The Texas Rangers beat the Red Sox last night by a score of 19-7, one night after beating the Yankees 17-6. That's not all-five of their last seven games had at least one team score in double digits (the two not in double digits featured nine runs for the winner).
In Total Texas has had 20 such games this year, and all but four were at the Ballpark at Arlington. The Rangers at Texas are 11-9 (.550) in those games and have outscored opponents 176-167. Their Pythagorean winning percentage is .524, which would translate 10.48 wins and 9.52 losses (Pythagorean win percentage = Runs For ^1.83 /(Runs For ^1.83 + Runs Against ^1.83)). Those Rangers found a way to get an extra .52 wins out of the deal. Well, how about that!