Rangers hitters were going bonkers. They outscored opponents 177-100 in the 25 games, averaging just over 7 runs per game.
Former Ranger Killer Vladimir Guerrero chipped in nicely batting .356 with 6 homers and 24 RBIs.
Overall, the best month in Rangers history. The .778 winning percentage tops their April 1989 (.773).
Now, it's only been one game, but their July is off to a different start.
Jered Weaver and his fellow Angels squeaked out a July 1st 2-1 victory over the Rangers. Rangers hitters only managed 4 hits last night. The Angels closed the gap to 3 1/2 games and the Rangers come home, where they are 28-12, to face another hot team, the Chicago White Sox. They follow that up with 3 against Cleveland and 4 against Baltimore.
I'm hoping they continue playing like they did in June and the summer swoon doesn't start in July. Apparently, the Rangers think new catcher Bengie Molina will help. Only time will tell.