Need a hero? Don't forget Feldman

If Rangers starter hadn't gutted out seven innings, offense wouldn't have had chance

Updated: April 6, 2010, 11:07 AM ET
By Jim Reeves | ESPNDallas.com

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The most incongruous thing about Opening Day at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Monday wasn't the fact that a former Army sergeant with no legs parachuted in with the honorary game ball, or that a Pro Football Hall of Famer threw out the ceremonial first pitch, or that outgoing owner Tom Hicks sat elbow-to-chummy-elbow with soon-to-be successor Chuck Greenberg in the owner's box next to the dugout.

Nor was it Nelson Cruz one-arming a rather routine-looking fly ball into ...

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