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Texas Rangers' Jon Daniels, who was promoted to president of baseball operations on Friday, said he hopes Hall of Famer and CEO Nolan Ryan remains with the club. Daniels had been the Rangers general manager since 2005,
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Nolan Ryan has been involved with the Texas Rangers’ front office since he joined as president in 2008. Since that time, the Rangers have won two AL West titles, two AL pennants and a wild card berth. Ryan may be on his way out now, though.
Ryan could leave his position as CEO by the end of spring training, according to the Fort Worth Star Telegram. The Rangers promoted Jon Daniels...
Nolan Ryan has become a symbol of the success that the Texas Rangers have enjoyed over the past several seasons. The former Cy Young Award winner is a celebrity in Arlington, and he has received much of the credit for the Rangers’ three straight playoff appearances and two division titles in the past three seasons. Now, there are rumors that Ryan’s days with the team may be numbered...
Which way is Nolan leaning?
Whether it happens, or not, the fact that there’s conversation about Nolan Ryan leaving the Texas Rangers is big news. It is, after all, Nolan Ryan, a figure that looms large in the history of baseball as a Hall of Fame pitcher, and a man that’s carved out a place as a front office man either through ownership in the minor leagues, or now as...
Nolan Ryan is synonymous with the Texas Rangers.
Yet, suddenly there seem to be some questions about Ryan's future with the team. Primarily, how has his role changed and is he going to stay?
The Hall of Fame pitcher spent the last five seasons of his playing days in a Rangers uniform, getting his 300th victory, throwing the last two of his record seven no-hitters and getting...
It's how-to-act-dumb week for the two leading AL West contenders. The Los Angeles Angels started the silliness by renewing Mike Trout's contract for $20,000 over the minimum salary when they could have avoided any controversy by paying him an extra $100,000. But if the Texas Rangers lose Nolan Ryan as their CEO, they will retire the trophy for short-sightedness and deserve...
CLEARWATER, Fla. – The two ex-Rangers in the Phillies’ clubhouse, third baseman Michael Young and reliever Mike Adams, aren’t privy to the political maneuverings within their former team’s front office.
All Young and Adams know is this: If Nolan Ryan resigns as chief executive officer, as one published report recently suggested, the team’s fans will be upset.
Lance Berkman hit his first home run of spring training, helping the Texas Rangers beat the Chicago Cubs 3-2 on Wednesday.
Mitch Moreland had a run-scoring single and Ian Kinsler drove in the other run with a sacrifice fly for the Rangers, who have won three of four.
Texas starter Robbie Ross, a candidate for the fifth spot in the rotation, allowed one run on four hits with a walk...
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) -- Hisanori Takahashi knows there are no guarantees for a player who walks into major league camp with a minor league contract. That's why he's happy to fill any role for the Chicago Cubs.
Bidding for a spot in the bullpen, Takahashi started Wednesday and pitched three shaky innings in a 3-2 loss to the Texas Rangers.
The 37-year-old left-hander gave...
Rumors have continued to surround free agent Kyle Lohse and
a possible agreement with the Texas Rangers. However, one Rangers source tried
to make things as clear as possible for T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, saying Texas
is “not going to sign” Lohse.
“We are not going to sign Kyle Lohse. I can’t be clearer
Lohse was tied to the Rangers even...