By LG

Scott Feldman faced an Indians team that has lost more games in the second half of the season than any other team in all of baseball. The Indians set a franchise record for losing they have played so bad. Scott Feldman gave the Indians 4 runs in the first inning and the Texas Rangers never recovered and would lose to the Indians 4-3. The Rangers could have really used a win to help distance themselves from the Oakland A’s who have played red-hot baseball and are now only three games back of the Rangers in the A.L. West.

The Rangers would try to chip away on the Indians lead. Cleveland got a decent game out of their starter Jeanmar Gomez who has recently been back to the Indians. Texas would score a run in the 3rd on a David Murphy home run blast. They would pick up another rn in the 5th off a Mitch Moreland sac fly that would drive in Murphy. The Rangers would pick up their last run in the 6th of a Adrian Beltre home run as they fell short and lost to the Cleveland Indians who snapped another one of the teams losing streaks.

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