Elvis Andrus scored the best statistics of his career, with five produced, including three by a home run that tied the board in the seventh episode of the game that the Texas Rangers won on Tuesday 9-5 to the Tampa Bay Rays.
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Venezuelan Andrus’s two-out shot sent the ball to the visitors’ bullpen and ended a five-innings streak in the Tampa Bay bullpen without conceding a scoring after Matt Andriese left in the second inning by a tug In one groin.
Hoying’s line crashed into the ridge of the right-field wall, with the home full and one out, during a four-run eighth-round attack against Chase Whitley (1-1). Thus, the tie was broken to 5.
After a sacrifice fly by Shin-Soo Choo, Andrus’s single to left field produced another pair.
Keone Kela (2-1) took the win after resolving the eighth inning without accepting an annotation. Matt Bush made the perfect ninth for his seventh save in eight chances.
For the Rays, Venezuelan Jesus Sucre 4-0.
For the Rangers, the Venezuelans Andrus of 5-3 with two scoring and five produced, Rougned Odor of 4-0. The Dominicans Nomar Mazara 5-2 with a tow, Adrián Beltre 3-1.