5 Reasons Prince Fielder Will Dominate With Texas Rangers

TEXAS RANGERS

Adrian Beltre

In games as close as the one between the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics, it is usually impossible to overcome not only an error that lead to two runs, but also a miserable failed attempt at a sacrifice squeeze in the top […]

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Joakim Soria

The first month of MLB play is probably the most misleading month of the entire season. Time and time again, fans of many teams are let down once the calendar turns to May. For the Seattle Mariners, they are hoping […]

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Nick Martinez

Reliever Neal Cotts had first baseman James Looney dead to rights at 1-2. But instead of finishing the job, Cotts gave up a two-run double. That wound up being the difference in a 5-4 Tampa Bay Rays‘ win over the […]

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Rangers v Phillies

The initial Dollar Hot Dog Night of the 2014 season also featured, for the second consecutive game, a walk-off win for the Texas Rangers. Once again, the team fell behind early to the visiting Philadelphia Phillies. Fill-in starter Robbie Ross […]

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Texas Rangers opening day mlb 2014

The final score looked more like a low-scoring football game as the Philadelphia Phillies topped the Texas Rangers 14-10 in Arlington on Opening Day in front of nearly 50,000 fans. That final tally also looks funny considering Texas won almost […]

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Rickie Weeks Milwaukee Brewers

With the Texas Rangers losing second baseman Jurickson Profar for at least 10-12 weeks with a muscle tear in his shoulder, Milwaukee Brewers‘ Rickie Weeks is now on their radar. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Brewers’ beat reporter Tom Haudricourt tweeted that […]

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Yu Darvish scratch 2014 mlb opening day

On Tuesday, the Texas Rangers officially scratched right-handed ace Yu Darvish from his scheduled Opening Day assignment against the Philadelphia Phillies on March 31. Darvish hasn’t pitched in nearly a week due to a stiff neck and he will now […]

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