • LHP Joely Rodríguez
  • RHP Colin Wiles

The line-up

  1. Delino DeShields, CF
  2. Yonny Hernandez, 2B
  3. Curtis Terry, 1B
  4. John Hicks, RF
  5. Carl Chester, LF
  6. Charles Leblanc, 3B
  7. Matt Whatley, DH
  8. Isaias Quiroz, C
  9. Frainyer Chavez, SS

When you end in a 1-1 tie, you know there was effective pitching on both sides.

On the mound

Jason Bahr pitched 3.1 innings allowing one run on two hits, three walks and struck out eight.

Blake Bass was the first pitcher to come in for relief and pitched two scoreless innings. He allowed one hit and issued one walk.

Left-hander, Joely Rodríguez, who I think will be back with the Rangers soon, pitched a scoreless frame. He threw 17 pitches/11 for strikes and walked one and struck out two.

Colin Wiles threw two shutout innings and struck out one.

Michael Matuella closed things out to secure the tie. He pitched a scoreless innings while striking out one.

At the plate

Curtis Terry tied the game for the Rangers at 1-1 with a single that scored Yonny Hernandez in the top of the 8th. Curtis Terry and Yonny Hernandez have been mentioned quite a bit in the first four games exhibition games for the alternate site.

Carl Chester and Frainyer Chavez each had the other hits for the Rangers alternate site.

As a group, the line-up scored one run on three hits, worked five walks and struckout thirteen times.

The final for game four of the exhibition schedule ended in a tie at 1-1. The Texas Rangers alternate site record is 1-2-1 for anyone keeping track.

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