SAN FRANCISCO The big question mark coming into Saturday's game for Texas was how was Scott Feldman going to pitch.
The big right-hander who grew up in the San Francisco area answered that by pitching well enough to win against the Giants.
That wasn't the case for the Texas hitters or the defense.
Texas managed just five hits and committed three errors for the second time on the road trip as San Francisco eased to a 5-2 victory.
The loss assured the Rangers a losing road trip and their three-game lead is the smallest it's been since they led the American League West by 2 games on April 16.
The Rangers have scored two or fewer runs in six of the nine games on the road trip, magnifying any mistake made by the pitchers or the defense.
"These guys can hit," Texas manager Ron Washington said. "It's odd that throughout the whole lineup you get that. You know these guys have a track record and they can hit. All we can do is keep working and we'll come back around. After last night...