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RANGERS 3 YANKEES 2 – COLBY ENDS THE SLUMP
A masterful effort from Colby Lewis, allowing just two runs in seven innings, helped the Rangers win their first series in the last eight tries. Texas got all three runs in the first inning.

RIDERS 3 MIDLAND 0 – IT’S ALL ABOUT HOLLAND
Derek Holland reportedly felt good after not allowing a hit and striking out four in two innings of his first rehab start. Chi Chi Gonzalez got the win with six relief innings.

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RANGERS 11 YANKEES 12 – TEXAS COMES UP SHORT IN SLUGFEST
A back-and-forth game ended with Adrian Beltre flying out to deep left with the bases loaded, spoiling a night at Globe Life where J.P. Arencibia had seven RBI.

RIDERS 6 MIDLAND 2 – GALLO COMES UP GRAND AGAIN
Joey Gallo’s grand slam in the eighth inning broke the tie and carried Frisco to the win over the RockHounds at Dr. Pepper Ballpark.

YANKEES CAN’T WASH AWAY DARVISH THIS TIME
A four-run fifth inning was enough for the Rangers to rally around Yu Darvish and past the Yankees to win their fourth straight series opener, 4-2 in Arlington.

HOUNDS TEAR UP THE ROUGHRIDERS’ PEN
Midland got to Ryan Rodebaugh and Joe Ortiz for four runs in the sixth inning to beat Frisco 8-6 in the first game of the series at Dr. Pepper Ballpark.
Meanwhile, Jake Thompson, acquired in the Joakim Soria trade, is expected to make his first Riders start on Tuesday. Derek Holland will take the mound for his long-awaited rehab start on Wednesday.

SMU GETS ANOTHER LOCAL PRODUCT
SMU basketball may have lost one Metroplex prospect, but another has been secured, hopefully for the upcoming season.
South Grand Prairie alum Ben Emelogu will join the Mustangs in 2014 after transferring from Virginia Tech, where he averaged 10.5 points and was named team captain in his freshman year.
Emelogu and the school will apply for a waiver with the NCAA to try and get him eligible to play for Larry Brown’s team immediately this upcoming season rather than sit out a year.

MILES CAN’T GET IT DONE TWICE IN A ROW
Miles Mikolas got hit hard for eight runs overall, including five in the second inning, as the A’s took the series from the Rangers with a 9-3 win in Arlington.

RIDERS TAKE EARLY HITS AND THEN WIN THE POWER GAME
the RoughRiders gave up three runs in the first inning – and then struck back hard with six in their first three innings at bat ultimately prevailing over San Antonio 12-4. J.T. Wise, Joey Gallo and Odubel Herrera all homered for Frisco.

FC DALLAS SURVIVES VANCOUVER ASSAULT FOR TIE
A penalty kick in the 53rd minute denied FCD a win on the road, but the club endured 30 Whitecaps shots to hold on for one point, grabbing a 2-2 tie in Vancouver.

ANOTHER RANGERS QUALITY START WASTED
Nick Tepesch shut out Oakland for five innings, but with his offense only getting one run on a J.P. Arencibia hit, the A’s eventually got to him and Nate Adcock to win 5-1 in Arlington.

RIDERS EVENTUALLY WALK IT OFF
After seven shutout innings from both sides, The RoughRiders took the lead in the seventh, saw San Antonio tie it in the ninth, and finally win it 2-1 in Frisco on Pat Cantwell’s walk-off hit.