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The Texas Rangers hired Dave Magadan to be their hitting coach, ESPN Dallas reported Friday. Magadan had been the Boston Red Sox hitting coach since 2006. He had an option for next season, but the club gave him permission to pursue jobs with other teams. The Rangers reassigned Scott Coolbaugh to another position in the organization. General manager Jon Daniels said the club would have kept Coolbaugh as hitting coach if Magadan had turned down the job. "We feel like we've strengthened our big league club and our whole organization by bringing in one of the best," Daniels said. "We think Scott is an asset to the organization and talented and belongs here with the Rangers. We just felt like we had a chance to get one of the best in the business." The Rangers were first in the American League with 808 runs scored and fourth with 200 home runs. They were also third in on-base percentage and second in slugging percentage. The Rangers batted .273, just one p...
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The Texas Rangers have hired Dave Magadan as their new hitting coach.
Magadan will replace Scott Coolbaugh, who has been the team's hitting coach for the last 1 seasons. Coolbaugh will be offered a job within the organization.
Texas general manager Jon Daniels said last week the club was still deciding the status of its big-league coaching staff.
Magadan had been the Boston...
Texas Rangers right-hander Mike Adams underwent successful surgery for his neck injury, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, on Thursday, reports Anthony
Andro of FOXSportsSouthWest.com.
Rangers reliever Mike Adams had successful surgery for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Thursday.
— Anthony Andro (@aandro) October 19, 2012
Adams has been hampered by the injury, which is basically...
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After six seasons with the Red Sox, Dave Magadan has moved on.
On the heels of Bobby Valentine's firing, the hitting coach accepted the same position with the Rangers on Friday night. And his addition to the Texas coaching staff is bound to improve the club's hitting.Under his tutelage, the Red Sox evolved into one of the most feared lineups in the majors. Even without David...
After a disappointing 69-win season, the Red Sox' coaching staff was bound to change.
Boston fired manager Bobby Valentine on Oct. 4, and on Friday, Red Sox hitting coach Dave Magadan said that he has been hired by the Texas Rangers for the same position, first reported by Rob Bradford of WEEI. The hiring was officially announced by the Rangers hours later. ...
Dave Magadan batted .282 with a .391 OBP in seven seasons with the Mets.
The Texas Rangers have dismissed hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh and hired Dave Magadan away from the Boston Red Sox.
Magadan had been the Red Sox hitting coach for six years, beginning in 2007 when they won the World Series. The Red Sox, who are in the process of looking for a manager, held an option on Magadan...
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