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2015 Texas Rangers season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2015 Texas Rangers
American League West champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record88–74 (.543)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Rangers Baseball Express (Ray Davis and Bob R. Simpson)
General manager(s)Jon Daniels
Manager(s)Jeff Banister
Local televisionFox Sports Southwest
(Steve Busby, Tom Grieve)
Local radioKRLD 105.3 FM (English)
(Eric Nadel, Matt Hicks, Jared Sandler)
KZMP 1540 AM (Spanish)
(Eleno Orlenas, Jerry Romo)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2015 Texas Rangers season was the Rangers' 55th season of the franchise and the 44th since the team relocated to Arlington, Texas. After a disastrous 2014 season in which the Rangers finished last in the entire American League (AL) and 3rd worst in all of Major League Baseball (MLB), and despite starting the season with an 8–16 record and being under .500 as late as August 13, the Rangers would clinch the American League West title on the final day of the season. It was the team's 6th division title and 7th postseason appearance in franchise history. They lost to the Toronto Blue Jays in five games in the Division Series. First year manager Jeff Banister was named the AL Manager of the Year.

Offseason

October 30: Colby Lewis, Neal Cotts and Scott Baker become free agents.

October 31: Sent 3 players to the minors.

November 20: Promoted 4 players from the minors, released 2, signed 3 to a minor league contract (2 with an invite to Spring training), and sent Daniel Robertson to the Los Angeles Angels for an unnamed player.

November 24: Released Jim Adduci and signed Ed Lucas to a minor league contract and invited him to Spring training.

December 2: Adam Rosales, Michael Kirkman, and Alexi Ogando become free agents.

December 8: Claimed Scott Barnes off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles.

December 11: Signed 3 players to a minor league contract and invited them to Spring training, while drafting Delino DeShields.

December 12: Received Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals for Chris Bostick and Abel De Los Santos.

December 14: Signed J. T. Wise to a minor league contract and invited him to Spring training.

December 15: Signed Francisco Mendoza to a minor league contract.

December 16: Signed Kyuji Fujikawa. Also signed 3 players to a minor league contract with 2 receiving an invite to Spring training.

December 18: Signed Mike McDade to a minor league contract.

Week of January 5: Signed Adam Rosales and gave 2 players a minor league contract (1 with an invite to Spring training).

Week of January 12: Signed 7 players to a minor league contract and invited 1 of them to Spring training.

Week of January 19: Received Yovani Gallardo and cash from the Milwaukee Brewers for Corey Knebel, Luis Sardinas, and Marcos Diplan and received Gonzalez Germen from the Yankees for cash. Signed Juan Perez and Ross Ohlendorf to a minor league contract and invited 6 others to Spring training.

  • Germen would be claimed by the Chicago Cubs off waivers.
  • Ohlendorf received an invite to Spring training.

January 27: Received Anthony Ranaudo from the Boston Red Sox for Robbie Ross, Jr.

January 28: Signed 2 players to a minor league contract.

February 3: Invited Martire Garcia to Spring training.

February 4: Signed Ryan Ludwick to a minor league contract and invited him to Spring training.

February 6: Signed Nate Schierholtz to a minor league contract and invited him to Spring training.

Regular season

Season standings

American League West

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Texas Rangers 88 74 0.543 43–38 45–36
Houston Astros 86 76 0.531 2 53–28 33–48
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 85 77 0.525 3 49–32 36–45
Seattle Mariners 76 86 0.469 12 36–45 40–41
Oakland Athletics 68 94 0.420 20 34–47 34–47


Division Leaders W L Pct.
Kansas City Royals 95 67 0.586
Toronto Blue Jays 93 69 0.574
Texas Rangers 88 74 0.543


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
New York Yankees 87 75 0.537 +1
Houston Astros 86 76 0.531
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 85 77 0.525 1
Minnesota Twins 83 79 0.512 3
Cleveland Indians 81 80 0.503
Baltimore Orioles 81 81 0.500 5
Tampa Bay Rays 80 82 0.494 6
Boston Red Sox 78 84 0.481 8
Chicago White Sox 76 86 0.469 10
Seattle Mariners 76 86 0.469 10
Detroit Tigers 74 87 0.460 11½
Oakland Athletics 68 94 0.420 18


American League Wild Card

Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-Head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 11–8 3–3 5–1 4–3 3–4 3–4 2–4 0–7 10–9 6–1 3–3 10–9 1–6 8–11 12–8
Boston 8–11 3–4 2–4 4–2 2–4 4–3 2–5 2–5 8–11 5–1 4–3 9–10 2–5 10–9 13–7
Chicago 3–3 4–3 10–9 9–10 5–1 7–12 4–3 6–13 2–5 5–2 4–3 1–5 3–3 4–3 9–11
Cleveland 1–5 4–2 9–10 7–11 5–2 9–10 4–2 7–12 5–2 3–4 4–3 5–2 3–3 3–4 12–8
Detroit 3–4 2–4 10–9 11–7 3–4 9–10 1–6 11–8 2–5 2–4 4–3 3–3 2–5 2–4 9–11
Houston 4–3 4–2 1–5 2–5 4–3 4–2 10–9 3–3 4–3 10–9 12–7 2–5 6–13 4–3 16–4
Kansas City 4–3 3–4 12–7 10–9 10–9 2–4 6–1 12–7 2–4 5–1 4–2 6–1 3–4 3–4 13–7
Los Angeles 4–2 5–2 3–4 2–4 6–1 9–10 1–6 5–2 2–4 11–8 12–7 3–3 12–7 2–5 8–12
Minnesota 7–0 5–2 13–6 12–7 8–11 3–3 7–12 2–5 1–5 4–3 4–3 4–2 3–3 2–5 8–12
New York 9–10 11–8 5–2 2–5 5–2 3–4 4–2 4–2 5–1 3–4 5–1 12–7 2–5 6–13 11–9
Oakland 1–6 1–5 2–5 4–3 4–2 9–10 1–5 8–11 3–4 4–3 6–13 3–4 10–9 1–5 11–9
Seattle 3–3 3–4 3–4 3–4 3–4 7–12 2–4 7–12 3–4 1–5 13–6 4–3 12–7 4–2 8–12
Tampa Bay 9–10 10–9 5–1 2–5 3–3 5–2 1–6 3–3 2–4 7–12 4–3 3–4 2–5 10–9 14–6
Texas 6–1 5–2 3–3 3–3 5–2 13–6 4–3 7–12 3–3 5–2 9–10 7–12 5–2 2–4 11–9
Toronto 11–8 9–10 3–4 4–3 4–2 3–4 4–3 5–2 5–2 13–6 5–1 2–4 9–10 4–2 12–8


Season summary

The Rangers would start the season as poorly as their 2014 season ended, reaching a season low eight games under .500 (8-16) on May 3. The lone bright spot was the resurgence of Prince Fielder from season-ending surgery the prior year. At the All-Star break, the Rangers improved slightly, but were still under .500 (42-46).

The second half of the season would see the team begin a resurgence, led in part by the acquisition of Cole Hamels, the emergence of Shawn Tolleson as the team's closer, the returns of Martin Perez and Derek Holland from the disabled list, and improved play by Shin-Soo Choo and Adrián Beltré. However, as late as August 3, the Rangers were still below .500. The improved play continued, and on September 15 (during a four-game home series against their in-state and division rivals the Houston Astros), the Rangers would defeat the Astros 6-5, taking the division lead in the process and ultimately sweeping the series. The Rangers would not relinquish the division lead from that point forward, though they would not clinch the division until the last day of the season when they defeated the Los Angeles Angels 9-2 behind a complete game effort from Hamels.

Game log

2015 Game Log[1]
April: 7–14 (Home: 2–7 ; Away: 5–7 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 6 @ Athletics L 0–8 S. Gray (1-0) Y. Gallardo (0-1) 36,067 0–1
2 April 7 @ Athletics W 3–1 C. Lewis (1-0) J. Hahn (0-1) N. Feliz (1) 15,025 1–1
3 April 8 @ Athletics L 0–10 S. Kazmir (1-0) R. Detwiler (0-1) 19,479 1–2
4 April 9 @ Athletics W 10-1 N. Martinez (1-0) K. Graveman (0-1) 16,045 2–2
5 April 10 Astros L 1–5 C. McHugh (1-0) D. Holland (0-1) 48,885 2–3
6 April 11 Astros W 6–2 Y. Gallardo (1-1) R. Hernandez (0-1) 36,833 3–3
7 April 12 Astros L 6–4 (14) W. Harris (1-0) L. Verrett (0-1) S. Deduno (1) 35,276 3–4
8 April 13 Angels L 3–6 M. Shoemaker (2-0) R. Detwiler (0-2) H. Street (3) 18,401 3–5
9 April 14 Angels W 8–2 N. Martinez (2-0) D. Rucinski (0-1) 21,805 4–5
10 April 15 Angels L 2–10 H. Santiago (1-1) A. Ranaudo (0-1) 25,575 4–6
11 April 17 @ Mariners W 3–1 Y. Gallardo (2-1) J. Happ (0-1) N. Feliz (2) 36,606 5–6
12 April 18 @ Mariners L 1–3 F. Hernandez (2-0) C. Lewis (1-1) F. Rodney (3) 43,017 5–7
13 April 19 @ Mariners L 10–11 Y. Medina (1-0) N. Feliz (0-1) 31,601 5–8
14 April 21 @ D-backs W 7–1 S. Tolleson (1-0) D. Hudson (0-1) 18,345 6–8
15 April 22 @ D-backs L 5–8 A. Bradley (2-0) Y. Gallardo (2-2) 17,886 6–9
16 April 24 @ Angels L 2–3 G. Richards (1-1) K. Kela (0-1) H. Street (6) 41,054 6–10
17 April 25 @ Angels L 1–4 V. Pestano (1-0) C. Lewis (1-2) H. Street (7) 38,016 6–11
18 April 26 @ Angels W 5–4 (11) N. Feliz (1-1) J. Alvarez (0-1) 35,053 7–11
19 April 27 Mariners L 1–3 T. Walker (1-2) Y. Gallardo (2-3) F. Rodney (5) 19,748 7–12
20 April 28 Mariners L 1–2 J. Happ (2-1) R. Detwiler (0-3) F. Rodney (6) 23,714 7–13
21 April 29 Mariners L 5–2 F. Hernandez (4-0) W. Rodriguez (0-1) F. Rodney (7) 26,037 7–14
May: 19–11 (Home: 7–7 ; Away: 12–4 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
22 May 1 Athletics L 5–7 D. Otero (2-1) R. Mendez (0-1) T. Clippard (2) 29,700 7–15
23 May 2 Athletics W 8–7 (10) K. Kela (1-1) R. Cook (0-2) 32,207 8–15
24 May 3 Athletics L 1–7 S. Gray (4-0) Y. Gallardo (2-4) 36,006 8–16
25 May 4 @ Astros W 2–1 K. Kela (2-1) C. Qualls (0-2) N. Feliz (3) 17,597 9–16
26 May 5 @ Astros W 7–1 W. Rodriguez (1-1) S. Feldman (2-3) 20,951 10–16
27 May 6 @ Astros W 11–3 C. Lewis (2-2) S. Deduno (0-1) 22,230 11–16
28 May 7 @ Rays W 5–4 A. Claudio (1-0) C. Archer (3-4) N. Feliz (4) 8,701 12–16
29 May 8 @ Rays L 2–8 N. Karns (2-1) Y. Gallardo (2-5) 11,704 12–17
30 May 9 @ Rays L 2–7 A. Bellatti (1-0) R. Detwiler (0-4) B. Boxberger (8) 20,943 12–18
31 May 10 @ Rays W 2–1 K. Kela (3-1) K. Jepsen (0-2) N. Feliz (5) 14,521 13–18
32 May 11 Royals W 8–2 C. Lewis (3-2) D. Duffy (2-2) 36,006 14–18
33 May 12 Royals L 6–7 (10) G. Holland (1-0) S. Pimentel (0-1) 23,659 14–19
34 May 13 Royals W 5–2 Y. Gallardo (3-5) Y. Ventura (2-3) N. Feliz (6) 26,258 15–19
35 May 14 Royals L 3–6 J. Guthrie (3-2) R. Detwiler (0-5) G. Holland (5) 33,818 15–20
36 May 15 Indians L 3–8 R. Webb (1-0) W. Rodriguez (1-2) 29,524 15–21
37 May 16 Indians L 8–10 S. Atchison (1-1) N. Feliz (1-2) C. Allen (6) 31,045 15–22
38 May 17 Indians W 5–1 N. Martinez (3-0) C. Carrasco (4-4) 32,189 16–22
39 May 19 @ Red Sox L 3–4 W. Miley (3-4) Y. Gallardo (3-6) K. Uehara (10) 36,580 16–23
40 May 20 @ Red Sox W 2–1 P. Klein (1-0) J. Kelly (1-3) S. Tolleson (1) 35,726 17–23
41 May 21 @ Red Sox W 3–1 W. Rodriguez (2-2) C. Buchholz (2-5) S. Tolleson (2) 34,945 18–23
42 May 22 @ Yankees W 10–9 C. Lewis (4-2) M. Pineda (5-2) R. Ohlendorf (1) 40,008 19–23
43 May 23 @ Yankees W 15–4 N. Martinez (4-0) C. Sabathia (2-6) 42,067 20–23
44 May 24 @ Yankees W 5–2 Y. Gallardo (4-6) C. Capuano (0-2) S. Tolleson (3) 45,681 21–23
45 May 25 @ Indians W 10–8 T. Scheppers (1-0) M. Rzepczynski (1-2) S. Tolleson (4) 13,614 22–23
46 May 26 @ Indians W 4–3 K. Kela (4-1) N. Hagadone (0-1) S. Tolleson (5) 11,352 23–23
47 May 27 @ Indians L 3–12 C. Carrasco (6-4) C. Lewis (4-3) 15,936 23-24
48 May 28 Red Sox L 5–1 E. Rodriguez (1-0) N. Martinez (4-1) 34,085 23–25
49 May 29 Red Sox W 7–4 Y. Gallardo (5-6) S. Wright (2-2) S. Tolleson (6) 38,176 24–25
50 May 30 Red Sox W 8–0 C. Gonzalez (1-0) W. Miley (4-5) 42,831 25–25
51 May 31 Red Sox W 4–3 R. Ohlendorf (1-0) K. Uehara (2-2) 32,848 26–25
June: 14–13 (Home: 6–5 ; Away: 8–8 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
52 June 2 White Sox W 15–2 C. Lewis (5-3) J. Samardzija (4-3) 27,558 27–25
53 June 3 White Sox L 2–9 C. Sale (5-2) N. Martinez (4-2) 32,598 27–26
54 June 4 White Sox W 2–1 (11) T. Scheppers (2-0) D. Jennings (1-2) 27,616 28–26
55 June 5 @ Royals W 4–0 C. Gonzalez (2-0) E. Volquez (4-4) 38,159 29–26
56 June 6 @ Royals W 4–2 W. Rodriguez (3-2) Y. Ventura (3-5) S. Tolleson (7) 37,924 30–26
57 June 7 @ Royals L 3–4 W. Davis (3-1) K. Kela (4-2) G. Holland (9) 38,202 30–27
58 June 9 @ Athletics W 2–1 N. Martinez (5-2) S. Gray (7-3) S. Tolleson (8) 14,617 31–27
59 June 10 @ Athletics L 4–5 T. Clippard (1-3) K. Kela (4-3) 14,290 31–28
60 June 11 @ Athletics L 0–7 S. Kazmir (3–4) C. Gonzalez (2-1) 14,489 31–29
61 June 12 Twins W 6–2 T. Scheppers (3-0) A. Thompson (1-2) 41,765 32–29
62 June 13 Twins W 11–7 C. Lewis (6-3) M. Pelfrey (5-3) 28,661 33–29
63 June 14 Twins L 4–3 C. Fien (2-2) S. Tolleson (1-1) G. Perkins (22) 33,970 33–30
64 June 15 Dodgers W 4–1 Y. Gallardo (6-6) C. Frias (4-4) S. Tolleson (9) 32,248 34–30
65 June 16 Dodgers W 3–2 S. Tolleson (2-1) J. Ravin (2-1) 31,897 35–30
66 June 17 @ Dodgers W 5–3 W. Rodriguez (4-2) C. Kershaw (5-4) K. Kela (1) 42,906 36–30
67 June 18 @ Dodgers L 0–1 K. Jansen (2-0) K. Kela (4-4) 46,977 36–31
68 June 19 @ White Sox W 2-1 C. Lewis (7-3) D. Robertson (4-2) S. Tolleson (10) 22,864 37–31
69 June 20 @ White Sox L 2-3 C. Rodon (3-1) N. Martinez (5-3) D. Robertson (14) 25,738 37–32
70 June 21 @ White Sox L 2-3 J. Petricka (2-2) A. Claudio (1-1) 33,668 37-33
71 June 23 Athletics L 6-8 J. Chavez (4-6) C. Gonzalez (2-2) D. Pomeranz (1) 35,889 37-34
72 June 24 Athletics L 2-8 K. Graveman (4-4) W. Rodriguez (4-3) 34,216 37-35
73 June 25 Athletics L 3-6 S. Gray (9-3) K. Kela (4-5) 29,251 37-36
74 June 26 @ Blue Jays L 2-12 M. Buehrle (8-4) N. Martinez (5-4) 25,821 37-37
75 June 27 @ Blue Jays W 4-0 Y. Gallardo (7-6) M. Boyd (0-1) 37,167 38-37
76 June 28 @ Blue Jays L 2-3 D. Hutchison (8-1) C. Gonzalez (2-3) 42,376 38-38
77 June 29 @ Orioles W 8-1 W. Rodriguez (5-3) B. Norris (2-7) 21,565 39-38
78 June 30 @ Orioles W 8-6 C. Lewis (8-3) M. Gonzalez (6-5) S. Tolleson (11) 27,370 40-38
July: 10–14 (Home: 4–9 ; Away: 6–5 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
79 July 1 @ Orioles L 2-4 W. Chen (4-4) N. Martinez (5-5) Z. Britton (23) 23,019 40-39
80 July 2 @ Orioles W 2-0 K. Kela (5-5) C. Roe (2-1) S. Tolleson (12) 31,915 41-39
81 July 3 Angels L 2-8 G. Richards (9-5) C. Gonzalez (2-4) 39,320 41-40
82 July 4 Angels L 0-13 H. Santiago (5-4) W. Rodriguez (5-4) 47,877 41-41
83 July 5 Angels L 6-12 C. Wilson (7-6) C. Lewis (8-4) 28,638 41-42
84 July 7 D-backs L 2-4 R. Ray (3-4) Y. Gallardo (7-7) B. Ziegler (13) 30,955 41-43
85 July 8 D-backs L 4-7 R. Delgado (4-2) M. Harrison (0-1) B. Ziegler (14) 27,390 41-44
86 July 10 Padres W 4-3 W. Rodriguez (6-4) I. Kennedy (4-9) S. Tolleson (13) 33,033 42-44
87 July 11 Padres L 5-6 J. Benoit (6-4) S. Tolleson (2-2) C. Kimbrel (22) 36,248 42-45
88 July 12 Padres L 1-2 T. Ross (6-7) Y. Gallardo (7-8) C. Kimbrel (23) 32,428 42-46
July 14 86th All-Star Game National League vs. American League (Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati)
89 July 17 @ Astros L 2–3 C. McHugh (10-5) M. Perez (0-1) L. Gregerson (19) 36,904 42–47
90 July 18 @ Astros W 7–6 C. Lewis (9-4) S. Feldman (4-5) S. Tolleson (14) 41,941 43–47
91 July 19 @ Astros L 0–10 D. Keuchel (12-4) Y. Gallardo (7-9) 36,532 43–48
92 July 20 @ Rockies L 7–8 J. Axford (2-2) T. Scheppers (3-1) 35,027 43–49
93 July 21 @ Rockies W 9–0 M. Harrison (1-1) K. Kendrick (3-11) 43,012 44–49
94 July 22 @ Rockies W 10–8 T. Scheppers (4-1) J. Axford (2-3) S. Tolleson (15) 33,348 45–49
95 July 24 @ Angels W 4–2 C. Lewis (10-4) N. Tropeano (1-1) S. Tolleson (16) 42,046 46–49
96 July 25 @ Angels W 7–6 S. Patton (1-0) J. Smith (4-3) S. Tolleson (17) 43,052 47–49
97 July 26 @ Angels L 7–13 A. Heaney (5-0) N. Martinez (5-6) 38,539 47–50
98 July 27 Yankees L 2–6 I. Nova (3-3) M. Harrison (1-2) 33,691 47–51
99 July 28 Yankees L 5–21 D. Moreno (1-0) M. Perez (0-2) A. Warren (1) 28,403 47–52
100 July 29 Yankees W 5–2 C. Lewis (11-4) M. Tanaka (7-4) S. Tolleson (18) 31,658 48–52
101 July 30 Yankees W 7–6 S. Tolleson (3-2) A. Miller (0-2) 34,407 49–52
102 July 31 Giants W 6–3 N. Martinez (6-6) M. Bumgarner (11-6) 30,674 50–52
August: 18–10 (Home: 13–4 ; Away: 5–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
103 August 1 Giants L 7-9 H. Strickland (2-1) S. Dyson (3-4) S. Casilla (27) 41,114 50–53
104 August 2 Giants W 2-1 M. Perez (1-2) M. Leake (9-6) S. Dyson (1) 22,234 51–53
105 August 3 Astros W 12-9 C. Lewis (12-4) L. McCullers (5-4) S. Tolleson (19) 21,671 52–53
106 August 4 Astros W 4-3 Y. Gallardo (8-9) D. Straily (0-1) S. Tolleson (20) 29,953 53–53
107 August 5 Astros W 4-3 N. Martinez (7-6) S. Kazmir (6-6) S. Dyson (2) 31,782 54–53
108 August 7 @ Mariners L 3-4 H. Iwakuma (3-2) C. Hamels (6-8) C. Smith (11) 29,320 54–54
109 August 8 @ Mariners W 11-3 (11) S. Tolleson (4-2) R. Rasmussen (1-1) 39,132 55–54
110 August 9 @ Mariners L 2-4 F. Hernandez (14-6) C. Lewis (12-5) C. Smith (12) 29,939 55–55
111 August 11 @ Twins L 2-3 G. Perkins (1-3) S. Patton (1-1) 26,663 55–56
112 August 12 @ Twins L 1–11 M. Pelfrey (6–7) N. Martinez (7–7) 30,683 55–57
113 August 13 @ Twins W 6-5 K. Kela (6-5) C. Fien (2-5) S. Tolleson (21) 30,357 56–57
114 August 14 Rays W 5-3 S. Dyson (4-4) J. McGee (1-2) S. Tolleson (22) 32,512 57–57
115 August 15 Rays W 12-4 C. Lewis (13-5) C. Archer (10-9) 32,351 58–57
116 August 16 Rays W 5-3 Y. Gallardo (9-9) D. Smyly (0-2) S. Tolleson (23) 29,167 59–57
117 August 17 Mariners W 4-3 S. Tolleson (5-2) F. Rodney (5-5) 19,880 60–57
118 August 18 Mariners L 2-3 H. Iwakuma (5-2) C. Gonzalez (2-5) C. Smith (13) 26,870 60–58
119 August 19 Mariners W 7-2 D. Holland (1-1) M. Montgomery (4-6) 20,142 61–58
120 August 20 @ Tigers L 0-4 A. Simon (11-7) M. Perez (1-3) 33,727 61–59
121 August 21 @ Tigers W 2-0 C. Lewis (14-5) J. Verlander (1-6) S. Tolleson (24) 34,718 62–59
122 August 22 @ Tigers W 5-3 Y. Gallardo (10-9) R. Wolf (0-1) 39,082 63–59
123 August 23 @ Tigers W 4-2 C. Hamels (7-8) M. Boyd (1-4) S. Tolleson (25) 39,317 64–59
124 August 25 Blue Jays L 5-6 L. Hawkins (3-1) S. Tolleson (5-3) R. Osuna (15) 22,227 64–60
125 August 26 Blue Jays L 4-12 D. Price (13-4) C. Lewis (14-6) 20,572 64–61
126 August 27 Blue Jays W 4-1 Y. Gallardo (11-9) M. Estrada (11-8) S. Tolleson (26) 17,884 65–61
127 August 28 Orioles W 4-1 C. Hamels (8-8) K. Gausman (2-6) S. Tolleson (27) 28,337 66–61
128 August 29 Orioles W 4-3 M. Perez (2-3) U. Jimenez (9-9) S. Tolleson (28) 29,768 67–61
129 August 30 Orioles W 6-0 D. Holland (2-1) M. Gonzalez (9-11) 22,256 68–61
130 August 31 @ Padres L 0-7 T. Ross (10-9) C. Lewis (14-7) 19,013 68–62
September: 18–10 (Home: 9–4 ; Away: 9–6 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
131 September 1 @ Padres W 8-6 R. Ohlendorf (2-0) M. Rzepczynski (2-4) 21,215 69–62
132 September 2 @ Padres W 4-3 (10) S. Dyson (5-4) B. Norris (3-10) 18,730 70–62
133 September 4 @ Angels L 2-5 G. Richards (13-10) M. Perez (2-4) H. Street (32) 37,073 70–63
134 September 5 @ Angels W 2-1 D. Holland (3-1) J. Smith (4-5) S. Tolleson (29) 39,889 71–63
135 September 6 @ Angels L 0-7 H. Santiago (8-9) C. Lewis (14-8) 38,367 71–64
136 September 7 @ Mariners W 3-0 Y. Gallardo (12-9) R. Elias (4-8) S. Tolleson (30) 18,469 72–64
137 September 8 @ Mariners W 9-6 C. Hamels (9-8) T. Walker (10-8) S. Tolleson (31) 13,389 73–64
138 September 9 @ Mariners L 0-6 V. Nuno (1-2) M. Perez (2-5) 14,330 73–65
139 September 10 @ Mariners L 0-5 F. Hernandez (17-8) D. Holland (3-2) 16,842 73–66
140 September 11 Athletics W 4-0 C. Lewis (15-8) J. Chavez (7-15) 28,133 74–66
141 September 12 Athletics L 3-5 S. Nolin (1-1) Y. Gallardo (12-10) 30,487 74–67
142 September 13 Athletics W 12-4 C. Gonzalez (3-5) F. Doubront (3-2) 26,131 75–67
143 September 14 Astros W 5-3 K. Kela (7-5) W. Harris (5-4) S. Tolleson (32) 27,772 76–67
144 September 15 Astros W 6-5 S. Tolleson (6-3) O. Perez (0-2) 26,942 77–67
145 September 16 Astros W 14-3 M. Perez (3-5) D. Keuchel (17-8) 34,483 78–67
146 September 17 Astros W 8-2 C. Lewis (16-8) L. McCullers (5-6) 31,122 79–67
147 September 18 Mariners L 1-3 D. Farquhar (1-4) Y. Gallardo (12-11) T. Wilhelmsen (12) 26,727 79–68
148 September 19 Mariners W 10-1 C. Hamels (10-8) V. Nuno (1-3) 39,843 80–68
149 September 20 Mariners L 2-9 F. Hernandez (18-9) D. Holland (3-3) 33,307 80–69
150 September 22 @ Athletics W 8-6 C. Gonzalez (4-5) D. Pomeranz (5-6) S. Tolleson (33) 16,524 81–69
151 September 23 @ Athletics W 10-3 C. Lewis (17-8) F. Doubront (3-3) 16,445 82–69
152 September 24 @ Athletics W 8-1 C. Hamels (11-8) C. Bassitt (1-7) 14,452 83–69
153 September 25 @ Astros W 6-2 R. Ohlendorf (3-0) S. Kazmir (7-11) 35,180 84–69
154 September 26 @ Astros L 7-9 C. McHugh (18-7) C. Gonzalez (4-6) W. Harris (2) 35,736 84–70
155 September 27 @ Astros L 2-4 D. Keuchel (19-8) M. Perez (3-6) L. Gregerson (29) 36,084 84–71
156 September 28 Tigers L 4-7 J. Verlander (5-8) C. Lewis (17-9) N. Feliz (10) 27,847 84–72
157 September 29 Tigers W 7-6 C. Hamels (12-8) B. Farmer (0-4) S. Tolleson (34) 28,729 85–72
158 September 30 Tigers W 6-2 Y. Gallardo (13-11) M. Boyd (1-6) 28,633 86–72
October: 2–2 (Home: 2–2 ; Away: 0–0 )
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
159 October 1 Angels W 5-3 D. Holland (4-3) A. Heaney (6-4) S. Tolleson (35) 32,338 87–72
160 October 2 Angels L 1–2 M. Morin (4-2) S. Tolleson (6-4) J. Smith (4) 47,219 87–73
161 October 3 Angels L 10-11 J. Reyes (1-0) R. Ohlendorf (3-1) J. Smith (5) 37,271 87–74
162 October 4 Angels W 9-2 C. Hamels (13-8) G. Richards (15-12) 45,772 88–74
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Rangers team member

Postseason game log

2015 Post-season Game Log
ALDS vs. Blue Jays (2–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 8 @ Blue Jays W 5–3 Y. Gallardo (1–0) D. Price (0–1) S. Dyson (1) 49,834[2] 1–0
2 October 9 @ Blue Jays W 6–4 (14) K. Kela (1–0) L. Hawkins (0–1) R. Ohlendorf (1) 49,716[3] 2–0
3 October 11 Blue Jays L 1–5 M. Estrada (1–0) M. Perez (0–1) 50,941[4] 2–1
4 October 12 Blue Jays L 4–8 D. Price (1–1) D. Holland (0–1) 47,679[5] 2–2
5 October 14 @ Blue Jays L 3–6 A. Sanchez (1–0) C. Hamels (0–1) R. Osuna (1) 49,742 [6] 2–3
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Rangers team member

Roster

2015 Texas Rangers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Statistics

Through August 13, 2015

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; BB = Base on balls; SO = Strikeouts; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG SB
Hanser Alberto, 2B 41 99 12 22 2 1 0 4 2 17 .222 1
Elvis Andrus, SS 160 596 69 154 34 2 7 62 46 78 .258 25
Adrián Beltré, 3B 143 567 83 163 32 4 18 83 41 65 .287 1
Kyle Blanks, 1B,LF 18 67 10 21 5 0 3 6 4 20 .313 1
Robinson Chirinos, C 78 233 33 54 16 1 10 34 28 62 .232 0
Michael Choice, RF 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0
Shin-Soo Choo, RF 149 555 94 153 32 3 22 82 76 147 .276 4
Carlos Corporán, C 33 107 10 19 4 0 3 15 6 40 .178 0
Delino DeShields, Jr., LF,CF 121 425 83 111 22 10 2 37 53 101 .261 25
Thomas Field, 2B 14 41 6 8 1 0 2 5 2 6 .195 1
Prince Fielder, DH,1B 158 613 78 187 28 0 23 98 64 88 .305 0
Yovani Gallardo, P 33 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .500 0
Joey Gallo, 3B,LF 36 108 16 22 3 1 6 14 15 57 .204 3
Chris Gimenez, C 36 98 19 25 6 1 5 14 10 19 .255 2
Josh Hamilton, LF 50 170 22 43 8 0 8 25 10 52 .253 0
Matt Harrison, P 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0
Leonys Martín, CF 95 288 26 63 12 0 5 25 16 69 .219 14
Nick Martinez, P 21 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0
Mitch Moreland, 1B,DH 132 471 51 131 27 0 23 85 32 112 .278 1
Mike Napoli, 1B,DH 35 78 9 23 2 0 5 10 12 19 .295 0
Rougned Odor, 2B 120 426 54 111 21 9 16 61 23 79 .261 6
Carlos Peguero, LF 30 70 10 13 4 0 4 9 12 36 .186 2
Martín Pérez, P 14 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 0
Anthony Ranaudo, P 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 0
Wandy Rodríguez, P 17 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Adam Rosales, 1B,2B,3B 55 114 14 26 4 0 3 7 10 30 .228 4
Ryan Rua, LF 28 83 10 16 5 0 4 7 3 32 .193 0
Jake Smolinski, OF 35 60 12 8 1 0 1 6 11 20 .133 1
Ryan Strausborger, OF 31 45 9 9 0 0 1 3 3 11 .200 2
Tomás Telis, C 6 11 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 .182 0
Bobby Wilson, C 31 77 5 17 5 0 1 10 7 19 .221 0

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; HR = Home runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB K
Anthony Bass 0 0 4.50 33 0 0 64.0 66 33 32 5 20 45
Alex Claudio 1 1 2.87 18 0 0 15.2 12 6 5 4 6 13
Ross Detwiler 0 5 7.12 17 7 0 43.0 62 37 34 9 20 28
Jake Diekman 0 0 2.08 26 0 0 21.2 13 5 5 2 7 20
Sam Dyson 2 1 1.15 31 0 2 31.1 24 4 4 1 4 30
Jon Edwards 0 0 6.00 11 0 0 6.0 6 4 4 1 8 6
Neftalí Feliz 1 2 4.58 18 0 6 19.2 24 10 10 2 9 16
Sam Freeman 0 0 2.79 42 0 0 29.0 23 9 9 2 17 28
Kyuji Fujikawa 0 0 16.20 2 0 0 1.2 2 3 3 1 0 1
Yovani Gallardo 13 11 3.42 33 33 0 184.1 193 76 70 15 68 121
Chi Chi Gonzalez 4 6 3.90 14 10 0 67.0 49 29 29 6 32 30
Cole Hamels 7 1 3.66 12 12 0 83.2 77 34 34 10 23 78
Matt Harrison 1 2 6.75 3 3 0 16.0 19 12 12 3 6 5
Derek Holland 4 3 4.91 10 10 0 58.2 59 32 32 11 17 41
Keone Kela 7 5 2.39 68 0 1 60.1 52 18 16 4 18 68
Phil Klein 1 0 6.75 11 2 0 17.1 23 15 13 4 10 12
Colby Lewis 17 9 4.66 33 33 0 204.2 211 111 106 26 42 142
Nick Martinez 7 7 3.96 24 21 0 125.0 135 66 55 16 46 77
Román Méndez 0 1 5.40 12 0 0 11.2 11 7 7 1 7 9
Ross Ohlendorf 3 1 3.72 21 0 1 19.1 21 8 8 4 7 19
Spencer Patton 1 1 9.00 27 0 0 24.0 24 24 24 5 12 28
Martín Pérez 3 6 4.46 14 14 0 78.2 88 41 39 3 24 48
Stolmy Pimentel 0 1 3.97 8 0 0 11.1 11 5 5 1 3 7
Anthony Ranaudo 0 1 7.63 4 2 0 15.1 18 13 13 2 8 11
Wandy Rodríguez 6 4 4.90 17 15 0 86.1 99 48 47 10 36 72
Adam Rosales 0 0 9.00 2 0 0 2.0 2 3 2 2 1 1
Tanner Scheppers 4 1 5.63 42 0 0 38.1 37 25 24 6 23 32
Shawn Tolleson 6 4 2.99 73 0 35 72.1 66 24 24 9 17 76
Logan Verrett 0 1 6.00 4 0 0 9.0 11 7 6 1 4 3

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Round Rock Express Pacific Coast League Jason Wood
AA Frisco RoughRiders Texas League Joe Mikulik
A-Advanced High Desert Mavericks California League Spike Owen
A Hickory Crawdads South Atlantic League Corey Ragsdale
A-Short Season Spokane Indians Northwest League Tim Hulett
Rookie AZL Rangers Arizona League Kenny Holmberg
Rookie DSL Rangers Dominican Summer League Aaron Levin

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Hickory

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References

  1. ^ "2015 Texas Rangers Sortable Schedule". Texas Rangers.
  2. ^ "Boxscore: Texas vs. Toronto, Game 1". MLB.com. October 8, 2015. Retrieved October 8, 2015.
  3. ^ "Boxscore: Texas vs. Toronto, Game 2". MLB.com. October 9, 2015. Retrieved October 9, 2015.
  4. ^ "Boxscore: Texas vs. Toronto, Game 3". MLB.com. October 11, 2015. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  5. ^ "Boxscore: Toronto vs. Texas, Game 4". MLB.com. October 12, 2015. Retrieved October 12, 2015.
  6. ^ "Boxscore: Texas vs. Toronto, Game 5". MLB.com. October 14, 2015. Retrieved October 14, 2015.
  7. ^ Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2015). Baseball America 2016 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1-932391-60-2.

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