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Texas Rangers Colby Lewis: ‘I didn’t think the adjustment would take this long’

ARLINGTON – It looked a lot like 2010 on Wednesday night in Arlington. New York in town. A sellout crowd. And Colby Lewis smothering the Yankees. “It was kind of reminiscent of 2010,” said Lewis, who made his best post-hip …
New York Daily News Jul 30, 2014
Yankees bats go silent against Colby Lewis in 3-2 loss to Rangers

Yankees bats go silent against Colby Lewis in 3-2 loss to Rangers

For all the talk about the Yankees’ need for a starting pitcher before Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline, it’s the offense that really looks like it could use a boost. After scoring a dozen runs Tuesday night, the Bombers’ bats went silent Wednesday against Colby Lewis and the Rangers, who took a 3-2 decision from the Yankees in the rubber match of the three-game set at Globe Life Park.
River Ave. Blues Jul 30, 2014

Offense disappears in 3-2 loss to Rangers

So much for taking advantage of a soft spot in the schedule. The Yankees lost Wednesday night’s series finale against the Rangers by the score of 3-2, dropping two of three in Texas to the team with the worst record in baseball. Colby Darvish For the first time since June 2012, Colby Lewis completed seven […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogOffense disappears in 3-2 loss to Rangers The post Offense disappears in 3-2 loss to Rangers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Colby Lewis shines in Rangers’ 3-2 victory

Colby Lewis shines in Rangers’ 3-2 victory

The right-hander allows two runs in seven innings as Texas takes the series from the Yankees.

Scouting Wednesday’s starters: Colby Lewis set to face Hiroki Kuroda in Rangers-Yankees finale

Texas Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos (left) heads back to the plate after trying to talk down starting pitcher Colby Lewis during the third inning of Texas 3-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins Sunday, June 29, 2014 at Globe Life Ballpark …
Rangers’ Colby Lewis hoping for repeat against Yankees

Rangers’ Colby Lewis hoping for repeat against Yankees

Lewis is the last Rangers pitcher to have consecutive quality starts.

W2W4: Rangers vs. Athletics

The slumping Rangers (40-62) host the Oakland A’s (63-38), which has the best record and scored the most runs (509) in baseball. Here’s a preview: What’s up with the Rangers?: Well, the same old business is occurring: Losing. The Rangers lost three of four games to the New York Yankees in the Bronx and finished a seven-game road trip to start the second half of the season at 2-5. There is some good news, the starting pitching has gotten better and outside of Yu Darvish’s rain-shortened complete game victory where he went 4 1/3 innings, Colby Lewis (6 1/3), Nick Martinez (5 1/3)...

Colby Lewis’ third quality start wasted by Rangers in loss to Yankees

NEW YORK, NY - JULY 24: Colby Lewis #48 of the Texas Rangers pitches in the first inning against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on July 24, 2014 in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by …

Colby Lewis pitches better, still loses

NEW YORK -- One inning is all it took for Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis to lose it all. Going into the fifth, Lewis had looked very good. He allowed just one run on two hits and he hit one batter on the pinkie. Then the fifth. "Came out of my mechanics a little bit," Lewis said after the Rangers' 4-2 loss to the Yankees on Thursday extended their losing streak to three games. With the score tied, Lewis walked Ichiro Suzuki to start the inning.
River Ave. Blues Jul 24, 2014

Yanks wrap up series with 4-2 win over Rangers

Make it six wins in seven second half games. The Yankees wrapped up the series against the Rangers with a tidy 4-2 win on Thursday afternoon, giving them three wins in the four-game series. Business, it’s being taken care of. Second Time Around It took Colby Lewis, he of the 6.37 ERA and .347 opponent’s […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogYanks wrap up series with 4-2 win over Rangers The post Yanks wrap up series with 4-2 win over Rangers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Rapid Reaction: Yankees 4, Rangers 2

NEW YORK – The middle innings did Colby Lewis in Thursday afternoon from Yankee Stadium. And the Rangers right-hander didn’t get enough support in the late innings from his teammates to overcome his issues in a 4-2 loss to the Yankees. The loss dropped the Rangers to a 40-62 on the season, marking the first time since 1988 that the franchise has dipped 22 games under .500. What happened?: With the score tied in the fifth, Lewis committed the unallowable, walking Ichiro Suzuki to start the inning.

Extra Bases: Colby makes his debut

NEW YORK -- Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis gets the call in the finale of this four-game series against the Yankees on Thursday afternoon. Lewis will make his first appearance at the new Yankee Stadium. "I faced them a couple of times in the postseason," Lewis said. "I'm looking forward to it and being able to say I pitched in both old Yankee Stadium and new Yankee Stadium, I think that’s pretty good." The last time Lewis pitched at the Yankees was 2003 when he lost a 6-2 game to Roger Clemens.

Rangers Colby Lewis upset with Blue Jays’ Colby Rasmus’ bunt: ‘I didn’t appreciate it’

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Colby Lewis has words with Toronto Blue Jays Colby Rasmus (not shown) after Rasmus bunted his way on during the fifth inning of a baseball game, Saturday, July 19, 2014 in Toronto. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, …

Struggles in last start ancient history for Rangers’ Colby Lewis

The right-handed veteran allowed 11 earned runs in less than three innings against the Angels.

Worst beat down in Rangers history puts Colby Lewis’ in infamous club with only three other members

Jul 10, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Rangers starting pitcher Colby Lewis (48) reacts after leaving the game during the third inning against the Los Angeles Angels at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports ORG …

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