Well, let’s see. They pulled off a triple play.
They showed some rare late life by scoring two in the ninth, avoiding being shut out.
Brock Burke had two scoreless innings.
Marcus Semien put up his first two-hit game. Corey Seager and Nathaniel Lowe got two hits each as well.
Did we mention the triple play? It got Dane Dunning out of what was setting up to be yet another disastrous first inning for him.
With a runner at first and second, nobody out, Seattle’s left fielder Jesse Winker, also desperate for a hit, lined a scorcher to first. Lowe snagged it for one out. Stepped on first for the second out. And threw to second to pick off the runner from second who was standing on third wondering what happened.
And just like that, threat over. One pitch, three outs. The Rangers have more triple plays this season than triples.
But that was about all that happened that’s worth talking about.