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June 23, 2009

Arizona takes commanding 7-2 lead

What are the odds the Rangers' offense can come back from a 7-2 deficit, assuming Jason Jennings and whoever follows can hold Arizona in check? Not good, even though the Rangers have six hits after five turns at bat.

Speaking of not good, Matt Harrison was not good. He allowed seven runs in 3 2/3 innings as he consistently fell behind hitters. The left-hander also walked four.

The Rangers appear to be headed to a fifth straight loss, which would match their longest skid of the season. The first came in early April.

-- Jeff Wilson


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When the Diamondbacks went ahead 2-0 in the first inning my old cat looked up at me and said, "Oh man, the Rangers will never overcome a lead like that."
I'm a Rangers fan and I love the Rangers but I'm getting a little tired of seeing them flail away at bad pitches. Did y'all see Cruz in the fifth inning? He looked awful. What's going on?

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