Three up, three down from Texas Rangers’ home-opening loss to Colorado
(Associated Press photo/LM Otero)
ARLINGTON — To clear up any confusion, the final score Monday at Globe Life Field was 6-4.
The run Marcus Semien scored in the 10th inning to make it 6-5 was erased by the double play that the Texas Rangers didn’t think should have been a double play.
A guy in a room in New York thought it was.
Brendan Rodgers wasn’t charged with a throwing error for his throwing error.
Ashton Goudeau picked up his first career save with a scoreless innings, and the Colorado Rockies picked up a win.
There’s more to it, though.
Here’s three up, three down.