Texas Rangers’ peak: Offense comes blistering out of the gate
Remember that insane Opening Day contest in Kansas City where both teams combined for 24 runs? Though Kyle Gibson pitched awfully that day, the lineup showed a well-roundedness and potency that we hadn’t seen from it in quite some time.
For the most part, this offense has been pretty scrappy since that outburst, seeing production from nearly every hitter from one through nine.
Though they’re not winning games consistently, it’s easy to identify an ascending group of hitters that should only get better with experience.