Derek Holland noticed how quiet it suddenly got after the final pitch of his eighth career shutout for the Texas Rangers.
Derek Holland won in his return from the disabled list, and Texas hit back-to-back-to-back home runs in the seventh inning as the Texas Rangers beat the Seattle Mariners 7-2
Texas Rangers LHP Derek Holland will make his return on Wednesday as the starting pitcher vs. the Seattle Mariners.
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The Texas Rangers have recalled Anthony Ranaudo from Triple-A Round Rock to start their series finale against the Los Angeles Angels.
When Yu Darvish went down, the Rangers still had Derek Holland. Many within the organization remained quietly optimistic he could carry the load, too. This was supposed to be Holland’s year.
The Texas Rangers will be without Derek Holland until at least mid-June after the left-hander was put on the 60-day disabled list
Collin McHugh picked up where he left off as a rookie pitcher for the Houston Astros, who finally put together some offense as well.
Derek Holland has left the home opener for the Texas Rangers after only one inning.
Derek Holland has started a World Series game at home for the Rangers, a gem in Game 4 in 2011. Now the left-hander gets a fresh start in the home opener for Texas.
Derek Holland could be in line to start the Rangers home opener on April 10. The left-hander is not expected to be ready for the season opener four nights earlier.