The last time the San Francisco Giants hosted the Texas Rangers at AT&T Park was in Game 2 of the 2010 World Series; Matt Cain silenced the Rangers' bats in a 9-0 victory. The Rangers return this weekend for an interleague battle that might be a 2012 World Series preview.
The Rangers are 0-11 in their history at AT&T Park, including the first two games of the 2010 World Series. That stat shouldn’t phase their lethal lineup.
The Giants have been hot to start June, going 6-1 and just finishing with two wins at Petco Park in San Diego. Four out of the five Giants' starters are on cruise control and the offense is definitely starting to pick up. The Giants are still in second place though.
However, there are a few tweaks the Giants must make in order to take the lead from the rival Dodgers. Here is a look at each of the five: