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Texas Rangers right-hander Alexi Ogando is set for a minor-league rehab start after getting through a batting practice session with no issues.
Ogando was pain free Wednesday after his first live BP since going on the disabled list June 9 with right shoulder inflammation. He had a previous DL stint with right biceps tendinitis and made just one start after getting activated.
Ogando is scheduled to throw 45 pitches for Triple-A Round Rock on Saturday, and he's likely to make at least one more rehab start if he doesn't have any setbacks.
The former reliever is 4-2 with a 2.93 ERA in 10 starts. He's only made one start since May 15.
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Texas Rangers's starting pitcher Alexi Ogando, out since June 5, will make a rehab start on Saturday, July 6, for Triple-A Round Rock Express according to MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan. Ogando threw a strong bullpen session on Wednesday, and manager Ron Washington said that Ogando is doing fine. He expects Ogando to throw approximately 45 pitches on Saturday.
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Manny Ramirez will be coming back to the States on a minor league deal for the Rangers which includes the stipulation that he cut off his famous dreadlocks.
Lance Berkman is donating a fire truck to the town of West, TX. The town was the site of a explosion which took the lives of 15 people on April 17.
The town also lost several fire trucks used by its Volunteer Fire Department.
Berkman got some help from the Arlington Fire Department in locating and refurbishing a fire truck reports NBC DWF. The completed truck will presented to the...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Rangers plan to honor the city of West Saturday, but Texas designated hitter Lance Berkman is getting a head start.
Berkman will donate a fire truck to the city of West, which is recovering from a tragic explosion April 17.
The Arlington Fire Department helped locate and refurbish the fire truck, which will be presented to the city Saturday during the pregame...
Manny Ramirez said he wanted to rerun to major league baseball, I guess signing with the Texas Rangers even though it is a minor league deal is one step closer to him making his return. Ramirez isn’t going to be the answer to the Rangers problems. He won’t be the guy who takes the place of some of the big name players the Rangers have traded away. Manny Ramirez might not even...
ARLINGTON, Texas The high five gone terribly wrong continues to hamper the Texas Rangers.
Utility man Jeff Baker, who hurt his right thumb during an overzealous high five from a teammate, visited a hand specialist Monday and received a cortisone shot. Baker also has a new splint on the hand.
Baker has been on the disabled list since June 18 with a right thumb sprain. He made enough...
ARLINGTON, Texas Adrian Beltre's flair for the dramatic reached new heights Thursday. He passed The Yankee Clipper in the record books on the Fourth of July, no less and helped the Rangers snap a losing streak.
Beltre hit two home runs off Seattle starter Hisashi Iwakuma to give him 362 for his career, passing the legendary Joe DiMaggio with 361.
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In a move that is common when a player is rehabbing from an injury, the Texas Rangers have shifted Joakim Soria to Double-A for his next rehab appearance. Soria is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has not pitched at all this season or last season. The Rangers want to make sure they keep him close to home as he continues to test the elbow.
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Manny Ramirez signed a minor-league contract on Wednesday to return to North America America and play for the Texas Rangers.
The 41-year-old mercurial outfielder, who is one of the most prolific right-handed sluggers in MLB history, will work out for the team’s Triple-A affiliate before being activated in the next few days. Ramirez is a 12-time All-Star and ranks in the top-30...
Could Manny Ramirez end up back in the bigs? The Texas Rangers announced on Wednesday that they have signed the former MVP to a minor league deal. Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News first reported news of the signing and says Ramirez will report to the club’s Triple-A Round Rock affiliate. Manny will work [...]
As the all-star break approaches, the Texas Rangers are once again buyers and are in need of some help. So who do they turn to? Well according to Evan Grant of Dallas Morning News the Rangers have seek the services of Manny Ramirez who is now 41 years old and last played in the majors in 2011 with the Tampa Bay Rays. Manny has been overseas playing for...
Yes, it's true, the Rangers have signed former Red Sox, Indian, Dodger, Ray and White Sox outfielder Manny Ramirez. It is a move that sent shock waves through the MLB media and rightfully so. Ramirez was thought to be done in the MLB after he went overseas and signed with a team in Taiwan.
The Rangers signed Manny Ramirez to a minor-league deal, according to Evan Grant of...
The answer to that one is a resounding “YES”!! Only it won’t be the Manny who batted .396 with 17 homers and 53 RBI’s for the Dodgers five seasons ago. THAT hitter is a figment of Jon Daniels’ overheated imagination. The 41 year old has-been will more closely resemble the scrub who struck out 23 times in 69 official at-bats for the White Sox in 2010—with no power...
Manny Ramirez appeared to be done. After two drug suspensions and some well documented issues of "Manny being Manny" he looked like the Terrell Owens of baseball--immense talent but no one wants him because he's too much trouble.
The Texas Rangers have decided to give the 41-year old former slugger another shot at the...
Kendrys Morales homered twice and tied a career high with six RBIs to lead the Seattle Mariners past the Texas Rangers 9-2 on Tuesday night.
Morales had a solo home run in the first and a three-run shot in the fifth off rookie Justin Grimm. The switch-hitter added a two-run single in the sixth to help Seattle win for the first time at Texas this season.
Joe Saunders (6-8) won for...