Texas Rangers: 5 Players the Team Could Sever Ties With This Offseason

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Ian Kinsler blasts Jon Daniels, Texas Rangers

Opinions about the Texas Rangers and their president/general manager, Jon Daniels, are as diverse as the players on the team’s roster. Of course, those opinions don’t surface to the public until those players are no longer with the team and […]

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MLB: MLB:Media Day-Cactus League

The Texas Rangers have grown up a lot over the past thirty years, especially in the last five years. Including their past life as the Washington Senators, the Rangers have had 23 managers in 47 years. That’s an awful lot […]

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Russell Wilson

In case you’ve been living under a SportsCenter-free rock as of late, Russell Wilson is going to attend Spring Training with the Texas Rangers. But wait, there’s more! According to Richard Durrett of ESPN, Wilson will not only attend the Rangers’ […]

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Ron Washington contract extension Texas Rangers 2015

After seven years as the manager of the Texas Rangers, Ron Washington got a contract extension before the 2014 MLB season. Well, sort of. One year was tacked onto Washington’s expiring contract, which will keep him in Arlington through the […]

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Nelson Cruz

Erstwhile Texas Rangers‘ right fielder Nelson Cruz took a 30 percent pay-cut to sign a one-year deal with the Baltimore Orioles. Why did Cruz leave $6 million on the table in Arlington for a same-length contract in another city halfway […]

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J.P. Arencibia, Texas Rangers, Spring Training

The Texas Rangers are in Surprise, Ariz. to begin their preparations for the 2014 season. While there, the Rangers and their fans will be getting familiar with some new additions to last year’s team. One of the new faces will […]

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Derek Holland, Texas Rangers, Spring Training

The Texas Rangers are getting prepared for the 2014 season hoping that this might be the year they get back to the World Series. Those World Series hopes took a major hit before the Rangers even got to Surprise, Ariz. […]

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Texas Rangers' DH Mitch Moreland

In an 11th-hour deal, the Texas Rangers agreed to terms with erstwhile first baseman and current designated hitter Mitch Moreland, avoiding salary arbitration; the one-year contract is worth $2.65 million. In so doing, the Rangers avoided an arbitration hearing (which […]

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