Sometimes, when you can’t make your own magic, you have to have someone else do it for you.
That’s exactly what the Rangers did.

Nathaniel Lowe was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, giving the Rangers a wild 3-2 win.

Jose Urena did a great job of keeping the Rangers in the game early.

He pitched six strong innings and allowed just one run.

Adolis Garcia tied the game in the bottom of the sixth when he lined his 11th home run of the season into the left field seats.

In the seventh, the Rangers turned to their bullpen, and the first batter that new Texas pitcher Jose Leclerc faced drove a home run into the Angels bullpen to give LA the lead.

Down by one in the eighth, Marcus Semien and Corey Seager reached base with a walk and a single to set up Nathaniel Lowe, who came through with a sac fly to tie the game at two.

The Rangers’ bullpen came up huge in this one, pitching 7 innings of one-run ball to secure the win.


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