The Texas Rangers offense has been cold lately, but second baseman Rougned Odor's rough start has to beginning to concern fans.
The Texas Rangers are riding high after a 4-game series sweep of the Kansas City Royals. Now, they get set to face the Minnesota Twins starting tonight in Arlington.
The Texas Rangers move to third place in the American League West and one game below .500 after a four game series sweep of the Kansas City Royals.
There should have been a bronze statue—outside of the stadium, with that inimitable follow-through and a small note about the home run that brought a title to Texas. It would tell so much, and yet not come close to getting it all.
Despite a lot of doom and gloom in the early going, the Texas Rangers found much needed momentum in sweeping the struggling Royals.
The Texas Rangers have swept the Kansas City Royals. For the first time.
The great thing about baseball season is that, in the span of 4 days, a team can completely change their stripes. On Wednesday afternoon, we wrote about a team that was heading home having lost their fifth game in six days.
The Texas Rangers lost Mike Hauschild on waivers Saturday. The Rule-5 pick leaves Arlington, but what does that mean for the Rangers?
It's not supposed to be 55 degrees in April in Arlington. Spot starters aren't supposed to take no-hitters into the 6th inning.
The Texas Rangers are searching for a new closer after Same Dyson's collapse. Could Keone Kela be the next closer in Arlington?