Seriously. This is going to be one of the franchise's worst all time seasons. Rangers fans are staring down the barrel of a minimum 90 loss season, and 100 isn't out of the question.
Of course - if you want to get GOOD in MLB, this is what has to happen. Chicago was awful for 4-5 years, now they're great. Houston was awful, now they're great. The Giants were good, now they're awful, and they'll be good again in a few years. The Royals were terrible for a generation, put together a few drafts, were great for a year or two, then fell back to earth. That's how it goes - it's cyclical. The Rangers were good-great about eight years ago to about three years ago, and now they need to rebuild.
The Yankees are the only team I can think of that manages to stay decent-to-good every year, and they have a payroll more than the bottom eight teams in MLB combined. Building through the draft takes time, a commitment to developing players, and a ton of patience, and an ownership willing to stick it out. Jose Altuve was cover-your-eyes awful at times as a rookie. He's the best player in baseball today. Being willing to wait and to pay is why Miami, Tampa, San Diego, et al never win. Their ownership won't pay the players to keep 'em, and won't wait long enough for 'em to develop properly.