Texas RangersRangers
78-84
SP K.Allard
Wed 8/14, 4:37 PM -
TOR -150, O/U 10
Toronto Blue JaysBlue Jays
67-95
SP S.Reid-Foley
Wed 8/14, 4:37 PM - --
TOR -150, O/U 10
Rangers
78-84
SP K.Allard
Blue Jays
67-95
SP S.Reid-Foley
Lines
Team
Rangers
Blue Jays
+130
-150
+128
-148
+123
-141
+130
-150
+134
-144
+140
-150
+135
-145
+136
-146
Schedule Summary
TEX
Teams
TOR
162
No. Of Games
162
78-84
Record
67-95
86-75
ATS Record
79-82
53.4%
Cover%
49.1%
75-83
O/U Record
74-78
47.5%
Over%
48.7%
Schedule & Result
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Rangers Pitching
1
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Kolby Allard
 
Blue Jays Pitching
1
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Sean Reid-Foley
TEX Pitching
TOR Pitching
 
Rangers Pitching
1
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Kolby Allard
 
Rangers Lineup
DH
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Shin-Soo Choo
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1B
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Danny Santana
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SS
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Elvis Andrus
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LF
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Willie Calhoun
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RF
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Nomar Mazara
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2B
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Rougned Odor
Latest News
3B
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Isiah Kiner-Falefa
Latest News
CF
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Delino DeShields
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C
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Jose Trevino
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Blue Jays Lineup
SS
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Bo Bichette
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2B
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Cavan Biggio
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DH
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Vladimir Guerrero
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RF
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Randal Grichuk
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CF
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Teoscar Hernandez
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1B
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Rowdy Tellez
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3B
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Brandon Drury
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LF
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Derek Fisher
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C
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Danny Jansen
Latest News
TEX Lineup
TOR Lineup
 
Rangers Lineup
DH
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Shin-Soo Choo
OUT
Latest News
1B
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Danny Santana
Latest News
SS
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Elvis Andrus
Latest News
LF
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Willie Calhoun
Latest News
RF
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Nomar Mazara
Latest News
2B
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Rougned Odor
Latest News
3B
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Isiah Kiner-Falefa
Latest News
CF
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Delino DeShields
Latest News
C
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Jose Trevino
Latest News
 
Rangers Injuries
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Jeff MathisTEX
Done for season
This should not come as shock since Mathis hadn't played since Sept. 14. He was hoping to get into a lineup at some point before the end of the season, but the back injury never improved to the point where he could play. The 36-year-old backstop, who is under contract for one more season, started 76 games and played in 88 overall for the Rangers, the most starts and games played since 2011 when he was with the Angels. The Rangers may cut back on his playing time in 2020, but first they need to evaluate Jose Trevino and determine if he's ready for the No. 1 job.
OUT
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Brock BurkeTEX
Won't require surgery
Burke will require some rehab but is expected to return prior to the start of the 2020 season. The pair of shoulder issues gives some reason to worry about the 23-year-old's value next season, however, and his 7.43 ERA and 11.7 percent strikeout rate through his first six big-league starts aren't particularly encouraging either.
OUT
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Joey GalloTEX
unlikely to return this season
Gallo has been sidelined since undergoing surgery to repair a broken hamate bone in his right wrist near the end of July. The outfielder hasn't resumed hitting since suffering a setback in Arizona last week; with less than a week left in the season and the Rangers eliminated from the playoffs, there's no reason to rush the slugger back. Gallo appeared in just 70 games this season due to multiple injuries, slashing .253/.389/.598 with 22 home runs and four steals.
OUT
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Matt BushTEX
Needs Tommy John surgery
He had surgery to repair a partially torn UCL in September of 2018, and was in the midst of a rehab assignment when it was revealed he needed to have Tommy John surgery. Bush will be out until at least late 2020.
OUT
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Nate JonesTEX
Club option declined
Jones missed most of 2019 after undergoing surgery on a forearm injury and was acquired by the Rangers at the trade deadline along with international slot compensation and cash considerations. The 33-year-old recorded a 3.48 ERA with a 1.65 WHIP over 10.1 innings pitched in 2019.
OUT
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Joe PalumboTEX
Blister issues return
Palumbo dealt with a blister in late August and early September as well. He'll miss out on a bit of development time this fall but shouldn't be affected for the start of spring training.
OUT
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Jesse ChavezTEX
Undergoes elbow surgery
Chavez finished the season with a 4.85 ERA in 78 innings. He'll be shut down for eight weeks but will then start a throwing program in time to be ready for the start of spring training.
OUT
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Logan ForsytheTEX
Could be shut down
Forsythe, who hasn't played in 10 days, becomes on option as the Rangers consider alternatives that would allow them to add catcher Tim Federowicz for the final days of the season. With Jeff Mathis (back) still unavailable, Federowicz would provide roster flexibility for manager Chris Woodward.
OUT
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Shin-Soo ChooTEX
Undergoes shoulder surgery
The exact nature of the procedure is not yet clear, though Choo described the procedure as minor. He expects to be fully recovered in six to eight weeks, giving him plenty of time to be ready for the start of spring training. It doesn't sound like there's cause for major concern for Choo's 2020 campaign, though adding injury risk to a player as he heads into his age-37 season isn't exactly a positive.
OUT
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Hunter PenceTEX
Won't return this season
Pence has been on the shelf since Aug. 27 with a back injury and simply won't have enough time to make it back before the end of the season. The veteran outfielder compiled a .287/.358/.552 slash line with 18 home runs and six steals in 83 games for the Rangers this season and is hoping to continue playing in 2020.
OUT
 
Blue Jays Injuries
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Tim MayzaTOR
Outrighted to Triple-A
The move helps clear space on the Blue Jays' 40-man roster for the team to protect Thomas Hatch and Santiago Espinal ahead of the Rule 5 draft. Mayza is expected to miss the entirety of the 2020 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.
OUT
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Jordan GroshansTOR
Shut down for season
He was in the midst of a breakout season but an undisclosed left foot injury limited him to just 23 games for Low-A Lansing. In that time, he hit .337/.427/.482 with two home runs and one steal in 96 plate appearances. Groshans has a chance to develop into a five-category fantasy contributor on the left side of the infield. If he really impresses in spring training, it's possible he could open the year at High-A, but he will likely head back to the Midwest League.
OUT
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A.J. ColeTOR
Slated for Tuesday activation
After making a minor-league start for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Wednesday, Cole will return to the big leagues. Through 11 appearances this season, he's posted an ugly 6.17 ERA and 1.45 WHIP with a 25:12 K:BB over 23.1 innings.
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TEX Injuries
TOR Injuries
 
Rangers Injuries
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Jeff MathisTEX
Done for season
This should not come as shock since Mathis hadn't played since Sept. 14. He was hoping to get into a lineup at some point before the end of the season, but the back injury never improved to the point where he could play. The 36-year-old backstop, who is under contract for one more season, started 76 games and played in 88 overall for the Rangers, the most starts and games played since 2011 when he was with the Angels. The Rangers may cut back on his playing time in 2020, but first they need to evaluate Jose Trevino and determine if he's ready for the No. 1 job.
OUT
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Brock BurkeTEX
Won't require surgery
Burke will require some rehab but is expected to return prior to the start of the 2020 season. The pair of shoulder issues gives some reason to worry about the 23-year-old's value next season, however, and his 7.43 ERA and 11.7 percent strikeout rate through his first six big-league starts aren't particularly encouraging either.
OUT
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Joey GalloTEX
unlikely to return this season
Gallo has been sidelined since undergoing surgery to repair a broken hamate bone in his right wrist near the end of July. The outfielder hasn't resumed hitting since suffering a setback in Arizona last week; with less than a week left in the season and the Rangers eliminated from the playoffs, there's no reason to rush the slugger back. Gallo appeared in just 70 games this season due to multiple injuries, slashing .253/.389/.598 with 22 home runs and four steals.
OUT
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Matt BushTEX
Needs Tommy John surgery
He had surgery to repair a partially torn UCL in September of 2018, and was in the midst of a rehab assignment when it was revealed he needed to have Tommy John surgery. Bush will be out until at least late 2020.
OUT
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Nate JonesTEX
Club option declined
Jones missed most of 2019 after undergoing surgery on a forearm injury and was acquired by the Rangers at the trade deadline along with international slot compensation and cash considerations. The 33-year-old recorded a 3.48 ERA with a 1.65 WHIP over 10.1 innings pitched in 2019.
OUT
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Joe PalumboTEX
Blister issues return
Palumbo dealt with a blister in late August and early September as well. He'll miss out on a bit of development time this fall but shouldn't be affected for the start of spring training.
OUT
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Jesse ChavezTEX
Undergoes elbow surgery
Chavez finished the season with a 4.85 ERA in 78 innings. He'll be shut down for eight weeks but will then start a throwing program in time to be ready for the start of spring training.
OUT
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Logan ForsytheTEX
Could be shut down
Forsythe, who hasn't played in 10 days, becomes on option as the Rangers consider alternatives that would allow them to add catcher Tim Federowicz for the final days of the season. With Jeff Mathis (back) still unavailable, Federowicz would provide roster flexibility for manager Chris Woodward.
OUT
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Shin-Soo ChooTEX
Undergoes shoulder surgery
The exact nature of the procedure is not yet clear, though Choo described the procedure as minor. He expects to be fully recovered in six to eight weeks, giving him plenty of time to be ready for the start of spring training. It doesn't sound like there's cause for major concern for Choo's 2020 campaign, though adding injury risk to a player as he heads into his age-37 season isn't exactly a positive.
OUT
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Hunter PenceTEX
Won't return this season
Pence has been on the shelf since Aug. 27 with a back injury and simply won't have enough time to make it back before the end of the season. The veteran outfielder compiled a .287/.358/.552 slash line with 18 home runs and six steals in 83 games for the Rangers this season and is hoping to continue playing in 2020.
OUT