Scouting report

September 20, 2007|By JEFF ZREBIEC

Orioles (64-87) @ Rangers (70-82)

Day ..................... Time ...................... TV ............................ Starters

Tonight .............. 8:05 ................. MASN2 ........... Victor Zambrano (0-2, 7.98)

........................................ ............................................ vs. Brandon McCarthy (5-10, 5.07)

Tomorrow .......... 8:05 ............... MASN2 .................. Victor Santos (0-1, 11.57)

........................................ .................................................. vs. Luis Mendoza (0-0, 2.08)

Saturday ........... 8:05 ................. MASN .................... Radhames Liz (0-2, 7.71)

........................................ .................................................. vs. Edison Volquez (2-1, 3.52)

Sunday .............. 3:05 .............. MASN2 ....................... Jon Leicester (2-2, 7.78)

........................................ ................................................. vs. Kevin Millwood (9-12, 5.51)

Radio: Tonight, tomorrow and Sunday on 105.7 FM. Saturday on 102.7 FM.

Rangers update

Texas has lost eight of nine games after last night's defeat at Minnesota. But it had been one of the hotter teams in the American League. The Rangers still have won 14 of their past 24 games and are.500 since the All-Star break. Since June 13, Texas is 47-40. All-Star shortstop Michael Young has hit in 17 of 19 games and is batting around .400 since Aug. 31. He is 10 hits shy of his fifth consecutive 200-hit season. Former Oriole Sammy Sosa leads Texas with 90 RBIs despite not being used on an everyday basis since the All-Star break. Texas has already struck out a club-record 1,134 times this season. The Rangers have beaten the Orioles in four of six games this season and took two of three against them at Camden Yards last month, including a 30-3 drubbing that represented the most runs scored by a team in the modern era.

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