Washington Fears for Job as Rangers Slump

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Washington Fears for Job as Rangers Slump

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington said Tuesday that he fears for his job as his club trudges its way through a second straight September swoon. The Rangers have lost seven consecutive games and haven't had a lead in any of the 63 innings during the streak. They are holding on tight to the second wild-card spot in the American League, a half-game ahead of Cleveland after leading the West by two games to start September. They now trail the division-leading Oakland Athletics by 6.5 games.

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