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Rangers outfielder Julio Borbon, who missed the second half of the regular season after undergoing surgery on his left ankle, has returned to action in the Dominican Winter League.
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It’s funny because the Texas Rangers did not triumph in the winner-take-all Game 7 of the World Series a few weeks ago. The St. Louis Cardinals did. Which means this guy’s tattoo is entirely inaccurate. The humor is in its complete lack of subtlety. And abject stupidity. Big League Stew was forwarded the photo by [...]
Crazy fans will just never learn. If the Texas Rangers are looking for someone or something to blame for reaching the World Series two years in a row and failing to bring home the trophy, there are plenty of scape goats. The first one we showed you was this news station, which sent a smart [...]
ARLINGTON, Texas The visiting bullpen that caused St. Louis manager Tony La Russa so many problems in Game 5 of the World Series will be no more when the Texas Rangers start the 2012 season.
The bullpen is being reconfigured, which is just one of the many renovations currently under way at Rangers Ballpark.
Work on the visiting bullpen already was being planned before La Russa...
Texas rangers utility infielder Micheal Young has been named the 2011 Marvin Miller Man of the Year.
"The award is presented to the player whose on-field and off-field performance most inspires others to higher levels of achievement by displaying as much passion to give back to others as he shows between the lines on the baseball diamond," the Rangers said in a news release...
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Just a day after being awarded a Golden Glove, Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has been named the winner of the 2011 Silver Slugger Award.
The Silver Sluggers, the best offensive producers in the league, are determined by a vote of MLB coaches and managers.
Beltre ranked among American League leaders in slugging (3rd, .561), homers (T5th, 32), and RBI (T6th, 105), his...
Scott Feldman was one of the biggest surprises in baseball in 2009, when he went 17-8 to earn a spot as the Rangers' Opening Day starter in 2010.
From that point, things turned sour for Feldman, who suffered a knee injury and had began to struggle before having to end his season prematurely with knee surgery.
Now, he wants back in the rotation.
He came back in July of this year...
The Rangers have outrighted pitcher Mason Tobin to Triple-A Round Rock.
Whatever happens, don't hate on C.J. Wilson.