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  • TEX Right Fielder #53
    Adolis García, Mitch Garver and Nathaniel Lowe slugged back-to-back-to-back solo homers off of Jimmy Herget in the sixth inning on Monday, powering the Rangers to a 5-1 victory over the Angels.
    After Josh Jung popped out to start the sixth inning, García jumped on a 1-0 sinker and pulverized it for a 394-foot solo shot that tied the game at 1-1. Garver followed with a go-ahead solo shot and Nathaniel Lowe extended the lead to 3-1. García also drew a walk in the ballgame, finishing the night 1-for-3. On the season, the 30-year-old outfielder is slashing .245/.327/.505 with an impressive 37 homers, 104 RBI and nine stolen bases in 609 plate appearances.
  • TEX Catcher #18
    Mitch Garver went 3-for-3 and slugged a solo home run on Monday night as the Rangers dispatched of the Angels in Los Angeles.
    Garver clubbed his 382-foot blast as the second of back-to-back-to-back homers that the Rangers crushed off of Jimmy Herget in the sixth inning. Garver also singled twice and drew a walk in the ballgame, reaching base safely in each of his four plate appearances. On the season, the 32-year-old is slashing a healthy .281/.381/.525 with 19 homers and 50 RBI.
  • TEX Shortstop #2
    Marcus Semien swatted his 28th home run of the season on Monday night, helping to power the Rangers to victory over the Angels.
    Semien blasted the fourth of four solo homers that the Rangers hit in the ballgame — connecting on his 368-foot shot off of Jaime Barria in the seventh inning to extend the Rangers’ lead to 4-0. That would be his only hit in five at-bats on the night. For the season, the dynamic 33-year-old infielder is now hitting .277/.348/.478 with 28 homers, 98 RBI and 14 stolen bases on the season.
  • TEX Starting Pitcher #22
    Jon Gray delivered a strong performance in Monday night’s victory over the Angels, surrendering just one run on five hits over his six frames.
    The 31-year-old hurler racked up seven strikeouts on the night and didn’t walk a batter. The only blemish on his day came on a solo blast that he served up to Logan O’Hoppe in the second inning. Gray generated 12 swings and misses on 81 pitches on the night — nine on his slider alone — while posting a strong CSW of 33 percent. He’ll carry a 4.12 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and a 142/54 K/BB ratio (157 1/3 innings) into his final start of the regular season on Sunday against the Mariners in Seattle.
  • LAA Starting Pitcher #43
    Patrick Sandoval was removed from Monday’s start against the Rangers due to right oblique tightness.
    Sandoval felt the injury after issuing back-to-back walks to begin the fourth inning. Overall, he allowed two hits and five walks over three-plus innings of scoreless baseball prior to exiting. He had been scheduled to pitch in their season finale against the Athletics on Sunday, but that assignment seems highly unlikely after Monday’s injury. Sandoval is likely to finish the 2023 campaign with a 7-13 record, 4.11 ERA, 1.51 WHIP and a 128/74 K/BB ratio across his 144 2/3 innings of work in 28 starts.
  • LAA Catcher #14
    Logan O’Hoppe clubbed his 13th home run of the season as the Angels fell to the Rangers on Monday evening in Los Angeles.
    The hard-hitting 23-year-old backstop opened the scoring in the ballgame with a 397-foot solo shot off of Jon Gray in the second inning. That would wind up being the Angels’ only run in the contest. O’Hoppe also singled in the ballgame, finishing the night 1-for-2. On the season, he’s now slashing .228/.274/.491 with the aforementioned 13 long balls and 27 RBI. Eight of those home runs have come in 20 games during the month of September.
  • SF Right Fielder #8
    Michael Conforto delivered a pinch-hit, two-run single with two outs in the eighth inning on Monday night, propelling the Giants to an improbable come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Padres.
    The Giants weren’t able to get anything going against Padres’ starter Blake Snell in this one, but they were able to mount a threat against Robert Suarez in the eighth inning. There, they loaded the bases with one out before Patrick Bailey bounced into a fielder’s choice with LaMonte Wade Jr. being cut down attempting to score. Conforto then pinch-hit for Heliot Ramos and lined a 99 mph fastball into left field for a go-ahead two-run single. Overall in his first season with the Giants, the 30-year-old outfielder is hitting .245/.341/.393 with 15 homers, 58 RBI and four stolen bases in 455 plate appearances.
  • SF Starting Pitcher #62
    Logan Webb was outstanding in complete game victory against the Padres on Monday night, allowing just one run on nine hits over nine brilliant frames.
    The 26-year-old right-hander punched out seven batters on the night and didn’t issue a walk. The lone tally against him came on an RBI single by Manny Machado in the opening inning. The Padres threatened again in the ninth inning — with two straight singles to start the frame, but Webb battled back to get Ji-Man Choi to bounce into a fielder’s choice with Juan Soto being cut down at the plate. He then got Jurickson Profar to bounce out to second base to end it. Webb generated 10 swings and misses on a season-high 110 pitches on the night, registering a CSW of 32 percent. Now 11-13 on the season, Webb sports a stellar 3.25 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and a 194/31 K/BB ratio across 216 innings in his 33 starts. He’ll attempt to finish the season on a high note when he does battle against the Dodgers on the season’s final day.
  • SD Third Baseman #13
    Manny Machado went 2-for-4 and drove in the Padres’ lone run in a losing effort against the Giants on Monday evening in San Francisco.
    Machado delivered a one-out RBI single off of Logan Webb in the top half of the first inning, giving the Padres an early 1-0 advantage. That lead would stand until the eighth inning, where Michael Conforto delivered a two-out, two-run single to change the tides. With his two-hit effort, the 31-year-old slugger is now hitting .255/.318/.463 with 30 homers, 89 RBI and three stolen bases on the season.
  • SD Starting Pitcher #4
    Blake Snell delivered another outstanding performance in a tough-luck no-decision against the Giants on Monday night, striking out seven batters over six innings of shutout baseball.
    Snell allowed just four hits on the evening while issuing two walks. He left the game after six innings with the Padres leading 1-0 and in line for his 15th victory of the season, but the Padres’ bullpen was unable to hang on for him. The 30-year-old left-hander generated 21 swings and misses on 100 pitches on the evening — eight of those on his fastball — while registering an elite CSW of 39 percent. Snell is going to garner consideration for the National League Cy Young Award this season, compiling a 2.25 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and a 234/99 K/BB ratio across 180 innings. He’ll look to finish the season strong when he takes on the White Sox in Chicago on the final day of the regular season.