Texas Rangers Spring 2023 tracker

Texas Rangers Spring 2023 tracker

Texas Rangers 2023 Spring Training record: 9-11

Game 1: Rangers VS Royals

Date: 2/24 at 2:05 PM Central, Surprise Stadium

Rangers Lineup:

  1. Semien, 2B
  2. Seager, SS
  3. Lowe, 1B
  4. García, RF
  5. Garver, DH
  6. Grossman, LF
  7. Jung, 3B
  8. Taveras, CF
  9. León, C

Rangers starter: RHP Glenn Otto

Result: Rangers 5, Royals 6

Win: Weiss (1-0) Loss: Church (0-1, -.–)

We just thought the Rangers were done with one run losses.

Game 2: Royals at Rangers

Date: 2/25 at 2:05 Central, Surprise Stadium

Rangers Lineup:

  1. Smith, SS
  2. Miller, 1B
  3. Frazier, LF
  4. Heim, C
  5. Jung, DH
  6. Mathias, 2B
  7. Jankowski, RF
  8. Thompson, CF
  9. Duran, 3B

SP: RHP Nathan Eovaldi

Result: Royals 10, Rangers 5

Win: Barlow (1-0) Loss: Dunning (0-1, 33.75)

Eovaldi looked to be in mid-season firm in just his 1st start of the season. He threw 19 pitches in 2 innings. He struckout 4. He also threw about 10 more pitches in a bullpen after his two innings.

Justin Foscue (.750 AVG/3.000 OPS) has swung a hot bat in his first two games. He went 2-for-2 with a solo HR. He has a home run in back-to-back games, giving him two home runs on the spring.

Game 3: Rangers at Guardians

Date: 2/26 at 2:05 PM Central, Goodyear Ballpark

The Texas Rangers (0-2) lineup today (2/26) vs. The Guardians (0-1).

  1. Semien, 2B
  2. Seager, SS
  3. Lowe, 1B
  4. García, RF
  5. Grossman, LF
  6. Jung, 3B
  7. Frazier, DH
  8. Huff, C
  9. Taveras, CF

SP: RHP Jon Gray

Result: Rangers 13, Guardians 4

Win: Jon Gray (1-0) Loss: Plesac (0-1)

Semien: 1-3

Seager: 2-2, 2 R, 3 RBI

Grossman: 1-1, RBI, 2 BB

Taveras 2-3, 2 RBI

Wendzel: 2-2, HR, 2 RBI

Gray: 2.0 IP 0 R

Ragans: 2.0 IP, 3 K, 0 R

Vanasco: 1.0 IP, 1 R, 2 K

Marc Church-97 mph

Corey Seager blasted his 1st home run of the spring as did Davis Wendzel.

Game 4: Rangers at Reds

Date: 2/27 at 2:05 PM Central at Goodyear Ballpark

Result: Rangers 13, Reds 2

Win: Martín Pérez (1-0) Loss: Greene (0-1)

This was the second game in a row that the Rangers lineup scored 13 runs. They are currently averaging 9 runs per game.

Mitch Garver and Sam Huff each hit a home-run.

Game 5: Rockies (3-0) at Rangers (2-2)

Rangers lineup vs the Rockies 2/28.

  1. Semien, 2B
  2. Seager, SS
  3. Lowe, 1B
  4. García, RF
  5. Heim, C
  6. Grossman, LF
  7. Jung, 3B
  8. Taveras, CF
  9. Frazier, DH

SP: LHP Cody Bradford

Followed at some point by Jack Leiter and Kumar Rocker.

Game 6&7 split squad Padres and Dodgers

The Rangers fell to the Padres by a score of 5-1 after the game was called in the middle of the seventh inning, when a rainstorm descended upon Peoria Stadium.

Combined with a rain-shortened, 2-4 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers in Surprise as part of a split squad slate, Texas snapped a three-game winning streak and dropped to a 3-4 record in Cactus League play.

Game 8: Rangers at Brewers (3/2)

The Rangers won 7-4 with Dane Dunning (1-1) earning the win. He pitched 3 innings, allowing one run on 3 hits and struck out 5.

At the plate the Rangers scored 7 runs on 11 hits. They walked six times. Ezequiel Duran was the only one in the line-up with a multi-hit game, going 2-for-3 with 2 RBI.

Game 9: Giants at Rangers

The Rangers won 11-7 against Bruce Bochy’s old team, the San Francisco Giants.

Left-hander Taylor Hearn started on the mound for the Rangers. The Rangers used 9 pitchers who each threw for one inning.