List of Texas Rangers team records

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NOTE: Any item marked with † involves a record/feat set when the team was known as the Washington Senators.

Rare Feats[edit]

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No-Hitters[edit]

Perfect Games[edit]

Hitting for the Cycle[edit]

Four home runs in one game[edit]

Triple Plays[edit]

3 Consecutive Walk-Off Home Runs[edit]

Single game records (through 2014)[edit]

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Batting[edit]

  • Most runs scored in a game (team): 30 (at Baltimore—August 22, 2007) (modern major-league record, all-time American League record)
  • Most home runs in a game (team): 8 (vs. Houston—May 21, 2005; vs. Los Angeles Angels—June 30, 2005)
  • Most home runs in a game (individual): 4, Josh Hamilton (at Baltimore—May 8, 2012) (ties major-league record)[3]
  • Most home runs in an inning: 2, Carl Everett (vs. Oakland—July 26, 2002—7th inning); Adrián Beltré (vs. Baltimore—August 22, 2012—4th inning) (ties major-league record)
  • Most runs batted in in a game: 9, Iván Rodríguez (at Seattle—April 13, 1999)
  • Most total bases in a game: 18, Josh Hamilton (at Baltimore—May 8, 2012) (American League record)[4]
  • Most stolen bases in a game: 5, Scarborough Green (at Seattle—September 28, 2000)

Pitching[edit]

  • Most successive strikeouts: Nolan Ryan, 7 (vs. California—July 7, 1991)
  • Most consecutive batters retired: Kenny Rogers, 27 (vs. California—July 28, 1994—Perfect Game)
  • Most strikeouts in an inning: Bobby Witt, 4 (vs. Baltimore—August 2, 1987); Charlie Hough, 4 (vs. New York—July 4, 1988). Both tie the ML record.
  • Most strikeouts in a 9-inning game RHP: Nolan Ryan, 16, twice (vs. Chicago—April 26, 1990 and vs. Toronto—May 1, 1991)
  • Most strikeouts in a 9-inning game LHP: Jamie Moyer, 13 (vs. Toronto—April 8, 1989); Cliff Lee, 13, twice (vs. Oakland—July 26, 2010 and vs. New York Yankees—October 18, 2010)
  • Most strikeouts in an extra-inning game: Tom Cheney, 21 (16 innings, vs. Baltimore Orioles—September 12, 1962) (Major League record)†

Single season records (through 2014)[edit]

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Batting[edit]

Pitching[edit]

Career records (through 2014)[edit]

Batting[edit]

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Pitching[edit]

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References[edit]