• The Rangers entered Sunday's game having won 11 of 12, and reliever Jason Frasor had three wins in relief during that span.
• Elvis Andrus had gone 452 at-bats this season before hitting his first home run on Saturday night. It was the longest drought in the Majors. He had gone 557 at-bats since his last home run on Sept. 4, 2012, against the Royals.
• Joe Nathan's save on Saturday was the 332nd of his career, 11th most in Major League history. His next target is Hall of Famer Rollie Fingers, who had 341.
• The Rangers, going into Sunday, were 19-10 in one-run games for a .655 winning percentage that was the best in the Majors.