Quick look at Tepesch's night
|Rangers manager Ron Washington joins Richard Durrett and Tim MacMahon to discuss the first week of the season, if he feels guilty when his team catches a break from the umpires, Elvis Andrus and much more. |
* He's the first pitcher in the big leagues to go at least 7 1/3 innings while allowing a run or less in his debut since the Cleveland Indians' Scott Lewis pitched eight shutout innings on Sept. 10, 2008 at Baltimore.
* He's the the fifth Rangers pitcher to throw at least 7 1/3 innings in a start in his major league debut. He's the first to allow a run or less in the outing. John Detmer was the last Rangers pitcher to go that many innings in his debut, allowing four earned runs in eight innings on June 16, 1994 against the New York Yankees.
* The last Ranger to pitch at least seven innings in a start in his major league debut was Brian Sikorski, who went seven shutout innings against the Yankees on Aug. 16, 2000.
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