ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Corey Seeger, Cole Calhoun and Texas Rangers early chased Reed Detmers of Homers in the left-hander’s first start since the Los Angeles-based strikers did not attack.
They won it late with punches, moves and mistakes in Los Angeles.
Seeger launched seven runs in the eighth inning with a pop-up double in a long time after Homer in the first inning from Detmers, and the Rangers rallied to beat the Angels 10-5 on Tuesday night.
Mike Trout put the Angels ahead 4-3 with Homer winning in seventh place ahead of the wild eighth, which began with Seeger and Adalis Garcia winning the change.
“There are all the nuances in this filing,” Angels manager Joe Madonna said. “It just started bad and got worse. It was a really awkward, bad inning. “
Seeger’s strike on the left field line dodged Anthony Randon, the third man from the base to escape from second base. Garcia’s internal units brought Seager home from third place when second-base man Luis Rengif ran across the ground but made an ill-considered shot at first.
The adventures on the field were just beginning for the Angels after the first baseman Matt Duffy had to leave after Ranghif’s throw eventually hit him in the face when he collided with Garcia.
Ryan Tepera (1-1) organized the fall by walking side by side to Jonah Heim and Calhoun to load the base ahead of single by Nathaniel Lowe, who led 5-4 in Texas.
After hitting Sam Huff twice to the right for his third hit, lead striker Eli White, who scored his first four times, circled the supporting part when left-back Defender Brandon Marsh missed a sharp single jump behind the glove and rolled back against the wall. Three wounds resulted in a 10-4 advantage.
Now (1-1) has not got a way out, allowing five runs – all earned despite the adventures behind him. He was replaced by Cesar Valdes, called up from Triple-A earlier that day, before White sprinted at bases.
Texas won, trailing after seven innings for the first time after winning 0-10 in such games. The Rangers also finished the series with the Angels after responding to three Los Angeles runs in the first series with six at the bottom of the serve as a result of a 7-4 victory.
“It’s really cool to see everyone clicking in this one inning. “It won us a game of ball,” said Calhoun. “That’s what this team can do. He appeared in the first inning yesterday and appeared in the eighth inning tonight.”
Calhoun chased after Detmers, making Homer with an equal and two outs in the fourth, after Seeger went in the opposite direction to the left in the first against the 22-year-old left-hander, who was the youngest not to score in the 16th. years in the win over Tampa Bay with a score of 12-0.
“One day you have success and the next you don’t,” Detmers said. “It simply came to our notice then. You have to learn from that. It’s just baseball. “
Homer for Trout became his 10th this season and 42nd against the Rangers, lagging behind Reggie Jackson with the most opponents since the franchise moved to Texas 50 years ago.
Taylor Ward Homered leading third before Randon put the Angels 3-1 with a two-run shot from one of Texas starter Taylor Hearn.
Dennis Santana (1-1) scored two in the eighth without points before the Texas Rally.
Rangers 8, Dodgers 7
Siger’s strike in the opposite direction from the left became his eighth – it was all at home in his debut in Texas after signing a 10-year contract for $ 325 million.
Now Seeger has more homers on the Globe Life Field as a ranger than the Los Angeles Dodger after scoring seven for Los Angeles during the post-season neutral venue in 2020. He was the MVP of the NL Championship Series and the MVP of the World Series for Champions.
THE PAIN OF AHTAN
Shohei Otani had a painful night when he bounced the ball in the groin area before the second outing, making it 0 to 4. He scored ninth before being replaced by a striker.
Angels: INF David Fletcher (hip surgery) was transferred to the 60-day IL to make room on a list of 40 people to add RHP to Cesar Valdes of Triple-A Salt Lake. The “Angels” needed the depth of the bullpen when Jaime Baria was unavailable for days after giving away 4 1/3 of the innings for the first time. RHP Andrew Vanz was sent down.
Rangers: Mitch Harver (right forearm sprain) will be limited to a designated striker for a while if he returns from rehab, manager Chris Woodward said. Harver may return to the club for the start of a four-game series in Houston on Thursday. It has not been working since May 8.
Angels: Ohtani (3-2, 2.78 ERA) is scheduled for the series finale. Ahtani is 3-0 with a 1.13 ERA, as the two-way star allowed six runs in 3 2/3 innings in a 10-5 defeat to the Rangers on April 14th. It was his second defeat in a row to open the season after losing just twice from 23 starts last year.
Rangers: RHP Dane Dunning (1-2, 4.06) has given up five season finishes in a 7-1 defeat to Boston in his final start after allowing a total of four earned runs in his previous three starts.