The Oakland A’s have won the division, now what do the Rangers have to do to make the post-season?
Most teams would relish the opportunity to return home with a wild card birth on the line. But the 2013 Rangers might just be the exception.
For the second straight season the Rangers have been beaten out by the Oakland Athletics.
Winning the AL West is out of the question for the Rangers. Now, the Wild Card is slipping away as well.
Garza pitched eight impressive innings for his first victory in six starts and the Texas Rangers kept close in the playoff race, beating the Kansas City Royals 3-1 Saturday night.
Were you as nauseated by Ray Lewis’ last dance as I was? First of all, his pre-game show was downright silly. I mean, with all the smoke and fire and Nelly’s “Hot in Herre” and the plot of grass for some kind of perverted prop.
Recent history shows the playoff bye isn’t such a big deal anymore. In six of the last seven years, one of the Super Bowl participants didn’t get a bye to begin the postseason. And five of those teams wound up winning the NFL title.
Josh Hamilton’s night: 4 at-bats. 8 pitches. 5 outs. 2 strikeouts. 0 balls out of the infield. Like his team – which scored only 1 run in its final 15 innings – Josh ended with barely a whimper.
There was no way Texas Rangers fan Colton Burton was missing his team’s chance to win this Wild Card matchup against the Baltimore Orioles.
Following an exciting weekend of NFL football with the Wild Card games, Josh & Elf welcomed a slew of their favorite reporters from all over the country to give a recap of the big games.
For those of you yelling “Tim Tebow has as many playoff wins as Tony Romo!”, why didn’t you scream the same after the Texans’ victory led by a first-time quarterback named T.J. Yates?
These are our fantasy teams for the Wild Card Weekend of the NFL playoffs.