Ian Kinsler joined the 30 homer/30 steals club for the second time in his career Tuesday, but it may not have been the night's biggest accomplishment for Kinsler.

That would be the two runs he scored to cross 120 for the season. Kinsler went into the final game of the season with 121 runs scored, the fifth-highest total in Rangers history.

Kinsler scored 116 runs while hitting leadoff. It's the most runs scored by a leadoff man in Rangers history, surpassing the 102 Kinsler scored in 2008.

"That's his job, crossing the base," manager Ron Washington said. "If you put his runs scored and RBIs [77] together, I think he's produced close to 200 runs. That's a lot of production from that spot. That's what a team needs. Sometimes you have to look beyond batting average."