The Texas Rangers have experienced high peaks and low valleys this season

Seth Carlson
May 17, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Texas Rangers left fielder Willie Calhoun (5) and center fielder Adolis Garcia (53) and right fielder Joey Gallo (13) celebrate the win over the New York Yankees at Globe Life Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
May 17, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Texas Rangers left fielder Willie Calhoun (5) and center fielder Adolis Garcia (53) and right fielder Joey Gallo (13) celebrate the win over the New York Yankees at Globe Life Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /
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Texas Rangers Joe Musgrove
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Texas Rangers Valley: Joe Musgrove no-hits the Texas Rangers

There wouldn’t be high points without low points.

From a baseball standpoint, it doesn’t get much lower for your team than being on the wrong side of history, which the Texas Rangers were against Joe Musgrove and the San Diego Padres on April 9, 2021 in Arlington.

All of that burgeoning early season hope that the Rangers had provided seemingly went down the drain after that game, as San Diego would go onto sweep that series at Globe Life Field, a sign that Texas has a ways to go in the course of its rebuild.

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