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August 24, 2008

Geometry is not a strong suit for the Rangers

Josh Hamilton took an awful angle on the "triple" hit by Shin-Soo Choo in the fourth inning. That allowed Cleveland to tie the game. It's nothing new though. Marlon Byrd took a bad angle on a ball in right field Friday night. For a team that plays 81 games in this park, you'd think they'd figure things out a little better than they have. But then again, when you're in a tailspin like the Rangers are, everyhing seems to go against you. But always remember, pi = 3.14159.

- Anthony Andro


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