ARLINGTON, Texas The Texas Rangers may be in an offensive slump.
They went scoreless after the third inning Saturday against the Minnesota Twins.
Of course, that followed a start to the game in which the Rangers jumped out to a 9-0 lead after three innings on their way to a 9-3 victory over the Twins.
Texas has now scored at least eight runs in the last four games, just the sixth time in club history that's happened the and the longest since they did it six times in a row in 2008.
If the Rangers keep going like they are now, that mark figures to be in jeopardy.
"It's tough as an offense to have every single guy rolling at the same time and right now that's happening," said Ian Kinsler, who got things started in the first with a leadoff homer off Brian Duensing. "We're all having quality at-bats, one after another. Whether you're making an out or not, it seems like we're seeing a lot of pitches, making a pitcher work one through nine. It's tough on the opposing team when you're...