The Texas Rangers have been on quite a roll as of late. They’ve won four straight series, and the team has been able to make an impact on the field.
The Texas Rangers are 9-3 in their last twelve games. They’re still buried at the bottom of the American League West standings, but they’re slowly climbing out of the hole they dug themselves in not too long ago. In any case, they must keep climbing, meaning they have to keep winning series.
Sitting at a 36-46 record but it was just a little less than two weeks ago, they were 27-43. Things have certainly changed for the better. The team is playing good baseball again.
They’ve got momentum, and the team has gained mentality, as well as concentration. They’ve got to keep going as there’s still plenty of baseball left to play and a playoff spot is still a possibility.
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In their past twelve games, we’ve seen some motivation within the team, which has helped them be able to play well as a team.
Alongside motivation, team chemistry has been key to the Rangers’ success as of late. After taking one win after another, positivity began growing within the clubhouse, motivating players to the point where they were able to focus on winning games.
The team is currently in a positive state of mind, which makes a significant impact — whether they can keep it that way is entirely up to the players.
If they can continue doing what they’re doing and play well, then they’ll be okay.
The Rangers are off on Thursday. They have a well-deserved day off before beginning a three-game series against the Chicago White Sox.
The Texas Rangers must increase their series-winning streak to five at all costs.