Cole Ragans makes MLB debut in Texas Rangers victory

Pitcher Cole Ragans’ long-awaited Main League debut did not have his first win, however the Texas Rangers broke a three-game dropping streak as they beat the Chicago White Sox 3-2 at Globe Life Discipline on Thursday.

It took six years for Texas to change into the Ragans’ first recreation. The previous first-round decide in 2016 missed the 2018 and 2019 seasons, when he had two Tommy John surgical procedures, after which the 2020 minor-league season was canceled as a result of COVID-19.

He made some historical past. He hit the White Sox for one run, which was unearned, on three hits and 4 walks, whereas scoring three runs in 5 innings. In doing so, the left-hander grew to become the tenth pitcher in Rangers historical past to go in 5 innings or extra with out being allowed for earned runs in his Main League debut. The final to take action was AJ Alexey on August 30, 2021.

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