On July 28th the Rangers lost to Ubaldo Jimenez (of all people) and the Indians, 6-0, earning Cleveland a clean series sweep. It was the Rangers 8th loss in 10 post-All-Star-Break games, and 12th loss in 15 games overall, driving their overall record down to a mere 56-47. At that time, Texas was 6.0 games behind Oakland in the American League West, and fell to a mere 9 games above .500 for the first time since May 10th. Needless to say, it signaled the club's lowest point in a year seemingly rank with low points...
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