Texas Rangers Rumors: Trade for Chris Sale Brewing With Chicago White Sox?

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It seems like the Texas Rangers have been linked to every big-name pitcher in all of MLB in trade rumors over the past few weeks, but now there are multiples reasons to believe the AL powerhouse is after Chicago White […]

Cliff Lee’s No-Trade Clause Will Prevent Deal for Texas Rangers

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The trade that brought Cliff Lee to the Texas Rangers in 2010 worked out well for all parties involved that year as it resulted in the club’s first trip to the World Series. However, Lee absolutely choked in the Fall […]

Texas Rangers Rumors, Targets as 2013 MLB Trade Deadline Nears

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Nelson Cruz’s 2013 MLB All-Star Selection Will be Tainted if Suspended for PEDs

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Had Texas Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz caught that fly ball in right field to win Game 6 of the 2010 World Series, he could rob a bank in downtown Arlington and baseball fans in the Dallas-Forth Worth area wouldn’t so […]

Rangers vs. Yankees: Jurickson Profar, Engel Beltre’s Starts Will Create More Questions

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The Texas Rangers are on somewhat of a hot streak, having won seven of their last nine games, including an 8-5 win over the New York Yankees in the Big Apple on Wednesday night. That contest marked the first time […]

Texas Rangers Ready to Contend After Turnaround With Ian Kinsler Leading the Way

MLB: Texas Rangers at St. Louis Cardinals

You’ll find it difficult to convince a Texas Rangers fan the fact the team’s turnaround happened in St. Louis was a coincidence. If there’s one thing the baseball world has learned since 2010 — the Rangers’ first trip to the […]

Roger Clemens’ Son Kacy Clemens Drafted by Houston Astros, Opts for Texas Longhorns

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Yet another member of the Clemens family was drafted by the Houston Astros and will play for the Texas Longhorns. Seven-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Roger Clemens‘ third son, Kacy Clemens, was drafted by the Astros in the 35th round […]

Tom Ricketts: Chicago Cubs Could Leave Wrigley Field

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Baseball blasphemy has been spoken by Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts. At the City Club of Chicago on Wednesday, Ricketts said if the Cubs are not able to add a 6,000-square-foot video board in the outfield at Wrigley Field, he […]

Bryce Harper Goes 4-5 With Flu in Washington Nationals’ Win Over Miami Marlins

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There’s definitely something special about Washington Nationals sophomore sensation Bryce Harper. The No. 1 overall pick in 2010 is on an absolute tear after earning All-Star honors as a rookie and is well on pace to winning the NL MVP […]

Carlos Quentin Drops Suspension Appeal, Should Never Have Resisted

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are still without prize free agent pitcher Zack Greinke and will be for the next month and a half, so they were upset to begin with when San Diego Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin only received an eight-game […]

Don Mattingly is Exactly Right About Suspension for Carlos Quentin After Brawl With Zack Greinke

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Carlos Quentin is a disgrace to baseball. He’s an idiot and should be punished for his childish behavior that resulted in a brawl during the San Diego Padres‘ 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday. The pitch from […]

Texas Rangers Make the Right Call in Signing Elvis Andrus to Contract Extension

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The debate as to what the Texas Rangers wanted to do regarding their crowded infield was settled in the wee hours of Monday morning when the team signed shortstop Elvis Andrus to an eight-year, $120 million contract extension. At least […]