The Texas Rangers haven't experienced many setbacks over the last two weeks, but Matt Garza hasn't exactly been at his best during that stretch.
He hasn't had much trouble against the Milwaukee Brewers in recent years, though.
After having its winning streak snapped, Texas sends Garza to the mound as he seeks another solid outing against the visiting Brewers on Wednesday night.
The Rangers (69-51) had won eight straight games and 13 of their last 14 before falling 5-1 to Milwaukee on Tuesday. Mitch Moreland's third-inning homer accounted for their only run, and they've scored three times over their last two.
Texas averaged 6.7 runs over its previous seven contests.
"There was no lack of energy or lack of enthusiasm or lack of anything," said catcher A.J. Pierzynski, who went 0 for 4. "It just didn't work out. Those games happen sometimes."
One of the Rangers' defeats during their hot stretch came with Garza (2-1, 3.38 ERA) on the mound, as he suffered a 4-2 loss to Oakland on Aug. 3...