Rangers get first Area Code Games win
Cole Turney went 2-for-3 with a triple
LONG BEACH—The Rangers won their first game at the 2016 Area Code Games, beating the Reds 5-2 to kick off the fourth day of the event on Tuesday.
Trevor Rogers started the game for the Reds and threw 13 straight strikes in the first inning while striking out the side (you can read more on Rogers from Hudson Belinsky here).
Belinsky said Rogers displayed a free and easy delivery with a sinking fastball and a tight breaking ball in his two innings of work.
The Rangers’ Cole Turney went 2-for-3 with a triple in the sixth inning. He scored on a sacrifice fly.