After as bad as they were for far too long, the Rangers re-discovered their offense, sweeping four games from Toronto in almost as dominating fashion as the Astros did to the Rangers their last trip into Arlington.
10-4, 6-3, 10-0, and last night 9-2.
The swept without Scherzer. They swept with Eovaldi able to go only 3.1 innings.
They swept by pounding Blue Jays pitching, putting up three innings of four runs or more.
This is how they jumped out to the big lead in the American League West. And this is the only way they are going to ride into the playoffs.
Offense. Offense. And more offense.
For the last six games, that’s exactly what they’ve gotten.
Corey Seager continued his quest to wrestle the A.L. MVP from Shohei Ohtani, going 10-for-14, scoring seven runs, and driving in five, moving his average up to a major league best .344, hitting his league leading fortieth double and his thirty-first home run last night, also moving ahead of Ohtani in OPS, which also leads all of baseball.
Canada might not let him back in the country.