The Texas Rangers fell in their series opener to the New York Mets 4-3 on Friday, but bounced back on Saturday with a 7-3 win behind four home runs. Today, the Rangers seek to win the series behind starter Jon Gray. Here’s everything you need to know.
Texas Rangers (37-39) at New York Mets (48-30)
Sunday, July 3, 2022
12:40 PM CT
Citi Field | New York City, NY
TEX: RHP Jon Gray (4-3, 3.89)
NYM: RHP Carlos Carrasco (8-4, 4.85)
TV: Bally Sports Southwest
Radio: KRLD, 105.3 The Fan, KFLC 1270 AM
New York Mets
Radio: WCBS 880, WEPN 1050
Texas Rangers Starting Lineup
1. 3B Josh H. Smith
2. 2B Marcus Semien
3. SS Corey Seager
4. RF Adolis García
5. 1B Nathaniel Lowe
6. LF Kole Calhoun
7. C Jonah Heim
8. DH Mitch Garver
9. CF Steven Duggar
Pregame Notes: Rangers Look to Bounce Back at Astros
Stats, probable lineups, injury updates and notes for Wednesday’s matchup between Texas and the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
Rangers Top Prospect Homers in Triple-A Start
The former first-round pick is working his way back from surgery that prevented him from competing for a spot with the Rangers in the spring.
Astros End Rangers Ace's Win Streak
Texas had a 4-0 lead at Houston early, but the Astros put together two separate rallies to claim the opening game of the Lone Star series.
New York Mets Starting Lineup
1. CF Brandon Nimmo
2. RF Starling Marte
3. SS Francisco Lindor
4. DH Pete Alonso
5. LF Jeff McNeil
6. 3B Eduardo Escobar
7. 1B Dominic Smith
8. 2B Luis Guillorme
9. C James McCann
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Rangers Injury Report
10-Day/15-Day Injured List
RHP Matt Bush placed on 15-day injured list, retro to June 25, with right forearm soreness. He is eligible to return on July 10.
60-Day Injured List
RHP Jonathan Hernández (Tommy John surgery): He is eligible to return. He is at Triple-A Round Rock for an injury rehab assignment.
OF Eli White (right wrist fracture): The Rangers moved him from the 10-day IL to the 60-day IL on June 21. White had surgery on the wrist and is expected to miss the next six to eight weeks.
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