Found February 12, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Josh Hamilton
TEAMS: Texas Rangers
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Video: Derek Holland does Dallas weather

You might remember Texas Rangers pitcher Derek Holland from his Harry Caray impersonation during last year's World Series. Or, it's possible you remember his nasty looking Dutchstache. Well, he's a man of any talents. But, giving us the weather is not one of them. Holland stopped into the studio at WFAA News 8 in Dallas-Fort Worth and made a guest appearance with...

Hamilton, Napoli, or Other?

Over the weekend, the Rangers and their breakout acquisition of 2012, catcher Mike Napoli, avoided arbitration with a one-year, $9.4 million contract for 2012. The Rangers and Napoli were reportedly discussing a multi-year deal prior to this agreement, and by getting this deal out of the way, they can continue to do so without an arbitration hearing looming. With Napoli now signed...

The Baseball Show: Hamilton, Memoribilia, Mickey Mantle Racing Limousines and more!

Business is about to pick up in the sport of baseball, and business picked up last night on The Baseball Show, Clint Evans of Diamond Hoggers and M.J. Lloyd of Off-Base Percentage and Halo Hangout discussed the following with me: -The latest chapter in the Josh Hamilton relapse saga -M.J. tells a Mickey Mantle story about racing a limousine -We talk memorabilia, baseball cards,...

Rangers pitcher Derek Holland is really excited to give the local weather report

Pitchers and catchers are preparing to report for Spring Training, which means baseball players flooding the friendly weather conditions of Florida and Arizona before the season begins.  But before departing for Spring Training, Rangers pitcher Derek Holland got the opportunity to give the local forecast with WFAA in Dallas.  Holland's excitement about the weather is admirable...

Everyone's Perfect: What Yu Darvish Represents by Eriq Gardner

Readers, It is my pleasure today to welcome Eriq Gardner to the Baseball Prospectus Fantasy staff! You may recognize Eriq from his work at The Hardball Times Fantasy, Bloomberg Fantasy, or his blog, Fantasy Ball Junkie. Eriq is one of the sharpest fantasy minds I know, and I hope that his unique brand of writing helps you find new ways of thinking about the game and ultimately...

Would you look at Derek Holland!

Apropos to nothing, here's the Texas Rangers' lefty, mustached man-child, Derek Holland, fulfilling a lifetime dream -- doing the weather: I hope my friends in Dallas are okay after the six-feet of rain they had this past weekend. [D4L fist pound to Hot Clicks]

Texas Rangers Pitcher Derek Holland Gives Solid Effort At Being a Weatherman

<a href="" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="Texas Rangers pitcher Derek Holland (the Dutch Oven) tries his hand at being a weatherman for the day, and we are pretty pleased with his performance. He even gives his best Harry Carey impression. You have to give him an "A" for effort. via Hot Clicks"...

Source: Rangers, Napoli agree on one-year deal

(AP) -- Catcher Mike Napoli and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a $9.4 million, one-year contract and avoided a salary arbitration hearing.

Texas Rangers, Mike Napoli finalize deal | Baseball

Catcher Mike Napoli, 30, and the Texas Rangers finalized a $9.4 million, one-year contract to avoid a salary-arbitration hearing. He set career highs last season by hitting .320 with 30 homers.

Mike Napoli, Rangers avoid arbitration by agreeing to one-year deal

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Weekend Video: Texas Rangers Derek Holland’s Weather Report

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