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It’s July 3. No it isn’t! But it is in this paragraph. It’s July 3, and it’s Texas, and it’s the bottom of the sixth of a game between the Rangers and the Mariners. There’s a score, but it doesn’t matter. Adrian Beltre leads off against Felix Hernandez, and on the third pitch, Beltre blasts an au...
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While The Texas Rangers are scouting for replacements in the event that Nelson Cruz is suspended by Major League Baseball, the Rangers could also lose Lance Berkman for the rest of the season.
Berkman, 37, has not appeared in a game since July 6 and told reporters that he had considered shutting himself down for the season.
“I’ve definitely thought about it,” Berkman said of...
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Texas Rangers’ pitcher, Tanner Scheppers, was the victim of an aggravated assault Thursday night by a group of men while he was out for a bite to eat. The incident occurred somewhere between his hotel and the restaurant downtown Cleveland. His team, the Texas Rangers, are in town this weekend to play the Cleveland Indians. Scheppers received a...
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The Texas Rangers are focusing on acquiring outfield help as Major League Baesball’s July 31 trade deadline approaches but that will not stop them from seeking other improvements.
With Lance Berkman’s status unknown the Rangers have had internal discussions about bringing back Michael Young reports CBS Sports.
When I tuned into the game tonight, I was tired. I probably could have gone to bed at 7 p.m. and fallen asleep with no issues. But I decided to watch the Rangers instead. They didn’t make much of a compelling argument for that decision at first, getting behind 7-1 by the 4th inning.
Poor Martin Perez. Just not a good night. And it was an early one for him. He was in...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Texas Rangers pitcher Tanner Scheppers sustained facial bruises after he said he was "sucker-punched" while walking in downtown Cleveland this week.
Scheppers had cuts above his nose and bruising around his left eyes when he spoke to reporters prior to Saturday night's game against the Indians.
"I'm just lucky nothing serious happened,"...
Teams in need of a closer soon may have a stunning new possibility
to consider. The Texas Rangers have had internal discussions about
trading All-Star right-hander Joe Nathan, according to major-league
Texas Rangers reporter Jim Knox has been with us before. For ball sweat, getting leveled by a bull, and for apparently saying 'Famry' while interviewing some Asian Yu Darvish fans. He's back. Speaking of an infant, Jim asks: "What's her name?"
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The Texas Rangers say pitcher Tanner Scheppers sustained facial
bruises after being attacked while walking in downtown Cleveland
Derek Holland felt as if he pitched a good game for the Texas
Author’s Note: This is the fourth edition of a seven part series on fielding and how it could affect your fantasy team and the trade deadline. We are profiling the top two teams in each division because those are the teams most likely to deal for players to help them down the stretch. During the process, we will discuss some fairly complex topics as it pertains to fielding. If...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Michael Bourn homered to lead off the first inning and Justin Masterson took a shutout into the eighth inning, outdueling Texas' Yu Darvish in the Cleveland Indians' 1-0 win over the Rangers on Saturday night.
Masterson (12-7), an American League All-Star, struck out eight and allowed five hits in 7 2-3 innings. That was enough to beat Darvish (9-5), who...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Hiroki Kuroda pitched seven scoreless innings for his 10th victory, Mariano Rivera got gifts before posting another save and the New York Yankees beat the Texas Rangers 2-0 on Thursday to split the four-game series.
After David Robertson worked a 1-2-3 eighth, Rivera pitched the ninth for his 33rd save this season, extending his career record to 641.
Game four in Texas falls on Hiroki Kuroda (9-6, 2.65 ERA) as he tries to split the series against Derek Holland (8-5, 3.10 ERA). Kuroda pitched another gem his last time out, limiting the Red Sox to two runs in seven innings at Fenway. He took a no decision against Texas on June 25, allowing three runs (two earned) and five hits in 6 2/3 innings. “Kuroda had everything,” Girardi...