1990 Texas Rangers season
|1990 Texas Rangers|
|Major League affiliations|
|Owner(s)||George W. Bush|
|General manager(s)||Tom Grieve|
(Jim Sundberg, Steve Busby)
(Greg Lucas, Brad Sham, Dave Barnett, Jim Sundberg)
(Eric Nadel, Mark Holtz)
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- October 2, 1989: Cecilio Guante was released by the Rangers.
- June 11, 1990: Nolan Ryan threw his sixth no-hitter against the Oakland Athletics.
- July 30, 1990: Nolan Ryan earned his 300th win against the Milwaukee Brewers.
|Chicago White Sox||94||68||0.580||9||49–31||45–37|
|Kansas City Royals||75||86||0.466||27½||45–36||30–50|
Record vs. opponents
1990 American League Records
- June 4, 1990: 1990 Major League Baseball draft
- June 14, 1990: Randy St. Claire was signed as a free agent by the Rangers.
- September 4, 1990: Randy St. Claire was released by the Rangers.
Nolan Ryan's 6th No-Hitter
- June 11, 1990: At Oakland Alameda County Coliseum, Nolan Ryan, at forty-three years, four months, and twelve days, became the oldest pitcher in major league history to throw a no-hitter. He would become the only pitcher in the history of Major League Baseball to throw a no-hitter for three different teams (the Angels, the Astros, the Rangers). Ryan would also hold the distinction of holding the record for longest time between two no-hitters. Ryan who tossed his fifth no-hitter on September 26, 1981, and this one on June 11.
|1990 Texas Rangers|
Starters by position
Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in
Awards and honors
- Julio Franco, Silver Slugger Award
- Julio Franco – All-Star Game Most Valuable Player
- Rafael Palmeiro, American League Leader in Hits (191)
- Gary Pettis, OF, AL Gold Glove
- Nolan Ryan – American League Leader Strikeouts (232)
- Julio Franco, Second Base, Reserve
- Cecilio Guante at Baseball Reference
- Baseball Almanac – Box Score of Nolan Ryan No-Hitter (Sixth)
- Dan Smith at Baseball Reference
- Rusty Greer at Baseball Reference
- Randy St. Claire at Baseball Reference