Texas Rangers starter Scott Feldman hasn't received much support lately.
That's somewhat hard to believe considering how the two-time reigning AL champions have been hitting the ball.
Feldman will try to avoid a fourth consecutive losing start Sunday when Texas goes for a fifth straight victory overall and its first four-game home sweep of the Minnesota Twins in 25 years.
Feldman (6-9, 4.77 ERA) hasn't been particularly effective during his personal skid with 12 runs allowed over his last three starts, but the Rangers (75-51) haven't given him much room for error, supporting him with a total of five runs -- and only one in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to Baltimore.
That contest was the only defeat in the last eight games for Texas, which is batting .373 and averaging 9.8 runs during its 4-0 surge.
Led by Ian Kinsler's three-hit effort, which included a leadoff homer and a bases-clearing triple, the Rangers pounded out 14 hits in Saturday's 9-3 victory to improve to 8-1 against the Twins ...