The Texas Rangers are one of eight MLB teams never to win a World Series in the league right now, but things could be much different for Texas had the 2010 and 2011 seasons gone differently. Texas made it to the World Series in consecutive years during that time but fell 4-1 to the San Francisco Giants in 2010, and endured a heart-breaking 4-3 series loss to the Cardinals a year later. The Rangers were actually one out away from victory in Game 6 of that series vs. St Louis and collapsed late.
From a betting standpoint, those weren’t the only good seasons recently for the Rangers as they were the best bet in the majors in 2015. Bettors backing Texas Rangers odds on a nightly basis came away with nearly 30 units (29.55) of profit by the end of the regular season.
Texas Rangers Next Game
To view what kind of moneyline odds sportsbooks are offering for the Texas Rangers next game, check below. It lists the prices for the Rangers and their opponent and will be updated with the final score after the game.
Smart bettors know that it’s important to follow along with the Texas Rangers baseball schedule and results all year long to scope out strong wagering opportunities. All of that information for this year is below.
Texas Rangers Scores And Standings
Finding the Rangers standings position can be sporadic as they’ve complemented division championships with some bad finishes in recent years. See where Texas sits in this year’s standings here.
Bet On Texas Rangers Games
It’s tough to argue with the fact that the 2010 and 2011 seasons were the best in this organization’s history, but for the most part the Rangers have managed to stay highly competitive since then. They won 90 or more games from 2010 through 2013, and after a rough year that saw numerous injuries write off their 2014 campaign, the Rangers were division winners and back in the playoffs again in 2015. Four playoff appearances in a six-year span is the mark of a consistent winner in this league and that’s the current landscape of this Texas Rangers team.
The good news for Rangers fans and bettors alike, is the fact that Texas is showing no signs of slowing down either. They went out and made some big moves in 2015 – trading for P Cole Hamels most notably – and have a strong mix of veterans and budding superstars that should make this team a threat for years to come. Guys like Adrian Beltre and Prince Fielder may have their best years behind them, but Roughned Odor. Nomar Mazara, and Jurickson Profar are expected to sustain the winning ways for this organization.
This is a team that is mere steps away from erasing themselves from that list of teams never to win a World Series, and as a MLB bettor, they should be a team you are looking to bet on a lot over the next few years.