SAN FRANCISCO The Texas Rangers limped their way to a 4-6 West Coast road trip.
After Sunday's 5-0 victory over San Francisco, a key member of team is limping his way back to Texas.
The Rangers ended the 10-game trip by winning a series against the Giants but may have lost right-hander Alexi Ogando in the victory.
Ogando strained his right groin running to first base in the fourth inning and will have an MRI Monday in Texas. Ogando had a no-hitter through three innings at the time before he was forced to exit the game.
Despite the injury, the Rangers showed some resiliency by getting six shutout innings from their bullpen to end the trip on a winning note.
"We're going to continue to scratch and continue to claw and continue to do whatever we have to do until we get back to playing the kind of baseball we know we're capable of doing," Texas manager Ron Washington said. "Sometimes that's what you have to do in the game. I wish it would all work out perfectly for you but it does...