Could the Shortened Season Benefit the Rangers?

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    The Texas Rangers have always been known as an electric team in the first half of the season. That is why, this shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, may just be what this team needs.

    In the first half of the 2019 season, the Rangers bolstered a 48-42 record, which placed them 3rd in the division at the time. The second half of the season was not very kind to them, causing the Rangers to have a 30-42 record after the All Star break.

    With the shortened season, we may only see the MLB play 80 to 100 games, which may allow the Rangers to blossom. If this is the case, the Rangers could possibly earn a playoff spot as a wildcard spot in addition to all of the players that are new to the team this season.

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