2008 Texas Rangers
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record79–83 (.488)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Tom Hicks
General manager(s)Jon Daniels
Manager(s)Ron Washington
Local televisionFSN Southwest
KDFI (My 27)
KDFW (Fox 4)
Local radioKRLD
KFLC (Spanish)
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The Texas Rangers 2008 season was the 48th year of the franchise and 37th since moving to Arlington, Texas. The organization, after finishing fourth in the American League Western Division in 2007. The new season would be the first under the oversight of newly hired club president and former Ranger great Nolan Ryan. Upon his hire, Ryan indicated that his role in the 2008 season would be largely observational with regard to baseball operations, and any major changes would be made following the conclusion of the regular season.[1]

I don't come in with any preconceived ideas of what I want to do or what needs to be done", said Ryan, who indicated that he will make two extended trips to spring training to become acquainted with players and staff. "I think it'll be a learning process for me. I'm going to try to get my arms around our organization so I'll have a better understanding of who we are and what we do and what I can do to help us be better.

— Nolan Ryan, February 8, 2008 [2]

The Rangers set a Major League record for the most doubles by a team in a season, with 376.[3]

Preseason

Notable offseason transactions

The Rangers' offseason was filled with activity as Jon Daniels moved to quickly acquire talent both on and off the field. The 2007 club roster fielded several arbitration-eligible players, whose status for 2008 remained unsure. Several of these players would sign short-term contracts with the Rangers while others would seek playing time elsewhere.

2007

January 2008

February and March

Ian Kinsler

Regular season

Opening Day starters

Season standings

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 100 62 0.617 50–31 50–31
Texas Rangers 79 83 0.488 21 40–41 39–42
Oakland Athletics 75 86 0.466 24½ 43–38 32–48
Seattle Mariners 61 101 0.377 39 35–46 26–55

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Record vs. Opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 6–12 4–5 4–4 4–3 5–3 3–6 3–3 7–11 0–5 8–2 3–15 4–5 6–12 11–7
Boston 12–6 4–3 5–1 5–2 6–1 1–8 4–3 9–9 6–4 6–3 8–10 9–1 9–9 11–7
Chicago 5–4 3–4 11–7 12–6 12–6 5–5 9–10 2–5 5–4 5–1 4–6 3–3 1–7 12–6
Cleveland 4–4 1–5 7–11 11–7 10–8 4–5 8–10 4–3 5–4 4–5 5–2 6–4 6–1 6–12
Detroit 3–4 2–5 6–12 7–11 7–11 3–6 7–11 4–2 3–6 7–3 3–4 6–3 3–5 13–5
Kansas City 3–5 1–6 6–12 8–10 11–7 2–3 6–12 5–5 6–3 7–2 3–5 2–7 2–5 13–5
Los Angeles 6–3 8–1 5–5 5–4 6–3 3–2 5–3 7–3 10–9 14–5 3–6 12–7 6–3 10–8
Minnesota 3–3 3–4 10–9 10–8 11–7 12–6 3–5 4–6 5–5 5–4 3–3 5–5 0–6 14–4
New York 11–7 9–9 5–2 3–4 2–4 5–5 3–7 6–4 5–1 7–2 11–7 3–4 9–9 10–8
Oakland 5–0 4–6 4–5 4–5 6–3 3–6 9–10 5–5 1–5 - 10–9 3–6 7–12 4–6 10–8
Seattle 2–8 3–6 1–5 5–4 3–7 2–7 5–14 4–5 2–7 9–10 3–4 8–11 5–4 9–9
Tampa Bay 15–3 10–8 6–4 2–5 4–3 5–3 6–3 3–3 7–11 6–3 4–3 6–3 11–7 12–6
Texas 5–4 1–9 3–3 4–6 3–6 7–2 7–12 5–5 4–3 12–7 11–8 3–6 4–4 10–8
Toronto 12–6 9–9 7–1 1–6 5–3 5–2 3–6 6–0 9–9 6–4 4–5 7–11 4–4 8–10

Game log

Legend
Rangers Win Rangers Loss Game Postponed
2008 Game Log (79-83)
March (0-1)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ Mariners 5–2 Green (1–0) Millwood (0–1) Putz (1) 46,334 0–1
April (10-17)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
2 April 1 @ Mariners 5–4 Benoit (1–0) Putz (0–1) Wilson (1) 25,204 1–1
3 April 2 @ Mariners 4–1 Silva (1–0) Jennings (0–1) Batista (1) 21,349 1–2
4 April 4 @ Angels 11–6 Gabbard (1–0) Moseley (0–1) 43,838 2–2
5 April 5 @ Angels 2–1 Weaver (1–1) Millwood (0–2) Rodríguez (3) 41,170 2–3
6 April 6 @ Angels 10–4 Padilla (1–0) Garland (1–1) 39,242 3–3
7 April 8 Orioles 8–1 Burres (1–0) Jennings (0–2) 48,808 3–4
April 9 Orioles Postponed (rain) Made up as a doubleheader April 10
8 April 10 Orioles 3–1 Millwood (1–2) Trachsel (1–1) Wilson (2) 4–4
9 April 10 Orioles 5–4 Wright (1–0) Bradford (0–1) Wilson (3) 15,560 5–4
10 April 11 Blue Jays 8–5 Litsch (2–0) Padilla (1–1) Downs (1) 24,209 5–5
11 April 12 Blue Jays 4–1 Halladay (2–1) Mendoza (0–1) 34,960 5–6
12 April 13 Blue Jays 5 – 4 (10) Carlson (1–0) Nippert (0–1) Ryan (1) 21,515 5–7
13 April 14 Angels 7–4 Santana (2–0) Jennings (0–3) Rodríguez (4) 16,541 5–8
14 April 15 Angels 7–4 Oliver (1–0) Rupe (0–1) Rodríguez (5) 15,595 5–9
15 April 16 @ Blue Jays 7 – 5 (14) Nippert (1–1) Burnett (1–1) Wilson (4) 15,686 6–9
16 April 17 @ Blue Jays 4–1 Padilla (2–1) Halladay (2–2) Wilson (5) 15,809 7–9
17 April 18 @ Red Sox 11–3 Matsuzaka (4–0) Mendoza (0–2) 37,902 7–10
18 April 19 @ Red Sox 5–3 López (1–0) Benoit (1–1) Papelbon (6) 37,958 7–11
19 April 20 @ Red Sox 6–5 Wakefield (2–0) Wilson (0–1) Papelbon (7) 37,480 7–12
20 April 21 @ Red Sox 8–3 Buchholz (1–1) Nippert (1–2) 37,539 7–13
21 April 22 @ Tigers 10–2 Verlander (1–3) Padilla (2–2) 33,629 7–14
22 April 23 @ Tigers 19–6 Rapada (2–0) Francisco (0–1) 34,245 7–15
23 April 24 @ Tigers 8–2 Miner (1–1) Jennings (0–4) 39,058 7–16
24 April 25 Twins 6–5 Benoit (2–1) Rincón (2–1) 19,016 8–16
25 April 26 Twins 12–6 Reyes (1–0) Wright (1–1) 33,053 8–17
26 April 27 Twins 10–0 Padilla (3–2) Hernández (3–1) 19,911 9–17
27 April 29 Royals 9–5 Mahay (1–0) Jennings (0–5) 16,472 9–18
28 April 30 Royals 11–9 Millwood (2–2) Bannister (3–2) 17,705 10–18
May (19-10)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
29 May 1 Royals 2–1 Ponson (1–0) Greinke (3–1) Wilson (6) 14,563 11–18
30 May 2 @ Athletics 4–3 Padilla (4–2) Blanton (2–5) Wilson (7) 15,408 12–18
31 May 3 @ Athletics 6–3 Murray (1–0) Gaudin (3–2) Benoit (1) 20,524 13–18
32 May 4 @ Athletics 3–1 Casilla (1–0) Feldman (0–1) Street (9) 31,673 13–19
33 May 5 @ Mariners 7–3 Washburn (2–4) Millwood (2–3) 16,637 13–20
34 May 6 @ Mariners 10–1 Ponson (2–0) Batista (2–4) 15,818 14–20
35 May 7 @ Mariners 2–0 Padilla (5–2) Bedard (2–2) Wilson (8) 17,173 15–20
36 May 8 @ Mariners 5–0 Germán (1–0) Hernández (2–3) 22,922 16–20
37 May 9 Athletics 4–0 Feldman (1–1) Smith (2–2) 23,516 17–20
38 May 10 Athletics 6–4 Rupe (1–1) Eveland (3–3) 22,899 18–20
39 May 11 Athletics 12–6 Casilla (2–0) Germán (1–1) 23,959 18–21
40 May 12 Mariners 13 – 12 (10) Mathis (1–0) Morrow (0–1) 18,509 19–21
41 May 13 Mariners 5–2 Rupe (2–1) Hernández (2–4) Guardado (1) 15,766 20–21
42 May 14 Mariners 4 – 3 (12) Putz (1–1) Germán (1–2) Washburn (1) 22,934 20–22
43 May 16 Astros 16–8 Wright (2–1) Wright (3–1) 32,117 21–22
44 May 17 Astros 6–2 Padilla (6–2) Oswalt (4–4) 38,534 22–22
45 May 18 Astros 5–4 Backe (2–5) Gabbard (1–1) Valverde (11) 33,561 22–23
46 May 19 @ Twins 7 – 6 (12) Korecky (1–0) Germán (1–3) 16,680 22–24
47 May 20 @ Twins 11–4 Perkins (1–1) Mathis (1–1) 19,376 22–25
48 May 21 @ Twins 10–1 Ponson (3–0) Blackburn (4–3) 22,032 23–25
49 May 22 @ Twins 8 – 7 (10) Benoit (2–1) Bass (1–1) Wilson (9) 23,126 24–25
50 May 23 @ Indians 13–9 Loe (1–0) Carmona (4–2) 39,947 25–25
51 May 24 @ Indians 5–2 Lee (7–1) Feldman (1–2) Borowski (3) 40,504 25–26
52 May 25 @ Indians 2 – 1 (10) Wright (3–1) Kobayashi (2–2) Wilson (10) 35,464 26–26
53 May 26 @ Rays 7–3 Kazmir (4–1) Ponson (3–1) 12,174 26–27
54 May 27 @ Rays 12–6 Padilla (7–2) Sonnanstine (6–3) 10,511 27–27
55 May 28 @ Rays 5–3 Garza (4–1) Gabbard (1–2) Wheeler (1) 10,927 27–28
56 May 30 Athletics 3–1 Millwood (3–3) Duchscherer (4–4) Wilson (11) 21,763 28–28
57 May 31 Athletics 8–4 Ponson (4–1) Blanton (3–7) 36,798 29–28
June (14-13)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
58 June 1 Athletics 13–8 Gaudin (3–3) Wright (3–2) 17,661 29–29
59 June 2 Indians 13–9 Kobayashi (3–2) Guardado (0–1) 17,247 29–30
60 June 3 Indians 12–7 Francisco (1–1) Mastny (0–1) 16,373 30–30
61 June 4 Indians 15–9 Lee (9–1) Ramírez (0–1) 19,676 30–31
62 June 5 Indians 9–4 Millwood (4–3) Sabathia (3–8) 17,795 31–31
63 June 6 Rays 12–4 Kazmir (6–1) Padilla (7–3) 21,783 31–32
64 June 7 Rays 5–4 Howell (5–0) Benoit (3–2) Wheeler (2) 28,788 31–33
65 June 8 Rays 6–3 Mathis (2–1) Garza (4–3) 20,258 32–33
66 June 10 @ Royals 6–5 Guardado (1–1) Yabuta (1–1) Wilson (12) 14,741 33–33
67 June 11 @ Royals 11–5 Padilla (8–3) Gobble (0–2) 20,840 34–33
68 June 12 @ Royals 6–5 Mahay (2–0) Francisco (1–2) Soria (15) 15,515 34–34
69 June 13 @ Mets 7–1 Pérez (5–4) Feldman (1–3) 49,880 34–35
June 14 @ Mets Postponed (rain) Made up as a doubleheader June 15
70 June 15 @ Mets 8–7 Millwood (5–3) Maine (6–5) Wilson (13) 35–35
71 June 15 @ Mets 4–2 Martínez (2–0) Gabbard (1–3) Wagner (14) 55,438 35–36
72 June 17 Braves 7–5 Padilla (9–3) Hudson (7–5) Wilson (14) 33,558 36–36
73 June 18 Braves 5–2 Bennett (1–4) Wilson (0–2) González (1) 38,545 36–37
74 June 19 Braves 5–4 Wright (4–2) Boyer (1–5) 28,853 37–37
75 June 20 @ Nationals 4 – 3 (14) Hanrahan (3–2) Wright (4–3) 30,359 37–38
76 June 21 @ Nationals 13–3 Gabbard (2–3) Mock (0–2) Mendoza (1) 32,975 38–38
77 June 22 @ Nationals 5–3 Padilla (10–3) Ayala (1–4) Wilson (15) 32,690 39–38
78 June 24 @ Astros 4–3 Moehler (4–3) Hurley (0–1) Valverde (19) 40,052 39–39
79 June 25 @ Astros 3–2 Mendoza (1–2) Oswalt (6–8) Wilson (16) 32,567 40–39
80 June 26 @ Astros 7–2 Rodríguez (3–3) Millwood (5–4) 36,506 40–40
81 June 27 Phillies 8–7 Rupe (3–1) Condrey (1–1) Wilson (17) 28,623 41–40
82 June 28 Phillies 8–6 Hamels (8–5) Padilla (10–4) Lidge (19) 28,623 41–41
83 June 29 Phillies 5–1 Hurley (1–1) Moyer (7–6) 26,283 42–41
84 June 30 @ Yankees 2–1 Feldman (2–3) Mussina (10–6) Wilson (18) 53,045 43–41
July (13-12)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
85 July 1 @ Yankees 3–2 Francisco (2–2) Rivera (2–3) Wilson (19) 53,223 44–41
86 July 2 @ Yankees 18–7 Ramírez (2–0) Madrigal (0–1) 52,659 44–42
87 July 4 @ Orioles 10–4 Guthrie (5–7) Padilla (10–5) 21,363 44–43
88 July 5 @ Orioles 5–3 Feldman (3–3) Cormier (1–3) Wilson (20) 19,006 45–43
89 July 6 @ Orioles 11–10 Millwood (6–4) Liz (3–1) Wilson (21) 22,276 46–43
90 July 7 Angels 9–6 Santana (10–3) Mendoza (1–3) Rodríguez (35) 21,170 46–44
91 July 8 Angels 3–2 Harrison (1–0) Saunders (12–5) Wilson (22) 18,788 47–44
92 July 9 Angels 5–4 Wright (5–3) Rodríguez (0–2) 24,515 48–44
93 July 10 Angels 11 – 10 (11) Speier (1–4) Wright (5–4) Rodríguez (36) 23,262 48–45
94 July 11 White Sox 7–2 Mendoza (2–3) Floyd (10–5) Guardado (2) 28,003 49–45
95 July 12 White Sox 9–7 Danks (7–4) Millwood (6–5) 39,209 49–46
96 July 13 White Sox 12–11 Wright (6–4) Logan (2–2) 28,459 50–46
97 July 18 @ Twins 6–0 Perkins (7–2) Millwood (6–6) 30,134 50–47
98 July 19 @ Twins 14–2 Hernández (9–6) Harrison (1–1) 35,085 50–48
99 July 20 @ Twins 1–0 Padilla (11–5) Baker (6–3) Wilson (22) 36,029 51–48
100 July 21 @ White Sox 6–1 Feldman (4–3) Vázquez (7–8) 39,547 52–48
101 July 22 @ White Sox 10–2 Buehrle (8–8) Mendoza (2–4) 32,670 52–49
102 July 23 @ White Sox 10–8 Dotel (4–4) Guardado (1–2) Jenks (19) 35,353 52–50
103 July 25 @ Athletics 14–6 Padilla (12–5) Blevins (0–1) 20,141 53–50
104 July 26 @ Athletics 9–4 Harrison (2–1) Duchscherer (10–7) 20,653 54–50
105 July 27 @ Athletics 6–5 Blevins (1–1) Hurley (1–2) Street (18) 21,135 54–51
106 July 28 Mariners 7–5 Green (3–3) Francisco (2–3) Morrow (10) 21,742 54–52
107 July 29 Mariners 11–10 Wilson (1–2) Putz (2–4) 17,618 55–52
108 July 30 Mariners 4–3 Guardado (2–2) Rhodes (2–1) Wilson (24) 23,894 56–52
109 July 31 Mariners 8–5 Dickey (3–6) Harrison (2–2) 17,839 56–53
August (11-18)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
110 August 1 Blue Jays 9–8 Wilson (2–2) Ryan (2–4) 23,973 57–53
111 August 2 Blue Jays 6–4 Burnett (13–9) Feldman (4–4) Ryan (21) 32,641 57–54
112 August 3 Blue Jays 8–4 Mendoza (3–4) Purcey (1–2) 17,488 58–54
113 August 4 Yankees 9–5 Guardado (3–2) Marte (4–1) 33,813 59–54
114 August 5 Yankees 8–6 Harrison (3–2) Pettitte (12–9) Guardado (3) 34,473 60–54
115 August 6 Yankees 5–3 Ponson (7–2) Hunter (0–1) Rivera (27) 38,638 60–55
116 August 7 Yankees 3–0 Mussina (15–7) Feldman (4–5) Rivera (28) 44,603 60–56
117 August 8 @ Orioles 9–1 Guthrie (9–8) Mendoza (3–5) 33,351 60–57
118 August 9 @ Orioles 9–0 Cabrera (8–7) Padilla (12–6) 30,914 60–58
119 August 10 @ Orioles 15–7 Harrison (4–2) Bierd (0–2) 26,878 61–58
120 August 12 @ Red Sox 19–17 Okajima (3–2) Francisco (2–4) Papelbon (32) 38,004 61–59
121 August 13 @ Red Sox 8–4 Lester (11–4) Mendoza (3–6) 37,876 61–60
122 August 14 @ Red Sox 9–3 Matsuzaka (14–2) Hunter (0–2) 37,856 61–61
123 August 15 Rays 7–0 Garza (10–7) Millwood (6–7) 20,233 61–62
124 August 16 Rays 3–0 Harrison (5–2) Jackson (9–8) Guardado (4) 29,238 62–62
125 August 17 Rays 7–4 Kazmir (9–6) Nippert (1–3) Wheeler (5) 18,363 62–63
126 August 18 Tigers 8–7 Rogers (9–10) Francisco (2–5) Rodney (5) 17,786 62-64
127 August 19 Tigers 11–3 Galarraga (12–4) Padilla (12–7) 18,470 62-65
128 August 20 Tigers 9–1 Millwood (7–7) Robertson (7-10) 19,403 63-65
129 August 22 Indians 7–5 Carmona (6–5) Harrison (5–3) Lewis (5) 20,535 63-66
130 August 23 Indians 8–7 Perez (3–3) Wright (6–5) Lewis (6) 29,900 63-67
131 August 24 Indians 4–3 Betancourt (3–4) Guardado (3–3) 14,956 63-68
132 August 25 @ Royals 9-4 Feldman (5-5) Meche (10-10) 12,399 64-68
133 August 26 @ Royals 2-1 Millwood (8-7) R. Ramírez (2-2) 17,004 65-68
134 August 27 @ Royals 3-2 Harrison (6-3) Bannister (7-14) Francisco (1) 12,662 66-68
135 August 28 @ Angels 7–5 Garland (12–8) Wright (6-6) Rodríguez (51) 37,541 66-69
136 August 29 @ Angels 3–1 Santana (14–5) Nippert (1–4) Rodríguez (52) 40,084 66-70
137 August 30 @ Angels 4–3 Arredondo (7–1) Feldman (5–6) Rodríguez (53) 43,937 66-71
138 August 31 @ Angels 4–3 Millwood (9–7) Lackey (11–3) Francisco (2) 39,153 67-71
September (12-12)
# Date Opponent Score/Box Win Loss Save Attendance Record
139 September 1 Mariners 12–6 Green (4-4) Mendoza (3-7) 16,171 67-72
140 September 2 Mariners 6–4 McCarthy (1-0) Feierabend (0-2) Francisco (3) 14,521 68-72
141 September 3 Mariners 1–0 Nippert (2-4) Hernández (9-9) Francisco (4) 12,882 69-72
142 September 5 Red Sox 8–1 Beckett (12–9) Millwood (9–8) 30,264 69-73
143 September 6 Red Sox 15–8 Harrison (7–3) Wakefield (8–10) 38,208 70-73
144 September 7 Red Sox 7–2 Byrd (11–11) McCarthy (1–1) 28,644 70-74
145 September 9 @ Mariners 7–3 Padilla (13-7) Hernández (9-10) Madrigal (1) 22,704 71-74
146 September 10 @ Mariners 8-7 Corcoran (5-0) Millwood (9-9) Putz (13) 23,644 71-75
147 September 11 @ Athletics 6–1 Nippert (3–4) Braden (5–4) 10,566 72-75
148 September 12 @ Athletics 7–0 Harrison (8–3) Smith (7–15) 15,117 73-75
149 September 13 @ Athletics 7–1 Outman (1–0) Feldman (5–7) 21,102 73-76
150 September 14 @ Athletics 7–4 Devine (6–1) Madrigal (0–2) Ziegler (9) 18,551 73-77
151 September 15 Tigers 11–8 Francisco (3–5) Farnsworth (2–3) 13,536 74-77
152 September 16 Tigers 5–4 Wright (7-6) Rodney (0–6) 14,659 75-77
153 September 17 Tigers 17–4 García (1-0) Nippert (3–5) 17,808 75-78
154 September 19 Angels 15–13 Oliver (6–1) Wright (7–7) Shields (3) 23,708 75-79
155 September 20 Angels 7–3 Speier (2–8) Padilla (13–8) Rodríguez (60) 38,973 75-80
156 September 21 Angels 7–3 Lackey (12–4) Feldman (5–8) 28,390 75-81
157 September 22 Athletics 4–3 (11) Embree (2–4) Mendoza (3–8) Casilla (2) 14,925 75-82
158 September 23 Athletics 6–4 Wright (8–7) Embree (2–5) Francisco (5) 18,408 76-82
159 September 24 Athletics 14–4 Harrison (9–3) Eveland (9–9) 16,832 77-82
160 September 26 @ Angels 12–1 Padilla (14–8) Lackey (12–5) 43,758 78-82
161 September 27 @ Angels 8–4 Feldman (6–8) Santana (16–7) 43,141 79-82
162 September 28 @ Angels 7–0 Saunders (17–7) Millwood (9–10) 43,761 79-83

Roster

2008 Texas Rangers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Gerald Laird 95 344 95 .276 6 41
1B Chris Davis 80 295 84 .285 17 55
2B Ian Kinsler 121 518 165 .319 18 71
SS Michael Young 155 645 183 .284 12 82
3B Ramón Vázquez 105 300 87 .290 6 40
LF Brandon Boggs 101 283 64 .226 8 41
CF Josh Hamilton 156 624 190 .304 32 130
RF David Murphy 108 415 114 .275 15 74
DH Milton Bradley 126 414 133 .321 22 77

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Marlon Byrd 122 403 120 .298 10 53
Hank Blalock 65 258 74 .287 12 38
Frank Catalanotto 88 248 68 .274 2 21
Jarrod Saltalamacchia 61 198 50 .253 3 26
Germán Durán 60 143 33 .231 3 16
Nelson Cruz 31 115 38 .330 7 26
Joaquín Arias 32 110 32 .291 0 9
Chris Shelton 41 97 21 .216 2 11
Ben Broussard 26 82 13 .159 3 8
Travis Metcalf 23 56 13 .232 6 14
Taylor Teagarden 16 47 15 .319 6 17
Max Ramírez 17 46 10 .217 2 9
Jason Botts 15 38 6 .158 2 5
Adam Melhuse 8 20 4 .200 0 1
Jason Ellison 9 13 3 .231 0 2
Ryan Roberts 1 1 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Vicente Padilla 29 171.0 14 8 4.74 127
Kevin Millwood 29 168.2 9 10 5.07 125
Scott Feldman 28 151.1 6 8 5.29 74
Matt Harrison 15 83.2 9 3 5.49 42
Kason Gabbard 12 56.0 2 3 4.82 33
Sidney Ponson 9 55.2 4 1 3.88 25
Jason Jennings 6 27.1 0 5 8.56 12
Eric Hurley 5 24.2 1 2 5.47 13
Brandon McCarthy 5 22.0 1 1 4.09 10
Tommy Hunter 3 11.0 0 2 16.36 9
A.J. Murray 2 7.2 1 0 3.52 5

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Dustin Nippert 20 71.2 3 5 6.40 55
Luis Mendoza 25 63.1 3 8 8.67 35
Doug Mathis 8 22.1 2 1 6.85 9

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Jamey Wright 75 8 7 0 5.12 60
Frank Francisco 58 3 5 5 3.13 83
Eddie Guardado 55 3 3 4 3.65 28
C.J. Wilson 50 2 2 24 6.02 41
Josh Rupe 46 3 1 0 5.14 53
Joaquin Benoit 44 3 2 1 5.00 43
Warner Madrigal 31 0 2 1 4.75 22
Franklyn Germán 17 1 3 0 2.08 15
Kameron Loe 14 1 0 0 3.23 20
Wes Littleton 12 0 0 0 6.00 14
Bill White 8 0 0 0 20.25 1
Rob Tejeda 4 0 0 0 9.00 4
Kazuo Fukumori 4 0 0 0 20.25 1
Brian Gordon 3 0 0 0 2.25 1
Elizardo Ramírez 1 0 1 0 30.38 1
Joselo Díaz 1 0 0 0 0.00 2

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Oklahoma RedHawks Pacific Coast League Bobby Jones
AA Frisco RoughRiders Texas League Scott Little
A Bakersfield Blaze California League Damon Berryhill
A Clinton LumberKings Midwest League Mike Micucci
A-Short Season Spokane Indians Northwest League Tim Hulett
Rookie AZL Rangers Arizona League Bill Richardson

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Spokane

References

  1. ^ Jamey Newberg's The Newberg Report: Nolan Ryan returns. Newbergreport.com (February 7, 2008). Retrieved on November 5, 2010.
  2. ^ Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Star-telegram.com. Retrieved on 05-11-2010.
  3. ^ "Doubles Team Records". Baseball-Almanac.com. Retrieved May 14, 2012.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 29, 2010. Retrieved November 5, 2010.((cite web)): CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)