Texas Rangers’ Offense Doing Fine Without Nelson Cruz

Jurickson Profar

Less then two weeks ago, the Texas Rangers were six games behind the Oakland A’s for first place in the American League West. The Rangers didn’t trade for a bat at the deadline while fans sat around in bewilderment. After […]

Texas Rangers: Life Without Nelson Cruz Starts Now

Nelson Cruz

On Monday, the Texas Rangers finally received confirmation of what they had been fearing all season; Nelson Cruz will be suspended for 50 games due to his participation in the Biogenesis scandal. It had been speculated for a long time […]

Texas Rangers In Good Shape Despite Loss

Matt Garza

Coming into Saturday’s game against the Oakland Athletics, the Texas Rangers had a five-game winning streak. The five-game streak was the tied for the longest of the season for Texas. During the streak, Texas had crawled back from a six-game […]

Texas Rangers’ Manager Ron Washington Reaches Milestone

Ron Washington

On Friday night against the Oakland A’s, Ron Washington tied Bobby Valentine for the most wins as the manager of the Texas Rangers. With the 8-3 win over the A’s, Washington now has 581 wins as the skipper. Valentine, the […]

Are Texas Rangers Justified in Not Adding Another Bat?

Adrian Beltre

Coming into this week, it was almost a certainty that the Texas Rangers would try to add another bat to this struggling lineup. The Rangers and their fans are anxiously waiting news on whether or not Nelson Cruz is going […]

Matt Garza Gives Texas Rangers More Than Bargained For In Debut

Matt Garza

When the Texas Rangers started the season, nobody could foresee the possibility they would be desperately trying to acquire a starting pitcher before the trade deadline. With a starting rotation of Yu Darvish, Derek Holland, Colby Lewis, Matt Harrison and Alexi […]

Texas Rangers: Despite Loss, Fans Should be Optimistic

Alexi Ogando

After an impressive outing on Monday night against the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers fans seemed to have backed away from the edge of the cliff. Just a few hours prior to Yu Darvish shutting down the Yankees in a 3-0 win, word came […]

Texas Rangers: Saturday Night Proves Why They Must Add Another Pitcher

Ross Wolf

Saturday night was another prime example of why the Texas Rangers must add another starting pitcher to the rotation for the stretch run of the MLB season. While another bat in the line-up is a necessity for Texas, manager Ron Washington must have another reliable pitcher he can […]

Texas Rangers: Adding A Bat Must Be Priority Before Trade Deadline

Jurickson Profar

Reports starting surfacing on Friday that the Texas Rangers and the Chicago Cubs are nearing a deal that would send Matt Garza from Chicago to the Rangers. The big right-handed pitcher could help solidify a rotation that has had to […]

New York Yankees’ Mariano Rivera Steals All-Star Game Spotlight

Mariano Rivera

The 84th MLB All-Star game came and went with very few wow moments. The American League was trying to get back to the winning ways after losing three straight to the National League, including an 8-0 shutout last year. Prior the three straight losses, the AL […]

Fixing the MLB All-Star Game and Festivities

Citi Field

We, as a society, are always evolving. Whether it’s with technology or something else, we have evolved. The things that kept kids attention 20 years ago will not hold the attention today. Video games, DVD players, iPads and other technological […]

Tim Lincecum Sets All Kinds of Marks While Tossing First Career No-Hitter

Tim Lincecum

It wasn’t perfect, but it was close enough. Tim Lincecum tossed his first career no-hitter on Saturday night in a 9-0 San Francisco Giants win over the San Diego Padres. Lincecum scattered four walks throughout the evening on the way […]