There is hope.

Mitch Garver connects for a solo-home run.

The Rangers will win another game this year. With thirty-two games left in the season, we here at Rangers Rounding 3rd can go out on a limb and say, with one hundred percent assurance, yes, the Rangers will win one of those game.

The upcoming schedule looks like this:

Two more in Minnesota.

Three against the Mets in New York

Three against the Twins at home.

Three against the Astros at home.

Three against the Athletics at home.

Four against the Blue Jays in Toronto.

Three against the Guardians in Cleveland.

Three against the Red Sox at home.

Three against the Mariners at home.

Three against the Angels in Los Angeles.

Four against the Mariners in Seattle.

Looking at the schedule, that Angels series in late September appears to be their best chance to win a game. So, loyal Rangers fans, during this long, dark losing streak, when you, like the rest of us, screamed out after the Rangers gave up four runs in the first inning yesterday, “Will this stupid team ever win another game?” The answer is yes.

Yes it will. Do not dispair.

September 25, 26, and 27. One of those games. Circle it on your calendar. And remember where you heard it first.