Texas Rangers surrender 8th grand slam, one shy of franchise record, in loss to Angels

The Los Angeles Angels scored seven runs in the fourth inning, including four on Jared Walsh’s grand slam, to beat the Texas Rangers 8-5 Monday at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.Rangers starting pitcher Kyle Gibson was chased after allowing eight runs (seven earned) on five hits, four walks and and a hit batter in four innings. He surrendered the grand slam, which is the eighth allowed by Rangers pitchers this season. That’s in 54 games of a pandemic-shortened season. They allowed a franchise record nine grand slams in 1988.Texas has six games remaining, including two in Arizona before finishing wit…

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