The Dallas Morning News reports that "Having already rewritten the Rangers' record book for relievers, Francisco Cordero sits on the brink of doing something truly historic. He is within three weeks of pitching a full season in the majors without allowing a home run. Such a feat is so unheard of, the Rangers are treating it almost like a no-hitter. They don't want to talk about it. But the level of the potential accomplishment is so grand, they can't help themselves. "I'd rather not say anything," manager Buck Showalter said, knocking on the faux-wood finish of his desk. "He supplies so much of the power. It makes it that much harder for him to do it." Cordero, who set the club record for saves in a season Sunday with his 44th, has pitched 62 innings over 60 appearances. Cordero (3-2) kept his homerless streak intact Monday at Oakland but allowed Eric Byrnes' 10th-inning RBI single that gave the A's a 7-6 victory."