Texas Rangers’ Chris Woodward: Rocky Start Might Be ‘The Best Thing That Happened To This Group’

Jean J. Sanders

ARLINGTON, Texas — No staff would like to start off 2-9. It doesn’t subject if a team is rebuilding or primed for a Planet Sequence operate. Dropping sport right after recreation can be demoralizing, and in convert, derail almost everything occurring beneath the surface.

The Texas Rangers have confronted this adversity early on. However, while the temper on social media would have designed any bystander presume the sky was slipping in Arlington, supervisor Chris Woodward took it as an option to obstacle his team to remedy some tricky inquiries.

“We experienced to glance inside of of ourselves and determine out, this group in individual, what is actually their identity? What do we stand for? What do we go out there for as a group? It really is a excellent team of guys, but we required to discover our aggressive spirit a tiny bit as a workforce,” Woodward said on Monday. 

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