The Texas Rangers jumped out to an early lead on Monday before giving it back quickly and then eventually losing the game.
Compared to Tuesday's game, that was fun to watch.
Didn't get a chance to see the Rangers' 21-5 loss to the Yankees on Tuesday night? It's OK, that's why we're here. Here's a quick rundown of the unbelievable rollercoaster the Rangers took us on in what was one of their worst losses in club history.
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The Rangers batted around in the bottom of the first inning, taking advantage of a wild Chris Capuano and chasing him after just 2/3 of an inning. They scored five runs on three hits and gave Martin Perez a healthy lead to work with. All is good, right?
Turns out, it wasn't.
Perez and newly demoted long man Wandy Rodriguez teamed up to give up a staggering 11 runs in the top of the second inning, and the Yankees just kept piling on for the remainder of the night. On the flip side, the Rangers were no-hit from the time Capuano left the game by some guy named Diego Moreno and Adam Warren, who combined for 8 1/3 no-hit innings with just one walk.
We've seen blowout losses, but nothing like what we saw on Tuesday night.