1985 Texas Rangers

Regular season April 29, 1985 – Larry Parrish hit three home runs in a game against the New York Yankees. Charlie Hough finished second in the American League with 14 complete games. Notable transactions April 6, 1985: Randy Asadoor was traded by the Rangers to the San Diego Padres for Mitch Williams. [7]

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Aug 31, 2023The Texas Rangers of the American League ended the 1985 season with a record of 62 wins and 99 losses, finishing seventh in the AL’s West Division. The Rangers plated 617 runs, worst in the circuit, and yielded 785 runs. Pete O’Brien paced Texas with 22 home runs, while Larry Parrish, Gary Ward and Oddibe McDowell each walloped 20 or more also.

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The 1985 Texas Rangers played 161 games during the regular season, won 62 games, lost 99 games, and finished in seventh position. They played their home games at Arlington Stadium (Park Factors: 101/102) where 1,112,497 fans witnessed their 1985 Rangers finish the season with a .385 winning percentage.

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World champion Rangers among 18 teams that get going with pitchers and catchers on the field – Daily Journal Team statistics and information for the 1985 Texas Rangers major league baseball team. Toggle navigation TheBaseballNexus. Home; American League . Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; … Texas Rangers Franchise Home Page Season Record: 62-99 Attendance: 1,112,497 1985 AL Final Standings. Team Batting Statistics. Player G AB R

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Team statistics and information for the 1985 Texas Rangers major league baseball team. Toggle navigation TheBaseballNexus. Home; American League . Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; … Texas Rangers Franchise Home Page Season Record: 62-99 Attendance: 1,112,497 1985 AL Final Standings. Team Batting Statistics. Player G AB R 1985 Texas Rangers Statistics | Baseball-Reference.com Prospect League (Smr) Cal Ripken Collegiate League (Smr) Alaska League (Smr) New York Collegiate League (Smr) Western Canadian League (Smr) Jayhawk Collegiate League (Smr) .763 257 19 1 0 5 3 22 Curt Wilkerson # 24 129 395 360 35 88 11 6 0 22 14 7 22 63 .244 .293 .308 .601 111 7 4 6 3 0

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Yankee scout Wilson battled Bonds, Dykstra, Strawberry, Kruk as a reliever — Canadian Baseball Network Regular season April 29, 1985 – Larry Parrish hit three home runs in a game against the New York Yankees. Charlie Hough finished second in the American League with 14 complete games. Notable transactions April 6, 1985: Randy Asadoor was traded by the Rangers to the San Diego Padres for Mitch Williams. [7]

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World champion Rangers among 18 teams that get going with pitchers and catchers on the field – Daily Journal The 1985 Texas Rangers played 161 games during the regular season, won 62 games, lost 99 games, and finished in seventh position. They played their home games at Arlington Stadium (Park Factors: 101/102) where 1,112,497 fans witnessed their 1985 Rangers finish the season with a .385 winning percentage.

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1985 TEXAS RANGERS YEARBOOK | eBay Team statistics and information for the 1985 Texas Rangers major league baseball team. Toggle navigation TheBaseballNexus. Home; American League . Baltimore Orioles; Boston Red Sox; Chicago White Sox; … Texas Rangers Franchise Home Page Season Record: 62-99 Attendance: 1,112,497 1985 AL Final Standings. Team Batting Statistics. Player G AB R

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Rangers now focus on playing as well at home in World Series vs Arizona as they have on road | AP News 1985 Texas Rangers Statistics | Baseball-Reference.com Prospect League (Smr) Cal Ripken Collegiate League (Smr) Alaska League (Smr) New York Collegiate League (Smr) Western Canadian League (Smr) Jayhawk Collegiate League (Smr) .763 257 19 1 0 5 3 22 Curt Wilkerson # 24 129 395 360 35 88 11 6 0 22 14 7 22 63 .244 .293 .308 .601 111 7 4 6 3 0

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Rangers now focus on playing as well at home in World Series vs Arizona as they have on road | AP News Aug 31, 2023The Texas Rangers of the American League ended the 1985 season with a record of 62 wins and 99 losses, finishing seventh in the AL’s West Division. The Rangers plated 617 runs, worst in the circuit, and yielded 785 runs. Pete O’Brien paced Texas with 22 home runs, while Larry Parrish, Gary Ward and Oddibe McDowell each walloped 20 or more also.

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