Orioles starter Andrew Cashner could have been forgiven for cursing the fates and his lack of run support any number of times this year, but not Thursday night.
He came back to Globe Life Park after delivering one of his better seasons with the Rangers last year and found his old teammates decidedly short on sentimentality.
The Rangers lit him up, scoring 10 runs in the first two innings of an ugly 17-8 victory over the Orioles before an announced 19,637.
The 17 runs were the most scored against the O’s this season, eclipsing the previous high of 15 by the Kansas City Royals on May 8. That’s right, the biggest single-game offensive performances against the last-place...