5The Rangers have won five consecutive home openers.4Nelson Cruz has at least two hits in all four games this season. The only other Rangers to accomplish that were Pete O’Brien (five games in 1988) and Vladimir Guerrero (four in 2010).3A.J. Pierzynski went 3 for 4, including three hits in three at-bats off Angels starter Jason Vargas. Pierzynski had been 0 for 9 against Vargas in his career.299Joe Nathan’s first save of the season was the 299th of his career. He is one shy of becoming the 24th major-leaguer to reach 300.20Chris Iannetta’s home run leading off the top of the third ended Rangers pitchers’ consecutive scoreless innings streak at 20.8The Rangers left at least one runner on base in each of the eight innings they batted. They stranded 11 runners total.1Josh Hamilton went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts in his return to Arlington. He has one hit this season in 16 at-bats with eight strikeouts.7The Angels have been the opponent in the Rangers’ home opener seven times, tied with the Cleveland Indians for the most. The Rangers are 4-3 against the Angels in home openers.5By driving in the game-winning run in the eighth, Ian Kinsler has produced at least one RBI in the past five home openers in which he has played.4Lance Berkman’s fifth-inning double gave him a hit in four consecutive games to start the season. He and Cruz are the only players with at least one hit in each of the Rangers’ four games.0The Rangers were errorless for the third consecutive game. They have played 30 consecutive innings without committing an error..563Cruz is batting .563. It’s the fourth time in the past five years his batting average has been at least .400 after the first four games of the season.