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The Rangers are a great team. There is no debating that. However the more amazing thing is how far they are willing to go to win a game. They played a tough one against the Angels on Wednesday, delivering 12 innings of pure magic. The Angels put up a fight, but they were no match for the Texas Rangers. While it was a close game, there was no other possible outcome. The Rangers took it after 12 innings, with a final score of 2-1. NFL spreads.

The game was tied for most of the innings, and neither team was about to give in. At the plate, both teams had a mediocre run. It was a pitching and fielding game. Though Texas won it, the Angels put up a very good fight, showing signs of life for the rest of the season. The Rangers snapped a three-game skid with two unearned runs. The Texans were prepared to take the win any way they could. Jeff Francoeur doubled in the 12th inning, sealing the game to break the tiring tie.  This player has had a few truly wacky plays come his way this year, and this was merely another one of many. NFL lines.

The Rangers are moving towards a sturdy and strong finish this year. They year has seen them play their best baseball in franchise history, allowing them to lead the division all season long.  They will go on to the postseason for the first time in a long time. The way the team is playing, they will be sure to give a very exciting performance. NFL betting lines.

C.J. Wilson and Dan Haren battled through seven tight innings, as the pitching during this game was truly magnificent. Neither team had many hits, despite the fact that they both usually have quite a few. Be sure and follow up on all the best sports betting information at

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