Texas Rangers pitcher Taylor Hearn is establishing himself as a formidable starter. He pitched seven strong innings on Sunday in a 7-3 Rangers win over the LA Angels. Hearn is proving that he’s capable of being a top of the rotation guy.
Malik Wright made a trip to Globe Life Field in Arlington to interview Swiss-Army knife pitcher Taylor Hearn. The third-year hurler has shown great versatility and maturity with his approach to pitching.
This is the first year that Hearn has pitched more than 17.1 innings. In 77.1 innings of work he has 77 K’s and a respectable ERA of 3.96. Sky is the limit for this MLBbro.
This Bro went to the show and played both sides of the fence. The Houston Astros defeated the Texas Rangers, 5-2 on Saturday in an interstate rivalry game. The Astros improved their record to 25 games over .500
Rachel L. Hill has the 411 on Rangers pitcher Taylor Hearn, who’s earning his stripes after showing flashes of brilliance out of the pen and then proving that he can also eat innings as a rotation guy.
Texas Rangers’ rookie outfielder Jason Martin has been establishing his presence and asserting himself as a true blue Major Leaguer.
Despite his misleading .160 batting average, the 25-year-old’s been improving at the plate as he’s received more playing time. Martin hit a clutch, game-tying three-run bomb on Thursday night against the Mariners.
Malik Wright caught up with the rookie at Global Life Field.