8:23 AM EDT, Fri September 04, 2015

On deck: Colby Lewis vs. Tyson Ross

Padres right-hander shut out Rangers over 6-plus innings in Texas in July.
Grand Rapids Press Aug 21, 2015
Detroit Tigers lineup: Ian Kinsler to lead off, Tyler Collins to bat second in second game of series

Detroit Tigers lineup: Ian Kinsler to lead off, Tyler Collins to bat second in second game of series

The Tigers also have Alex Avila and Anthony Gose, a pair of left-handed hitters, in the lineup against right-hander Colby Lewis. DETROIT -- Ian Kinsler and Tyler Collins will get the first crack at Colby Lewis tonight. Kinsler is leading off and Collins is batting second against the Texas Rangers right-hander in the second game of a four-game series. The Tigers also have Alex Avila and Anthony Gose, a pair of left-handed hitters, in the lineup against Lewis. Texas RangersPitcher: RH Colby Lewis Detroit Tigers1. Ian Kinsler, 2B2. Tyler Collins, LF3. Miguel...

Texas Rangers use the Lewis-Gimenez battery vs. Tampa Bay

ARLINGTON — The Texas Rangers will use the combination of right-hander Colby Lewis throwing to catcher Chris Gimenez on Saturday against Tampa Bay. This will be the first time Lewis and Gimenez have worked together this season. In 2014, Lewis …

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