On Monday, MLB released the 2020 abbreviated schedule as the club will try to play a sixty game season. There were a few things that stuck out like how many night games or how many road trips would the Rangers take.
The Rangers began spring training 2.0 over the weekend at Globe Life Field in Arlington. They got things going with workouts and instrasquad games. Coming into camp, the organization was very confident in where the pitchers were coming into camp and the early returns have been as advertised.
Sunday was the third day of Summer Camp for the Rangers, but the first intrasquad game. It was the first time guys would run the bases and play defense in an atmosphere that felt normal (excluding crowd noise).
With the sixty game 2020 MLB season planned to get going this month, players will be getting their full pro-rated salaries for those games. A lot of players will lose plenty of money just from this alone, but the players set to become free agents this winter have to just be shaking their heads at […]
Summer Camp, Spring Training 2.0, or whatever you want to call the next twenty days, starts on Friday. Most Rangers have arrived in the Arlington area to get the 2020 season underway, but with some eerie feelings.
After learning multiple co-workers at Globe Life Field have tested positive for the coronavirus, one Texas Rangers employee told ESPN's Jeff Passan, "we are terrified for our safety" while working in the team's offices.
The Rangers on Friday released left-hander Brian Flynn, MLBTR has learned. The former Royals southpaw had been in Spring Training on a minor league deal but apparently won’t land a spot on Texas’ 60-man player pool.
Whether fans are permitted in stadiums or not is ultimately a decision for teams and local authorities. With that in mind, it was reported on Wednesday that several teams are looking into the possibility of hosting some fans.
According to Texas Senator John Cornyn, the issue is that teams such as the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, MLB’s Texas Rangers and NBA’s Dallas Mavericks are worried about the legal ramifications of playing during the pandemic.