The Texas Rangers have experienced high peaks and low valleys this season
By Seth Carlson
The pandemic may have kept us from riding physical roller coasters at an amusement park, but the Texas Rangers have been giving their fans a roller coaster ride of a season from home so far in 2021 (or at the ballpark).
Regardless of where you’re taking in Rangers game action, it’s become evident that dramatic peaks and valleys have defined this team’s young season.
Of course, this is the case with most sports franchises over the duration of a season, but considering where this franchise was not too long ago, the bright spots have been very encouraging, while the low points have been, well, low.
Texas’ sub .500 record doesn’t capture the intricate details that have more or less comprised the storylines that we’ve seen unfold to date. Let’s recap some of those.